Eastlake trim adorns this frame, front-gabled Carpenter Gothic church. The lovely square corner tower tapers to an open bell cupola with an arched cutout, elaborate brackets, and a balustrade. Horizontal clapboard siding contrasts with vertical trim boards. A tripartite lancet group high in the front wall corresponds to three double-hung windows at the first-floor level. The entry is protected by a Gothic-arched canopy and the bargeboard is decorated with trefoil cutouts.
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Union Congregational Church
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