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Congregational Church, Crete, NE

March 20, 2017

More often than not, the corner entry is dominated by a substantial tower announcing the point of access and/or lifting the bells for maximum sound distribution. Here at the Presbyterian church in Crete, Nebraska, however, a simple clipped corner accomplishes an equally impressive statement. The auxiliary entry, near the left edge of the image, occurs at the junction of auditorium and Sunday school.

Woods & Cordner of Lincoln were the architects in 1909. A site devoted to Nebraska architect’s biographies includes sixteen churches among their known works.

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