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St Paul's [Episcopal] Church
East Orange, Essex County




There are not a lot of faux Tudor churches in the state, but this one works rather well. It was organized as St Paul's in 1870, but the name was changed to St Agnes' and St Paul's Church later. The church was erected in 1893-96.
     It is a rather plain stone building with this Tudor façade.

 

 

 

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