Monday, September 24, 2007

Rosary Cathedral School

Though most people are too busy staring in awe at the Cathedral to notice, the adjacent school is a fine building, in its own right. Its decorative brickwork is worth looking at, if you can stop looking at all the sculpture next door.
The school was designed by the Pittsburgh firm of Comes, Perry, and McMullen, who were also responsible for the Cathedral. It was built in 1914.
Photos: Toledo-Lucas County Public Library

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