[1600-1779] [1780-1849] [1850-1899] [1900-1944] [1945-76]


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    I. 1600-1779:

    1. Ohio Earthworks *

    * Hopewell earthworks, Newark, OH, ca. 300 BC-700 AD.
    * Adena serpent mound, Locust Grove, OH, 900-1200.
    * Serpent mound, Bratten Township, Adams County, OH.
  • 1a: Monk's Mound, Cahokia, IL, view from northeast, photo 1995, M. Brack. xx
  • 1b: Monk's Mound, Cahokia, IL, view with pallisade in foreground, photo 1995, M. Brack. . xx
  • 1c: Monk's Mound, Cahokia, IL, view from summit, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx

    4. Indian village of Secoton, Roanoke Island, SC, ca. 1577-90

    5. Tepees *
    * Tepees, Arapaho camp, Fort Dodge, KS.
    * Tepees, Assiniboin camp.

  • 5a: Tepee, outside Wheelwright Museum, Santa Fe, NM, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx

    7. Pueblo Bonito, Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon, NM, ca. 1100-1300

  • 7a: Great Kiva, photo J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 7b: wall and window detail, photo J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 7c: stonework detail, photo 1989, M. Brack. xx
  • 7d: Pueblo Kettle ruins, photo J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    8. The Governors' Palace, Santa Fe, NM, 1610-12, restored 1913 (R, W:1610-14)

  • 8a: view, photo M. Brack. xx
  • 8b: general view from left of front, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx

    9. San Esteban, Acoma, NM, ca. 1629-42

  • 9a: general view from southwest, photo 1987, M. Brack xx
  • 9b: church and convent, view from south, photo 1991, B. Giberti. xx
  • 9c: view from northeast, photo 1974, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 9d: church and convent, view from south, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx
  • 9e: convent, view from south, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx
  • 9f: detail of adobe construction, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx

    10. St. Luke's, Newport Parish Church, Isle of Wight County, VA, 1632-ca. 1675

  • 10a: general view from southwest, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 10b: east end, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 10c: interior looking east, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx

    11. Adam Thoroughgood house, Princess Anne County, VA, 1636-40

  • 11a: front, photo 1990, J. Cohen. xx
  • 11b: right flank, photo 1990, J. Cohen. xx

    12. Dutch houses *
    * Pieter Wyckoff house, Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY, 1639
    * Jan Ditmar house, Flatlands, Brooklyn, NY, ca. 1700
    * Dyckman house, New York, NY, ca. 1783

  • 12a: Abraham Hasbrouck house, New Paltz, NY, 1692-1712, general view, photo c. 1960, D. Stillman. xx
  • 12b: Leendert Bronck house, W. Coxsackie, NY, 1738, general view, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 12c: Leendert Bronck house, W. Coxsackie, NY, 1738, left flank, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 12d: Lucas Van Alen house, Kinderhook, NY, general view, photo 1986, D. Stillman. xx
  • 12e: Verplanck house, Beacon, NY, c. 1730, photo 1992, P. Scott. xx
  • 12f: "Stockade, " Schenectady, NY, 17th. c., photo 1984, P. Scott. xx
  • 12g: Exchange Place, Broad and Garden Streets, New York City, in 1700, woodcut after engraving by Samuel Hollyer, from J. Harter, Images of World Architecture (New York, 1990), fig. 555-2. xx
  • 12h: Tile House, New Castle, DE, 1687, woodcut, from J. Harter, Images of World Architecture (New York, 1990), fig. 555-1. xx

    15. City Hall, New Amsterdam, New York, NY, 1641-42

  • 15b: City Tavern, New Amsterdam (New York City), 1641-42, used as Stadthuys (City Hall) 1654-99, woodcut after 1679 print, from J. Harter, Images of World Architecture (New York, 1990), fig. 555-4. xx
  • 15a: Old City Hall II, Broad & Wall Streets, New York City, 1699-1700 woodcut after print, c.1745-47, from J. Harter, Images of World Architecture (New York, 1990), fig. 498-2. xx
  • 15c: View of Early Manhattan, with City Hall altered into "Federal Edifice," c. 1789, by P. C. L'Enfant, woodcut, from J. Harter, Images of World Architecture (New York, 1990), fig. 555-6. xx

    16. Bacon's Castle, Arthur Allen house, Surry County, VA, ca. 1656 (R,W: ca.1655)

  • 16a: general view, photo 1954-55, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 16b: flank (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 16c: end wall and chimney detail, photo 1954-55, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 16d: south front, photo c. 1960, D. Stillman. xx
  • 16e: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 20, after Donald Millar. xx
  • 16f: front elevation, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 20, after Donald Millar.xx
  • 16g: front elevation, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 21, from a woodcut in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly.xx

    17. Old Ship Meeting House, Hingham, MA, 1681, 1731, 1755 (restored 1930).

  • 17a: view from left front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • X--17b: view of left flank and rear, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 17c: view of right flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 17d: view of left flank and rear, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 17e: section looking toward pulpit, Smith & Walker architects, dels. (J. Howe). xx
  • 17f: interior, pulpit at left, photo 1990, P. Scott. xx
  • 17g: pulpit, photo 1990, P. Scott. xx
  • 17h: columns and balustrades, photo 1990, P. Scott. xx
  • 17i: roof trusses, photo 1990, P. Scott. xx

    18. Plan of Philadelphia (Thomas Holme and William Penn), Philadelphia, PA, 1682

  • 18a: plan (? UP). xx
  • 18b: Regional detail, Peter C. Varlé, "Plan of the City and its Environs" (Phila., ca. 1796), Bradley & Co. reprint, ca. 1895, private collection. xx
  • 18c: Center City detail, from Peter C. Varlé, "Plan of the City and its Environs" (Phila., ca. 1796), Bradley & Co. reprint, ca. 1895, private collection. xx

    19. Parson Joseph Capen house, Topsfield, MA, 1683 (restored 1913).

  • 19a: front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 19b: front and right flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 19c: view prior to 1913 restoration, from John W. Freese, Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge and Nearby Towns (Boston, 1897). xx
  • 19d: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 8, after Donald Millar. xx
  • 19e: parlor, photo from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 13. xx
  • 19f: stairhall, photo from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 14. xx

    20. John Ward house, Salem, MA, 1684

  • 20a: view of front and right flank, J. Howe. xx
  • 20b: view of left flank and front, pre-restoration photo from John W. Freese, Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge and Nearby Towns (Boston, 1897). xx
  • 20c: front, photo 1990, R. Ennis (Drexel U.). xx
  • 20d: front detail, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 20e: left flank (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift 1971). xx
  • 20f: parlor (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift 1971). xx
  • 20g: rear roof and flank, photo 1992, P. Scott. xx

    21. College of William and Mary, Wren Building (Alexander Spotswood) (H: C. Wren?), Williamsburg, VA, 1695-1702 (W:1709-15) (H:1716-1859)

  • 21a: front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 21b: rear, photo 1990, J. Cohen. xx
  • 21c: President's house, 1732, photo 1990, J. Cohen. xx

    22. Plan of Williamsburg (Francis Nicholson), Williamsburg, VA, 1699

    23. Capitol (Henry Cary), Williamsburg, VA, 1701-05, reconstructed 1928-34

  • 23a: view from south, photo 1963, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 23b: detail of south bow and arcade, photo 1945, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 23c: northeast angle, photo 1963, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 23d: stairhall, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 23e: Governor's Council room, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 23f: Court room, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    24. Palace of the Governors (Henry Cary), Williamsburg, VA, 1706-20, 1751, reconstructed 1928-34 (H:1749-51)

  • 24a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 74. xx
  • 24b: view from south, (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 24c: entrance court, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 24d: view from northwest, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 24e: ballroom entry, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 24f: ballroom, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 24g: hall, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 24h: second floor hall, photo 1954, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    25. Mulberry Castle, St. John's Parish, Berkeley County, SC, 1714

