St. Andrews Episcopal Church

August 1, 2010 at 9:41 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

The historic St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was designed by Carpenter & Crocker in 1906.  Wm. J. Carpenter, as the lead architect, employed a restrained form of Gothic revival style reminiscent of the churches he had known in his native England.

St. Andrews Episcopal Church From an early postcard

Several stained glass windows by Pittsburgh artists and one by Tiffany Studios are noted features of this building.  Other outstanding architectural features are discussed in the Architecture pages.  Click here.

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