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Zylstra, Sape A.
[Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Florida Avenue and Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fla., interior, crossing toward south transept]
h [online resource].
[Tampa, Fla.] :
b University of South Florida Tampa Library,
1 online resource (1 slide : col.)
Title supplied by cataloger.
This mainly Romanesque Revival church, built 1897-1905, is a smaller version of a church which was built in Galveston, Texas, by Nicholas Clayton. Brother Cornelias Otten, S.J., built Sacred Heart and also one like it in Augusta, Ga. When Clayton got wind of Otten's building activity, he charged him with plagiarism and sued the Jesuits. The case was settled in favor of Clayton. The Galveston original was destroyed by a hurricane. Sacred Heart's "vaulting" is decoratively painted wood and plaster hung from trusses. Most of the church has a metal and wood skeletal framework and this is apparent both inside and out because walls and buttresses look thin (note the slightness of the window reveals) and pilasters are disproportionate and poorly grouped. This is an interior view crossing toward the south transept.
Description supplied by Sape A. Zylstra.
Forms part of: Sape A. Zylstra collection of Tampa architectural slides.
Catholic church buildings
Romanesque revival (Architecture)
t Sape A. Zylstra collection of Tampa architectural slides