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First Congregational Church, Binghamton

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30 Main Street, Binghamton, NY 13905

Website: http://uccbinghamton.org/

Date of Construction: 1869

Style: Transitional Italianate-Gothic Revival

Architect / Builder: Perry, Isaac


Designed by Isaac Perry, built in 1869, enlarged in 1884. Historic marker identifies site as Peterson’s Tavern where Binghamton was incorporated in 1834. Remains of tavern wall still visible in basement. Dominant front gable and side towers open to the sanctuary of fluted wooden columns and arches that support the clerestory.

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