  • 25a: entrance facade, photo D. Stillman. xx
  • 25b: flank view, from southeast, photo D. Stillman. xx
  • 25c: late 18th c. detail of drawing room chimneypiece, photo D. Stillman. xx
  • 25d: view from northwest, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 43.xx

    26. McPhedris-Warner house (S:Macpheadris), Portsmouth, NH, 1718-23 (S:1716-23)

  • 26a: front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 26b: angled view of front, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 26c: close facade, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 26d: windows and dormers (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of G. B. Tatum, 1964). xx

    27. Plan, view of Boston, Boston, MA, 1722 plan

  • 27a: Bonner plan, 1722 (? UP). xx

    28. Stratford Hall, Thomas Lee house, Westmoreland County, VA, 1725-30

  • 28a: general view, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 28b: angled view of front, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 28c: stair and doorway, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 28d: flanker at right, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 28e: great room, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 28f: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 41. xx

    29. Christ Church (Dr. John Kearsley) (spire: Robert Smith), Philadelphia, PA, 1727-44, spire 1750-54.

  • 29a: view from southeast, from Columbian Magazine vol. 1 (1787), suppl. p. 839. xx
  • 29b: east end, photo pre-1968, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 29c: south flank, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 29d: steeple (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 29e: west end (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 29f: detail over Palladian window (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 29g: interior looking east (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 29h: pulpit (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 29i: detail of arcade, photo 1985, M. Brack. xx
  • 29j: detail of northeastern corner, photo pre-1968, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 29k: view from southeast, (source?). xx

    30. Old South Meeting House (Robert Twelves), Boston, MA, 1729-30

  • 30a: view from west, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 30b: view of west front and north tower, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 30c: view from south, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 30d: interior, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 30e: pulpit wall, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx

    31. Westover, William Byrd II house, Charles City County, VA, 1730-34 (S:1726-30)

  • 31a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46. xx
  • 31b: general view, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31c: view outward through gate, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31d: facade, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31e: doorway, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.).
  • 31f: pediment, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31g: stairhall, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31h: newel, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31i: plasterwork detail, photo 1954-62, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 31j: lawn and front, photo 1981, P. Scott. xx
  • 31k: dependency, photo 1981, P. Scott. xx

    32. Plan of Savannah, Savannah, GA

  • 32a: old plan (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx

    33. Christ Church, Lancaster County, VA, 1732

  • 33a: angle view, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 33b: segmental frontispiece, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 33c: triangular frontispiece, photo 1981, P. Scott. xx
  • 33d: cornice detail, photo 1981, P. Scott. xx
  • 33e: nave, photo 1981, P. Scott. xx
  • 33f: pulpit, photo 1982, P. Scott.

    34. Pennsylvania State House (Independence Hall) (Andrew Hamilton and Edward Wooley), Philadelphia, PA, 1732-35, 1749-51 (tower) (R:1731-53)

  • 34a: view of north front, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 34b: view from northeast, 1827, engraving by C. G. Childs (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 34c: close view of tower from southeast, photo 1986, J. Cohen. xx
  • 34d: aerial view of tower and Old City Hall (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 34e: distant view from south, with mall (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 34f: view of mall from tower, photo 1990, P. Behrens. xx
  • 34g: entrance hall arcade (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 34h: engraved view of east room, 1876, photo pre-1970, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.) ? source. xx
  • 34i: interior detail, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 34j: stairhall (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 34k: long gallery, second floor (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 34l: North Front, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    35. Cahokia Courthouse, Cahokia, IL, 1737

  • 35a: view, photo 1989, M. Brack. xx
  • 35b: front, photo 1996, P. Scott. xx
  • 35c: detail of wall construction, photo 1996, P. Scott. xx

    36. Old Colony House (Richard Munday), Newport, RI, 1739-41.

  • 36a: front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 36b: entry detail, R. Ennis (Drexel U.). xx
  • 36c: upper facade, photo 1990, R. Ennis (Drexel U.). xx

    37. Saal (chapel) and Sharon (sisters' house), Ephrata, PA, 1740 and 1742-43.

  • 37a: general view, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 37b: sharon, north facade, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 37c: sharon, meeting room, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 37d: sharon, sleeping alcove (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 37e: saal, meeting room (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 37f: saal, kitchen (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 37g: domestic cell, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 37h: dormers, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx

    38. Redwood Library (Peter Harrison), Newport, RI, 1748-50 (W:1749-50, S:1748-51)

  • 38a: view of front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 38b: right flank and front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 38c: view from right corner, photo 1990, R. Ennis (Drexel U.). xx

    39. King's Chapel (Peter Harrison), Boston, MA, 1749-54, 1785-87 (S:1753)

  • 39a: front view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 39b: view of left flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 39c: general view, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 39d: interior, photo J. Cohen. xx

    40. Carter's Grove, James City County, VA, 1750-53

  • 40a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 47. xx
  • 40b: general view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 40c: stairhall, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 40d: northeast room, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 40e: southeast room, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 40f: cornice detail, southeast room, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 40g: interior detail, entablature, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    41. St. Michael (Samuel Cardy?), Charleston, SC, 1752-61

  • 41a: front and flank, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 41b: distant view (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 41c: steeple (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 41d: view from left flank, photo 1976, D. Stillman. xx
  • 41e: front within portico, photo P. Scott. xx

    42. Gunston Hall (William Buckland), Fairfax County, VA, 1755-59

  • 42a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46. xx
  • 42b: west front, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42c: west porch, photo 1970, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42d: garden front, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42e: garden porch, photo 1947-60, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42f: stairhall, photo 1947-60, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42g: dining room, photo 1947-60, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42h: parlor, photo 1947-60, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42i: northwest room, photo 1947-60, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 42j: detail, Chinese room, photo 1947-60, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    43. Mount Airy, Col. John Tayloe house (John Ariss?), Richmond County, VA, 1758-62

  • 43a: forecourt, from north, photo 1962-72, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 43b: west dependency, photo 1962-72, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 43c: south front, photo 1962-72, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 43d: east flank and south front, photo 1962-72, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 43e: Palladian window detail, east flank, photo 1962-72, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 43f: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 50.xx

    44. John Vassall-Longfellow house, Cambridge, MA, 1759

  • 44a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46. xx
  • 44b: facade, photo 1968, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.) xx
  • 44c: angle view, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 44d: frontispiece, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 44e: front left parlor, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 44f: stair and newel, photo P. Scott. xx

    45. Touro Synagogue (Peter Harrison), Newport, RI, 1759-63

  • 45a: view from right front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 45b: entry porch, photo 1990, R. Ennis (Drexel U.). xx
  • 45c: interior, from gallery, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 45d: balcony, photo 1961, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 45e: east wall (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 45f: detail of decalogue, east wall (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift, ca. 1961). xx

    46. Wentworth-Gardner house, Portsmouth, NH, 1760

  • 46a: front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 46b: general view (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 46c: facade (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of G. B. Tatum). xx
  • 46d: frontispiece (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of G. B. Tatum). xx
  • 46e: parlor, in Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, photo 1955, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). ? xx
  • 46f: parlor, fireplace wall, in Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). ? xx
  • 46g: angle view of front, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 46h: stairhall with framing arch, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • X- 46: stairhall, photo 1982, P. Scott.
  • X- 46: stairhall, photo 1982, P. Scott.
  • 46i: portal to parlor on right, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 46j: parlor, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 46k: upper stairhall, looking frontward, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 46l: upper stairhall, looking to rear, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • X - 46: upper stairhall, looking to rear, with woman, photo 1982, P. Scott.

