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Summary Rose Valley Friends began as a meeting in Kelso, Washington. A chapel was built by May of 1925. In June of 1955, a committee from Portland Quarterly Meeting set up the Rose Valley Preparative Meeting as an independent monthly meeting. Records consist of written histories, publications, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, directories, business and financial documents, minutes, and VHS tapes.
Summary Rosemere Friends Church (located near Vancouver, Washington) began as a tent meeting. A church building was built in 1927 after a period of time when the meetings were held in a house for Sunday school and services. Harold and Marion Mills became the first pastors at Rosemere. The monthly meeting was organized by the Portland Quarterly Meeting on Mar. 31, 1940 with 16 charter members. Records include business and financial documents, directories, programs, brochures (includes written history)...