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NEWEST CHURCH IS CONSECRATED
Episcopalians Hold Services in Beautiful Edifice Choir of Sixty Voices Sings at St. John's Opening Building Result of Efforts of Dr. George Davidson
|Publication:||Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File)
- Los Angeles, Calif.
|Date:||Dec 22, 1924
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
St. John's Episcopal Church, one of the most beautiful and costly edifices in the country, was dedicated at services yesterday morning with many visiting clergy assisting Rev. George Davidson, the rector. The church, on West Adams street, near Figueroa street, was...
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