Wordless Wednesday – Plymouth Congregational Church

"Plymouth Church photo"
Plymouth Congregational Church - September 1928. Detroit, Michigan

Nearly wordless.  My grandfather Mershell C. Graham was one of the founders.  He is standing behind his daughters, Mary V. and Doris (my mother).  Their cousin Margaret is standing between them.  They are in the front row, towards the left side of center.  Elementary age.  My grandmother, Fannie, had just given birth to their son Howard so was not there.

2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Plymouth Congregational Church”

  1. he building in the photograph was a former synagogue on the corner of Garfield and Beaubien. Plymouth was located there from 1927 until they were urbaned renewed in 1974. Plymouth is now in a new building at 600 East Warren.

    You can find the church history here:
    http://www.puccdetroit.org/history.htm

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