Reverend Elsie Peters demonstrates how she communicates during services to the deaf members of the church, Los Angeles, 1936
- Reverend Elsie Peters demonstrates how she communicates during services to the deaf members of the church, Los Angeles, 1936
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- January 19, 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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Photograph appears with the article, "Signs Used For Prayer," Los Angeles Times, 19 Jan 1936: A1.
Mrs. Elsie Peters and her husband Grover W. are the founders and pastors of a church for the deaf, mute and blind. The churchgoers of the Peters' church can either understand through sign language, reading lips or feeling the hands of the person interpreting the sermons and songs.
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- b&w nitrate negative
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