Like the Daniel Lady Farm and so many other buildings around town, the Gettysburg Presbyterian Church became a hospital for wounded soldiers, but again, it was a stop by Lincoln – and later, another U.S. president – that makes this church so historic. Our 16th President stopped here for a political event after his famous address, and 100 years later, the 34th President, Eisenhower, and the first lady became members of this congregation. The pews for both presidents are marked today with plaques.
Note shadowing on the spire and (white) wood soffit and facia. On 1″ thick white oak floor plank.