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Periodical: The Gleaner

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Gleaner, The
A Magazine Devoted to the Science of Practical Christianity / A Magazine Devoted to the Study of Truth and its Application to the Needs of the Individual.
The New Thought of Man. The Larger Thought of God
Other titles: W. John Murray’s Magazine
1911-1927 Monthly
New York, NY. Publisher: The Church of the Healing Christ; Divine Science Publishing Company. Editor: Rev. W. John Murray, founder and editor.
1/1, 1911-1927. 32 pp., $1.50 a year.

Murray (1865-1925) was a disciple of Nona Brooks’ Divine Science and the founder of the Church of the Healing Christ in New York (which held weekly services in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan). He was succeeded in the pulpit by Harry Gaze and then Emmet Fox. Noted in The American Rosae Crucis, 1916, in the exchanges of The Master Mind, 1918, and in William C. Hartmann’s Who’s Who in Occult, Psychic and Spiritual Realms (1925). NYPL; Wilmington University; University of Massachusetts, Amherst; McGill University; St. Andrews University.

Issues:Gleaner V4 1912-1913
Gleaner V5 1914-1914
Gleaner V6 1914-1915
Gleaner V9 1917-1918
Gleaner V10 1918-1919
Gleaner V11 1919-1920
Gleaner V12 1920-1921
Gleaner V13 1921-1922

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