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St. Alphonsus Rectory

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1893–1894, Leiner and Faris

Set back from Market Street and adjoining the school, this three-and-one-half-story component of the St. Alphonsus complex continues, on a modest scale, design motifs established by the earlier buildings. A brick cornice with a band of recessed Greek crosses, similar to the belt course between the first two stories of the school, crowns the rectory.

Writing Credits

S. Allen Chambers Jr.

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