Category:St. Teresa's Church (Manhattan)
church building in Manhattan, United States of America
|Instance of||church building|
|Location||Manhattan, New York City, New York|
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St. Teresa's Roman Catholic Church at 16-18 Rutgers Street at the corner of Henry Street in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City was built in 1841-42 in the Gothic Revival style as the Rutgers Presbyterian Church, and has what it said to the oldest public clock in the city. In 1863 it became the home of St. Teresa's, which had been founded in 1860. (Source: From Abyssinian to Zion)
Media in category "St. Teresa's Church (Manhattan)"
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- Sanborn Manhattan V. 1 Plate 054 publ. 1905.jpg 4,300 × 6,433; 5.85 MB
- St. Teresa Roman Catholic Church.jpg 2,199 × 2,917; 1.41 MB
- St. Teresa's church, New York LCCN2003670121.jpg 5,804 × 6,932; 6.83 MB
- St. Teresa's church, New York LCCN2003670121.tif 5,804 × 6,932; 115.29 MB
- Teresa RCC Rutger Henry jeh.jpg 2,699 × 4,000; 1.39 MB
- Theresa RCC Rutgers Street sun jeh crop.jpg 2,715 × 3,693; 2.17 MB
- Theresa RCC Rutgers Street sun jeh.jpg 3,200 × 4,000; 2.62 MB