Earlier than St. Ann's ( WO1), Walter Fontaine's Church of the Holy Family is mildly Romanesque Revival, with a soaring brick tower piled on top of its triple-arched portico. The cavernous, barrel-vaulted space within again shows Fontaine's interest in color; but, in comparison with St. Ann's, is underelaborated.
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Church of the Holy Family
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