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Title Snapshot of George Rogers Clark Memorial and St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Vincennes, Indiana, ca. 1938
Description This 1930s snapshot looks southwest at Vincennes with the Wabash River to the right. In the center is the St. Francis Xavier Cathedral (also known as the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, or simply "The Old Cathedral"). The George Rogers Clark Memorial (the round building to the right) was dedicated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on June 14, 1936. Today the site is part of the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park.
Place 205 Church Street, Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana, United States
Date 1938, ca.
Year Range Begin 1934
Year Range End 1940
Subjects Catholic churches
Monuments & memorials
Vincennes (Ind.)
Knox County (Ind.)
Process Gelatin silver prints
Format Snapshots
Collection Name Nancy (Poinsette) DeLullo Collection
Object ID ia-0009-0014
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