Ithaca Alliance Gospel Tabernacle 1928 Directory

Directory, Alliance Gospel Tabernacle, 506 North Plain Street, Ithaca, N. Y., December 1928. Robert A. Burns, Pastor. (Local Branch) of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, 260 West 44th Street, New York City.

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Names in this online transcription include Baker, Bandle, Bennett, Brown, Burns, Capp, Cone, Congdon, Dykeman, Edwards, Goetchius, Hill, Holman, Jewell, Loveless, Marks, Merrill, Nivison, Parsels, Poole, Roe, Schilling, Shepherd, Smith, Stark, White, Wilcox, Williams.

Labels: New York, Church Records

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