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Paul C. Christian
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Frederick (Rick) E. Remlinger left a comment for Paul C. Christian
"I miss the old trees. back in the days of no air conditioning in the church, I would sit under them, or in the car under them, while my parents would talk with other parishioners on long hot summer days. They grew to be huge."
May 9, 2013
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Apr 6, 2010
Paul C. Christian commented on Paul C. Christian's photo
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OLOL 1942

"I have seen the church as recently as last summer. I thought folks would like to see what it looked like when it was less than 25 years old. Those little trees on the right side of the photo were huge by the 1960's."
Apr 6, 2010
Barbara Wright commented on Paul C. Christian's photo
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"I don't know if you have seen the church lately. Newer additions include a freestanding bell tower and a ramp for wheelchair access on the right side of the photo."
Apr 5, 2010
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OLOL 1942

Photo post card of Our Lady of Lourdes Church and rectory. The cancellation on the back is dated Sept. 29, 1942.
Apr 3, 2010
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Apr 3, 2010
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Apr 3, 2010

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Hometown:
Milltown
Did your parents/ grandparents live in Milltown? If so, what were their names?
Parents still live there. William E. Christian, Jr. and Barbara N. Christian.
What is your interest in Milltown history?
Part of my family history.

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At 1:36pm on May 9, 2013, Frederick (Rick) E. Remlinger said…

I miss the old trees. back in the days of no air conditioning in the church, I would sit under them, or in the car under them, while my parents would talk with other parishioners on long hot summer days. They grew to be huge.

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