Cassell, a Baltimore-based architect who did extensive work in Virginia, designed a Romanesque-inspired structure that looks not to H. H. Richardson but to the earlier (1850s) Romanesque-Norman revival work of architects such as Thomas Tefft and James Renwick. In 1927 the towers were raised, the vestibule roof was added, and the nave roof was heightened.
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