Museum of the New York & Philadelphia District of the Reorganized Church

Museum of the New York & Philadelphia District of the Reorganized Church This is a virtual museum dedicated to the founders and members of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the New York and Philadelphia region.

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03/26/2019

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08/22/2017

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02/26/2017

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Museum of the New York & Philadelphia District of the Reorganized Church
06/14/2016

Museum of the New York & Philadelphia District of the Reorganized Church

Museum of the New York & Philadelphia District of the Reorganized Church's cover photo
11/06/2012

Museum of the New York & Philadelphia District of the Reorganized Church's cover photo

04/30/2012

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Timeline Photos
01/02/2012

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos
01/02/2012

Timeline Photos

03/22/2011

Review our gallery of photographs, seperated by decade...

Reorganized Church of the 1960's
01/04/2011

Reorganized Church of the 1960's

Reorganized Church of the 1910's
12/18/2010

Reorganized Church of the 1910's

Perhaps the first photo taken of Robert Fowler after the accident. This is his engagement photo, circa 1913.
11/14/2010

Perhaps the first photo taken of Robert Fowler after the accident. This is his engagement photo, circa 1913.

Philadelphia RLDS member Mary C. Fowler reported several miracles in her book "A Mother in Israel." The most notable occ...
10/23/2010

Philadelphia RLDS member Mary C. Fowler reported several miracles in her book "A Mother in Israel." The most notable occurrence involved the complete healing of her son, Robert, to full health after an industrial accident on December 7, 1909. Despite a broken back, blown out eyes, and third degree burns over much of his body, Fowler was completely healed (including his eyes), despite having been reported dead by the press. He recovered in three weeks and was home for Christmas.

Philadelphia RLDS member Mary C. Fowler reported several miracles in her book "A Mother in Israel." The most notable occurrence involved the complete healing of her son, Robert, to full health after an industrial accident on December 7, 1909. Despite a broken back, blown out eyes, and third degree burns over much of his body, Fowler was completely healed (including his eyes), despite having been reported dead by the press. He recovered in three weeks and was home for Christmas.

Philadelphia RLDS member Mary C. Fowler reported several miracles in her book "A Mother in Israel." The most notable occ...
10/22/2010

Philadelphia RLDS member Mary C. Fowler reported several miracles in her book "A Mother in Israel." The most notable occurrence involved the complete healing of her son, Robert, to full health after an industrial accident on December 7, 1909. Despite a broken back, blown out eyes, and third degree burns over much of his body, Fowler was completely healed (including his eyes), despite having been reported dead by the press. He recovered in three weeks and was home for Christmas.

Philadelphia RLDS member Mary C. Fowler reported several miracles in her book "A Mother in Israel." The most notable occurrence involved the complete healing of her son, Robert, to full health after an industrial accident on December 7, 1909. Despite a broken back, blown out eyes, and third degree burns over much of his body, Fowler was completely healed (including his eyes), despite having been reported dead by the press. He recovered in three weeks and was home for Christmas.

12/31/2009

wishes everyone a happy decade to come:)

Address

114 W Ontario St Philadelphia PA 19140
Philadelphia, PA
19140

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Opening Hours

Monday 12am - 11:45pm
Tuesday 12am - 11:45pm
Wednesday 12am - 11:45pm
Thursday 12am - 11:45pm
Friday 12am - 11:45pm
Saturday 12am - 11:45pm
Sunday 12am - 11:45pm

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(267) 755-9019

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Ginny Reece Condit and I have a picture painted by "Sherman." It is of a couple on a bench looking at the Graceland tower. Might it be by Art Sherman? Was he a painter as well as a member of the New York & Philadelphia District? Does anyone know more about Art Sherman?