#FlashbackFriday Oak & Winslow, Before I-71

Did you know the New Church of Montgomery used to be known as the Society of the New Jerusalem, and once had a handsome church downtown? Eminent domain caused the church to be demolished in order to literally “pave the way” for Interstate 71.
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You can read more about this building and the early Cincinnati church in Carol Skinner Lawson’s essay, “It’s Not in Buildings,” contained within the book, “A Harvest of Women’s Wisdom,” edited by Alice B. Skinner, from Swedenborg Foundation Press.

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