St. Anthony's Seminary, Santa Barbara, [1923?]
- St. Anthony's Seminary, Santa Barbara, [1923?]
Wewer, Adrian, 1836-1914
Montgomery, Ross Gordon, 1888-1969
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- Los Angeles Times
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Possibly related to the article “Franciscan Institution is Altered, New Units and Equipment Will Modernize Historic Friars’ School,” Los Angeles Times, 12 Aug. 1923. Extensive additions are being made to St. Anthony’s College ... the center structure which was built in 1899 will be altered to conform with the new designs. ... under the supervision of Architect Ross Montgomery.
Saint Anthony's Seminary complex is located at 2300 Garden St. It was the home to St. Anthony's seminary from 1899 to 1987. The main building was designed by Brother Adrian Wewer, a Franciscan monk who was the architect of more than 100 churches, college buildings, seminaries, schools, friaries, convents, and hospitals throughout the United States.
St. Anthony’s Seminary, main building, with tile roof, 2 towers, and arcade, with grass and dirt area in foreground, construction debris at lower right
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- b&w nitrate negative
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