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Title
First Congregational Church, northwest corner of 26th and Harrison Streets, c1953
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1953
Publication Information
Oakland Public Library, Oakland History Room and Maps Division (Oakland, Calif.)
Contributing Institution
Oakland Public Library, Oakland History Center
Collection
Oakland Churches Collection (OHR003)
Rights Information
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Description
First Congregational Church, northwest corner of 26th and Harrison Streets in the Adams Point district of Oakland, California. Designed by John Galen Howard.
Type
image
Format
Photographs
Identifier
ohrphoto.oaklandchurches.019.jpg
Language
English
Subject
Church buildings--California--Oakland
City churches--California--Oakland

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