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Salem Publishing House, [[Inman (Kansas, USA)|Inman]], [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]], was owned and operated 1934-58 by the J. H. Klassen family, members of the [[Krimmer Mennonite Brethren|Krimmer Mennonite Brethren]]. It printed several Mennonite church papers, such as the <em>Wahrheitsfreund</em>, <em>[[Christian Witness (Periodical)|Christian Witness]]</em>, <em>Zion's Tidings</em>, and [[Gospel Tidings (Periodical)|&lt;em&gt;Gospel Tidings&lt;/em&gt;]], and also the <em>Sower</em> for the Northern Bible Society of Duluth, MN. They also did binding and rebinding of worn Bibles. The firm had its beginning in a low one-room building, but later acquired a brick and tile building, 35 x 100 ft, with a stock room and a small retail bookstore. In 1958 this firm changed its name to The Klassen Bookbindery and sold its printing equipment and bookstore. It still rebinds worn Bibles as a hobby.
 
Salem Publishing House, [[Inman (Kansas, USA)|Inman]], [[Kansas (USA)|Kansas]], was owned and operated 1934-58 by the J. H. Klassen family, members of the [[Krimmer Mennonite Brethren|Krimmer Mennonite Brethren]]. It printed several Mennonite church papers, such as the <em>Wahrheitsfreund</em>, <em>[[Christian Witness (Periodical)|Christian Witness]]</em>, <em>Zion's Tidings</em>, and [[Gospel Tidings (Periodical)|&lt;em&gt;Gospel Tidings&lt;/em&gt;]], and also the <em>Sower</em> for the Northern Bible Society of Duluth, MN. They also did binding and rebinding of worn Bibles. The firm had its beginning in a low one-room building, but later acquired a brick and tile building, 35 x 100 ft, with a stock room and a small retail bookstore. In 1958 this firm changed its name to The Klassen Bookbindery and sold its printing equipment and bookstore. It still rebinds worn Bibles as a hobby.
 
 
 
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Salem Publishing House, Inman, Kansas, was owned and operated 1934-58 by the J. H. Klassen family, members of the Krimmer Mennonite Brethren. It printed several Mennonite church papers, such as the Wahrheitsfreund, Christian Witness, Zion's Tidings, and <em>Gospel Tidings</em>, and also the Sower for the Northern Bible Society of Duluth, MN. They also did binding and rebinding of worn Bibles. The firm had its beginning in a low one-room building, but later acquired a brick and tile building, 35 x 100 ft, with a stock room and a small retail bookstore. In 1958 this firm changed its name to The Klassen Bookbindery and sold its printing equipment and bookstore. It still rebinds worn Bibles as a hobby.


Author(s) J. H Klassen
Date Published 1959


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Klassen, J. H. "Salem Publishing House (Inman, Kansas, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1959. Web. 20 Dec 2014. http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Salem_Publishing_House_(Inman,_Kansas,_USA)&oldid=77365.

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Klassen, J. H. (1959). Salem Publishing House (Inman, Kansas, USA). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 20 December 2014, from http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Salem_Publishing_House_(Inman,_Kansas,_USA)&oldid=77365.




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