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San Francisco Landmark 103: Calvary Presbyterian Church
3 January 2004
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San Francisco Landmark #103
Calvary Presbyterian Church
2501 Fillmore Street at Jackson Street
Built 1902

Calvary Presbyterian Church embodies the distinctive characteristics of the Edwardian style of architecture in San Francisco It also shows how turn-of-the-century architects influenced by the Beaux-Arts, integrated buildings one with another and with whole block fronts. The hall is a transition building that links up the large church to one side with the row of well preserved Victorian houses to the other.

Calvary Presbyterian Church is also uncommon for its circa 1900 interior which has seen almost no unsympathetic change.

From City Planning Commission Resolution 7828 dated October 27, 1977.

Calvary Presbyterian Church is also National Register Listing 78000755.

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