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California Historical Landmarks in Solano County

California Historical Landmark 862
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church
120 East J Street at 1st Street
Consecrated 1860

California Historical Landmark #862: Saint Paul's Episcopal Church
  California Historical Landmark #862: Saint Paul's Episcopal Church
10 November 2004
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Saint Paul's Episcopal Church

Designed in 1859 by Lt. Julian McAllister and built by shipwrights of the Pacific Mail and Steamship Company, St. Paul's is an outstanding example of early California Gothic ecclesiastical architecture. Notable for its fine craftsmanship, this building has continuously served the Episcopal Church since its consecration by the Rt. Rev. William Ingraham Kip in 1860.

California Registered Historical Landmark No. 862
Plaque placed by the State Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with Exxon U.S.A..

November 25, 1973

Sidewalk Tiles At J And First Streets in Benicia
Commemorative Tiles in the Sidewalk at J And First Streets.
Adjacent Tiles Commemorate the Masonic Lodge.
10 November 2004
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