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First Presbyterian Church


category : Historic Churches
First Presbyterian Church When the First Presbyterian Church was completed in 1916, the congregation started the service that day in the old church located at 129 E. Church and walked to the new Church to end the service.

The interior woodwork and 1916 San Francisco World's Fair chandelier were donated by Thomas A. Miller.


Address: 4 East College

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