Immaculate Conception Church

Immaculate Conception Church

Immaculate Conception Church Campus began in 1904 as a Polish ethnic group parish in the Catholic religion. The church is at 11 Parker Street.

Immaculate Conception School

The school is from 1909.

Immaculate Conception Rectory

The rectory is from 1912.

Immaculate Conception Convent

The convent is from 1916.

Immaculate Conception Church War Memorial

Fryderyk GwozdzWW1
Andrzej LackmanekWW1
Jan LazorWW1
Jan WozniakWW1
Josef BigdaWW2
Stanislaw BoryczkaWW2
Mieczyslaw ChmuraWW2
Edwin ChrabaszczWW2


The Victoria Stusik Dry Goods Store is at 10 Parker with the Commercial Block to its right and also to its back.

The Polish Home Society of Tadwusz Kosciuszko from 1925 is at 28-30 Rapalus Avenue.

Springfield Manufacturing Company Boarding House is at 11 Ludlow Avenue. Also at 545 and 577 Main St Springfield. These were homes for the workers at the Springfield Manufacturing Company (1821 to 1849). Then Ludlow Mills (1849 to 1868). Then the Ludlow Manufacturing Company

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