Montréal 1860. St-Andrew Scotich Presbyterian Church, côte du Beavehall >Nord.

Montréal 1860. St-Andrew Scotich Presbyterian Church, côte du Beavehall >Nord.
Church
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Archives du Musée MCord / W.Notman (1826-1891).
Détail d’un cliché stéréoscopique réalisé au studio Notman. Entre Zion’s Church et la magnifique St-Andrews aux multiples clochetons, on voit le terrain sur lequel sera construite First Baptist’s Church. www.flickr.com/photos/urbexplo/5520437554

Volendam St. Vincent Church (1860)

Volendam St. Vincent Church (1860)
St Church
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St. Vincentiuskerk Volendam.
De Vincentiuskerk staat op de plek waar in 1860 het eerste katholieke kerkje van Volendam werd gebouwd. In 1883 werd dit kerkje vergroot met een hoog opgetrokken priesterkoor. De kerk is gebouwd in neo-barokke stijl, met rondbogen en vierkante pilaren. In 1908 werd de kerk verder vergroot. De voorgevel op het Kerkplein is gebouwd in de stijl van begin vorige eeuw. Het orgel in de kerk, afkomstig uit de voormalige Sint Annakerk in Amsterdam, is in 1999 grondig gerestaureerd.

The church is located on the spot where in 1860 the first catholic church of Volendam was built. In 1883 and in 1908 the church was enlarged. It is built in a neo baroque style.
The organ is originating from the former St Anna Church in Amsterdam and restored in 1999.

Henry Adolph, manufacturer of furniture wholesale and retail, warerooms no. 36 North Second St., one door above the Christ Church Philadelphia, [ca. 1860]

Henry Adolph, manufacturer of furniture wholesale and retail, warerooms no. 36 North Second St., one door above the Christ Church Philadelphia, [ca. 1860]
Church furniture
Image by Library Company of Philadelphia
Advertisement showing the exterior of the furniture warerooms near Christ Church (22-34 N. 2nd St.). Clusters of people admire the furniture displayed in the windows of the storefront as patrons enter the building. The store is heavily adorned with signage and an American flag. Men, women, and children, including a man pushing a handcart, walk on the bustling sidewalk. A woman with a girl, and a delivery boy, cross the street near the "No. 21 Exchange & Richmond" streetcar, a "H. Adolph" delivery wagon, and another laborer pushing a handcart. Many of the women carry parasols. Also shows the gated, tree-lined promenade between the church and warerooms.