© Photographed March 28, 2015
1972 by City of Milwaukee Landmarks Commission
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin
43° 2.82′ N, 87° 54.049′ W
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Designed by E.T. Mix, erected in 1882-90, and named a Milwaukee Landmark in 1972 in recognition of its architectural and historical significance. Noteworthy original elements include the exterior and the interior nave ceiling and stained glass.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is located on westbound East Knapp Street, at its intersection with North Marshall Street, at 914 East Knapp Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202.
The church was dedicated in 1884. The building houses the largest Tiffany window collection in Wisconsin (including the largest window created by Tiffany). Also inside is a Flemish tapestry from the 16th Century, a Schantz organ, and nationally-recognized Salviati Mosaics.
Year Built: 1882
Architectural Style: Richardsonian Romanesque
Wall Material: Sandstone
Architect: Edward Townsend Mix
National Register Listing Date: 1974-12-27
State Register Listing Date: 1989-01-01
The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Wisconsin: Milwaukee County and the State Register of Historic Places.
The marker is located mounted to the facade to the right of
North Marshall Street entrance.
The East Knapp Street entrance.
St. Paul's Church is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.