Friday, September 25, 2009

Cathedral of the Incarnation

The Cathedral of the Incarnation, built c. 1876 by John Kellum and Henry G. Harrison in Garden City for the Episcopal Diocese. The cathedral was built as a memorial and mausoleum for Garden City's founder Alexander Turney Stewart. Click HERE to see the Cathedral of the Incarnation on google earth.

1 comment:

Alex M said...

Thanks for posting this! As a kid growing up on LI, my dad sang in the cathedral choir. I lived in GC (Steward Manor) after college and always loved driving by the cathedral. I haven't been on the Island for over a decade and a half -- it's nice to see you post this one.

So many of your postings bring back fond memories.