Excerpt: "The goal of this chapter is to show how Woodworth-Etter and McPherson constructed visual representations of themselves as ministers. It begins by discussing how male ministers projected power through dress, and then examines how female ministers negotiated their outward appearance in response to male attire. Then, this chapter demonstrates how Woodworth-Etter and McPherson aimed not to give a female version of male attire, but to give a visual representation of the biblical women that they claimed to be."
Payne, Leah, "“Pants Don’t Make Preachers”: The Image of a Female Pentecostal Minister (Chapter Three of Gender and Pentecostal Revivalism: Making a Female Ministry in the Early Twentieth Century)" (2015). Faculty Publications - Portland Seminary. 151.