St Paul's Episcopal Church on East Ave, Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1906. 

Like its neighboring Third Presbyterian Church, the St Paul's congregation started out with humble beginnings, financial difficulties and tragic destruction. Beginning in 1827,  the original church was located on Mortimer and Market Street (approriately renamed St Paul Street). Additions, relocation and a fire in 1847, ultimately forced the congregration to purchase and settle on a section of James Vick's old nursery property along East Avenue. The current St Paul's Episcopal Church sits across from the George Eastman house (George Eastman Museum), where both Mr. Eastman and his mother, Maria, attended services.

Present-day view would be from East Ave and Portsmouth Terrace, click here.

St. Paul's Church, Rochester, N.Y.

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