St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Main Street
- St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Main Street
Image of stone church building showing the south and west sides of St. Paul's Episcopal Church on 11 Main Street in Hopkinton. It is Victorian and Gothic in its style of architecture, having arched stain glass windows and a vestry to the left with peaked bell tower and weather vane. The bell was a gift of The Fay School in Southborough, the land was donated by Sarah E. Whitin and the architect was Rev. H.G. Wood of Winthrop. The field stone came from the land of Mrs. Alfred Phipps. The corner stone was laid in 1898 and the building was consecrated on December 7, 1899.
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Hopkinton Public Library Treasure Room Collection
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Hopkinton, Mass.)
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Closet Box 8, File #12