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Walker Evans, Negro Church, South Carolina, 1936, Gelatin silver print, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gilman Collection, Purchase, Joyce F. Menschel Gift, 2005 (2005.100.170), LL/7467
Christian architecture
874.01   Christian architecture
874.02   Jerusalem: Church of the Holy Sepulchre
874.03   Jerusalem: Arch of Ecce Homo
Specific religious buildings
874.04   Italy: Rome: St. Peter's
874.05   Italy: Rome: San Giovanni in Laterano (Archbasilica of St. John Lateran)
874.06   France: Paris - Notre Dame
874.07   France: Paris - Notre Dame, Facade
874.08   France: Paris - Notre Dame, La Porte Rouge
874.09   Scotland: Melrose Abbey
874.10   Scotland: Rosslyn Chapel / Roslin Chapel
874.11   Hill & Adamson: Scotland: Roslin: Roslin Chapel - Rosslyn Chapel
874.12   Henri Le Secq: Premier Cahier de lithophotographie (1853)
874.13   Edmond Bacot: Christian architecture in France
874.14   Roger Fenton: Christian architure in Great Britain
874.15   William Russell Sedgfield: England: Cathedrals, abbeys and minsters
874.16   Cundall & Delamotte: England: Fountains Abbey (1850s)
874.17   Carol Szathmari: Romania: Monastery and Cathedral of Curtea de Arges (1866)
874.18   Southworth and Hawes: Mount Auburn Cemetery
874.19   Francis Frith: Canterbury
874.20   Frederick H. Evans: Cathedrals
874.21   Francis Bruguière: Cathedral montages
874.22   Walker Evans: Churches
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