Category:Queen of All Saints Church (Brooklyn, New York)
The Queen of All Saints Roman Catholic Church at 300 Vanderbilt Avenue on the corner of Lafayette Avenue in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City was built in 1910-13 and was designed in the Gothic Revival style by Reiley & Steinback. The church's school was built at the same time, but the apse of the church and the rectory weren't built until 1915. The parish dates from 1879 and was originally called St. John's Parish. (Source: "Fort Greene Historic District Designation Report")
Media in category "Queen of All Saints Church (Brooklyn, New York)"
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