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Elizabeth Library (Adventist Church)
Rough-cut, uncoursed local sandstone forms the walls and the large corner bell tower of this church, which has a steeply pitched shake shingle roof. The church was built by Seventh Day Adventists but was purchased by a Presbyterian congregation around 1903. After the Presbyterians built a new church in 1924, this became the Elizabeth Library, then a private residence.
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