    47. Christ Church (Peter Harrison), Cambridge, MA, 1760-61 (H:1759-61)

  • 47a: front and right flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 47b: left flank and front, photo from John W. Freese, Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge and Nearby Towns (Boston, 1897). xx
  • 47c: detail, flank, photo 1990, R. Ennis (Drexel U.). xx
  • 47d: interior, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx

    48. Brick Market (Peter Harrison), Newport, RI, 1761-62

  • 48a: long side, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 48b: short, streetside front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 48c: angle view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 48d: angle view, photo 1980, M. Brack. xx

    49. Miles Brewton house (Ezra Waite), Charleston, SC, 1765-69

  • 49a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46. xx
  • 49b: front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 49c: stairhall, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 49d: dining room, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 49e: drawing room, photo 1997, C. Harker (Drexel U.). xx
  • 49f: mantel, drawing room, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    50. Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo (Pedro Huizar), San Antonio, TX, 1768-77 (H:1720-31)

  • 50a: general view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 50b: facade, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 50c: frontispiece, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 50d: oblique detail of upper facade, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 50e: rose window, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 50f: interior (reconstructed), photo 1982, M. Brack xx
  • 50g: flank view from southeast, photo 1984, D. Stillman. xx
  • 50h: nave (restored 1934-37), photo 1984, D. Stillman. xx
  • 50i: convent (before 1749, Gothic arches 1859-67), photo 1984, D. Stillman. xx

    51. Chase-Lloyd house (master builder 1769-71, Mr. Scott; interiors 1772-74, William Buckland), Annapolis, MD, 1769-74 (H:1769-71)

  • 51a: plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46. xx
  • 51b: front, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 51c: frontispiece, photo 1970, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 51d: detail of frontispiece, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 51e: garden front, photo R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 51f: entry hall, photo 1961, D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 51g: parlor, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 51h: parlor ceiling, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 51i: doorway detail, dining room, photo 1955, D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    52. Monticello, Thomas Jefferson house (Thomas Jefferson), Charlottesville, VA, 1771-80, 1796-1809 (H:1772, 1789-1809)

  • 52a: angle view of garden side, photo 1990, J. Howe. xx
  • 52b: long view from garden side, photo 1990, J. Howe. xx
  • 52c: reconstructed perspective, prior to 1795, ? (UP). xx
  • 52d: view from southwest (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of J. F. O'Gorman, 1970). xx
  • 52e: view from southeast, photo 1961, D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
    X -- 52f: final plan, 1809, ? (UP)@.
  • 52g: north flank, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 52h: sky room, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx
  • 52i: original front elevation, Thomas Jefferson 1771, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 72, original in Coolidge collection.xx

    53. Hammond-Harwood house (William Buckland), Annapolis, MD, 1773-74

  • 53a: general view, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 53b: facade, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 53c: frontispiece, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 53d: frontispiece detail, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 53e: right dependency, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 53f: rear facade, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 53g: dining room (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of Mrs. ? Eaton). xx
  • 53h: mantel, dining room, photo 1960, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    54. First Baptist Meetinghouse (Joseph Brown), Providence, RI, 1774-75

  • 54a: general view, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx
  • 54b: entry porch, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 54c: interior, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx

     

    II. 1780-1849:

    55. San Francisco Rancho de Taos, Taos, NM, 1780 (S:1772)

  • 55a: general view, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 55b: approach, with gate, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 55c: rear view, with butresses, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    56. San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, AZ, 1784-97 (W:1775-97) (Ignacio Gaona)

  • 56a: oblique view of front,, photo 1972, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 56b: distant view from side, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 56c: facade, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 56d: detail of front, photo 1972, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 56e: interior, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 56f: view up into dome, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 56g: reredos, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 56h: detail of facade, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx
  • 56i: nave and choir from gallery, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx
  • 56j: crossing dome, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx
  • 56k: detail of nave dome, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx
  • 56l: choir and reredos, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx
  • 56m: roof of sacristy, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx

    57. Mission San Carlos de Borromeo, Carmel, CA, 1793-97 (Manuel Estevan Ruiz)

  • 57a: front, photo 1983, M. Brack. xx
  • 57b: detail of front, photo 1987, D. Stillman. xx
  • 57c: nave and retablo, photo 1987, D. Stillman. xx
  • 57d: detail of retablo, photo 1987, D. Stillman. xx
  • 57e: side wall, photo 1987, D. Stillman. xx

    58. Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, VA, 1785-88 (R:1785-89) (H: 1785-96) (Thomas Jefferson)

    059. "The Woodlands," William Hamilton house, Philadelphia, PA, 1786-89 (W: 1788-89).

    60. Plan of Washington, Washington, DC, 1791 (Pierre Charles L'Enfant)

  • 60a: Thomas Jefferson, [Proposed Plan of Federal City], March 1791, Ink on paper, Thomas Jefferson Papers, Manuscript Division Library of Congress. xx
  • 60b: Pierre Charles L'Enfant, "Plan of the City of Washington," March 1792, Engraving on paper, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 60c: Robert King, "A Map of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia," 1818, Engraved map, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 60d: Peder Anderson and Fitz Hugh Lane, "View of the City of Washington," 1838, Color lithograph, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx

    61. Capitol Building, Washington, DC, 1792-1827 (W: 1793-1830) (William Thornton, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Charles Bulfinch)

  • 61a: William Thornton, [East Elevation for North Wing], 1795-1797, Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61b: Stephen Hallet, [Principal Floor, Plan of Fifth Design for Capitol], 1793, Ink and Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61c: William Thornton, [Plan of the Principal Floor of the Capitol], c. 1793-1797, Ink and water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61d: William Thornton, [Plan of Ground Story of the Capitol], c. 1795-1797, Ink and water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61e: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, "Plan of the Principal Story of the Capitol, U.S.," 1806, Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61f: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, [Plan of the House of Representatives], c. 1808-1813, Ink and Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61g: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, "Sections of the Court Room, N. Wing, Capitol," c. 1808, Watercolor on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61h: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, [Details of the Senate Ceiling and Roof], c. 1807-1809, Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61i: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, "Design of the Library of Congress of the United States, North Wing of the Capitol," 1808, Ink and water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61j: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, [Study for a West Front], c. 1808-1809, Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61k: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, "Design Proposed for the Hall of Representatives, U.S., Section from North to South," 1815, Ink and Water color on paper, Architect of the Capitol xx
  • 61l: Benjamin Henry Latrobe, [Plan of the Mall and the Capitol Grounds], 1815, Water color on paper, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61m: Alexander Jackson Davis, designer; Archibald L. Dick, engraver, "Capitol of the United States. Plan of the Principal Floor." c. 1832-1834, Ink and water color on paper, Prints and Photographs, Division Library of Congress. xx
  • 61n: Alexander Jackson Davis, "Plan of the Ceilings of the Capitol of the United States, Washington," c. 1832-1834, Engraving on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. xx
  • 61o: John Rubens Smith, [West Front of the Capitol with Gatehouses], c. 1828, Water color on paper, John Rubens Smith, Collection Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress (Gift of the Madison Council and Mrs. Joseph Carson). xx
  • 61p: Charles Fenderich, "Elevation of the Eastern Front of the Capitol of the United States," Washington: William Fischer, 1839, Lithograph, Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress. xx
  • 61q:John Plumbe, [East Front of the Capitol], 1846, Copyprint from glass negative, Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress. xx
  • 61r: North Wing , 1800, engraving by Birch, manuscripts div., Library of Congress. xx

    62. Tontine Crescent, Boston, MA, 1793 (Charles Bulfinch)

  • 62a: early photo, from Charles A. Place, Charles Bulfinch, Architect and Citizen (Boston, 1925), pl. opp. p. 72. xx
  • 62b: elevation by Bulfinch, from Charles A. Place, Charles Bulfinch, Architect and Citizen (Boston, 1925), pl. opp. p. 71. xx
  • 62c: reconstructed as branch library, Boston, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 62d: elevation by Bulfinch, Prints & Photo. Div., Library of Congress. xx

