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Christian Church, Terre Haute, IN

August 19, 2017

Protestant church architecture in the early 20th century is often mistaken for secular use. This Christian church in Terre Haute, Indiana could just as easily be a Masonic temple and a place of Christian worship.

The names of two architects are connected here: Alfred Grindle seems to have been the original architect in 1910, but there were significant alterations and enlargements fifteen years later by Johnson, Miller, Miller & Yeager. Both firms were situated in Terre Haute. The church stood at the northeast corner of Seventh and Mulberry streets, but has now become a parking lot for Indiana State University.


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