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Presbyterian Church, Enid, OK

September 18, 2016


The second church for Enid’s M.E. congregation has been in the database almost from the beginning—a matter of faith. Built in 1907, it was replaced about twenty years later, with very little on-line information. Postcard view habitually show it from the street corner and obscure any elements that might be clues to an Akron component.

Today, however, this RPPC materialized and, though it is oxidized, I was please to note the Sunday School partition on the right side, in the closed position. I can confirm its entry now and move forward in the search for an architect.

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