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1945 Church of the Redeemer Congregational Church in Alton


Graul, R. K., “1945 Church of the Redeemer Congregational Church in Alton,” Madison Historical, accessed December 2, 2023,


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This photograph was taken in November 1945 as part of the commemoration of the Church of the Redeemer’s 75th anniversary. The church was first built in 1870 and was expanded in 1902. The building still stands at the intersection of Sixth and Henry Streets (600 Henry Street) in Alton, Illinois. As of July 2017, it is the site of the Whole Truth Church of Christ.


  • culture
  • Alton
  • churches
  • religion


Graul, R. K.


  • Schneider, Phillip and Renee


November 1945

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  • Photograph


  • Black and white photographic print
  • jpg

Physical Dimensions

7.9 x 10 (inches)


  • Alton
  • 1920s


  • Schneider-Phillip-Renee-P-0001
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