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Date: ca. 1900
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:10553
Description: Built in 1858-1859, the church was designed and constructed by master carpenter Sidney J. Young, a member of the congregation, and master mason Anders Peterson and is a fine example of the Early Roman ... More
Date: 1951
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:23792
Description: 1951 Building Award Winner - Bronze Plaque - Public Building - St. Joan of Arc Church - 35 Avenue and 83 Street [Appears in Queensborough, Dec. 1951, P. 41]
Date: 1951
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:23641
Description: 1951 Building Award Winner - Honorable Mention - Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd - Francis Lewis Blvd. and 100 Avenue [Appears in Queens Village, December 1951, P.57]
Language: English
Identifier: aql:388
Description: The Spencer Memorial Church Records (12 boxes, 12.8 cubic feet, [1835-1927], 1933) consists of are handwritten documents for the six churches that finally evolved into the Spencer Memorial Church. The ... More
Date: June 7, 1927
Subject: Church buildings
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29836
Description: First Presbyterian Church of Newtown - Old edifice of the First Presbyterian Church of Elmhurst, aka Newtown Presbyterian Church; the church was located on the north side of Queens Boulevard east of B ... More
Language: English
Identifier: aql:201
Description: The church, originally founded as Throop Avenue German Presbyterian Church in 1869, later moved and was renamed Bushwick Avenue Presbyterian Church. The church eventually merged into Westminster Betha ... More
Date: June 7, 1927
Subject: Church buildings
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29774
Description: The Reformed Church of Newtown - (aka First Reformed Church, aka Newtown Dutch Reformed Church) 85-15 Broadway on the corner of Corona Avenue. This church building was built in 1832, replacing the ori ... More
Date: June 7, 1927
Subject: Church buildings
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29843
Description: The Reformed Church of Newtown - (aka First Reformed Church, aka Newtown Dutch Reformed Church) 85-15 Broadway on the corner of Corona Avenue. This church building was built in 1832, replacing the ori ... More
Date: 1922
Subject: Church buildings
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:25602
Description: Reformed Dutch Church - View of the north and west sides of the Reformed Dutch Church. SE corner of Broadway and Corona Ave. This building is still standing (2017), and is now St. James Episcopal Chur ... More
Date: 1900 - 1920
Type: digital image; nitrate negative; black and white print
Identifier: aql:16426
Description: St. Jacobus Church. Parishioners Leaving Church.
Authors: Yuan Shi
Date: August 2001
Type: Digital image
Identifier: aql:21427
Description: Yuan Shi, back row and fourth from left, and other choir members from the Immanuel Lutheran Church are pictured wearing red and white choir robes.
Date: October 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29529
Description: Trinity Lutheran Church - View from inside the Lutheran Cemetery (now All Faiths Cemetery); south of Metropolitan Ave. between 69th & 70th Street, the church was located in the cemetery grounds. Monum ... More
Date: October 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29859
Description: Trinity Lutheran Church - View from inside the Lutheran Cemetery (now All Faiths Cemetery); south of Metropolitan Ave. between 69th & 70th Street, the church was located in the cemetery grounds. The c ... More
Date: 1922
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29792
Description: Trinity Lutheran Church - View from inside the Lutheran Cemetery (now All Faiths Cemetery); south of Metropolitan Ave. between 69th & 70th Street, the church was located in the cemetery grounds. This ... More