    63. Mills/Factories
    * Old Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI, 1793 (Samuel Slater)
    * Falls Mill, Fall River, MA n.d.
    * Boston Manufacturing Co., Waltham, MA, 1826-30

  • 63a: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI 1793. long flank view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 63b: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI 1793. general view, downriver side, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 63c: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI 1793. view with hoist and cupola, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 63z. Mills on Merrimack River, Lowell, MA, photo 1908, Detroit Publishing Co. (#015575), Library of Congress. xx
  • 63d: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI, 1793, distant view, photo J. Cohen. xx
  • 63e: Wilkinson Mill, Pawtucket, RI, 1810, flank, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 63f: Mill, Manayunk, Philadelphia, 19th c., canal side, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx
  • 63g: Mill, CT, c. 1860, photo 1981, J. Cohen. xx

    64. Early Industrial Communities
    * Mill Town, Harrisville, NH, 1818-50
    * New Harmony, New Harmony, IN, c. 1825 (Stedman Whitwell; R: with Robert Owen?)
    * Lowell, MA c. 1833 (R: 1821) (R: Kirk Boott)

  • 64a: Boot Mill, Lowell, MA, general view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 64b: Lowell, MA, close view of factory, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 64c: Harrisville, NH, mill building, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 64d: Harrisville, NH, view with canal, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 64e: Harrisville, NH, angle view of mill, 1846, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 64f: Harrisville, NH, workers' houses, 1864, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 64g: Lowell, MA, Boott Mill, 1824, view (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of D. T. van Zanten, 1971). xx

    65. Massachusetts State House, Boston, MA, 1795-98 (W: 1795-97) (Charles Bulfinch)

  • 65a: front, photo J. Howe xx
  • 65b: angle view of front, photo J. Howe xx
  • 65c: angle view of front, print, from Moses King, King's Handbook of Boston (Cambridge, MA, 1885). xx
  • 65d: front elevation by Bulfinch (MIT? legal?) [J. Howe] xx
  • 65e: right flank and front before 1917 additions, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 65f: State House Boston, 1795-98. Charles Bulfinch, architect.
    front view after 1917 additions and repainting in white in the 1920s, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 65g: interior, photo, J. Randall Cotton. xx
  • 65h: Senate chamber, loggia, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx
  • 65i: House of Repr. chamber, ceiling detail, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx
  • 65j: plan and elevation by Bulfinch, Prints & Photo. Div., Library of Congress. xx

    66. Virginia State Penitentiary, Richmond, VA, 1797-98 (Benjamin Henry Latrobe)

    67. Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1799-1801 (R, W: 1798-1800) (Benjamin Henry Latrobe)

  • 67a: first floor plan, from the architect's original drawings in possession of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, from Fiske Kimball, "The Bank of Pennsylvania 1799" Architectural Record, vol. 44 (Aug. 1918). xx
  • 67b: perspective, from the architect's original drawings in possession of the Maryland Historical Society, from Fiske Kimball, "The Bank of Pennsylvania 1799" Architectural Record, vol. 44 (Aug. 1918). xx
  • 67c: east elevation, from the architect's original drawings in possession of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, from Fiske Kimball, "The Bank of Pennsylvania 1799" Architectural Record, vol. 44 (Aug. 1918). xx
  • 67d: north elevation, from the architect's original drawings in possession of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, from Fiske Kimball, "The Bank of Pennsylvania 1799" Architectural Record, vol. 44 (Aug. 1918). xx

    68. New York City Hall, New York, NY, 1802-11 (Joseph F. Mangin & John McComb Jr.)

  • 68a: view of front, from an old tinted postcard. xx
  • 68b: southwest view from above, amid early skyscrapers, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 68c. view from southeast, tinted photograph, ca. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.53571), Library of Congress. xx
  • 68d. interior, hall, governor's suite, ca. 1910-20, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.073027), Library of Congress. xx
  • 68e: close facade, photo 1991, J. Cohen. xx
  • 68f: stairhall dome, photo pre-1972, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 68g: ground floor plan by Mangin, 1803, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 20. xx
  • 68h: upper floor plan by Mangin, 1803, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux tats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 20. xx
  • 68i: front elevation by Mangin, 1803, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux tats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 21. xx
  • 68j: longitudinal section by Mangin, 1803, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux tats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 21. xx
  • 68k: view in rotunda, Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux tats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 22. xx

    69. Commissioners' Plan of New York, New York, NY, 1807-11 (S: 1811)

    70. Baltimore Cathedral/Cathedral of the Assumption, Baltimore, MD, 1804-18 (R: 1804-21) (W: 1814-18) (Benjamin Henry Latrobe)

  • 70a. general view from southwest, photograph ca. 1902, W.H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 014266), Library of Congress. xx
  • 70b: general view (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of G. B. Tatum, 1966). xx
    X -- 70c: front angle, Teitelman 66.
  • 70d: south flank, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 70e: southwest cupola, from roof, photo 1995, J. Cohen. xx
  • 70f: interior, photo 1981, J. Cohen. xx
  • 70g: plan, from Fiske Kimball, "Latrobe's Designs for the Cathedral of Baltimore" Architectural Record, vol. 43 (June 1918). xx
  • 70h: section, from Fiske Kimball, "Latrobe's Designs for the Cathedral of Baltimore" Architectural Record, vol. 43 (June 1918). xx
  • 70i: General view from South-West, Photo 97, M. Clausen. xx
  • 70j: Interior dome, Photo 97, M. Clausen. xx

    071. Monumental Church, Richmond, VA, 1812 (Robert Mills)

    72. Lancaster Meeting House, Lancaster, MA, 1816 (R: 1815-17) (Charles Bulfinch)

  • 72a: front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 72b: front and flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 72c: pulpit wall (redecorated c. 1900), photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx
  • 72d: pulpit columns, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx

    73. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 1817-1826 (Thomas Jefferson)

  • 73a: rotunda from lawn, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 73b: angle view of rotunda, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 73z. panoramic photo of pavilons, lawn, and library, Haines Photo Co., 1909, Panoramic Photograph Collection (pan 6a12310), Library of Congress. xx
  • 73c: rotunda, angle view, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 73d: pavilion V, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 73e: pavilion IX, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 73f: pavilion X, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 73g: East range, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 73h: serpentine wall, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx

    74. Second Bank of the United States, Philadelphia, PA, 1818-24 (William Strickland)

  • 74a: south front, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 74b: front elevation by F. W. Strickland, 1833, Tennessee State Library. xx
  • 74c: flank, photo 1982, J. Cohen. xx
  • 74d: flank detail 1982, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    75. Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, PA, W 1823-29, R 1823-25 (John Haviland).

