Radnor Friends Meeting forms an important part of the evolution of the regional meetinghouse. Belonging to the Welsh branch of the denomination, its south-facing orientation; low, relatively crudely cut stone walls; square plan; and high roof are hallmarks of its antiquity. The meeting was extended with a west addition around 1800, at the same time that Old Haverford ( DE38) was altered, but the later wing does not match the gable height or pitch. Following the urban model, an operable wood screen was added between the east and west rooms; it is the more modern west room that is now usually used for meetings.
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Radnor Friends Meetinghouse
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