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Central Christian Church

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1928, Ralph H. Cameron and Robert L. White. 1110 Guadalupe St.
  • (Photograph by Gerald Moorhead )

Central Christian Church was a collaborative effort of some of the city's best architects of the 1920s, including Samuel C. P. Vosper. This Italianate building is most noted for its richly patterned brickwork and red tile roof. The floor and the wainscot surrounding the altar are covered with Arts and Crafts tiles from the Batchelder tile studio of California.

Writing Credits

Gerald Moorhead et al.

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