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The worship area was on the second floor of the 1896 chapel building, and featured beautiful plaster work among Corinthian columns. Above the altar is a central dome with an oculus.

I noticed the ceiling seemed to have been lowered at some point; the ornate arches of the original structure can be seen revealed on the left, and a florescent light fixture can be seen installed on the right.

Wallpaper of the abandoned James Clemens House

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