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Portrait of twelve men
Hawkins, J. Allen
Date Created and/or Issued
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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 photo of a group of men, including a priest in the center, was taken inside the residence at 939 North Michigan Avenue on March 18, 1946. The 1943 and 1947 Pasadena City Directories list Carl V. and Mary Ringhoff as the occupants. Documentation provided by the photographer shows this photo was ordered by Father Mullane of St. Elizabeth's Church (1849 North Lake Avenue).
Saint Elizabeth’s Church (Altadena, Calif.)
Catholic Church--Clergy
Portraits, Group--California--Pasadena
Men's clothing--California--Pasadena
Interior decoration--California--Pasadena

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