St. Thomas Episcopal Church

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
Five photographs of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Bath, N.C. including three interior shots of the altar, pews, and door; the front sign; and an exterior shot. Between 1936 and 1939, St. Thomas Church was stabilized and restored by the Bath Restoration Committee under the leadership of the church's rector, the Reverend A.C.D. Noe. Its bulging walls were straightened, the foundation was reinforced, and the church received a new roof. Just as important, the Victorian era renovations were removed so that the church was once again much like it was when it had first been built--with the addition of electricity and modern heating and cooling. The following pictures were taken by Adrienne Dunning Rea of East Carolina University.
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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