Inter-American Messanger / Mensajero Interamericano

(1927–1973; monthly, then quarterly; Spanish). Organ of the Inter-American Division for its Spanish-speaking members until 1974, when it was replaced by the Spanish edition of the world Review and Herald, La Revista Adventista, in a special monthly edition for the Inter-American Division. The Spanish-speaking members of the division also receive the monthly, four-page Chispazos de Interamerica. The Mensajero Interamericano was nearly a duplicate of the English Inter-American Messenger, as seemed advisable. Beginning with the February 1937 issue, the Mensajero adopted the same volume and number as that of the Messenger. The translating and printing of the Mensajero were done at the Pacific Press Branch in the Canal Zone until 1948, when the printing was given to the press at Antillian Jun...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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