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Title: First Baptist Church, Nantucket, Massachusetts
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Title: First Baptist Church, Nantucket, Massachusetts
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Creator: Droog, Deborah W
Publisher: Preservation Institute: Nantucket
Place of Publication: Nantucket, Mass.
Copyright Date: 1990
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Subject: Architecture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Architecture -- Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102930
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Main
        Page 1
    Basement plan
        Page 2
    First floor plan
        Page 3
    South elevation and section
        Page 4
    Front door detail and east elevation
        Page 5
    Stained glass window detail and west elevation
        Page 6
    Pilaster and tower details
        Page 7
    Molding profiles
        Page 8
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THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HAS BEEN iN CONTINUOUS USE BY THE
NANTUCKET BAPTIST CHURCH SOCIETY SINCE ITS COMPLETION IN
1841. BUILT AT THE HEIGHT OF THE GREEK REVIVAL STYLE ON
NANTUCKET, THE WHITE CLAPBOARD CHURCH BUILDING WAS
DETAILED WITH COLOSSAL PILASTERS RATHER THAN THE PORTICO
WHICH HAD BEEN PLAN N ED. THE BRACED FRAM E STRUCTURE AND
OUEEN POST TRUSSES WERE FABRICATED IN CHERRYFIELD, MAINE.
DAMAGED BY A HURRICANE I N 1962, THE THREE TIE RED TOWER WAS
RESTORED WITHOUT THE STEEPLE. THE ORIGINAL TROMPE L'OEIL
ILLUSION OF A COLUMNED, VAULTED, COFFERED APSE WAS REPLACED
IN 1912 BY A STEERE AND SON ORGAN. EIGHT NOTEWORTHY STAINED
GLASS WINDOWS WERE ADDED FROM 1925 TO 1962.


THIS PROJECT WNAS UNDERTAKEN DURING THE SUMMER OF 1989 AND
COMPLETED DUfMING THE SUMMER OF 1990 BY THE PRESERVATION
INSTITUTE: NANib~TUCET, SUSAN TATE,AIA, DIRECTOR. THE PROJECT
WAS SUPERVrSED BY F.BLAIR REEVES, FAIA AND GREGORY A. HALL,
R.A. MEMBERS OF THE TEAM INCLUDED JEAN BAADEN,CAL. STATE
LONG BEACH, MARKd F. CUTONE, SYRACUSE UNIV., MARTHA DE NTON ,
UNIV. OF FLORID~A, DEBORAH W. DROOG, RANDOLPH MACON WOMANIS
COLLEGE, ELLYN GOiLDKIND, TULANE UNIV., BRUNO JULLIAN, ECOLE
D'ARCH. DE PARIS-BELLEVILLE, JOHN PERKINS, WASHINGTON AND
LEE, ROBERT RIVERS, GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV., AND DANA
SHAPIRO, BOSTONI aRCHITECTURAL CENTER.


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