Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Dr. A. Earl Kernahan of Washington is here with his son to landscape the city of Los Angeles and survey the religious status of every citizen. The surveys of evangelism campaigns in some key American cities have so far gained half of a million members of the church. Photograph appears with the article, "Dr. Kernahan Arrives for Religious Survey," Los Angeles Times, 21 July 1935: 3. Handwritten on negative: DR. Earl Kernahan Earl Kernahan (son) 7-20-35 Text from negative sleeve: 1370 - LtR- DR. Earl Kernahan x Earl Kernahan Visiting delegates [stamped:] Jul 31 1935 Text from newspaper caption: Dr. A. Earl Kernahan, left, of Washington, D. C., who is here preparing for a visitation evangelism survey of the city next fall, and his son, Earl, who is now conducting local meetings of the Allied Youth movement.
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Sons--American--California--Los Angeles Fathers--California--Los Angeles Evangelists Kernahan, Earl, 1913-2007 Kernahan, Arthur Earl, 1888 or 89-1944