Historical Images of Porter County

German Lutheran Church
Valparaiso, Indiana

Date: 1898
Source Type: Photograph
Publisher, Printer, Photographer: Headlight Engraving Company
Postmark: Not applicable
Collection: Steven R. Shook
Remark: Published in "Headlight: Sights and Scenes Along the Grand Trunk Railway," Volume 3, Number 6. Located at 308 Washington Street, the German Lutheran Church was constructed in 1891 by Valparaiso builders Henry Lemster and his son, Charles Lemster. First known as the German Lutheran Church, the church name later changed to Immanuel Lutheran Church. A fire in the structure in 1975 caused considerable damage, but the church was repaired and is now known as Heritage Lutheran Church.

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