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- Historic Architecture and Landscapes of Georgia: The Hubert Bond Owens and John Linley Image Collections at the Owens Library
- Stacy Presbyterian Church (Greenville, Ga.)
- Owens, Hubert B.
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- Queen Anne Style
Wood (plant material)
Presbyterian church buildings
- United States, Georgia, Meriwether County, Greenville, 33.02874, -84.71298
- Still Image
- Located at: 645 Rocky Mount Road, Greenville, Ga.
This assymetrical Victorian wood frame church features a round tower with cone shaped roof and gingerbread decoration along the eaves. The entablature and pediment of the small off-center entrance portico is supported by three slender posts at each corner. A large fanlight window is centered in the pediment of the main structure. Opposite the entrance on the front of the main structure is a round bay with a partly conical roof mirroring the roof of the tower. Slender rectangular windows with square windows above line the front and sides of the church. The Presbyterians built the Stacy Presbyterian Church on the present site purchased in 1886. The Stacy Church was destroyed by a cyclone in 1893 and rebuilt the same year. For more information see Pinkston, Regina P. A Historical Account of Meriwether County, 1827-1974. Greenville, Ga.: Gresham Printing Co., c1974, p. 139, 148.
Slide annotated: "Greenville, Ga. Presbyterian Ch."
Date of structure: 1893.
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- Bibliographic Citation (Cite As):
- Cite as: [title of image], Hubert B. Owens Collection, Box 41, Owens Library, School of Environment and Design, The University of Georgia
- 1 slide : color
- Holding Institution:
- Owens Library