Calendar of the Woman"s Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church
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Calendar of the Woman"s Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church by First Presbyterian Church (Fort Wayne, Ind.). Woman"s Missionary Society

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  • Church records and registers,
  • First Presbyterian Church (Fort Wayne, Ind.),
  • Records and registers

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Description based on: 1922-23.

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Open LibraryOL25520645M

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