Holy Corners - City Landmark #47 

"Holy Corners" acquired its name shortly after the century because of the concentration of churches that were erected at the intersection of Kingshighway and Washington Boulevards.  The first church was St. John's Methodist which was designed by Theodore Link in 1902.  The next to be built was First Church of Christ, Scientist designed by Mauran, Russell  and Garden.  Across Kingshighway the Racquet Club was constructed next.  It was also designed by Mauran, Russell and Garden.  The Second Baptist Church came next followed by Temple Israel.  In 1908 the Tuscan Temple was the last of the Holy Corners buildings to be constructed.

Temple Israel - 5001 Washington Blvd. (1908)
Temple Israel
St. John's Methodist Church - 5000 Washington Blvd. (1902)
St. Johns Methodist
Second Baptist Church - 500 North Kingshighway Blvd. (1907)
Holy Corner1
Tuscan Temple - 507 North Kingshighway (1908)
Tuscan Temple
Racquet Club - 476 North Kingshighway (1906)
Racquet Club

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