The Presbyterian Church has a steep gable roof and round-arch windows. As built in 1904 at the corner of Seventh Avenue and Cushman Street, it had a stronger medieval revival character. A large stained-glass, pointed-arch window was located where the gable-roofed vestibule is now; entrance was through the corner tower, now gone, which had a belfry and tall steeple. The simple interior of this church is particularly striking in contrast to the fairgrounds outside.
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