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Built in 1902, this Gothic Revival building was designed by Howard, Train & Williams, and cost approximately $50,00 to build. This building served as the First Congregational Church until the early 1930s when the fifth church building was constructed on Commonwealth. Exterior view of the fourth building of the First Congregational Church, located at 841 South Hope Street. A banner hanging over an unpaved Hope Street reads, "Pacific Coast Congregational Congress May 16-23, 1906." Neighboring buildings are visible in the background.
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00075080 SecurityÂ Pacific National Bank Collection L.A.-Churches-First Congregational Church; N-003-705 8x10 CARL0000077680 http://188.8.131.52/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/115293
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