1. St. Adalbert's (1650 W. 17th St.), constructed 1912-14 (Polish)
2. St. Paul's (2234 S. Hoyne), constructed 1902-4 (German)
3. First Immanuel Lutheran (1124 S. Ashland), constructed in present configuration 1888 (German)
4. First Baptist Congregational (60 N. Ashland), 1869-71
5. St. Procopius (1641 S. Allport), 1881-83 (Bohemian)
Scaffolding to hold the towers up. More stairs across the street, where the houses were built before
the street was raised to accommodate the sewer system. All these houses are below street level.
Above the altar, two murals representing episodes from the saint's life, and, left, a window portraying
his burial after his martyrdom (like Boniface, he cut down sacred oak trees).
The rose window.
The church was built to resemble the basilica of St. Paul Outside-the-Walls|
in Rome, which, as you will see if you Google it, is a much grander affair. On a good day you can Google and go here and take the sensational virtual tour. But be warned; half the time this link does not work and you'd do as well to pull up some Google images.
The windows are 20th century, but the roundels are original.