Anonymous: The Diocese of Los Angeles and San Diego Commemorates the Religious Founding of the Pueblo of Los Angeles on the Fourth of September 1781 with a Pontifical Mass at the Coliseum on the Sixth of September 1931 at Twelve O'Clock

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Anonymous : The Diocese of Los Angeles and San Diego Commemorates the Religious Founding of the Pueblo of Los Angeles on the Fourth of September 1781 with a Pontifical Mass at the Coliseum on the Sixth of September 1931 at Twelve O'Clock

Stapled, paper program with chipping, especially at spine, and minor folding at top of spine. Dimensions 9 x 12 inches. 16 pages. Contains the schedule for the celebratory mass held at the Los Angeles Coliseum to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of Los Angeles, along with the text of the prayers and hymns. Also contains portrait photographs of the Most Reverend John J. Cantwell, Bishop of Los Angeles and San Diego, and Monsignor John J. Cawley. Also includes extensive lists of donors, organists, directors and choir members with group portraits.. Book. Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Binding: Soft cover

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