Excerpt from The Congregational Year-Book, Vol. 42: Statistics for 1919; Issued by the Executive Committee of the National Council of the Congregational Churches of the United States
Name Rev. Boston, Mass. Vicinity, Fred L. Norton, Chicago, Ill. City Missionary Society, Rev. Reuben L. Breed, 19 S. La Salle st., Cleveland, 0 Congregational Union of, Rev. G. Legrand Smith, 801 Hippodrome Bldg., Columbus, 0 Congregational Extension Society, Rev. Edward J. Converse, 59 W. Fourth av., Hartford, Conn. City Missionary Society, Louis C. Harnish, 50 Village st., Kansas City, Mo. Congregational Union of, Rev. C. B. Moody, D.D., 06 Michigan av., Los Angeles, Cal. C. C. E. S. Of Los Angeles, Walter A. Larsen 1225 Citizens Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Milwaukee, Wis. Congregational Union of, L. G. Millard, 265 35th st., (c) Minneapolis, Minn Twin City Unions (minneapolis St. Paul) Rev. J. P. Miller, D.D., 4016 Columbus av., MW Haven, Conn New Haven Congregational Union, Inc., Rev. Edward F. Goin, Orchard st., (b) New York, N. Y. C. C. E. S. Of New York and Brooklyn, Rev. Charles W. Shelton, d.e., 287 Fourth av., (6) Oakland, Cal. East Bay Church Extension Board, Rev. Roland B. Dodge. 222 Atherton st., (0; Peoria, Ill. Congregational City Missionary Society of, Rev. A. R. Mclaughlin, First Cong'l Church, (c Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia. Cong'l City Missionary Society, Rev. David Leyshon, 314 Snyder av., (b) San Francisco, Cal. C. C. E. S. Of San Fransisco and Vicinity, (c) C. C. E. S. Of Seattle, Inc. Rev. C. R. Gale, Plymouth Cong'l Church, (d) City hes H. P. Guiney Sioux City, (c) ass Rev. Claude A. Butterfield, 160 Marion st. (0) Rev. Alfred Ray Atwood, Fountain and Aubert av., (0) J. Weir Coover, care Gendron Wheel (5. S Rev. 00.
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