  • 75a: angle view of front, photo 1987, M. Brack. xx
  • 75b: aerial view, lithograph, 1855, by convict no. 2954 [S. Cowperthwaite]. xx
  • 75c: general plan, 1837, from F.-A. Demetz and G.-A. Blouet. Rapports sur les pénitenciers des Etats-Unis (Paris, 1837). xx
  • 75d: elevated view from rotunda toward front, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 75e: elevated view, corridors nearing rotunda, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 75f: interior of rotunda at hub, photo, J. Randall Cotton. xx
  • 75g: two-story wing, section, 1837, from F.-A. Demetz and G.-A. Blouet. Rapports sur les pénitenciers des Etats-Unis (Paris, 1837). xx
  • 75h: corridor, photo, J. Randall Cotton. xx
  • 75i: cell plans, 1837, from F.-A. Demetz and G.-A. Blouet. Rapports sur les pénitenciers des Etats-Unis (Paris, 1837). xx
  • 75j: view in cell, photo 1872, from R. Vaux, Brief Sketch of the Origin and History of the State Penitentiary (Phila., 1872). xx
  • 75k: cell interior, photo, J. Randall Cotton. xx

    76. Girard College, Philadelphia, PA, 1833-47 (W: 1833-48) (Thomas Ustick Walter)

  • 76a. main building and front gates, photograph ca. 1901, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 012951, 010504), Library of Congress. xx
  • 76b. main building, front and flank, photograph ca. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 012954), Library of Congress. xx
  • 76c. main building, plan by T. U. Walter, 1833, Girard College Collection. xx
  • 76d. main building, longitudinal section by T. U. Walter, 1833, Girard College Collection. xx
  • 76e: main building, longitudinal section by T. U. Walter, 1833, Girard College Collection. xx
  • 76f: perspective by T. U. Walter, 1833, Girard College Collection. xx
  • 76g: columns, photo 1987, M. Brack. xx
  • 76h: pediment and cornice detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    77. Customs House, New York, NY, 1834-41 (W: 1833-42) (Town & Davis; W: & James Frazee)

  • 77a: angle view of front, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 77b: front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 77c: rotunda, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 77d: dome, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx

    78. Lafayette Terrace / La Grange Terrace, New York, NY, 1836 (R: 1830-33) (Town & Davis; R: A.J. Davis & Seth Geer?)

  • 78a: oblique view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 78b: perspective, woodcut from The Mirror, of Literature, Amusement and Instruction (New York) 30:329 (18 Nov. 1837). xx
  • 78c: individual house front, photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx

    79. "Oak Alley", Alexander Roman house, near Vacherie, LA, 1836 (S: ca. 1830) (George Swainey)

  • 79a: front, photo 1982, J. Cohen. xx
  • 79b: axial approach, photo 1982, J. Cohen. xx
  • 79c: view down allee, looking outward, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx

    80. Designs by A.J. Downing
    * "A House Without Feeling" & "A House With Feeling," n.d.
    * Design V, "A Cottage Villa in the Bracketed Mode," Cottage Residences (New York, 1842).

  • 80a: houses of George Sheaff, Mrs. Camac, from Downing, Treatise of Theory an Practice of Landscape Gardening (New York, 1841). xx
  • 80b: The Beautiful and the Picturesque compared, from Downing, Treatise of Theory an Practice of Landscape Gardening (New York, 1841). xx
  • 80c: "Cottage-Villa in the Rural Gothic style," from Downing, Architecture of County Houses (New York, 1850). xx
  • 80d: Pattern book design (A. J. Downing): "Irregular Villa in the Italian style, bracketed," view and plan, 1842, Andrew Jackson Downing, Cottage Residences, NY, 1842, Design 6. [must fix no.] xx

    81. "Lyndhurst," William Paulding house, near Tarrytown, NY, 1838-65 (W: 1838 & 1865-67) (Alexander Jackson Davis)

  • 81a. view from left front, photograph ca. 1910-20, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.073010), Library of Congress. xx
  • 81b: main front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 81c: angle view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 81d: left flank, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 81e: front elevation, U.S. postage stamp. xx
  • 81f: front, photo 1988, P. Scott. xx

    82. Trinity Church, New York, NY, 1839-46 (H: 1844-46) (Richard Upjohn)

  • 82a: view from west, tinted photograph, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 82b: view from southeast, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 82c: view westward down Wall Street, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 82d: tower and flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 82e. interior view toward altar, photograph ca. 1907, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.070215), Library of Congress. xx

    83. "Kingscote," Noble Jones house, Newport, RI, 1841 (W: 1839-41) (Richard Upjohn)

  • 83a: front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 83b: plan, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 83c: entrance hall, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 83d: living room, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    84. Tennessee State Capitol, Nashville, TN, 1845-59 (S: 1845-54) (William Strickland)

  • 84a. angle view, photograph ca. 1901, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.013557), Library of Congress. xx
  • 84b: distant view (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of Philadelphia Museum of Art). xx
  • 84c: angle view, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 84d: close angle (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of G. B. Tatum). xx
  • 84e: front elevation, Tennessee State Library. xx
  • 84f: front, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 84g: detail of portico, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 84h: lantern, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 84i: detail of windows, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 84j: iron stair and balcony in library, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx

    85. Edward King house, Newport, RI, 1845-47 (Richard Upjohn)

  • 85a: front, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 85b: angle view, photo 1988, J. Cohen. xx
  • 85c: plan (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx

    86. St. James The Less, Philadelphia, PA, 1846-49, W 1846-50 (John E. Carver / G. G. Place)

  • 86a: front, photo 1986, J. Cohen. xx
  • 86b: flank, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 86c: porch, photo, Nancy Fee. xx
  • 86d: rear, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 86e: interior, nave from near entrance, photo 1986, J. Cohen. xx
  • 86f: interior, chancel wall, photo 1986, J. Cohen. xx

    87. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, 1846-55 (W: 1848-49) (James Renwick)

  • 87a: oblique view from northeast, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 87b. oblique view from southwest, photograph ca. 1903, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 016514), Library of Congress. xx
  • 87c. view from the northwest, Photograph, 1867-1884, Smithsonian Institution (negative #29978). xx
  • 87d. view of north porch, looking east, Photograph, 1862, Smithsonian Institution (negative #SA-50). xx
  • 87e. Great Hall, Photograph, 1992, Richard W. Strauss, Smithsonian Institution (negative #92-16586). xx
  • 87f. interior view of the West Wing, Photograph, 1898-1911, Smithsonian Institution (negative #16876) xx
  • 87g: view from northeast, lithograph, 1849, from Robert Dale Owen, Hints on Public Architecture (New York, 1849), pl. opp. 104. . xx
    X -- 87h: north elevation by Renwick, 1848, Smithsonian Institution Archives, Bates -Dont use. xx
  • 87i: plans, from Robert Dale Owen, Hints on Public Architecture (New York, 1849), pl. opp. 105. xx
  • 87j: apse on west end of north front, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx

    88. Railroad Stations
    * New Haven Railroad Station, New Haven, CT, 1848-49 (Henry Austin)
    * Union Passenger Depot, Providence, RI, 1848 (Thomas Tefft)

  • 88a: New Haven Depot, engraving, from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, 1851. xx

     

    III. 1850-99:

    89. balloon frame

  • 89a: balloon frame, isometric view, William E. Bell, Carpentry Made Easy (Phila., 1858), p.53 [ck-elev?]. xx

    90. U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter)

  • X - 90a: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), photo J. Howe xx
  • X - 90b: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 90c: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), Frederick Law Olmsted, "General Plan for the Improvement of the U.S. Capitol Grounds," 1874, Ink and water color on paper, Architect of the Capitol. xx
  • 90d: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), Thomas U. Walter and Montgomery Meigs, "Plan of Principal Story, North Wing," c. 1856, Ink and ink washes on paper, Architect of the Capitol. xx
  • 90e: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), general view, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 90f: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), general view, photo c. 1902, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 90g: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), rotunda elevation, 1855, Office of the Architect of the Capitol? xx
  • 90h: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), rotunda section, 1859, Office of the Architect of the Capitol. xx
  • 90i: U.S. Capitol, cast iron dome and extensions, Washington, DC, 1851-65 (T.U. Walter), new Senate interior, photo c.1902, W. H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx

    91. Cast iron commercial buildings: repr. examples

  • 91a: cast-iron front, elevation from D. Badger Illustrations of Iron Architecture made by the Architectural Iron Works, NY, 1865, pl. 54. xx
  • 91b: cast-iron consoles, corbels, and urn, from D. Badger Illustrations of Iron Architecture made by the Architectural Iron Works, NY, 1865, pl. 48. xx
  • 91c. John B. Corlies, designer; James Bogardus, manufacturer, Harper Brothers & Co. Building, New York, NY, 1854, print, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X938/b). xx
  • 91d. Carstenson and Gildermeister, architects, Crystal Palace of New York, 1852, exterior, print, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X875.1/b). xx
  • 91e. Carstenson and Gildermeister, architects, Crystal Palace of New York, 1852, interior perspective, print, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X875.1/d2). xx

    92. Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.)

