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West Exeter Baptist Church (West Greevnville Branch Baptist Church)
The West Exeter Baptist Church is standard Greek Revival, minus cupola. It edges into Victorian, however. The doors, for example, are flanked not by suggestions of substantial piers supporting entablatures, but by the typical Victorian device of more lightly framed openings surmounted by bracketed hoods (although the brackets here are tiny).
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