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CBAN_027
CBAN_027
IdentifierCBAN_027
TitleThe Methodist Episcopal Church in Banning, California
CreatorUnknown
Date Created1909
DescriptionExterior photographic postcard of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Banning, California which had been moved to the southeast corner of Ramsey and Second Streets in 1908.
TypeImage
Physical Description1 sepia tone photographic postcard; 8.89 x 13.97 cm.
InstitutionBanning Library District
Collection Guidehttp://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6779r9df
Project NoteLHDRP
Country of CreationUS
Copyright StatusCopyright status unknown
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Languageeng
Subject (Name)Methodist Episcopal Church
Subject (Place)Banning (Calif.)
Subject (Topic)Churches-California-Banning
Form/GenrePhotographs
Item/Call Number86-02-02-14
ContributorBarker, Charles Omar
TranscriptionThe Methodist Episcopal Church was first built on the west side of San Gorgonio, south of Hays Street in 1888. About 1908 the building was moved to the southeast corner of Second and Ramsey Streets and became the Sunday School room back of the new church which was then erected (note the second cupola).
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