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 Area and location plans
 First floor
 Reflected ceiling plan
 Nave truss ; truss brackets ; gusset...
 Longitudinal sections
 Sections and column
 Window elevations and plans ; molding...
 Door elevations and plans ; molding...
 Communion rail ; chancel rail ;...
 Pulpit and lectern details
 Bishop's chair














Title: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Nantucket, Massachusetts
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 Material Information
Title: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Nantucket, Massachusetts
Physical Description: Archival
Language: English
Creator: Woodcock, Julie
Publisher: Preservation Institute: Nantucket
Place of Publication: Nantucket, Mass
Copyright Date: 1994
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Subject: Architecture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Architecture -- Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102931
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Table of Contents
    Area and location plans
        Page 1
    First floor
        Page 2
    Reflected ceiling plan
        Page 3
    Nave truss ; truss brackets ; gusset plate
        Page 4
    Longitudinal sections
        Page 5
    Sections and column
        Page 6
    Window elevations and plans ; molding profiles
        Page 7
    Door elevations and plans ; molding profiles
        Page 8
    Communion rail ; chancel rail ; moldings
        Page 9
    Pulpit and lectern details
        Page 10
    Bishop's chair
        Page 11
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ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH WAS COMMISSIONED BY MISS
CAROLINE L.W. FRENCH OF BOSTON IN MEMORY OF HER FATHER.
THE STRUCTURE WAS DESIGNED BY J.W. NORTHRUP OF
BRIDGEPORT, CT. THE CORNERSTONE WAS LAID ON SEPTEMBER 5,
1901 AND THE CHURCH WAS CONSECRATED ON JUNE I 1, 1902.
THE BUILDING REMAINS VIRTUALLY UNCHANGED FROM THE TIME
OF CONSTRUCTION AND STILL CONTAINS THE ORIGINAL TIFFANY
STAINED GLASS WINDOWS, ASH WAINSCOTING AND OAK
FURNITURE INSTALLED IN 1902. THE CHURCH IS A UNIQUE
EXAM PLE OF RO MANESQUE ARCHITECTURE, STAND IN G AM ON G THE
TYPICAL SHINGLED HOUSES WHICH CHARACTERIZE NANTUCKET
ISLAND. DUE TO EXTERIOR MASONRY RESTORATION AND
RENOVATION ACTIVITY, THIS DOCUMENTATION PROJECT FOCUSES
ON THE INTERIOR SPACES AND FEATURES OF THE CHURCH.


THIS PROJECT WAS PART OF THE 19c4 SUMM ER PRO GRAM OF THE
PRESERVATION INSTITUTE: NANTUCKET, R. WAYNE DRUMMOND,
AIA, INTERIM DIRECTOR. THE PROJECT WAS SUPERVISED BY
GREGORY A. HALL, AIA AND J. SCOTT FINN, RA. TEAM MEMBERS
IN CLUDED: AMY GERHARD (RA ND OLPH-MA CON WOMAN'S
COLLEGE), RYAN GORDON (TULANE UNIVERSITY DAVID HASTY
(UNNIVESITY OF FLDRIDA), ERIC HODGE (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA),
CHRISTINE MARMO (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), NED MILLER
(CORNELL UNIVERSITY), KIRK RANZETTA (MARY WASHINGTON
COLLEGE), MARK SMITH (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA), JENNIFER
VARGISH (FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY), 8 JULE
WOODCOCK (UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA). SPECIAL THANKS ARE
EXTENDED TO THE REV. ANDREW FOSTER, THE STAFF AND
CONGREGATION OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE
AND SUPPORT OF THIS EFFORT. RECOGNITION IS GIVEN TO FRANK E.
KINSEY (CHATHAM,MA), HONORARY MEMBER OF THE Pl:N CLASS
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