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Perspectives

Making new history at Trinity Church

By Christine Temin
Globe Staff / June 9, 2004

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Until the 1870s, New England church architecture was either meetinghouse plain or vaguely Gothic. The 1877 opening of Trinity Church in Copley Square changed that forever. Here was a house of God that was unashamedly ornate. Pompeian red was the dominant interior color, with bands of other hues, gold among them, adding richness and setting off a dizzying, dazzling array ... (Full Article: 1194 Words)

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