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St. Mary's Catholic School-Sinai Hebrew Synagogue, 209 North Henderson Street, Jefferson, Marion County, TX

St. Mary's Catholic School-Sinai Hebrew Synagogue, 209 North Henderson Street, Jefferson, Marion County, TX

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Significance: Both buildings are representative of the Classical influence in the vernacular architecture of the South.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-62
Survey number: HABS TX-141
Building/structure dates: ca. 18t4 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Graham, W F, J
Brosius, Jefferson




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