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The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)(Credit: Karl de Vries)

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Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh

Completed in 1837, the Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis and is now the focus of a rehabilitation effort by local residents.