A newspaper article published by The Sun newspaper in Sydney, Australia, on August, 3rd, 1926. The article is interesting in that it credits Gypsy Smith's evangelical campaign in Australia with expanding the radio network in the country. According to the article, radio sets were installed in over 100 churches in the country to enable worshippers to listen to Gypsy's addresses. Careful reading also suggests that the writer of the article was perhaps not quite as taken by Gypsy's evangelical campaign as many of his countrymen and women.
The Sun newspaper closed in 1988.
This article is part of a small archive of objects in connection with Gypsy Smith in the museum's collection. See also a selection of other documents and photographs from the Gypsy Smith archive in the Online Collection.