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  • Street Address is exactly "W. 3rd St. and Broomall St., Media (Pa.)"

African A.M.E. Church

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Lees/P-01433C.jpg
Date: 1880 (circa)
Back of card reads: "Thirty minutes by R.R. from Philadelphia. Media and Vicinity. Photographed by Samuel McMullin, Landscape Photographer, No. 1128 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia. Taken by request of James R. Cummins, Residence, Media, Penna."

Campbell A.M.E. Church

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-4066.jpg
Date: 1889-01-19
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Campbell A.M.E. Church, interior with people

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5358.jpg
Date: 1902 (circa)
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Campbell A.M.E. Church, interior with people

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5358-5.jpg
Date: 1902 (circa)
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Campbell A.M.E. Church, interior, no people

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5358-75.jpg
Date: 1902 (circa)
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.