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Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church

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Early 20th century. West corner of Indiana Ave. and 5th St.

This well-maintained Gothic church, built of sandstone laid in random rubble and covered with a red tile roof, has an imposing, buttressed corner tower with a tall, unadorned spire. The church is set high above the level of 5th Street and serves as a handsome neighborhood landmark.

Writing Credits

S. Allen Chambers Jr.

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