From: The Oakland Tribune, 13 December 1910
CONGREGATION ATTENDS THE DUNLAP FUNERAL
ALAMEDA, Dec. 13-Mrs. Julia Dunlop, who died Saturday night at 1415 Broadway from pneumonia, was buried yesterday in Evergreen cemetery. She had been ill ten days. Mrs. Dunlop was one of the most active workers in the First Baptist church, philanthropic and charitable, and her death is keenly felt. She leaves a husband, Thomas Dunlop, a merchant, and two sons, Will and Otto Dunlop.
The family came here from St. Johns, New Brunswick Canada three years ago, and were identified with the church and social life of the city.
Mrs. Dunlop's funeral was held from the First Baptist church yesterday at 10 o'clock, attended by the congregation. She was 44 years of age.