This English Gothic Revival structure of rough green sandstone has a roof of slate imported from England. Inside, leaded windows with painted and stained glass signed “E. Frampton, 110 Buckingham Palace Rd., London, England” illuminate a lovely chapel beneath a dark coffered ceiling, The original church (1880), 116 Cañon Avenue, is a plain frame structure, a striking contrast to this fine stone edifice by a Philadelphia architect.
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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
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