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German Presbyterian Church
South River, Middlesex County

  

There was no cornerstone for this interesting church, which I assume was built in the 1880s. It adapts elements from several styles, but with some naiveté so we would probably be justified in calling this a vernacular church.
Based on an old postcard, it appears that the building was originally the German Presbyterian Church.

 

 

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