Small Collection 040 Ephemera of Homer Hammontree
Scope and Contents
Photographs of Homer Hammontree, 1901 report card, article on his ordination, obituaries, and letter written about him after his death by Howard Hermansen and Paul Beckwith, which includes a tribute by Wilbur M. Smith.
- Created: 1901-1965
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There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.
Musician, evangelist; born March 3, 1884; attended Moody Bible Institute; served as Mel Trotter's song leader and toured U.S. Army camps during World War I and II; continued to work with Trotter and also Billy Sunday and Homer Rodeheaver; served as head of music department at Moody Bible Institute, 1936-1942; received honorary doctor of Divinity degree from Maryville College, 1942; died, 1965.
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The materials in this collection were given to the Billy Graham Center Archives by Homer Hammontree's niece Mary Ruth Brown in March 1979.
- Small Collection 040 Ephemera of Homer Hammontree
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