First German Baptist Church (Later Ukrainian Autocephalic Orthodox Church of St. Volodymyr/Later Congregation Tifereth Israel - Town and Village Synagogue), 
Church of St. Volodymyr, Congregation Tifereth Israel
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Full Address: 334 East 14th Street, Manhattan, NY
Alternative Address: 334-336 East 14th Street, Manhattan, NY
Year Built: 1866-69
Year Designated: 2014
Year Published: 2014
Architect: Julius Boekell
Key words: Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village, Religious properties, Rev. Johannes Eschmann, German immigration, 19th century Protestantism, 1860s, German Romanesque, White ashlar Tuckahoe marble cladding, Kleindeutschland, Pietist Theological Movement, Little Ukraine, Ukrainian immigration, Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Archbishop John Theodorovich, Synagogue, Jewish Women Inclusion, Egalitarian Jewish Communities, Rabbi Stephen C. Lerne, individual landmark
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Rundbogenstil

Files:
   View PDF (2014-FirstGermanBaptistChurch.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Manhattan
   Architectural History
   New York Buildings
   Manhattan East Village
   Manhattan Lower East Side
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