Reverend George A. Warmer Jr., Ruby Wilcox, and Naomi Lemon stand in front of their former church which they were converting into a parsonage, Burbank, 1935
- Reverend George A. Warmer Jr., Ruby Wilcox, and Naomi Lemon stand in front of their former church which they were converting into a parsonage, Burbank, 1935
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- August 28, 1935
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This photograph appears with the article, "Church Turned Into Parsonage: Pastor and His Flock Do Their Own Building," Los Angeles Times, 30 Aug. 1935: 6.
Reverend George A. Warmer Jr., pastor of the Magnolia Park Community Church and two members of his church, Ruby Wilcox and Naomi Lemon stand in front of their former church which they were converting into a parsonage. One woman stands on a plank of wood leading into the building. The Reverend and the other woman stand in a doorway. Debris from the construction is scattered on the ground and the inside of the building, which has been taken down to the studs, is visible.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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