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  early churches of New Jersey

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St. James' [Episcopal] Chapel
Cape May, Cape May County

   

Also known as the Church of the Ascension, this building, erected in 1865, is a curious mixture of styles. The window surrounds and oculus are in the Gothic tradition, but out-of-keeping (to my eye) with the vertical emphasis of the board-and-batten siding. The vestibule entrace is most unusual for an Episcopal church.

 

 

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