DetroitPhoto Du Jour

Photo Du Jour – December 28, 2005 – Our Lady Of The Rosary

Located on the Corner of Woodward & the I-94 Service Driver (formerly Bagg St.), the Church was originally St. Joeseph’s, and was built in 1896, it was designed by architects Malcomson & Higginbotham.

A beautiful Romanesque Styled Structure.

A detail of the statue on top.

The photo abouve dates to 1899, when the chruch was St. Joseph’s. The Parish was founded in 1889 and the Church became Our Lady of the Rosary in 1908.

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