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Mullica Hill Methodist Episcopal Church
Mullica Hill, Gloucester County



In 1848 the Methodists built this small, interesting church. The front door is unusual—few churches have glass doors, and the Gothic treatment of the windows is something I have not seen elsewhere. The squat tower is common to many Greek Revival buildings, as well as the pediment and the shallow-pitched roof.

 

 

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