First Presbyterian Church (Utica, New York)

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First Presbyterian Church
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First Presbyterian Church (Utica, New York) is located in New York
First Presbyterian Church (Utica, New York)
Location Utica, New York
Coordinates 43°5′29″N 75°15′1″W / 43.09139°N 75.25028°W / 43.09139; -75.25028Coordinates: 43°5′29″N 75°15′1″W / 43.09139°N 75.25028°W / 43.09139; -75.25028
Built 1899 (McKinnon House); 1920 (church)
Architect C. Edward Vosbury (McKinnon House); Ralph Adams Cram (church)
Architectural style Colonial Revival, Beaux Arts, Other
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 88002172[1]
Added to NRHP November 3, 1988

The First Presbyterian Church (Utica, NY) and its related McKinnon House were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.[1] The property is located at 1605 Genesee Street in Utica, New York, at the corner of Faxton Street and Genesee Street. The structures are notable for their early twentieth century design and architecture.[2]

The church was designed by Boston architect Ralph Adams Cram and built in 1920. The McKinnon House was designed by Binghamton architect C. Edward Vosbury and built in 1899.[2]

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