Wednesday, June 26, 2024

1915 Emma Bachman gets married to George Scholl

 

1914 Ocean Park, LA, CA Emma/George

In the early days of the newly organized Los Angeles stake, the boundaries covered most of Los Angeles County including Alhambra, and Long Beach to Santa Monica. Initially the Stake had seven Wards: Ocean Park, Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Pedro, Huntington Park, Boyle Heights, and Hollywood. Additionally; Alhambra, Belvedere, Garvanza and Inglewood were branches of the new Stake. Branches quickly became Wards as membership continued to grow.

In the beginning, there were three buildings built: Adams Chapel (below), dedicated in 1913 by Joseph F. Smith. This Chapel served as an important focal point of the Church for many years in Los Angeles. The prominent feature of the building was the stained-glass window “Joseph Smith’s First Prayer”.

Documents related to the marriage of Emma Bachman and George Scholl at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 153 West Adams Chapel, Los Angeles, CA:

1915 George Scholl, California, County Marriages, 1850-1952 Film 004540605 page 308

1915 May 25, Tues, George Scholl, Emma Bachman, 153 West Adams Chapel. LA, CA

1915 May 25, Tues, George Scholl, Emma Bachman, 153 West Adams Chapel. LA, CA



1915 May 25, Tues, George Scholl, Emma Bachman




1915 May 25, Tues, George Scholl, Emma Bachman



1915 about,  Adams Ward Building with bricks




1915 about, Adams Ward Building with bricks



1920s Adams Ward Building



1920s Adams Ward Building




1926 Adams Ward Thrift Choir Doris by piano 1926-Colorized



1926 Adams Ward Thrift Choir Doris by piano 1926-Colorized




1930s Adams Ward Activity-Repaired-Color-Restored
Two of the young adults in the photo are identified in FamilySearch memories
https://www.familysearch.org/memories/memory/160301744



1930s Adams Ward Activity-Repaired-Color-Restored
Two of the young adults in the photo are identified in FamilySearch memories
https://www.familysearch.org/memories/memory/160301744



1930s Adams Ward Building



1940s Adams Ward Window1-Colorized



1940s Adams Ward Window1-Colorized



1940s Adams Ward group-Repaired-Enhanced-Color-Restored



1940s Adams Ward group-Repaired-Enhanced-Color-Restored




1957 Adams Ward Building



1957 Adams Ward Building




First Vision HDR
This three-part stained-glass window depicts the appearance of the Father and the Son to a 14-year-old Joseph Smith. It was made in 1913 for the Adams Ward chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Los Angeles. It was removed when the building was razed in 1959, and is now on display at the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City
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