  • 92a: Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.) print, D. Badger Illustrations of Iron Architecture made by the Architectural Iron Works, NY, 1865. xx
  • 92b: Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.) old photo, JSAH, Dec. 1956, p.19, citing Otis Elevator Co. ~ xx
  • 92c: Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.) detail, photo Robert Nevitt. xx
  • 92d: Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.) corner detail, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 92e: Haughwout Building, New York, NY, 1857 (John P. Gaynor, architect; Daniel Badger, mfr.) cornice detail, [UPsl-src? 100/B135/7Hau1h]. xx

    93. Llewellyn Park, Orange, NJ, 1852-69 (H:1853) (A.J. Davis [R:Llewellyn Haskell with E. A. Baumann and H. Daniels])

  • 93a: Llewellyn Park, Orange, NJ, 1852-69 (H:1853) (A.J. Davis [R:Llewellyn Haskell with E. A. Baumann and H. Daniels]), landscape plan, northwestern part, 1859, A. J. Downing, Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 6th ed., NY, 1859, f.107.[?] xx
  • 93b: Llewellyn Park, Orange, NJ, 1852-69 (H:1853) (A.J. Davis [R:Llewellyn Haskell with E. A. Baumann and H. Daniels]), landscape plan, 1932 real estate atlas.~ xx
  • 93c: Llewellyn Park, Orange, NJ, 1852-69 (H:1853) (A.J. Davis [R:Llewellyn Haskell with E. A. Baumann and H. Daniels]), gate house, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 93d: Llewellyn Park, Orange, NJ, 1852-69 (H:1853) (A.J. Davis [R:Llewellyn Haskell with E. A. Baumann and H. Daniels]), landscape plan, entrance, 1859, A. J. Downing, Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 6th ed., NY, 1859, f.107.[?] xx

    94. Morse-Libby house, Portland, ME, 1859-63 (Henry Austin (W:attrib to HA])

  • 94a: Morse-Libby house, Portland, ME, 1859-63 (Henry Austin [W:attrib to HA]), angle view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 94b: Morse-Libby house, Portland, ME, 1859-63 (Henry Austin [W:attrib to HA]), view from side, photo 1981, P. Scott. xx
  • 94c: front facade, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 94d: window detail, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx

    95. Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, 1861-65 (S:1862) (A. Gilman and G. Bryant)

  • 95a: Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, 1861-65 (S:1862) (A. Gilman and G. Bryant), forecourt and facade, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 95z: Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, 1861-65 (S:1862) (A. Gilman and G. Bryant), panoramic photo, E. Chickering & Co., 1903, Panoramic Photograph Collection (pan 6a06421), Library of Congress. xx
  • 95b: Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, 1861-65 (S:1862) (A. Gilman and G. Bryant), view, photo c. 1906, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 95c: Boston City Hall, Boston, MA, 1861-65 (S:1862) (A. Gilman and G. Bryant), view, photo 1978, J. Cohen. xx

    96. National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight)

  • 96a: National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight), old photograph, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1876, 3: pl.42. xx
  • 96b: National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight), view, print, The Builder (London), 1867, 25:29. xx
  • 96c: National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight), plan, The Builder (London), 1867, 25:28. xx
  • 96d: National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight), details of arches, The Builder (London), 1867, 25:28. xx
  • 96e: National Academy of Design, New York, NY, 1863-65 (H:1862-65) (Peter B. Wight), details of colonnette order, The Builder (London), 1867, 25:28. xx

    97. State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett)

  • 97a: State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett), front and west flank, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 97b: State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett), front and west flank, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 97c: State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett), view, photo c.1900-20, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 97d: State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett), front, photo 1978, J. Cohen xx.
  • 97e: State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett), angle view, photo D. Brownlee. xx
  • 97f: State, War and Navy Building (Executive Office Building), Washington, DC, 1871-75 (Alfred B. Mullett), closer view of front, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx

    98. Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur)

  • 98a: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), print, overall, Philadelphia, Plans of New Public Buildings, 1888, pl.1. xx
  • 98b: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), view from south, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 98c: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), photo c. 1905, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 98d: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), photo from nearer, c. 1900-10, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 98e: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), detail with tower, photo 1982, J. Cohen. xx
  • 98f: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), design for Independence Hall site, [GT src?] xx
  • 98g: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), old photo, William Penn statue, [GT src?] xx
  • 98h: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), mansard detail, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 98i: Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), view with tower, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 98j:Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-1901 (John MacArthur), close view, entry pavilion from below, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    99. Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt)

  • 99a: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), view from southwest, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 99b:Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), old view, postcard, [UPsl src?] xx
  • 99c: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), tinted photo, c. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 99d: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), southwest view and plan, Archtl. Sketch Book (Boston, 1874), 2: pl.1. xx
  • 99e: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), plan, Archtl. Sketch Book (Boston, 1874), 2: pl.1. xx
  • 99f: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), southeast view, Archtl. Sketch Book (Boston, 1874), 2: pl.2. xx
  • 99g: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), southwest view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 99h: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), southeast view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 99i: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), detail of towers, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx
  • 99j: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), early design, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X431/b2). xx
  • 99k: Memorial Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1870-78 (S:1871-78) (Ware & Van Brunt), dining hall, early photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X431/d). xx

    100. Lenox Library, New York, NY, 1870-77 (W:1870-75) (Richard Morris Hunt)

  • 100a: Lenox Library, New York, NY, 1870-77 (W:1870-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo, front, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1876, 3: pl.?.[UPsl] xx
  • 100b: Lenox Library, New York, NY, 1870-77 (W:1870-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1876, 3: pl. 13. xx
  • 100c: Lenox Library, New York, NY, 1870-77 (W:1870-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo, flank, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1876, 3: pl.?. [UPsl] xx
  • 100d: Lenox Library, New York, NY, 1870-77 (W:1870-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo, c. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co. (#016369), Library of Congress. xx

    101. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 ([Furness & Hewitt])

  • 101a: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), view from northeast, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 101b: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), front, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 101c: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), photo, front, c. 1900-06, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 101d: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), photo D. Brownlee. xx
  • 101e: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), flank, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 101f: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), flank detail, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 101g: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), stairhall, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 101h: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), stairhall, old photo, [GTsrc PAFA?] ~ xx
  • 101i: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), stairhall, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 101j: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), old perspective, [GTsrc PAFA?] ~ xx
  • 101k: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), preliminary heating plan, gallery level [GTsrc PAFA?] ~ xx
  • 101l: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, 1871-76 (Furness & Hewitt), Detail: front window, Photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    102. Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness)

  • 102a: Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness), front, [UPsrc?] xx
  • 102b: Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness), print, Scharf & Westcott, History of Philadelphia, 1884. xx
  • 102c: Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness), line drawing, W. M. Camac, del., (Phila.), 1876-77. xx
  • 102d: Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness), old interior view, [GTsrc: Prov NB?] xx
  • 102e: Provident Life and Trust Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1876-79 (W:1879) (Frank Furness), plan c. 1931, redrawn by M. Thomas [permission?] ~ xx

    103. ~ Apartment house reform, NYC: repr. examples

  • 103a:

    104. Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux)

