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McEneny’s talk to focus on church, Nott

Mrs. Eugene Carson Blake and Albany painter David Lithgow built this diorama of the First Presbyterian Church of Albany in 1935. The diorama will be on display at the Albany Institute of History & Art.
Mrs. Eugene Carson Blake and Albany painter David Lithgow built this diorama of the First Presbyterian Church of Albany in 1935. The diorama will be on display at the Albany Institute of History & Art.
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In Schenectady, the name Eliphalet Nott is synonymous with Union College. In Albany, however, the first thing the name brings to mind might be the large brownstone, romanesque structure that occupies the corner of State and Willett streets. The First Presbyterian Church of Albany, celebrating its 250th year, will be the subject of a talk given by retired state legislator Jack McEneny on Sunday at the Albany Institute of History & Art. A portion of ...


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