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Bethlehem United Church of Christ
Glassboro, Gloucester County

This small brick-veneered church, now the Bethlehem United Church of Christ, may have been erected in 1865, which is the date on its cornerstone. However, the building's brick veneer is clearly of a later date. The window frames, however, may be original, which led me to grant that we may have a mid-nineteenth century building here. It is located on Union and Church Streets.

 

 

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