This large adobe structure, built in the Territorial Style as a replacement for an 1864 church, has a Gothic-arched entry and window openings. In the transepts stained glass lancet windows adorn adobe gable ends. The double-tiered bell tower has louvered, Gothic-arched openings in its wood shingle cladding and a polygonal roof.
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Immaculate Conception Church
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