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1872/11/09 The Great Fire of Boston destroys the second Trinity Church building Great Boston Fire of 1872
1873/03/00 A carved granite stone from the facade of the destroyed second Trinity Church is preserved, later installed in the cloister wall (just outside the Clarendon St entrance to the church) Great Boston Fire of 1872
1874/11/00 Trinity Church Chapel (Parish House) is completed
1875/05/00 Phillips Brooks Rector Phillips Brooks lays the cornerstone for the new Trinity Church
1876/00/00 Francis Davis Millet Painter Francis Millet paints murals at Trinity Church, but where are they? One may have been rediscover in 2004
1876/11/00 Henry Hobson Richardson Architect Construction of Trinity Church is completed
1876/11/00 Ernest W Bowditch Structural Engineer Construction of Trinity Church is completed
1876/11/00 Phillips Brooks Architect Construction of Trinity Church is completed
1877/01/31 John LaFarge Painter Capping off 5 months of effort, John LaFarge and several assistants work through the night to finish the murals and decorations at Trinity Church.
1877/02/09 Phillips Brooks Rector Trinity Church is dedicated
1878/10/15 Charlotte Olmsted Bryant Bride Charlotte Olmsted marries Dr John Bryant at Trinity church, Boston.
1882/00/00 Morris and Co Artisan 4 stained glass windows (including 3 with green backgrounds on the N transept side) are installed at Trinity, designed by Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris and Co
1882/00/00 Edward Burne-Jones Artist 4 stained glass windows (including 3 with green backgrounds on the N transept side) are installed at Trinity, designed by Edward Burne-Jones and executed by William Morris and Co
1883/00/00 John LaFarge Artisan Christ Preaching (3 panel clerestory window with the brilliant turquoise background, west end) is installed at Trinity Church
1890/00/00 Helen Keller Perishoner Helen Keller recieves religious instruction from Phillips Brooks at Trinity Church
1890/00/00 Phillips Brooks Minister Helen Keller recieves religious instruction from Phillips Brooks at Trinity Church
1895/00/00 Sarah Wyman Whitman creates two stained glass windows for Trinity Church, now in the Angel Room of the Parish House).
1910/00/00 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Sculptor Statue of Phillips Brooks by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Trinity Church, is dedicated. Saint-Gaudens worked on it 1896-1907.
1910/00/00 William Mitchell Kendall Architect Statue of Phillips Brooks by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Trinity Church, is dedicated. Saint-Gaudens worked on it 1896-1907.
1910/00/00 Stanford White Architect Statue of Phillips Brooks by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Trinity Church, is dedicated. Saint-Gaudens worked on it 1896-1907.

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Trinity Rectory
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Data »

Particulars for Trinity Church:
Area of Significance Architecture
Criteria Architecture-Engineering
Sight Category Building
Level of Significance National
Owner Private
Historic Use Religious Property
Architectural Style Richardsonian Romanesque
Architectural Style Romanesque Revival
Building Attribute Stained Glass



US National Registry of Historic Places Data »

Accurate at time of registration:

PLACE DETAILS
Registry Name:
Registry Address:
Registry Number: 70000733
Resource Type:
Owner: Private
Architect: Richarson,Henry Hobson
Architectural Style: Other, Romanesque
Attribute: Richardsonian Romanesque
Other Certification: Designated National Landmark
Nominator Name: National Historic Landmark
CULTURAL DETAILS
Level of Significance: National
Area of Significance: Architecture
Applicable Criteria: Architecture-Engineering
Criteria Consideration: Religious property
Period of Significance: 1875-1899, 1850-1874
Significant Year: 1873, 1877
Historic Function: Religion
Historic Sub-Function: Religious structure
Current Function: Religion
Current Sub-Function: Religious structure

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