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Shown is a circa 1925 guide describing the merits of the American Center Church, located on Sixth Street, between K and L streets. Shelter-driven, by 1921, the center had provided 24,000 cups of coffee and 21,000 doughnuts for those down on their luck. During its time in operation, it drew support from, of note, the Tuesday Club and the Southern Pacific Company.