The facade of this academic Tudor Gothic stone church has a prominent tower to one side and a broad, arched window over its main entrance. Tapered wall buttresses add to the impression of strength and solidity. Designed by a Baltimore architect in a style generally seen a decade or so later, the church is named after one of its founding families and benefactors.
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Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church
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