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First Presbyterian Church (now United Christian Presbyterian Church)
This low brick church with stone details has the character of a late nineteenth-century English Victorian village or country church. The windows with their stone lintels are either square headed or display a wide pointed arch. Above the first floor, the entrance tower is shingled and four corner finials embrace the tall spire.
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