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First Presbyterian Church - Fellowship Hall
Newhall, California

A Fellowship Hall was built in the 1950s behind the monumental brick-and-mortar First Presbyterian Church in Newhall (visbile at left), which replaced the original wooden church in 1923. (Located on Newhall Ave. near Market Street, this version of the church was severely damaged in the 1971 Sylmar earthquake.)

Marvin F. Greenelsh of Santa Maria, Calif., remembers: "The (Fellowship) Hall was built in the very early 1950s. I was active in the church's high school youth group at the time. We started using the hall for youth and other activities. ... I was born in Newhall in 1936. Lived up Railroad Canyon (Pine St.) for many years and graduated from Hart High School in 1954."


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NEWHALL FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

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Timeline 1880s-1986

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1st Church Building

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Parsonage Construction 1914

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Film Shoot ~1920

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Chaplin in "The Pilgrim" 1923

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Fellowship Hall Construction 1950s

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1960s

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1976 Cookbook

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1977 Building Dedication

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