Notable landmarks include (from left to right, just out of view): The Brick Presbyterian Institute, Church, The Dugan and Hogan Shoe Factory (now Buckingham Commons)

The Brick Presbyterian Church and Institute on the corner of Fitzhugh and Allen Streets in Downtown Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1904. 

This view shows the modified romanesque Brick Presbyterian Church and Institute, after surviving the fire of 1903. Originally designed by his father, A.J. Warner, son J. Foster Warner resigned the destroyed gothic towers with the Italianate style that you see today.


The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 12, 1992.

Present-day view would be from Allen Street, click here.

Brick Presbyterian Church, Rochester, N.Y. (COLORIZED)

  • These fine-Art, giclee prints are printed Epson brand archival inks, available on two variations of acid-free paper: an economic Standard grade or a higher-quality, Museum grade.

  • If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you must return it within 30 days of receipt and receive a replacement or refund for the price of the product. Shipping charges will not be refunded.