Advertisement for an exhibition at First Baptist Church entitled "Devil's Kitchen." See also Frank D. Cain, Jr. MSS Collection.
"As a traveling speaker, the reverend H. Charles Pope of Washington, D.C., acquired national renown by electrifying his audiences with tales of devilish trickery and holy redemption. Pope illustrated his colorful medley of racial uplift and religious lectures with a stereopticon - a machine that projected still images on a large canvas." [Caddoo, Cara. "Put Together to Please a Colored Audience": Black Churches, Motion Pictures, and Migration at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, The Journal of American History, Dec. 2014]