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Unidentified

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The First Presbyterian Church, Stockton, California. This church represents one of the most beautiful Gothic structures in Northern California. It has many features by the later Bertram Governor Goodhue, famous designer of Churches. Erected in 1923. It occupies a quarter block. Cost $225,000.00. This congregation had the first Protestant Church building in California.

Contributing Institution

Holt-Atherton Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Resource Identifier

1388

Geographic Coordinates

37.965772, -121.293984

Circa Date

circa 1950

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