Images from the Historic American Building Survey, June 1989

In 1989, Jet Lowe photographed St Nicholas Orthodox Church for the U.S. National Park Service’s photos in this slideshow are from this 1989 session.  The temple’s interior has been modified today, but these photos show the interior as it looked then.  Photos courtesy of the U.S. Library of Congress, Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.

 

AK-59-1 - Northwest side
AK-59-2 - West Front
AK-59-3 - North Side, original Priest's house on left
AK-59-4 - North Side, original Priest's house on right
AK-59-5 - Southeast side
AK-59-6 - Detail of central cupola and onion dome
AK-59-7 - Detail of the belltower.
AK-59-8 - Interior, nave, looking east, iconostasis doors closed
AK-59-9 - Interior, nave, looking east, iconostasis doors opened
AK-59-10 - interior nave, looking northwest
AK-59-11 - interior, sanctuary, looking souheast (note that the original seven branch candlestand has been returned to the altar for this photo)
AK-59-12 - Interior, sanctuary, looking northwest
AK-59-13 - East Side, priest's house on right (one of three color photos)
AK-59-14 - Southeast side (two of three color photos)
AK-59-15 - Interior, nave, looking east, iconostasis doors closed (three of three color photos)