Here is an interesting example of the persistence of architectural traditions. To look at this church, you might guess that the main building dates from the 1870s or 1880s. It has the typical look of a small Pittsburgh church of that time—the shallow-pitched roof, the walls divided into sections by simple pilasters. In fact, according to the cornerstone, it was built in 1924,(1) and “remodeled” in 1949. The “remodeling” doubtless included the Romanesque front and corner tower.
Why should the beautiful die?
Monumental Baptist Church, Hill
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