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Centenary-Chenango Street United Methodist Church, Binghamton

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438 Chenango Street, Binghamton, NY 13901

Website: https://centenarychenangostreet.wordpress.com/

Date of Construction: 1900-1949

Style: Italian Gothic

Architect / Builder: Lacey & Bartoo; Cummings


108-year-old edifice is a landmark on the North Side of Binghamton. The stained-glass windows are from the Haskins Studios in Rochester, N.Y. and are original to the building. A large two story arched stained glass window is centered on the facade. The interior has been maintained in its original appearance retaining a high degree of architectural integrity.

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