Post Card Greetings
from Old Louisville
"St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Louisville KY"
with entrance to St James Court at 4th and Magnolia
congregation of St. Paul's Episcopal Church moved to this location at 4th
and Magnolia in 1894 when it's original building downtown (from the 1830s)
burned. St. Paul's was the 2nd oldest Episcopal congregation in the
city, after Christ Church Cathedral. The congregation moved again in
1955. The church is now the West End Baptist Church, a mostly
congregation that had been working closely with St. Paul's congregation.
picture shows the well known lions that once guarded the entrance to St.
note written on the back of this card details some of the church history:
not this fine? One of our oldest Episcopal churches. The old
one burnt and the stone walls were left. So the Masons bought it and
built it over for a Masonic Temple.
"Can you not please me a Lutheran Church from your city? I'm a
Lutheran & want one from everywhere."
sent to Mrs. Reeves in Denver CO, postmark date not legible)
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