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Photograph shows the exterior of the First Presbyterian Church in San Jose, California. The First Presbyterian Church was originally a wooden church located on North Second Street in San Jose. The wooden church existed from 1851 to 1863, when a brick church was built in its place. The 1863 brick church stood until the earthquake of 1906 demolished it. A new building, located 48 North Third Street, was completed in 1908. In the early 1970s, this church was demolished and a not-for-profit apartment building was built in its place. Today the First Presbyterian Church is located at 49 North Fourth Street in San Jose. From "History celebrating 150 years: First Presbyterian Church, San Jose" http://www.fpcsj.org/history_sjmerc_oct99.html (accessed 9/20/11).