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These photos originally appeared on bluegold_logo_60.GIF (404 bytes) in February 2001.

Quilt by Emily H. Cooper hangs in the lobby of the Earlham School of Religion. The African-American congregation of Bethel A.M.E. Church at South B & 6th in Richmond has worshiped at this location since 1868.
This elegant mansion along Main Street in Richmond was built by Henry Gennett, President of the Starr Piano Company and the Gennett Recording Company. This sculpture, by local art teacher, Mike Rodal, greets visitors to the Indiana Football Hall of Fame Museum.

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On this page: Lion lies with the lamb quilt which hangs at the Earlham School of Religion.    Bethel A.M.E. Church at South B and 6th Street. The Henry Gennett Mansion on Main Street features yellow brick with two story columned portico.


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