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This photograph appears with the article, "Thousands Pay Tribure to Lady of Guadalupe, Many Dress in Colorful Costumes for Rites at Church Honoring Patroness of Americas." Los Angeles Times, 15 Dec. 1952: A8. The church was located at 4123 Fisher St. in East Los Angeles. Text from newspaper caption: Two Bishops At Rites: Standing in doorway at top of steps at left are Bishop Timothy Manning, left, and Bishop Alfredo Galindo as procession leaves front of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church during ceremony yesterday honoring the patroness of the Americas. A large picture of the saint was borne by marchers in long procession.
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