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Trinity Episcopal Church, Euclid Avenue & East Twenty-Second Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH



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Item Title


Location
Euclid Avenue & East Twenty-Second Street, Cleveland, OH

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS OH-2129
Building/structure dates: 1907 initial construction
Significance: Trinity was erected to serve as the Cathedral of the Diocese of Ohio. It is also the parish church for Trinity Parish, the first religious organization in Cleveland. Architecturally, the Cathedral is a significant example of English Gothic architecture.

Related Names
Schweinfurth, Charles F.


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer October 2, 1965 NORTH (FRONT) ELEVATION.
2. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer October 26, 1965 SOUTHWEST CORNER (22ND ST. SIDE).
3. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer October 26, 1965 WEST SIDE OF CHAPEL.
4. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer October 2, 1965 SOUTH ELEVATION OF CHAPEL.
5. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer October 2, 1966 SOUTHEAST CORNER.
6. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer October 26, 1965 INTERIOR, LOOKING SOUTH TO ALTAR.
7. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer March 23, 1966 PHOTOCOPY OF ARCHITECT'S RENDERING FOR ROMANESQUE DESIGN.
8. Historic American Buildings Survey, Martin Linsey, Photographer March 23, 1966 PHOTOCOPY OF ARCHITECT'S RENDERING FOR REVISED DESIGN.


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