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  • Subject: Presbyterians
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    • Antioch Baptist Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Baptist Churches; Presbyterians; Baptists; African Americans; Cedar Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Cedar Ave.; McMickle, Marvin; Antioch Baptist Church; Community service; Sabin, William Warren
    • Antioch Bapt. Ch. 8869 Cedar. (Formerly Bolton Avenue Presbyterian Church). 1892. Architect:William Warren Sabin
    • North Presbyterian

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Superior Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Coburn & Barnum; North Presbyterian Church
    • North Presbyterian Church. 4001 Superior Avenue. 1887. Architects: Coburn & Barnum
    • St. Timothy Missionary Baptist Church

    • Churches; Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Richardson Romanesque; Fairfax; Badgley, Sidney; Badgley, Sidney R.; First United Presbyterian Church; St. Timothy...
    • St.Timothy Bapt. Ch. 7101 Carnegie. 1891. Architect: Sidney R. Badgley. Formerly First United Presbyterian Church.
    • First Presbyterian (Old Stone) Church

    • Architecture, sacred; First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians
    • First Presbyterian Church (Old Stone Church). 91 Public Square. 1833. Architects: Heard & Porter. Interior designed by Charles Schweinfurth
    • Immanuel Presbyterian Church

    • Churches; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Collinwood; Gothic revival (architecture); East 156th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Immanuel Presbyterian Church; Maurer, Herman; Architecture, sacred
    • Immanuel Presbyterian Church 326 East 156th Street. 1925. Architect:Herman Maurer.
    • Church of the Covenant

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Cleveland; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Gothic revival (architecture); Church of the Covenant (Cleveland, Ohio); Euclid Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Cram & Ferguson
    • Church of the Covenant 11205 Euclid. 1909. Architects: Cram and Ferguson
    • St. Timothy Missionary Baptist Church

    • Churches; Scots; Carnegie Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Baptist churches; Baptists; African Americans; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Architecture, Romanesque; Richardson Romanesque; Fairfax; Badgley, Sidney R.; First United Presbyterian...
    • St.Timothy Bapt. Ch. 7101 Carnegie. 1891. Architect: Sidney R. Badgley. Formerly First United Presbyterian Church.
    • First Presbyterian (Old Stone Church)

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); First Presbyterian Church on the Public Square (Cleveland, Ohio); Old Stone Church (Cleveland, Ohio); Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Public...
    • First Presbyterian Church (Old Stone Church). 91 Public Square. 1833. Architects: Heard & Porter. Interior designed by Charles Schweinfurth.
    • North Presbyterian Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Churches; Presbyterian churches; Presbyterians; Superior Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio);
    • North Presbyterian Church. 4001 Superior Avenue. 1887. Architects: Coburn & Barnum

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