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Name Mendocino Presbyterian Church

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Image of 1996-011-1782 - Account Record

1996-011-1782 - Account Record

Brown was "Dealer in clothing, dry goods and family groceries, furniture, general Merchandise, &c." Preprinted form. Handwritten data includes date of purchase, name of purchaser, number and items purchased, amount, amount paid, seller's signature.

1996-011-1780 - Receipt

Two accounts receivable receipts issued by Heeser & Buckingham, publishers of The Mendocino Beacon, to the Ladies Aid Society, for purchase of 450 printed "programs" (1887) and 400 "tickets" (1890). Preprinted form. Handwritten data includes date of purchase, purchaser, items purchased, amount paid, sellers signature.

1996-011-1787 - Brochure

Printed brochure, blue on white. A brief history of the Church to about late 1950s (based on dates mentioned in text). Cover is pen/ink drawing of Church by E. O. Nielsen.

1996-011-1788 - Brochure

Centennial souvenir.

1996-011-1789 - Typescript

Photocopy of typescript. Research notes on the founding of Mendocino Presbyterian Church to about 1909. From data collected and authenticated by Mrs. Alexander MacCallum. In Memory of her Grandfather, Peter Kelley.

1996-011-1849 - Records

Three Record books: Vol. 1 (June 3, 1920-April 10 1930); Vol 2 (1930-1941); Vol. 3 (April 1 1943-Dec. 1 1951)

1996-011-1850 - Records

Leather bound "Day Book" (record book), written by Secretary Alma Mendosa. Entry begins on November 7, 1936. Inside leaf has the name and address of Edith Nichols in New York.

Image of 1982-044-934 - Video

1982-044-934 - Video

Mendocino Presbyterian Church, a narrated history, marking the 125th anniversary, 1982.

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Children - 2006-25-26

People Children - 2006-25-26

Children gathered on the church steps at the Mendocino Presbyterian Church for Easter.

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Buildings - 1996-006-1491-11

Photography Buildings - 1996-006-1491-11

Antone Fraga's water tower, erected about 1886. The tower is located north of Main Street and west of Evergreen Street in Mendocino. The spire of the Mendocino Presbytarian Church can be seen in the background.