A textbook example of Carpenter Gothic, this wood-framed, gable-fronted clapboard church has Gothic-arched windows, a tall metal shingle-clad steeple on a wood-shingled mansard base with an unusual pointed cornice that accentuates the steeple's windows.
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First Presbyterian Church
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