A keyhole arch at Trinity Church

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Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts / Julie Cook / 2014

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Hi, my name is Julie. I'm a 57 year old wife, mom and a retired educator. I was a high school art teacher for almost 31 years. I was lovingly given the nickname "cookie" by my students--hence the title of this blog. For a more detailed profile of who I am ---my interests and passions--- please see the "About" page regarding what makes the life of a "Cookie'

2 thoughts on “A keyhole arch at Trinity Church

  1. Like this very much. Odd to see the stumpy columns on top of the more standard ones around the door. And no tympanum? Looks as if one is missing — removed? Or perhaps intended but never completed?

    1. I don’t know much about the architectural history of the Church but that the present building came about in the late 1800’s–I was just really taken by the church as its architecture as it was not customary of what I would have expected to find in a Colonial entrenched city such as Boston—

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