NRHP: St. Mark's Episcopal Pro Cathedral

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St. Mark's Episcopal Pro-Cathedral

St. Mark's Episcopal Pro-Cathedral

NRHP Reference #: 87002086

NRHP Listing Date: 19871130


Jct of 4th & Burlington, Hastings, Adams County, Nebraska

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One of the two cathedrals in the Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska, St. Mark's, located in Hastings, was designed by the nationally prominent architect Ralph Adams Cram. Plans were drawn in 1919 and the Late Gothic Revival structure was completed a decade later.

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