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The pictures below are examples of architectural designs on the First Baptist Church.
|Decorative symbols above front entrance at First Baptist Church. This is an example of of a geometric pattern typical of the Art Deco/Romantic style.|
|A decorative symbol on the doors at the main entrance of the church. This is an example of of a geometric pattern typical of the Art Deco/Romantic style.|
|A plaque designates one of Douglas Ellington's historic buildings as a National Historic Place. The National Historic Register is the Nations official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.|
|A light fixture in front of the First Baptist Church. Also visible is the pink Georgia marble used to make the foundation of the church. This is a example of elaborate ornamentation used at a dramatic doorway in a art Deco/Romantic style .|
|The First Baptist Church roof is constructed of red and green tiles. It looks like the copper cupola on the tower is melting because when coppers oxidizes it turns green and the copper oxide washes out over the tiles when it rains. This causes the greenish discoloration of the roof.|