William Walton's crowning building accomplishment was the Episcopal church. Among the important Carpenter's Gothic village churches in the state, this otherwise very plain box, now vinyl sided, displays a notable extravagance in the folding of gabled and splayed shapes to make an attenuated bell tower.
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St. Thomas Episcopal Church
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