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Reference materials 812 S.W. Washington Street Portland Oregon United States1769 Washington Street Boston MA United States1812 19th Street NW Washington DC United StatesWikipedia: L. Ron Hubbard House
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Dec 3, 2009
[Interview with Nancy Many] — KNOP (Washington)
Type: Radio
Source: KNOP (Washington)
Nancy Many appeared on a KNOP radio show today from Washington state to promote her new book, My Billion Year Contract. She talks about her experiences in Scientology as an aide to L. Ron Hubbard, being sent to the RPF by Hubbard where she was locked in the garage of the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater when she was five months pregnant, escaping from Scientology with her husband, disconnection and much more.
Nov 4, 2009
The news on the street — Washington Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Roxanne Roberts, Amy Argetsinger
Source: Washington Post
Timing is everything, and sometimes it's awkward: The Church of Scientology unveiled its grand new center a half-mile from the White House on Saturday – the same day the St. Petersburg Times unveiled a major investigative report alleging the church deployed coercive tactics and espionage against staff members who tried to leave. Among the dignitaries speaking to the crowd that filled a cordoned-off block of 16th Street NW: Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.), who presented the church with a flag that had ...
Dec 16, 2008
After long delay, Scientology church opens in Carytown — Style Weekly (Richmond, Virginia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Chris Dovi
Source: Style Weekly (Richmond, Virginia)
Delayed for more than a year, the grand opening of the Church of Scientology Mission of Richmond Dec. 14 looked a lot like any old ribbon-cutting ceremony. Big red bow stretched across the doorway at Cary and Nansemond streets? Check. Founder of the church mission indulging his teenage son’s rock-star dreams with a rented public address system and a captive crowd? Check. Plates of holiday cookies and punch? Check. Slightly off-putting future man in black suit, black shirt and bright red ...
Nov 10, 2008
Real estate roundup — Portland Business Journal
Type: Press
Source: Portland Business Journal
... The Church of Scientology of Portland leased 16,000 square feet at the Century Building and Century Tower after moving out of its long-time home at the Western Building in downtown Portland. The Western Building, home to the Scientology church since 1974, is being renovated for a bank tenant. The Century Building will be the church’s temporary home while it prepares to renovate the Stevens Building, which it acquired in January. ...
Aug 13, 2008
As Scientology expands, so do its naysayers — Seattle Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Brian Miller
Source: Seattle Weekly
Masked protesters are taking to Seattle streets as the church eyes new facilities downtown and in lower Queen Anne. Motorists stuck on Mercer Street this summer have been treated to an odd overhead sight as they crawl under Aurora Avenue toward I-5. Wielding banners and signs, a small band of protesters has appeared on certain evenings, waving at drivers below and encouraging them to honk if they hate Xenu. On other nights, farther west in the Uptown neighborhood, the same merry ...
Aug 1, 2008
$5M purchase paves way for Helmer building renovation — Portland Business Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Wendy Culverwell
Source: Portland Business Journal
The Church of Scientology is out and California-based First Republic Bank is in as a new owner takes control of the historic Helmer building in the heart of downtown Portland. The Goodman family, which owns or controls numerous commercial sites in downtown, closed its purchase of the Helmer building at 969 S.W. Broadway on July 25 in a deal worth about $5 million. The two-story building takes its name from its most prominent retail tenant, John Helmer Haberdashery, and also is ...
Mar 13, 2008
Federal Center takes bomb threat precautions — Battle Creek Enquirer
Type: Press
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
Security was tightened today at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center in Battle Creek after a bomb threat was leveled nationally at the Church of Scientology, which owns a building nearby. Two parking lots were cleared, the center’s Champion Street entrance was closed and blinds were drawn in all windows at the building at 74 N. Washington Ave. Employees were told the security level was raised and they were encouraged to curtail outside activities near the building. “We learned of potential for increased ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 30, 2008
New role awaits a historic eyesore // Church of Scientology buys former Alexandra Hotel — Boston Globe
More: boston.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Source: Boston Globe
The Church of Scientology of Boston Inc. has bought the historic Alexandra Hotel building at Washington Street and Massachusetts Avenue in the South End and plans to relocate its local headquarters from the Back Bay, following extensive renovations. The sales price of the Alexandra - ravaged by fire in the 1993, decayed, empty, and recently eluding City Hall's hopes that it would become residences - was not disclosed by the Rev. Gerard Renna, the top Scientology representative in Boston. The church, ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 18, 2008
Scientologists' tall new home — The Oregonian (Portland)
Jan 9, 2008
Church of Scientology buys Stevens Building — Portland Business Journal
Type: Press
Source: Portland Business Journal
After a years-long search for a building to call its own, The Church of Scientology of Portland has acquired the historic Stevens Building in an all-cash deal for $5.38 million. The sale was fueled by donations from church members. At 12 stories, it is the tallest building ever acquired by a local chapter of the Church of Scientology, according to Butler Brokers Commercial Realtors, which handled both sides of the transaction. In November, former owner Joseph Weston donated the building, which ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 11, 2007
The L. Ron Hubbard House: Get There Before Travolta — Washington City Paper
Type: Press
Author(s): Jule Gardner
Source: Washington City Paper
In the pantheon of D.C. area weird religious places to go and gawk, you’ve got the George Washington Masonic Memorial, the Oz-like LDS Washington D.C. Temple Visitors’ Center and now L. Ron Hubbard’s house. A bold, swanky sign went up less than a week ago in front of 1812 19th Street NW in Dupont, site of the “founding church” of Scientology that Hubbard set up in 1955. The house belonged to the church until the mid-’70s, when it was sold and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
May 5, 2006
Scientology spreads out in push for D.C. members — Washington Business Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Erin Killian
Source: Washington Business Journal
Jackson Wyan, a young Tom Cruise look-alike with short black hair and a black button-down shirt, greets people with laser-focused eye contact, a fixed smile and solid handshake at the Founding Church of Scientology of D.C. in Dupont Circle. His mission not-so-impossible: Recruit more members. Would-be Scientologists approach the landmark red building, also known as Fraser Mansion, at 20th and R streets NW, with regularity. Wyan, who's been with the D.C. church six years, gives tours that include a sweep through ...
Oct 10, 2005
She's put her heart in Hart Hotel project — Battle Creek Enquirer
Type: Press
Author(s): Jim Richmond
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
For Maria Guy, renovation of the old Hart Hotel at Washington Avenue and West Van Buren Street has meant "10-to 12-hour workdays" since the Church of Scientology bought the building, gutted it and started turning it into a church facility in 2002. Guy, a petite woman and native of the Dominican Republic who moved to America in 1979, said she and a co-worker just finished installing 123 new windows in the building. The windows cost the church about $750,000. Guy also ...
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