Designed by the son of Richard Upjohn of New York City, this church is an exceptional example of Stick Style, more commonly found in the Northeast and popular for Episcopal churches. The bell tower tucked against the crossing denotes the entrance and the two-toned textured facades with shingles and half-timbered treatment make for a picturesque building. The roof over the broad interior space is spanned by scissor trusses that fan outward from the crossing.
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St. James Episcopal Church
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