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A history of the establishment and the architecture of the English Lutheran Church (later the Trinity Lutheran Church) of Lawrence, Kansas, written by Cathy Ambler, December 1990. Ambler's history of the church was produced as a student paper for a University of Kansas course in Architecture.
This photocopied 63-page research paper was written by University of Kansas graduate student Cathy Ambler for a 1991 fall semester course in American Studies. Ambler's paper explores the economic and cultural history of the East Lawrence neighborhood of Lawrence, Kansas as related to the neighborhood's development and identity. Included are fifty-three illustrations of East Lawrence streets and buildings.
This volume, which is divided into 3 parts, provides information concerning the development and popularity of the rural cemetery movement (or "garden cemetery movement"); the history of Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence, Kansas; and the relationship between Oak Hill and the rural cemetery movement.
- Names: Ambler, Cathy X
- Lawrence (Kan.) -- History 2
- Cemeteries -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1
- Church architecture -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1
- Church buildings -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1
- East Lawrence (Lawrence, Kan.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. 1
- Historic buildings -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1
- Lawrence (Kan.) -- Church history 1
- Lawrence (Kan.) -- Economic conditions 1
- Lawrence (Kan.) -- Social conditions 1
- Neighborhood government -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1 ∧ less
- Oak Hill Cemetery (Lawrence, Kan.) 1
- Trinity Lutheran Church (Lawrence, Kan.) 1