Friday, June 24, 2016

We need some help with this

A Witness newsletter from Baltimore, 1935. We're told that this was put out by Anton Koerber and that Rutherford objected. It was stopped shortly afterward. We cannot verify this. It is too big for my scanner, so part of it is missing. What can you tell me?

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1 comment:

jerome said...

I cannot give you chapter and verse at this time of writing, but there were a number of individual newsletters put out regularly by different companies in the early 1930s. When Bulletin changed its name to Director in late 1935, one of the stated reasons was to firm up a united approach to the work at hand. So while companies might still produce leaflets outlining meeting points for meetings and reaching the public, anything more elaborate with instructions would be found in Director and its successor Informant.