Documentary

Grace Church, New York (1897)

Not rated.

Facts
Director James H. White
Country United States
Language English
Production
Distribution
Categories
Actuality Film Black and White Church Documentary New York Short Silent Film
Descriptions

Grace Church is a historic parish church in Manhattan, New York City which is part of the Episcopal Diocese of New York[1]. The Catalog describes it like this: "Showing the fashionable congregation of that historical church on Broadway, New York, leaving the edifice at the close of morning service."


Grace Church, an Episcopalian cathedral built in the French Gothic Revival style in the 1840s, is located on the corner of Broadway and East Tenth Street in New York City.

Source: AFI Catalog

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Cast
Unavailbale.
Crew
William Heise - Cinematography
James H. White - Director