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  • Description: Cudell
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    • Franklin Circle Christian Church

    • Cleveland; Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Cudell, Frank (Franz) E.; Community service; Chinese; Franklin Circle Christian Church; Franklin Circle Christian Church (Disciples Of Christ); Disciples of Christ; Churches; Garfield,...
    • Franklin Circle Christian Church. 1688 Fulton. 1883. Architects: Cudell & Richardson.
    • St. Stephen's

    • Churches; Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; Gothic revival (architecture); Germans; Vietnamese; West 54th Street (Cleveland, Ohio); Cudell, Frank (Franz) E.; Richardson, John Newton; Detroit-Shoreway; Saint Stephen's Church; Architecture, sacred
    • St. Stephen's R.C. Ch. 1910 West 54th. 1873. Architects: Cudell & Richardson
    • Franklin Circle Christian Church

    • Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Cudell, Frank (Franz) E.; Community service; Chinese; Franklin Circle Christian Church; Franklin Circle Christian Church (Disciples Of Christ); Disciples of Christ; Churches; Garfield, James...
    • Franklin Circle Christian Church. 1688 Fulton. 1883. Architects: Cudell & Richardson.
    • St. Joseph Francisican Steeple

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Catholic churches; Catholics, Roman; St. Joseph's Church; Steeples; Cudell, Frank (Franz) E.
    • St. Joseph Franciscan Roman Catholic Church. 2543 East 23rd Street. Architects: Cudell and Richardson.
    • St. Joseph Franciscan Detail

    • Churches; Architecture, sacred; Gothic revival (architecture); Catholic churches; Architectural detail; Catholics, Roman; Cudell, Frank (Franz) E.; Saint Joseph's Church
    • St. Joseph Franciscan Roman Catholic Church. 2543 East 23rd Street. Architects: Cudell and Richardson.
    • Orthodox Infant and Children Home

    • Orphanages
    • This modern gothic style home was built in 1889 for Jacob Goldsmith, one of Cleveland's leading clothing manufactures. Designed by the well know Architects Cudell and Richardson. In 1908 the property was acquired by the Jewish Infants Orthodox Home...

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