Chapel on the hill

Clark, E.
December 1991
Yankee;Dec91, Vol. 55 Issue 12, p106
Describes St. Elphege's Chapel on Gunn Mountain in Winchester, N.H., built by retired Rev. Robert Harvey on his property. Use of woodshed; How chapel was built; Services using old Episcopal liturgy.


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