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Redeemer Lutheran Church, Binghamton

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72 Main Street Binghamton, NY 13905

Website: http://redeemerbgm.org/

Date of Construction: 1911

Style: Mission

Architect / Builder: Walter H. Whitlock


Built in 1911 and designed by architect Walter H. Whitlock. The white masonry building is imbedded with a red cross facing Chapin Street. Congregation organized the first Lutheran Church in Binghamton. The church contains a mechanical action organ built by James Louder Inc. of Montreal, Canada.

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