Judson Memorial Church, 4140 Harriet Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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  "The exterior presents a most artistic and substantial appearance with its brown stained weatherboards, rough cast work, leaded glass windows, and ample entrance. The interior consists of a basement under the whole building, an audience room seating 200 and a lecture room which will be used for prayer meetings and social purposes. A pleasing feature of the interior is the open truss roof and the harmony of color in decoration of ceiling and walls. It is heated with a furnace and lighted with electricity. The total cost with furnishings was $6,000." <ref>The Miracle on 41st Street
  "The exterior presents a most artistic and substantial appearance with its brown stained weatherboards, rough cast work, leaded glass windows, and ample entrance. The interior consists of a basement under the whole building, an audience room seating 200 and a lecture room which will be used for prayer meetings and social purposes. A pleasing feature of the interior is the open truss roof and the harmony of color in decoration of ceiling and walls. It is heated with a furnace and lighted with electricity. The total cost with furnishings was $6,000." <ref>The Miracle on 41st Street
1909-1984 A 75 Year History of Judson Church by Thomas W. Balcom Presented at the Diamond Anniversary Celebration 12/13/1984</ref>
1909-1984 A 75 Year History of Judson Church by Thomas W. Balcom Presented at the Diamond Anniversary Celebration 12/13/1984</ref>
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Judson Memorial Church

Judson Memorial Church
Address: 4101 Harriet Avenue S
Neighborhood/s: Kingfield, Minneapolis, Minnesota
City/locality-
State/province
Minneapolis, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Hennepin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1909
Primary Style: Gothic
Historic Function: Religious/Place of worship
Historic Function: Church
Other Historic Function: Church
Current Function: Religious/Place of worship
Current Function: Church
Other Current Function: Church
Architect or source of design: Harry Wild Jones
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick

Kingfield Minneapolis Hennepin

Judson Memorial Church, 4140 Harriet Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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JUDSON CHAPEL DESCRIBED

Harry W. Jones used a gothic architectural style in his design of the Judson Memorial Chapel.

It was described in a December, 1907 newspaper article about the chapel's dedication as follows:

"The exterior presents a most artistic and substantial appearance with its brown stained weatherboards, rough cast work, leaded glass windows, and ample entrance. The interior consists of a basement under the whole building, an audience room seating 200 and a lecture room which will be used for prayer meetings and social purposes. A pleasing feature of the interior is the open truss roof and the harmony of color in decoration of ceiling and walls. It is heated with a furnace and lighted with electricity. The total cost with furnishings was $6,000." [1]

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