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Temple Beth-El (Grove Avenue Presbyterian Church)
This building began as a Colonial Revival church but in the 1940s was converted into the Temple Beth-El. The remodeled facade facing Grove Street appears as an abstracted or stripped Moderne–Colonial Revival composition with large pilasters.
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