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St. John's Church, Waldrop, State Route 22, .5 mile West of U.S. Route 15, Waldrop, Louisa County, VA

St. John's Church, Waldrop, State Route 22, .5 mile West of U.S. Route 15, Waldrop, Louisa County, VA

 
 
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This documentation was completed for a class at the University of Virginia & subsequently donated to the HABS collection.
Significance: St. John's Church stands as a well-preserved, little-altered example of the Piedmont Classical Revival Church. This building reflects the continuation of Jeffersonian architectural ideas well into the fourth decade of the Nineteenth Century. / St. John's Church, Waldrop (Protestant Episcopal), in its rural setting, is evocative of the spirit of the antebellum Piedmont. Dating from 1845, this simple yet gracious Classical Revival structure survives in well-preserved condition, with original trim, pews, communion rail, and hardware in tact. The building has experienced only a few very minor alterations through the years. Unfortunately, St. John's Church is no longer in regular use.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-314
Survey number: HABS VA-1202
Building/structure dates: 1845 Initial Construction

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Nelson, Louis, project manager
Price, Virginia Barrett, transmitter
Snyder, Rebecca, historian
Ballo, Rebeccah, historian
Terry, Janey, historian
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