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  Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
 County: Williamson County, TX
[Photograph of Group in Front of Church Outpost]

[Photograph of Group in Front of Church Outpost]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of people standing in front of a building. The group consists of men, women, and children. J.L. Leos, described as a student pastor, is standing at the front of the group on the right wearing shirt, slacks, and tie and holding a book. The building behind the group is a one-story, red-brick structure described as an outpost for a church in Taylor, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Group in Front of Church Outpost]

[Photograph of Group in Front of Church Outpost]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a group of people standing in front of a building. The group consists of men, women, and children. J.L. Leos, described as a student pastor, is standing at the front of the group on the right wearing shirt, slacks, and tie and holding a book. The building behind the group is a one-story, red-brick structure described as an outpost for a church in Taylor, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Henry Camacho and Reverand J.L. Leos]

[Photograph of Henry Camacho and Reverand J.L. Leos]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Henry Camacho and Reverend J.L. Leos standing in front of the Mexican Presbyterian Church in Taylor, Texas. Henry Camacho, on the left, is wearing a gray suit and tie and is described as a deacon and treasurer. Rev. Leos, on the right, is wearing slacks, a button-down shirt, and tie and is described as being a student pastor.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Henry Camacho, J.L. Leos, and Elder]

[Photograph of Henry Camacho, J.L. Leos, and Elder]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph Henry Camacho, J.L. Leos, and an elder. Camacho, on the left, is wearing a gray suit and tie and is identified as a deacon and treasurer. Leos, in the middle, is wearing slacks, a button-down shirt, and tie and is identified as a student pastor. The elder, on the right, is dressed in suit and tie. The group is standing in front the entryway of a building with white wood siding.The building is believed to be the Mexican Presbyterian Church in Taylor, Texas.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Leos and Camacho in Front of Manse]

[Photograph of Leos and Camacho in Front of Manse]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of J.L. Leos and Henry Camacho standing in front of a manse. Leos is on the left, and Camacho is on the right. The two are dressed in suits and ties. The house behind them is white with wood siding and a covered front porch. The address on the house reads "413 Simon." A metal fence surrounds the front yard of the house. Leos is described as a student pastor, and Camacho is described as a deacon and treasurer.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
[Photograph of Side View of Manse]

[Photograph of Side View of Manse]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the side view of a manse. The house is a one-story structure with white wood siding and a gray shingle roof. Wooden stairs lead up to a side door. A large bush bearing yellow flowers is planted on the left. Other plants are planted along the wall of the building.
Contributing Partner: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
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