Religion: Northfield

Northfield, Mass., synonym for Dwight L. Moody, gives shelter to one conference after another. Its most famous "General Conference" closed last week. Said one Jessie Donahue, acting as special correspondent of the Boston Transcript:

"Taken in connection with a locale such as Northfield offers, with its gently undulating stretches of greensward, its wooded hills and the blue mountain heights which rise in the distance, such a conference cannot but have a lasting value too great to be measured."

The Conference was opened by William R. Moody, son of the great Evangelist. Northfield,...

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