Wood Avenue church and building

This was … ??  I feel like I should know the answer to this one, but I don’t.
Updated to add: I have been duly corrected by John Doe 🙂 this was St. Ladislaus Catholic Church and the correct location is 1412 E. 29th Street.
Wood Avenue church-316

This is one of the four buildings [including the church] on the property.
Wood Avenue church building

The ornate entry made me take a second look.

Wood Avenue church building entry

3 thoughts on “Wood Avenue church and building

  1. I remember always going to the basement of the school to buy Easter sausage… I think there was a small Hungarian museum in the church basement too.


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