Saint John's Cathedral Main Street & Grand Street Paterson New Jersey
Save Outdoor Sculpture, New Jersey survey, 1994.
Image on file.
Alaya, Flavia, "Gaetano Federici: 1880-1964 The Artist as Historian," Paterson, NJ: Passaic County Historical Society, 1980, pg. 49.
(On front of relief, in raised letters:) TO PERPETUATE/THE MEMORY OF/A SAINTLY PRIEST/AND LOYAL CITIZEN,/WHO CEASED HIS LABORS/AFTER FIFTY-NINE YEARS/OF FAITHFUL AND EFFICIENT/SERVICE TO THE CHURCH AND CITY HE LOVED, THIS MONUMENT/IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED./VERY REV. WILLIAM McNULTY/BORN IN BALLYSHANNON, IRELAND, 1829/ORDAINED TO HOLY PRIESTHOOD, 1857/RECTOR OF ST. JOHN'S, 1863-1922/DIED JUNE 18, 1922/R.I.P.
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A bronze relief plaque marking the tomb of Dean William McNulty features a seated figure of Mary dressed in robes and supporting the body of Christ on her keess. Below the pieta scene are reliefs of a cross flanked by two rosaries, followed by an inscription.