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Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC

Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, Orange County, NC



Significance: Typical of early Gothic Revival churches in the United States, some decorative details being faithful to the spirit of European Gothic. It was one time believed that the building was designed by Richard Upjohn.
Survey number: HABS NC-195
Building/structure dates: 1843-1848 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Boucher, Jack E
North Carolina State College, sponsor
Cooper, Robert E, historian
Walter, Lloyd G, delineator
Hobson, George B, delineator


Chapel Hill35.91462, -79.04989
Google Map of 35.9146181, -79.0498872


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