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72 Rectangular Table : Cappuccino Dining Table.

72 Rectangular Table

72 rectangular table

72 rectangular table - Table Truck

Table Truck for 72" Rectangular Tables

Table Truck for 72

HTT6/Char Black Constructed of heavy gauged steel, the HTT6 Table Truck helps you transport rectangular Virco folding tables with ease. Holds up to 12 traditional or 9 Core-a-Gator 72'' tables. Ships in 3 to 10 days. NOTE*: Safe Hand Truck Capacities: Unlike storage carts, which support the weight of the furniture entirely with structural steel, hand trucks rely on the strength of the operator to balance the load. For this reason, there is no concrete ''safe capacity'' for hand trucks. Conditions such as the size and strength of the operator, the weight of the furniture being moved, and the presence or absence of thresholds, ramps or slick surfaces can all affect the capacity of hand trucks. We recommend starting with small, easily handled loads and adding one or two pieces of furniture at a time to determine the safe capacity for each set of conditions. It's always better to make a few extra trips than to risk injury to yourself or others by overloading a hand truck. Remember, loaded hand trucks can be dangerous! Use common sense.

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Christ Episcopal Church

Christ Episcopal Church

Christ Episcopal Church
Location: 31st/O Streets, SW Corner

Christ Church Parish was founded in 1817 by a group of Georgetown Episcopalians including Francis Scott Key, composer of "The Star Spangled Banner." The first church was built at the corner of Congress and Beall Streets (now 31st and O Streets). The present church - the third - stands on the same site, and was completed in 1886.
1817 Founding members of Christ Church held the first organizational meeting in the Bridge Street (now M Street) home of Thomas Corcoran, Sr. on November 10, 1817.
1818 A building lot was purchased at the corner of Congress and Beall Streets (now 31st and O Streets). The cornerstone of the new church was laid on Tuesday May 12, 1818. The first service was held on Christmas Day of the same year. The church was a large rectangular building holding 72 pews.

The church went through a rough time during the Civil War. The church made money to operate by subscripting (or renting) pews. Most of the church's members were southerners who left the area during the war. To try to make ends meet the church tried lowering subscription costs and renting out the rectory. Several times the church was turned into a hospital to treat wounded Union soldiers. Boards were placed over the pews to make stretchers, beds, and operating tables.

The rector of the church, Dr. William Norwood, was an ardent secessionist. His cat was one of the first causalities of the war. When hostilities broke out, he headed south for a visit. He left his cat in the rectory with enough food for ten days. He didn't return as expected and his cat starved to death. Although it was a sad story, it was so much better than most of the news at the time that the Evening Star published it to lighten the mood of the paper denominations.

Dr. Norwood abandoned his post when he was ordered by the Bishop of Maryland to pray for a Union victory and President Lincoln. Since the church needed a minister, one would be sent weekly to conduct services. Every week the ladies of the church protested the prayers for Lincoln and the armies by walking out of the church with a pompous air.

However, at war's end the community realized that President Lincoln was the best hope for reconciliation without much punishment for the south. They openly mourned when the president was assassinated.

Dr. Grafton Taylor (Southern sympathizer)
Resolved that in the death of our late President A. Lincoln, we have sustained an irreparable loss, and that our horror of the atrocious deed, which has brought affliction and sorrow upon the whole people is all that the heart can bear and more than the tongue can utter.

Christ Church remained draped in black crepe for 30 days. On the day Lincoln was buried in Springfield, Illinois, the bell of this church, devoted to the southern cause and attended by those who believed in the south's way of life, tolled for 2 hours in his honor.
1867-1868 Christ Church was rebuilt and enlarged. The church proper was moved to the second floor. Sunday School space and lecture rooms occupied space on the ground floor.

1885-1886 Following drastic street re-grading, the church building in which we worship today was erected, incorporating some beams and bricks from the original church of 1818.

1906 The adjacent house, which was purchased in 1894, became the Rectory.

1923 Space formerly used as a chapel was deconsecrated and designated as a parish hall, now Keith Hall. The building was extended into the Rectory lot to provide a kitchen, a parlor, and offices for the Rector and staff.

1957 The Linthicum Institute building at 3116 O Street was purchased and remodeled into the new Parish Hall that opened in 1959, largely to provide more office and Sunday School space.

1968 The Chapel of Saint Jude and its adjacent garden were completed.

2002-2003 A complete restoration on the interior of the Nave was completed. The floor was tiled with tiles made by the same company in England who produced tiles for the original church in 1818. In addition, new sub-flooring, sound system and lighting system was installed in the Nave.

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