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Listing the same source thrice does not merit the article being accepted, it seems the other source was the one that was used primarily. Fridae'§Doom | Spare your time? 06:58, 21 July 2010 (UTC)
As far as I can tell, I've offered a citation for each significant fact from a reliable source -- the National Parks Service, the California Historical Landmark registry and the San Jose Mercury News, the local daily newspaper -- and have removed the non-notable sources criticized from the first draft. I only felt comfortable adding sections about the fire and the community center because they received significant press coverage in the newspaper. There are more citations and sources in this article than in the accepted article on First Unitarian Church of Oakland which is very similar. I need more clarification about what you believe is missing. Rcreative1 (talk) 16:10, 22 July 2010 (UTC)