Town Hall and Elm Street Congregational Church, Southbridge, Massachusetts
- Town Hall and Elm Street Congregational Church, Southbridge, Massachusetts
Tree lined intersection of Elm and Dresser streets, Southbridge. The Romanesque Revival style Town Hall, on the left, was built in 1888. The architect for the edifice was A.P. Cutting of Worcester. The building has an imposing tower. The Elm Street Congregational Church, the second one built, in 1885, located on the corner of Elm and Park streets. The first church was a wooden colonial style structure, built in 1821. A clear view of the steeple and ornamental tower is shown. During the hurricane, September 21st, 1938, the steeple was torn off the building. There is an electric pole in the foreground.
- Pease, Aaron, H.
June 6, 1903
- Jacob Edwards Library
- Collection (local):
Photographic Collection of the Jacob Edwards Library
Historic buildings--New England
Central business districts--Massachusetts--Southbridge
Architecture--United States--19th century
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Is part of the photographic collection of the Jacob Edwards Library, Southbridge, Massachusetts. http://www.jacobedwardslibrary.org
Image from page 2 of the A.H. Pease album #2