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A group of pastors in formal clothing, including two women, stands before the First Friends Church, located at 13205 (310 E.) Philadelphia St., Whittier, Calif. [Handwritten on photomat] Pastors at Forward Movement Conference. Whittier, Cal. S. J. Pickering (E. Whittier) ; Cal Jones (Alamitos) ; Eli Reece (Los Angeles) ; H. C. Hollingsworth (Sunnyside) ; Geo. Taylor (San Diego) ; W. Nahlon Perry (Ramona) ; Tennyson Lewis (Alamo) ; Joseph Peel (Pasadena) ; Wallace Gill (Bell) ; Chas. White (El Modeno) ; Geo. Williams (Huntington Park) ; H. R. Keates (Gen. Sup't.) ; John S. Kimber ; John Huff (Berkeley) ; Frank W. Dell (Whittier) ; Blanche F. Pickering (E. Whittier) ; Flora Mills (Whittier) ; A. Rosenberger (Pres. Evan'C. Bd.) ; Abram Astleford (Montebello). The collection consists of images and documents from its establishment in 1887 to the mid-20th century. Also included are images and documents of two missions of Whittier's First Friends Church: the Kotzebue Friends Church, in Kotzebue, Alaska; and the Friends Japanese Church in Norwalk, formerly located near the intersection of Orange Street and Rosecrans Avenue.