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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

1905 and 1908: TRENTON'S FOURTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
















 This historic edifice still stands the test of time. Even though the ultra needle type steeple was knocked down many years ago by a lightning strike, the sturdy brick walls remain much like they did when the church was built in 1858. The 1905 photo above is from a penny post card and the graphic was quite faded. Thanks to Photo Shop, it has been restored to its former glory,






 






BACK IN CIRCULATION - SLOWLY RESTORING DELETED GRAPHICS




I have spent the better part of 3 months trying to catch up with a problem on this site that resulted in the removal of MANY graphics from the 2009 - 2011 era. There have been many questions relating to that dreaded triangle with an "!" in the center, indicating that the graphic was deleted. I have no idea why it happened and it is impossible to get a contact with the Google Blogger personnel.It is a very time consuming project and there are still MANY more to restore but I have decided that it is much more logical to continue on with current posting and gradually replace those graphics which are still missing as time permits.


BOTTOM LINE:

We're back and you can start to look for regular posts! Thanks for your patience.

Tom Glover