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Participants at the formation of the American Unitarian Conference were photographed on the front steps of All Souls' new, third building in 1925.

Large portrait of All Souls Children on the front steps of the church.

Executive Director Laurence C. Staples (front row at left) posed with All Souls children in front of Pierce Hall, 1930. Staples held the post from 1924 to 1959.

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Teens and young adults on the front steps of a large home, sitting with Laurence Staples.

Reverend A. Powell Davies (1944-1957) greets parishioners leaving on an Easter Sundays in the 1940's.

An All Souls Church School class in the Eaton room.

Boys learn to use hand tools at the Metropolitan Police's No. 10 Boy's Club which met at All Souls from 1937 to 1954. The club moved out after declining the church's request that it drop its whites only policy.

President Harry S. Truman meets with members of the Unitarian Conference at the White House, 1947.

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Girls dance on the church terrace. They were participants in the interracial Community Vacation School, sponsored first by the Friends Meeting and later jointly with All Souls Church, during the summers of 1944-1950.

Very deteriorated slide with image of President Truman and two others at the White House.

All Souls children prepare relief boxes for the children of Hiroshima, Japan, 1948.

The courtyard at All Souls Church in the snow.

The courtyard at All Souls Church adorned in ivy.

All Souls children reading and learning near bulletin boards. Age is tween to teen.

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President Truman with a group of men in suits and ties, on a very deteriorated slide.

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Family night, a table full of children in the cafeteria.

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All Souls young people in front of church.

Happy young tweens look directly into the camera.
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