The former St. Patrick's Cathedral that once stood near the High Falls in Downtown Rochester, NY. 
Circa 1906. 

This view documents the third iteration of St. Patrick's church. As the Catholic congregation in Rochester continued to expand in the mid-to-late 1800's, the previous churches were disassembled and rebuilt larger. This version of St. Patrick's was dedicated in 1890. But as neighboring Kodak built up its empire, the cathedral literally found itself in the shadow of the Kodak Tower. Eventually, the cathedral was sold to Kodak and demolished in 1937.

Present-day view would be from what is today, Frontier Field , click here.

St Patrick's Cathedral, Rochester, N.Y.

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