Preservation Photos #165


   The New Haven Congregational Church in New Haven, VT, constructed 1929 after the 1890 structure was destroyed by fire. The architectural style can be described as Ne0-Gothic. It was designed and built by Clinton Smith, a well known architect in Addison County. 


6 thoughts on “Preservation Photos #165

  1. Mark says:

    The first thing I noticed about this church was its accessibility. If it was an afterthought, it was extremely well done, incorporating liberal landscaping to make it appear natural and unobtrusive.

  2. Ann Cousins says:

    Good comment on the accessibility! Kaitlin, is there a way that PIP could collect good accessibility examples?

    • Kaitlin says:

      Hi Ann,

      Great idea. It’ll take a while to scour through all of the images I have, but I’ll put it on the to-do list and keep an eye out in my travels.

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