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Holden Community Church

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Early 20th century

This utilitarian, rectangular church, its frame now covered with vinyl siding, stands across the road from the former company store. A slightly projecting tower with a pyramidal roof is offset from the center of the gabled facade.

Writing Credits

S. Allen Chambers Jr.

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