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The First Presbyterian Church


category : Historic Churches
The First Presbyterian Church Designed by Charles W. Squires and built in 1897. The limestone block construction with multiple towers and large mitered, arched stained glass windows is typical of the Victorian influence. This church is an example of the Richardson Romanesque style.


Address: 802 Commercial

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Lyon County Historical Museum & Gift Gallery

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