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First Methodist Episcopal Church (now Methodist Church)
The Richardsonian Romanesque has been highly abbreviated in this light-colored rusticated stone church. Externally the building's design revolves around its high, impressive corner tower. At the base of the tower are a pedimented entrance and small stair tower. The tower's high stone spire has a small tower at each corner; these are carried up and terminate in their own separate roofs.
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