  • 104a: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), aerial view, [UPsl: Tatum gift?] xx
  • 104b: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), driveway, c.1905, Detroit Publishing Co. (#09285), Library of Congress. xx
  • 104c: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), plans, A. J. Downing, [pub?] xx
  • 104d: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), mall, 1901, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 104e: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), view, photo 1975, M. Brack. xx
  • 104f: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), fountain, 1901, Detroit Publishing Co. (#012686), Library of Congress. xx
  • 104g: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), scene, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 104h: Central Park, New York, NY, 1857-c. 1880 (Frederick Law Olmsted with Calvert Vaux), view along 5th Avenue, c.1900-20, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx

    105. Plan of Riverside, IL, Riverside, IL, 1868 (Olmsted & Vaux)

  • 105a: Plan of Riverside, IL, Riverside, IL, 1868 (Olmsted & Vaux) xx
  • 105b: streetside view of houses, photo 1984, P. Scott. xx
  • 105c: house at 144 Scottswood Rd., c. 1870 (W. L. B. Jenney, archt?), photo 1984, P. Scott. xx

    106. ~ Pattern book designs: repr. examples

  • 106b: Pattern book design: bracket details, 1869-70 [UPsl: src?] xx
  • 106c: Pattern book design: mansion, elevation, 1842 [UPsl: src?] xx
  • 106d: Pattern book design: villa perspective, 1865 [UPsl: src?] xx
  • 106e: Pattern book design: renovations, W. Woolett, Old Homes Made New (New York, 1878). xx
  • 106f: Pattern book design: ventilation details, 1869-70 [UPsl: src?] xx
  • 106g: cornice designs for suburban houses, from Marcus Cummings, Architecture (1865). xx

    107. J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt)

  • 107a: J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt), front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 107b: J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt), flank, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 107c: J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt), hall interior, [Upsl: src?] xx
  • 107d: J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt), bracket detail, photo 1978, J. Cohen. xx
  • 107e: oblique view of front, photo 1983, D. Stillman. xx
  • 107f: J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt), view of flank, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 107g: J. N. A. Griswold house, Newport, RI, 1862 (Richard Morris Hunt), view of flank, photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#40514). xx

    108. Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN))

  • 108a: Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN)), oblique view of front facade, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 108b: Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN)), side bay, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 108c: Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN)), front facade from right, photo 1967, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 108d: Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN)), front facade from left, photo 1967, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 108e: Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN)), closer view, front facade, photo 1967, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 108f: Jacob Cram house (S: Sturtevant house), Middletown, RI, 1872 (Dudley Newton (attributed); (S:DN)), rear facade, photo 1967, R. Longstreth. xx

    109. W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-75 (H. H. Richardson)

  • 109a: W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-75 (H. H. Richardson), front, [UPsrc? 100/R253/3She1b] xx
  • 109b: W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-76 (H. H. Richardson), detail of front, photo 1988, J. Cohen. xx
  • 109c: W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-75 (H. H. Richardson), perspective sketch by Stanford White, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1875, 2: pl.18. xx
  • 109d: W. Watts Sherman house, Newport, RI, 1874-76 (H. H. Richardson), hall interior, sketch by Stanford White, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1875, 2: pl.19. xx

    110. Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White)

  • 110a: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) front, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 110b: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) angle, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 110c: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) angle view, photo 1970s, G. Thomas. xx
  • 110d: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) rear view, print, Century Magazine, May 1884, p.328. xx
  • 110e: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) rear facade, c.1905, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 110f: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) rear court, c.1905, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 110g: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) exterior detail, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 110h: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) rear court, photo 1988, J. Cohen. xx
  • 110i: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) rear veranda, photo, 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 110j: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) detail of left front, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 110k: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) detail of brick arch at entry, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 110l: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) detail in corner of rear court, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 110m: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White) detail with tower in rear court, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 110n: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80 (McKim, Mead & White), shingled arch over passage to rear court, photo P. Scott. xx

    111. Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White)

  • 111a: Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White), front angle, photo 1988, J. Cohen. xx
  • 111b: Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White), view from gate, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 111c: Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White), view from street, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 111d: Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White), approach and left flank, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 111e: Isaac Bell house, Newport, RI, 1881-83 (McKim, Mead & White), plan, G. W. Sheldon, Artistic Country-Seats, NY, 1885-86. xx

    112. M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson)

  • 112a: M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson), oblique view from right front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 112b: M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson), detail of right part of facade (with added bow), photo J. Howe. xx
  • 112c: M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson), front, photo M. Brack. xx
  • 112d: M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson), plan, G. W. Sheldon, Artistic Country-Seats, 1885-86. xx
  • 112e: M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson), angle view from left, photo 1978, D. Stillman. xx
  • 112f: M. F. Stoughton house, Cambridge, MA, 1882-83 (H. H. Richardson), detail of turret, photo 1990, D. Stillman. xx

    113. G. N. Black house, Kragsyde, Manchester, MA, 1885 (Peabody & Stearns)

  • 113a: Black house, Kragsyde, Manchester, MA, 1885 (Peabody & Stearns), view, photo, G. W. Sheldon, Artistic Country-Seats, NY, 1885-86. xx

    114. Richard L. Ashhurst house, Overbrook, PA, c. 1885 (Wilson Eyre)

  • 114a: Richard L. Ashhurst house, Overbrook, PA, c. 1885 (Wilson Eyre), front view, photo, G. W. Sheldon, Artistic Country-Seats, NY, 1885-86. xx
  • 114b: Richard L. Ashhurst house, Overbrook, PA, c. 1885 (Wilson Eyre), garden side view, photo, Inland Architect, April 1897. xx

    115. William Kent house, Tuxedo Park, NY, 1885-86 (Bruce Price)

  • 115a: William Kent house, Tuxedo Park, NY, 1885-86 (Bruce Price), old photo, G. W. Sheldon, Artistic Country-Seats, NY, 1885-86. xx
  • 115b: William Kent house, Tuxedo Park, NY, 1885-86 (Bruce Price), plan, G. W. Sheldon, Artistic Country-Seats, NY, 1885-86. xx

    116. William G. Low house, Bristol, RI, 1886-87 (McKim, Mead & White)

  • 116a: William G. Low house, Bristol, RI, 1886-87 (McKim, Mead & White) front, photo, R. Smith. xx
  • 116b: William G. Low house, Bristol, RI, 1886-87 (McKim, Mead & White) rear angle, photo, R. Smith. xx
  • 116c: William G. Low house, Bristol, RI, 1886-87 (McKim, Mead & White) rear, photo, R. Smith. xx
  • 116d: William G. Low house, Bristol, RI, 1886-87 (McKim, Mead & White) rear detail, photo, R. Smith. xx

    117. Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY, 1869-83 (S:1867-83) (John A. and W. A. Roebling)

  • 117a: Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY, 1869-83 (S:1867-83) (John A. and W. A. Roebling), view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 117b: Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY, 1869-83 (S:1867-83) (John A. and W. A. Roebling), old print, F. Stoedtner photo. ~ xx
  • 117c: Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY, 1869-83 (S:1867-83) (John A. and W. A. Roebling), old photo, [UPsl src: D. Steinman and S. R. Watson, Bridges and their Makers, NY, 1941 p.201]?, ~ xx
  • 117d: Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn, NY, 1869-83 (S:1867-83) (John A. and W. A. Roebling), old photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#18106) xx

    118. Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt)

  • 118a: Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo (J. Howe). xx
  • 118b: Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old tinted photo (J. Howe). xx
  • 118c: Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo from northwest (J. Howe). xx
  • 118d: Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), tinted photo of area, c.1900, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 118e: Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), old photo, A.I.A. Foundation, Washington, DC. ~ xx
  • 118f: Tribune Building, New York, NY, 1873-75 (W:1873-75) (Richard Morris Hunt), print, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1874, 1: pl.1. xx

    119. Western Union Building, New York, NY, 1873-76 (W:1873-75) (George B. Post)

  • 119a:

    120. Produce Exchange, New York, NY, 1881-85 (W:1881-84) (George B. Post)

  • 120a: Produce Exchange, New York, NY, 1881-85 (W:1881-84) (George B. Post), photo c. 1904, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx

