All Saints R. C. Church

Year
1896
Architect
Building type
Material
Neighborhood
Number of Buildings
1

All Saints parish was organized in 1866 as an offshoot of Most Holy Trinity parish on Montrose. As with Most Holy Trinity, All Saints parish was organized to serve the expanding German immigrant population in Williamsburg and Bushwick. The first church for All Saints was a brick structure, was consecrated in 1867. By the 1890s, the parish had outgrown its original church and the architecture firm of Schickel & Ditmars was hired to design a new church.

All Saints Church, Williamsburg - corner view of church and rectory
Source
Novelty collection
All Saints Church, Throop Avenue, ca. 1900
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Novelty Collection
All Saints Church, Williamsburg - view of rectory
Source
Novelty collection
All Saints Church, Williamsburg - view of lower facade
Source
Novelty collection
All Saints Church, Williamsburg - frontal view of facade
Source
Novelty collection
All Saints Church, Williamsburg - view of facade and tower
Source
Novelty collection