Carl Howelsen may have been the mason for this front-gabled chapel of local sandstone ashlar with handsome Gothic-arched doors and windows. The fine interior has exposed wood frame walls, open ceiling beams, a hand-carved golden oak altar, and miniature stained glass windows.
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church
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