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Women's group from St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church in Altadena California
Hawkins, J. Allen
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Pasadena Museum of History
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Pasadena Museum of History
Pasadena Museum of History
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This is a group portait of a women's group from St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church on North Lake Street in Altadena, California. The phtograph was taken on the afternoon of March 28, 1946. The ladies are standing on the front steps of the church. They are all dressed in coats, dresses, many are wearing hats, gloves and holding handbags.
Saint Elizabeth’s Church (Altadena, Calif.)
Portraits, Group--California--Altadena
Women's clothing--California--Altadena

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