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unknown Church
South Amboy, Middlesex County

  

Prominently located at Second and Stevens in South Amboy, this substantial church displays two signs—library and Hibernian—although it doesn't appear that either was very actively pursued when I made this photograph. It was probably built in the 1880s, and it may have served a Baptist congregation as I found some indication that a Baptist church was located in this vicinity.

 

 

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