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Martha-Mary Chapel

January 26, 2015
Martha-Mary Chapel

Martha-Mary Chapel

Built From History

The Martha-Mary Chapel, located in Sudbury, Massachusetts, was built by boys from the Wayside Inn Boys’ School operated by Henry Ford on the Wayside Inn property. Wood for the building came from trees felled by the historic hurricane of 1938.

The structure is one of six non-denominational chapels built around the country as a tribute to Henry and Clara Ford’s mothers, Martha Bryant and Mary Litogot Ford.

The Chapel celebrated its first wedding in 1941. As you can see by both its architectural style and transitioning fall foliage background, it makes a perfect location for an intimate wedding ceremony.

One Part of The Historic Site

The Martha-Mary Chapel is one of four main buildings that make up the Wayside Inn Historic Site. Click here to view the map of the entire site. When visiting the Sudbury area, definitely add the Wayside Inn and all of its main buildings to your scenic travel list.

Photo Info:

Camera:  Nikon D300
Lens:  Nikkor 18-200mm
Exif Data:  1/1600s, f/5.6, ISO 200, 32mm

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