Dedicated in October 1904, this English Perpendicular Gothic style “cathedral” was designed by architect Charles Brigham and built by Henry H. Rogers in memory of his mother Mary E. Rogers. It was built of local granite and Indiana limestone by European artisans including Italian stone cutters and Bavarian wood carvers. The stained glass windows were created by New York impressionist painter Robert Reid.
During the July and August tours, guides are on hand to describe the architectural details. Handicap accessible. Donations requested. For more information, call 508-992-7081 or visit http://www.uufairhaven.org/.
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