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Saint Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  86003360
Added to NRHP  1 December 1986
Built  1908
Opened  1908
Saint Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church
Location  2304 Second Ave., Kearney, Nebraska
Architectural style  Gothic Revival architecture

Saint Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church (St. Luke's Episcopal Church) is a historic church at 2304 Second Avenue in Kearney, Nebraska. It was designed by Chicago architect John Sutcliffe and was built in 1908. It was added to the National Register in 1986.

Its NRHP nomination asserted that it "is locally significant as a fine example of the late Gothic Revival style of architecture, not readily found in Buffalo County, Nebraska" and that its "interior is especially notable as it typifies old English church architecture."

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Saint Luke's Protestant Episcopal Church Wikipedia


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