|Virginia Mid-Century Modern Churches|
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|St. Mary's Infant Home School [gone]
|St. Mary's Infant Home School was probably built in the 1960s. These photos are from 2005. By 2007, the building was vacant. By 2012, the building had been demolished.|
|The Arlington Temple / United Methodist Church was built in 1971. The church had the lower level of their building designed as a gas station. The gas station rents the space which helps the church with fund-raising. When these photos were taken in 2007, there was a Chevron station there. By 2011, it was a Sunoco station. For more, see this website. [map]|
More Virginia Mid-Century Modern Churches:
Zion Union Baptist Church (Charlottesville) [map]
St. Lawrence Catholic Church (Franconia) [map]
Houston Chapel at Randolph College (Lynchburg) [map]
Peakland Place Baptist Church (Lynchburg)
St. Pius X Church (Norfolk)
Marine Corps Memorial Chapel (Quantico)
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Mid-Century Modern Buildings
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