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This quote is surprising: "Like the trees of the original grove, the columns were positioned 18 feet from each other. Each column, 6-feet and 9-inches high, sprout an elongated triangle that supports the overhang, edged in copper. Additionally, the triangular module is incised with a design mimicking leaves."
And, a restoration architect waxes nearly poetic in describing the form and structure of the Pfeiffer Chapel. Most enlightening.
by Wallis Murphey Boyington Architects (https://wmb-roi.com)
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