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[Church Construction]

Description: Copy negative of the Danevang Lutheran Church being reconstructed in Danevang, Texas. There are construction workers and a large truck with equipment visible, as well as trees and shrubs in the background.
Date: 1946/1947
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society

[Chapel]

Description: (Back of Photo) The Chapel - as you remember our old church, it is the east end of main church and is opened up for more seating - Really it is always open and a part of the church - but can be closed off for smaller services. From the William Blackshear collection, which was donated to the Palestine Public Library.
Date: unknown
Partner: Palestine Public Library

Looking down into Little Chapel

Description: A large wooden frame with a photograph looking down into a chapel is visible. The photograph contains elaborate lights and stained-glass windows, a partial view of the ceiling and walls of the chapel, pews, and pulpit.
Date: unknown
Creator: Carruth Studio
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Interior view of Little Chapel-in-the-Woods]

Description: Light shines through the stained-glass windows on the side of the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods of Texas State College for Women. Several rows of pews, a pulpit, lectern, and piano are also visible. The entrance to the chapel stands open in the background, and the large round stained-glass window is located in the brick wall above the door. Several ornate lamps hang from the ceiling.
Date: unknown
Creator: Carruth, C.E.
Partner: Denton Public Library

[Exterior of Little Chapel-in-the-Woods]

Description: A stone pathway leads to the doors of the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods of Texas State College for Women, now known as Texas Woman's University. The brick building possesses a large round stained-glass window on the front above the door and a cross on the roof.
Date: unknown
Creator: Carruth Studio
Partner: Denton Public Library

Minter's Chapel

Description: Soon after lay Minister Green W. Minter (1803-1887) moved here about 1854, he helped organize Minter's Chapel Methodist Church. His son-in-law James Cate set aside 4.1 acres here for a church and burial ground. The early log meetinghouse was replaced in 1882 by a frame structure.
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room

[Interior of Little-Chapel-in-the-Woods]

Description: The interior of the Little-Chapel-in-the-Woods of Texas Woman's University contains several rows of pews, a lectern, pulpit, piano, and an organ. A large ornate stained-glass window is visible in the background. A few intricate lamps hang from the ceiling.
Date: unknown
Creator: Carruth Studio
Partner: Denton Public Library