Beach house where Aimee Semple McPherson stayed while recuperating, Malibu, 1930
- Beach house where Aimee Semple McPherson stayed while recuperating, Malibu, 1930
- Date Created
- [circa August, 1930]
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
A similar photograph of the same cottage appears with the articles, "MOTHER DENIES BLINDNESS OF 'SISTER' M'PHERSON: Broken-Nosed Parent Requests Her Daughter to Appear at Temple; Facial Liftings in Spotlight," Los Angeles Times, 20 Aug. 1930: A1, and "'MA' KENNEDY TELLS OF BLOW: Nose Broken by Daughter in Fight, Says Mother History of Angelus Temple Conflict Exposed Row Over Woman Declared to Have Been Climax," Los Angeles Times, 20 Aug. 1930: A1
A similar photograph of the same cottage appears with the caption, “Followers Offer Supplications for Evangelist's Recovery Left--The beach cottage where Mrs. McPherson is in seclusion. Center--Photograph of the evangelist and her mother taken last Christmas when peace reigned. Right--Followers of Mrs. McPherson praying for her recovery,” Los Angeles Times, 20 Aug. 1930: A2
A similar photograph of the same cottage appears in a mini-photo spread titled, "Central Figures in New Affair Rending Angelus Temple," Los Angeles Times, 20 Aug. 1930: A2
A beach house stands in the near distance at center. It is viewed at an angle from the rear and the side. Awnings hang over the windows that line the structure. Two cars are parked to the right side of the cottage. Behind and to the left of the cottage, another beach house is under construction. A mountainside rises in the background and sand stretches across the foreground.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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