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First Methodist Church (now United Methodist Church)
A post-World War II version of a Georgian church was brought up to date here by references to the 1930s Art Deco Moderne. The building's most decidedly Moderne feature is its tower composed of a square base surmounted by vertical and horizontal layered drums.
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