This splendid Spanish Colonial Revival specimen has a Churrigueresque entry surround of cast stone leading to a rustic, wood-beamed, open-truss nave. Stucco walls and red tile roofing characterize the church, auxiliary buildings, and cloister, which frame a courtyard. Endearing details such as the three stepped cutout arches of the bell tower are beautifully executed.
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St. Thomas Episcopal Church
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