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Hagerstown, Maryland, St. John's Episcopal Church, Carved Oak Reredos and Choir Section
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From www.stjohnshagerstown.org: The most striking interior appointment of Saint John's is the magnificent carved oak reredos with a central bronze panel. This, along with a communion table, a bishop's chair, credence table, and Resurrection window in the sanctuary were gifts of Mrs. Henry Rosenberg, the former Mollie MacGill, in 1898, as memorials to members of her family. The reredos and communion table produced by Swiss wood carvers in the Black Forest of Germany had been brought to this country for display at the 1893 Columbian Exposition. Saint John's also has a magnificent organ Built by the M. P. Moller Company (1927) with 68 Stops; 60 Ranks and 3,377 Pipes.
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Hochgeladen: 18/09/2011
Aktualisiert: 26/06/2014
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