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Congregational Church, Elkhart, IN

May 15, 2017

There’s something decidedly interesting going on in this photo. The framed panel ought to be where access to the Sunday school space ought to be, but that doesn’t appear to be a movable wall. The darker doorways on the extreme left and right are more likely access into the entry vestibules.


The exterior of this building (from other on-line images) is a more or less traditional Gothic Revival design with architect E. Hill Turnock’s name associated with it. Some readers may recognize his name as a designer of several “Prairie School” buildings in Elkhart and, before that, “The Brewster” apartments on Chicago’s north side.

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