Descendants of Swedish Pentecostal Missionary to South America Deposit Rare Books and Periodicals at FPHC

Fredrikson

Descendants of Carlos R. Fredrikson, the pioneer Swedish missionary to South America, have deposited 90 pounds of rare Pentecostal publications in Swedish and Spanish at the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center.

The shipping container (sent from Sweden and pictured above) included Pentecostal hymnals and books in Swedish and Spanish, photographs, and periodicals published by Swedish missionaries in Chile and Argentina. Periodical runs include: El Heraldo Pentecostal, 1934-1939 (published by Carlos R. Fredrikson in Buenos Aires, Argentina); El Heraldo de Paz, 1939-1940 (published by Otto Nelson in Buenos Aires, Argentina); and El Clamor, 1953-1989 (published by Iglesias Evangélicas Asamblea de Dios Autónoma de Chile).

Do you have Pentecostal historical materials that should be preserved? Please consider depositing these materials at the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center (FPHC). The FPHC, located in the Assemblies of God national offices, is the largest Pentecostal archive in the world. We would like to preserve and make your treasures accessible to those who write the history books.

Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center
1445 North Boonville Avenue
Springfield, Missouri 65802 USA
Phone: 417.862.1447 ext. 4400
Toll Free: 877.840.5200
Website: http://www.iFPHC.org
Email: archives@ag.org

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One response to “Descendants of Swedish Pentecostal Missionary to South America Deposit Rare Books and Periodicals at FPHC

  1. Osvaldo Pupillo

    Pastor Carlos R. Fredrikson named Rev. Marcos Mazzucco, as pastor at Isla Maciel’s Church in Argentina. Later, Bro. Mazzucco was the pioneer and founder of the Church of God in Argentina.

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