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E. J. Pace


Otterbein Aegis (1901-05)
Naimbag a' Damag (1907-10)
Our Foreign Missionary Enterprise (1908)
The History of the Woman's Missionary Association of the United Brethren in Christ (1910)
The Watchword (1906-1917)
The Religious Telescope (1911-17)
Six Decades: 1855-1915, the Annual Report of the U. B. Foreign Missionary Society (1914-1915)
1915 Yearbook of the United Brethren in Christ
The Sunday School Times (1916-1944)
Moody Monthly cartoons (1917-1931)
The Victorious Life (1918)
The Law of the Octave in the World and in the Word (1922)
Christian Cartoons (1922)
Settling the Big Question (1923)
Seven Questions in Dispute (1924)
Pictures That Talk, series one (1929)
Pictures That Talk, series two (1929)
Life Begins At...? (1936)
Talking Object Lessons (1942)
From Death Unto Life (1943)
The Higher Way: How to be Filled with the Spirit (1946)


This illustration appeared in The Religious Telescope on 28 August, 1912.  It was reprinted the following year in The Watchword, also published by United Brethren Publishing in Dayton, Ohio.  Nationalism was not an unusual theme for E. J. Pace, but it was usually qualified by a Scriptural reference(s).  This 'secular' cartoon was also reprinted in a number of newspapers (Hearst Syndicate, most likely) and other journals across the United States, but Pace could not be induced to work directly for secular publishers, despite strong monetary enticements.