Preservation Photos #219


The picturesque village green of Newfane, VT.


8 thoughts on “Preservation Photos #219

      • Paula Sagerman says:

        Union Hall (on left) was built in 1832, and the First Congo Church (to its right), 1839. Neither has been altered (although the church has a new rear addition). They are good examples of structures built during the transitional Greek Revival/Gothic Revival period for churches. Union Hall did start out as a church but it didn’t last long. It was abandoned for a while, then converted to a public meeting house in 1872. Town Meetings are held there every other year.

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