Church of Saint Anthony



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The Church of Saint Anthony was constructed in 1919-1920 and designed by the Casper architectural firm of Garbutt, Weidner and Sweeney. The Church was built of brick and marble with a tile roof. The distinctive square bell tower, tile roof, round arched windows and corbel tables closely resemble churches in Italy and represents the Romanesque Revival architectural style. The Church is significant in the area of architecture as an outstanding example of the Romanesque Revival style in religious buildings and as the work of a master architect, Arthur M. Garbutt.



Date Added to Register:
Thursday, January 30, 1997
Natrona County
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