York architect Dempwolf and local builder Miller collaborated on this eclectic medieval style brick church. A single square Romanesque Revival clock tower and belfry flank the right side of the wide gable-fronted church with its Gothic rose window and entrance porch. Along the sides, the five roundarched windows are separated by buttresses reinforcing the exposed ornamental timbers in the church ceiling.
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First Lutheran Church
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