|Boehm's Chapel after an 1883 remodel. Notice only|
two windows on the side which has the doorway.
|The original two upper windows were discovered and reopened.|
|This old photo shows a lowered ceiling and only two windows|
with a pulpit that is at the same level as the pews. On the left
front is more than likely a piano or organ.
|This view shows the raised pulpit, an|
upper window with a raised ceiling and
a balcony. The piano no longer remains.
|This old photo shows the style and configuration of the pews|
on the balcony level. The windows in the 1883 remodeling
were made larger and can be seen on the right with cement
blocks filled it to make them the same size as they were in 1791.
|This photo show the steps to the balcony that are being|
placed back in the chapel as it was in 1791.
|Looking toward the rear door as it was in the 1883 renovation.|
|The 1989 renovation view looking the same direction. Notice the lower ceiling to allow for the balcony.|
|A view from the balcony looking toward the pulpit.|
|The ceiling light still remains the same, but has been electrified.|
|Looking out a side window at the headstone of Martin Boehm and his wife in the Chapel's cemetery.|
|Click on this view of the headstone to enlarge it.|
|Looking toward the west toward the original Boehm farm where Martin was born.|
|The stone plaque tell the story of Boehm's Chapel. An original 1791 shutter was found and exact replicas were added to the 1989 renovation. The red brickwork above the windows was added as in the original 1791 chapel.|
|One final look at Boehm's Chapel before my departure.|