Holy Rosary Church, Columbus, Ohio

Church built 1913-1915. Rectory built 1845.
At the time this photograph was taken the structure at 1651 East Main Street was called Holy Rosary Church. The interior of the church is a large barrel-vaulted enclosure with a decorative coffered ceiling, large circular stained glass windows on the north side and round-headed windows containing stained-glass along the side walls. The altar is placed beneath a recessed semi-domed area of the sanctuary and large metal and glass lanterns hang from the ceiling of the nave.
15th - 19th Century (1400 - 1899)
1910s (1910 - 1919)
Romanesque Revival
wood or wood products
Architecture Columbus. (1976). Columbus, Ohio: Foundation of the Columbus Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. p. 179, 191.