Churches; Episcopal: St. Paul’s Cathedral: Choir
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Interior view of choirboys performing in ornately decorated stall at the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul on Woodward Avenue in Detroit, Michigan. "The Cathedral Church of St. Paul was designed by Ralph Adams Cram (1863-1942) of the firm Cram, Goodhue, Ferguson of Boston and New York, and who was then America’s leading exponent of the Gothic Revival architectural style ... the Cathedral is listed on the National Register of Historic Places," from the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul's website.