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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lindsay
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Item Types
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Description
The St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and School was built at 40 William Street North, Lindsay, Ontario in 1887. The land for the church was donated in 1885 by William Needler. The Church School building was erected in 1900.

"St. Andrew's was designed by William Duffus, a Lindsay Architect. It was built in 1887 at a cost of $24,000. When viewed at a distance from across the Scugog River, the building is romantically reminiscent of the keep of a medieval castle." - Taken from Lindsay Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee (LACAC) postcard.
Notes
See also Calendars Fonds, February 1988.
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Language of Item
English
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190 Kent St W.
Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6
(705) 324-5632
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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lindsay


The St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and School was built at 40 William Street North, Lindsay, Ontario in 1887. The land for the church was donated in 1885 by William Needler. The Church School building was erected in 1900.

"St. Andrew's was designed by William Duffus, a Lindsay Architect. It was built in 1887 at a cost of $24,000. When viewed at a distance from across the Scugog River, the building is romantically reminiscent of the keep of a medieval castle." - Taken from Lindsay Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee (LACAC) postcard.