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Landmark Church, Binghamton

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126 Court St, Binghamton, NY 13901

Website: https://www.thelandmarkchurch.com/

Date of Construction: 1866

Style: Gothic Revival

Architect / Builder: Perry, Isaac


Built in 1866 in the Gothic style constructed of Syracuse limestone and brick. The church was designed by architect Isaac G. Perry and is part of the Court St. Historic District. Architectural details include carved wood friezes, heartwood cherry ceiling and stained glass cathedral art memorial windows from Munich, Germany. Tower was removed in the 1930’s. Site of historic 1913 women’s suffrage convention.

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