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Photographs of African American Religious and Masonic Life in Pasadena, California
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A collection of materials, predominantly 8 x 10 inch black-and-white photographs of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church (Pasadena, California) members and events. Also included are images of congregants associated with the Silver Leaf Chapter No. 7 Order of the Eastern Star (O.E.S.) and the King Solomon No. 10 Masonic Lodge.
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church was founded in February 1959 under the leadership of Reverend Freeman S. Stevens and was formally recognized as a constituted Baptist Church the following June. The church moved to its new location at 1972 North Fair Oaks Avenue in Pasadena, California on September 8, 1963. Certain congregants were also members of the King Solomon Masonic Lodge No. 10 (currently the South Pasadena Masonic Lodge) and the Silver Leaf Chapter No. 7 of the Order of the Eastern Star (O.E.S.), an appendant body of the Freemasons.
0.21 Linear Feet (1 box)
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