This is one of the gems among Iowa's churches. The architects brought together a wide range of design approaches prevalent at the turn of the century. The late Queen Anne-Shingle style generally dominates, accompanied by Gothic Revival details; however, the massing of the building relates to the Colonial Revival, and a number of the wood details are from the Arts and Crafts movement. As in many Episcopal churches, there has been a dramatic reduction in scale; everything (including the central tower) seems miniaturized.
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Saint Paul's Episcopal Church
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