One hundred thirty-three years have passed and this one is still standing in Sedalia, Missouri. Progress has downed several buildings around it, creating parking lots in the process, but Calvary Episcopal Church is a survivor. Just a few photos for this Thursday Doors and little hype. I have always admired the beautiful stained glass and the building itself as a whole. A lovely testament that early Sedalians intended to stay.
West door facing Ohio Street
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Sometimes it’s the position that a door is placed that draws your attention.
In my opinion, whoever designed this building was wanting to have a good view of 3 corners of that street. And they got it.
Formerly a “Bank” building as the sign indicates. If I’m correct in my footwork, currently a city offices location. Located in downtown Glasgow, Missouri. Listed on the National Register of Historical Buildings.
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I took a step back in time this week for the photo challenge. During our youngest daughter’s graduation party, a few photos were taken inside Hotel Bothwell.
Responsible for it’s establishment in 1927 was local historical figure, John H. Bothwell.
The Ballroom has it’s own ambience with the details and warmth.
But those chandeliers!!!
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