426 Oakland Avenue
City Directories and History: 1917 – NA, 1936 – Grace Lutheran Church, 1963 – Grace Lutheran Church
The Herald reported on May 19, 1925 – “That the Lutherans will build a new church on the corner of Oakland and Aiken. They previously purchased the lot for $5,000. The congregation is currently raising funds to cover the estimate of $35,000. construction cost. The church membership is 45 people and Rev. H.A. Schroeder is pastor.”
The Herald reported on Aug,
22, 1925 – “That the contract has been signed for the new Lutheran Church at the corner of Aiken and Oakland. It is to be constructed of Winnsboro Granite, and the contractor is J.P. Little and Sons of Charlotte, N.C. for a price of $30,000. The church will seat 350. Plans were drafted by Walker and Hunter (N.G. Walker of Rock Hill and L.L. Hunter, Jr. of Charlotte). See additional information on York County’s architects at: YC Architects
The Herald reported on Sept. 29, 1925 – “The Herald published a sketch of the new Lutheran church.”
The Herald reported on Oct. 2, 1925 -“That the new Lutheran church is well under way.”
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