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Peoples Temple Collection; Box 28, Virtual Item 6, Q1053-Pt.4- San Francisco sermon

 Digital Record
Identifier: ms-0183_28.06


  • Digitized: 1973


Summary Note

This address by Jim Jones to his congregation in San Francisco during the summer of 1973 has many elements of his quasi-religious, quasi-political, quasi-social message. He speaks of the racism in the U.S. that will not die. He speaks of the capitalist society that will never let the black man Full summary of the recording available at Alternative Considerations of Jonestown website, along with the tape transcript.

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Physical Description Note

Original audio cassette tape recording digitized and made available as .mp3 audio file.

Publisher Note

Publisher: The Jonestown Institute

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections & University Archives Repository

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