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TPL-4256
Date: 09-27-19081 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 4256   Date: 09-27-1908
The congregation of the German Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church celebrated the dedication of the $8000 church located at South 16th and "L" Sts. on September 27, 1908. Rev. Arthur Spleiss of Sherwood, Oregon, delivered the dedicatory morning service. An afternoon and evening service followed led by Rev. H. Janssen of North Yakima and Rev. W.H. Behrens of Portland respectively. The new church was 44 x 86-feet and had a seating capacity in its auditorium of 500. In addition, there was a large Sunday School room. In 1953 the Miles Memorial CME Church purchased the property. It was demolished in 2004. (TDL 9-27-1908, p. 32-article)
TPL-6921
Date: 04-28-19312 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6921   Date: 04-28-1931
First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 524 So I St., Tacoma. Photograph taken for Rev. S. G. Svenson. Construction began on this Gothic structure in 1925 and it was dedicated in 1929. The church was designed by Heath, Gove & Bell, architects, and was built of tapestry brick with Tenino stone trim.
TPL-6795
Date: ca. 19313 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6795   Date: ca. 1931
St. Paul Danish Lutheran Church, 1310 So. L St., Tacoma. The Church was built around 1904 and has since been demolished. By 1951, it was renamed St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Bowen #CHU-053
TPL-6794
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6794   Date: ca. 1931
The First Norwegian Lutheran Church was dedicated in February of 1891. This church, which still stands at 1211 So. I Street, later became the Shiloh Baptist Church with Reverend Earnest S. Brazill as its minister. Rev. Brazill retired in 1999 after serving his congregation for 44 years. He died September 1, 2000. A new sanctuary has been erected next to the old church, but the original church lives on as one of the oldest buildings on I Street. Bowen# CHU-052
TPL-6793
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6793   Date: ca. 1931
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1601 So. L St., Tacoma. The church was built in 1908 as the German Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church. The $9000 structure was designed by H. Crosley, architect. It much later became the Miles Memorial CME Church. It was demolished in 2004. Bowen #CHU-051
TPL-6791
Date: ca. 19316 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6791   Date: ca. 1931
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 702 E. Harrison St., Tacoma. The church was built in 1906 for the First Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church. It was dedicated in 1907 as the Bethlehem Norwegian Lutheran Church, later shortened to Bethlehem Lutheran. Bowen #CHU-049
TPL-6786
Date: ca. 19317 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6786   Date: ca. 1931
Immanuel Lutheran Church, 4320 No. 14th St., Tacoma. The church was built in 1913 on N. 14th at the SE corner of N. Stevens by contractor A.L. Ronken. It was dedicated as Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church. It has since been demolished. Bowen #CHU-044
TPL-6782
Date: ca. 19318 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6782   Date: ca. 1931
First Swedish Lutheran Church, 5131 No. Pearl St., Ruston. The small church was built in 1902 and was also known as Saint James Englsh Evangelical Lutheran Church, Smelter Church, Ruston Chapel and Ruston Lutheran Church. The structure is now available for rental for weddings and meetings. Bowen #CHU- 040
TPL-6771
Date: ca. 19319 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6771   Date: ca. 1931
Trinity Lutheran Church, 1307 So. I, Tacoma. The church was built in 1886 as the German Lutheran Church. It was designed by architects Farrell & Darmer. It later was named Trinity Lutheran. Trinity Lutheran closed in 1949 after over 50 years. Although the structure was home to other congregations after that time, it was demolished in 1996. Bowen # CHU-029
TPL-6768
Date: ca. 193110 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6768   Date: ca. 1931
St. John's English Lutheran Church, 424 So. I St., Tacoma. Constructed in 1909, this English Gothic church was designed by architects Bresemann and Durfee. It was later known as Luther Memorial Church. The congregation held its final services in this building in November of 2003; it was sold to Multicare. Bowen #CHU-026
TPL-6762
Date: ca. 193111 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6762   Date: ca. 1931
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 5415 So. Lawrence St., Tacoma. Bowen #CHU-015
TPL-6760
Date: ca. 193112 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6760   Date: ca. 1931
Grace Lutheran Church, 5646-50 So. Birmingham St., Tacoma. This South Tacoma church was constructed in 1907 and originally named the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Immanuel Church. In 1929, it was renamed the Grace Lutheran Church. It underwent another change in 1948, becoming the South Tacoma Church of the Nazarene. Bowen # CHU-013
TPL-6757
Date: ca. 193113 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6757   Date: ca. 1931
First Lutheran Church, 6050 So. Warner St., Tacoma. The church was built in 1912 as the First Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran. By 1943, it was known as Hope Lutheran. Bowen # CHU-010
TPL-6751
Date: ca. 193114 of 67:
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Series: TPL   Image#: 6751   Date: ca. 1931
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7302 So. Park Ave.,Tacoma. The new South Tacoma church was dedicated in October of 1924. The pastor in 1931 was the Rev. H.N. Svinth. Bowen # CHU-002
L64-1
Date: 12-00-193615 of 67:
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Series: L64   Image#: 1   Date: 12-00-1936
Pageant at Central Lutheran Church, for Mr. Stine. From the costumes and the date of the picture, this was most likely a nativity pageant. (WSHS)
L59-1
Date: 11-28-193616 of 67:
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Series: L59   Image#: 1   Date: 11-28-1936
Central Lutheran Church choir. What appears to be the youth choir poses in front of the massive pipes for the pipe organ in November of 1936. The Central Lutheran Church was demolished in 1955 to make way for the County-City Building.
D8118-6
Date: 04-09-193917 of 67:
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Series: D8118   Image#: 6   Date: 04-09-1939
Easter Sunday at First Lutheran Church. Choir singing in alcove under stained-glass window.. Building by Heath and Gove, Architects; 1926. (T. Times)
D8118-4
Date: 04-09-193918 of 67:
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Series: D8118   Image#: 4   Date: 04-09-1939
Easter Sunday, April 9th 1939, at the Luther Memorial Church. Women and children dressed in Easter outfits, some with corsages, standing on church steps. The women on the left have been identified by a family member as (left to right) Grace Lundberg, Garnet Torgeson and their mother Lydia Torgeson. Luther Memorial had its last service after 112 years on November 9th, 2003.
D8118-20
Date: 04-09-193919 of 67:
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Series: D8118   Image#: 20   Date: 04-09-1939
Easter Sunday in 1939 at churches. The congregation of the First (Evangelical) Lutheran Church is photographed after services and shown mingling on the sidewalks and steps. 1930s automobiles on street. General view of building with corner steeple, by Heath and Gove, Architects; 1926. Construction of the massive tapestry brick with Tenino stone trim building commenced in late 1925 and was completed in early 1929. It had a large Scandinavian congregation. (T. Times)
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Date: 10-11-195220 of 67:
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Series: D69207   Image#: 29   Date: 10-11-1952
Patricia Price and John W. Wells, U.S. Coast Guard, were married October 11, 1952, in the First Lutheran Church. Patricia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Price of Sylvan and her bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Wells of Woodburn, Oregon. Patricia wore a gown of white satin with lace applique on the bodice and skirt. Jacquelyn Price, sister of the bride, and Noreene Wells, sister of the bridegroom were two of the bride's attendants. Robert Wells was best man for his brother and Ray and William Price, brothers of the bride were two of the ushers. (TNT, 10/26/1952, p.C-8)
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