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Cornhill Methodist Episcopal Church, Rochester, NY

October 19, 2018

Among Rochester’s many excellent examples of the Richardsonian Romanesque was Cornhill M.E., once picturesquely sited on the verge of Lunsford Circle Park. The building was gifted to another denomination, which then suffered a series of suspicious fires. Today it is a romantic shell of its former Richardsonian glory.

The architect in 1894 was announced to be H. L. Larzelere, which is unknown to me.

Another example of Larzelere’s work is the more modest Presbyterian church in Charlotte, NY

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