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Holy Family Parish - Outside
This panoramic image is outside of the Holy Family Parish (formerly known as St Mary’s Church) located at 763 E. Main St. Little Falls, NY 1336. Built in the Gothic style, construction begun in 1874 when Father James Ludden was pastor. The architect was G. Edward Cooper of Utica and the contractors were local artisans. Outside dimensions of the building are 160 X 95 feet with walls 2 ½ feet thick strengthened by solid masonry buttresses twenty eight feet in height. The stone used in construction is from local quarries. The cornerstone was laid on Sunday, May 19, 1878, it can be found adjacent to the handicapped ramp on the southwest corner of the church.
Copyright: Richard D. Stack
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13496x6748
Taken: 30/08/2014
Uploaded: 01/10/2014
Updated: 02/04/2018


Tags: catholic; church; stain glass windows
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