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Methodist Episcopal Church, Minot, ND

April 2, 2017

I suppose there are reasons why the A-A phenomenon passed over North Dakota: the proportion of mainstream Protestants, for example, or the popularity of the A-A not coinciding with the cycle of either new or replacement buildings.

This view of Minot, North Dakota was taken from the corner of Second Avenue and First Street S.E.; south is off toward the left. At the next intersection is St. Leo’s Roman Catholic, still there and looking much as it does here. This Methodist church is gone, however, has been replaced by a two-story commercial building. Diagonally opposite, behind the photographer, is the Carnegie Library; the church itself is facing what is now the Central High School.

Until I can locate a Sanborn Fire Insurance map, the only clue to a Sunday school wing is the secondary door at the far left.

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