The department of the interior has designated the second presbyterian church on chicago's south side a national historic landmark. the neo-gothic church was designed by famed architect howard van doren shaw. the sanctuary boasts louis comfort tiffany stained-glass windows, an italian limestone baptismal font, murals by frederic clay bartlett, windows made in the workshop of english decorator william morris and representations of angels.
updated: 3/11/2013 4:48 PM
Chicago's Second Presbyterian Church now a landmark
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