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WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY
CHARLES T. RUSSELL, PRESIDENT
“BROOKLYN TABERNACLE,” 13-17 HICKS ST.,
BROOKLYN, N. Y., U. S. A.
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LITERATURE FOR THE BLIND
Requests for Bible literature for the Blind should be sent direct to Gould Free Library for the Blind, South Boston, Mass. It has for loaning the six volumes of STUDIES in English Braille; also Vols. I. and II. in New York Point, and Vol. I. in American Braille. Besides this, there are translated and ready to loan, many of the booklets issued by our Society, as well as special sermons.
When returning books or pamphlets for the Blind, please return them direct to the Gould Library. The Post-Office will handle them without postage if the package is plainly marked, “Literature for the Blind, Postage Free.”
I.B.S.A. BEREAN BIBLE STUDIES FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST
Questions from Manual on Series Second of “STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES”
STUDY IV., V.
Week of August 2 . . . . Q. 52 to 57
Week of August 9 . . . . Q. 58 to 63
Week of August 16 . . . Q. 64 to 68
Week of August 23 . . . . .Q. 1 to 6
Week of August 30 . . . .Q. 7 to 12
Question Manuals on Vol. II., STUDIES IN THE SCRIPTURES, 5c. each, or 50c. per dozen, postpaid.
— July 15, 1914 —