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Elmwood United Presbyterian Church (now Saint George Greek Orthodox Church)
The gabled front of a classical Greek temple of the Doric order sits atop a Roman podium. Tall doors lead into a simple volume behind. The enclosed pediment of the gable with its projected beam ends and the stout fluted Ionic columns are all strongly three dimensional.
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