Saint Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church Complex

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Saint Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church Complex
Basic information
Location 50-52 Cornell Street (church)
46 Cornell Street (convent)
42-44 Cornell Street (school)
73 Reid Street (rectory)
Amsterdam
Geographic coordinates 42°56′39″N 74°10′58″W / 42.94417°N 74.18278°W / 42.94417; -74.18278Coordinates: 42°56′39″N 74°10′58″W / 42.94417°N 74.18278°W / 42.94417; -74.18278
Affiliation Roman Catholic
State New York
District Diocese of Albany
Ecclesiastical or organizational status Church
Leadership Pastor: Fr. Walter Czechowicz
Architectural description
Architect(s) Edward W. Loth
Architectural style Late Gothic Revival
Direction of façade Northwest
Completed 1897
Specifications
Materials Brick
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
Added to NRHP: April 29, 1999
NRHP Reference No. 99000505[1]

Saint Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church Complex is a historic Roman Catholic church complex at 42, 46, 50 Cornell Street, and 73 Reid Street in Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. The complex consists of four contributing buildings: the church (1897), St. Stanislaus School (1906), convent (1934), and rectory (1940). The church is a "T" shaped brick building on a foundation of cut limestone. A transept was added in 1912. It features an engaged bell tower with pyramidal roof and finials.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.[1]

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