    121. Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson)

  • 121a: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), general view from left front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 121b: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), general view from left front, old photograph (before porch was completed in the 1890s by Shepley, Rutan, Coolidge) (J. Howe). xx
  • 121c: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), general view from right front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 121d: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 121e: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), front porch, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 121f: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), close view upward of tower, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 121g: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), photo c. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress (#012270). xx
  • 121h: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), early plan, Monographs of American Architecture, 1885, v.23. xx
  • 121i: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), front, photo, R. Ennis. 1990. xx
  • 121j: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), old view, rear, M. G. van Rensselaer, H. H. Richardson and His Works, 1888, p.60a. xx
  • 121k: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), rear view, modern photo, [UPsrc? 100/R2553/2Trill] xx
  • 121l: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), flank detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 121m: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), published sketch, tower, New York Sketchbook of Architecture, 1874, 1: pl.32. xx
  • 121n: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), published sketch, interior, Architectural Sketchbook (Boston), 1873-74, 1: pl.5. xx
  • 121o: Trinity Church, Boston, MA, 1872-77 (W: 1873-77) (H. H. Richardson), portal detail, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    122. Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson)

  • 122a: Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson), rear, photo, D. Brownlee. xx
  • 122b: Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson), rear, photo c. 1904, Detroit Publishing Co. (#017099), Library of Congress. xx
  • 122c: Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson), rear angle, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 122d: Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson), front angle, photo, D. Brownlee. xx
  • 122e: Sever Hall, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1878-80 (H. H. Richardson), plan, [UPsrc?] xx

    123. Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson).

  • 123a: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 123b: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), detail of entrance, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 123c: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), addition from 1930s (Colletti, architect), photo J. Howe. xx
  • 123d: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), flank, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 123e: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), springing detail of arch, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 123f: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), front, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 123g: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), plan, M. G. van Rensselaer, H. H. Richardson and His Works, 1888, p.79. xx
  • 123h: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), detail, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 123i: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA, 1880-83 (H. H. Richardson), detail of fireplace, photo 1982, P. Scott. xx

    124. Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson)

  • 124a: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), old photo, [UPsl: src: AIA? 100/R253/7All1j] xx
  • 124b: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), second-story plan, M. G. van Rensselaer, H. H. Richardson and His Works, 1888, p.91. xx
  • 124c: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), front, photo 1980, J. Cohen. xx
  • 124d: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), flank, photo G. Thomas. xx
  • 124e: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), court, photo 1980, J. Cohen. xx
  • 124f: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), detail, photo 1980, J. Cohen. xx
  • 124g: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-88 (H. H. Richardson), bridge from courthouse to jail, photo 1980, J. Cohen. xx
  • 124h: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-94 (H. H. Richardson), rear view, photo R. Smith? [UPsl] xx
  • 124i: Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail, Pittsburgh, PA, 1884-95 (H. H. Richardson), jail, second-story plan, M. G. van Rensselaer, H. H. Richardson and His Works, 1888, p.93. xx

    125. Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-87 demolished 1930 (H. H. Richardson)

  • 125a: Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-87 (H. H. Richardson), angle view, old photo (J. Howe). xx
  • 125b: Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-87 (H. H. Richardson), old view, photo, F. Stoedtner. ~ xx
  • 125c: Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-87 (H. H. Richardson), plan, [UPsl src: D. Robb?] xx
  • 125d: Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL, 1885-87 (H. H. Richardson), old photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (repro #16119) xx.

    126. Home Insurance Building, Chicago, IL, 1883-85 (William Le Baron Jenney)

  • 126a: Home Insurance Building, Chicago, IL, 1883-85 (William Le Baron Jenney), print, [UPsl src: Prestel catalog?] xx
  • 126b: Home Insurance Building, Chicago, IL, 1883-85 (William Le Baron Jenney), old photo, [UPsl src: ?] xx
  • 126c: Home Insurance Building, Chicago, IL, 1883-85 (William Le Baron Jenney), old photo, Chicago Architectural Photograph Company, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (# X539.3/c) xx.

    127. Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root)

  • 127a: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), corner view, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 127b: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), view, photo, G. Thomas. xx
  • 127c: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), upper facade, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 127d: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), view up corner, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 127e: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), upper angle, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 127f: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), detail, later portion, photo, G. Thomas. xx
  • 127g: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL, 1884-85, 1889-92 (H:1889-92)(Burnham & Root), general view, photo 1984, P. Scott. xx

    128. Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95) (Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.])

  • 128: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.]), corner view, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 128a: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.]), view, [UPsl src: G. Tatum?] xx
  • 128b: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.]), detail, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 128c: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.]), view under construction, , 1894-95, 4:304. xx
  • 128d: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.]), view, old photo, , 1894-95, 4:305. xx
  • 128e: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL, 1889-91, 1894-95 (W:1894-95)(Burnham & Root [W:Burnham & Co.]), general view, photo 1984, P. Scott. xx

    129. Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan)

  • 129a: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), front and south flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 129b: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), east facade, photo J. Howe. xx

  • 129c: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 129d: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), section, [UPSL src: Morrison, p5, 18756?] ~ xx
  • 129e: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 129f: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), old view, photo, Architectural Record, 1891-92, 1:416. xx
  • 129g: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), bar, Architectural Record, 1891-92, 1:422. xx
  • 129h: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL, 1886-90 (W:1887-89) (Adler & Sullivan), theater interior, Architectural Record, 1891-92, 1:429. xx

    130. Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan)

  • 130a: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), view, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx
  • 130b: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), plan, [UPsl src?] xx
  • 130c: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), general view, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 130d: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), exterior details, third story, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 130e: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), building cornice and capitals, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 130f: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), exterior detail, terracotta spandrel, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 130g: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), cornice, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 130h: Wainwright Building, St. Louis, MO, 1890-91 (Adler & Sullivan), detail, photo 1996, J. Cohen. xx

    131. William K. Vanderbilt house, New York, NY, 1882 (W: 1879-81) (Richard Morris Hunt)

  • 131a: William K. Vanderbilt house, New York, NY, 1882 (W: 1879-81) (Richard Morris Hunt), angle view, from Montgomery Schuyler, "The Vanderbilt Houses" in American Architecture: Studies (New York, 1892), p. 53. xx
  • 131b: William K. Vanderbilt house, New York, NY, 1882 (W: 1879-81) (Richard Morris Hunt), view from Fifth Avenue, from Joy Wheeler Dow, American Renaissance: A Review of Domestic Architecture (New York, 1904), pl. 70. xx
  • 131c: William K. Vanderbilt house, New York, NY, 1882 (W: 1879-81) (Richard Morris Hunt), detail of oriel on 52nd Street, from Montgomery Schuyler, "Concerning Queen Anne" [1883] in American Architecture: Studies (New York, 1892), p. 39. xx

    132. Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White)

  • 132a: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White) old photo, [UPsl src?:] xx
  • 132b: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White) general view, photo D. Brownlee. xx
  • 132c: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White) plan and elevation, Monograph of the Work of McKim, Mead, and White, 1914-20, pl.7. xx
  • 132d: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White) angle view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 132e: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White), close view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 132f: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White), end block, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 132g: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White), arcade, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 132h: Henry Villard houses, New York, NY, 1882-85 (McKim, Mead & White), portal, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx

    133. Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White)

  • 133a: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), main front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 133b: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), front and south flank, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 133c: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), from an old postcard of Copley Square.
    view of west side of Copley Square (New Old South Church at right, 1874-75; Cummings & Sears, architects), from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 133d: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), front, photo, D. Brownlee. xx
  • 133e: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), court, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 133f: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 133g: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), ground floor plan, from Alfred Hoyt. Granger, Charles Follen McKim (Boston, 1913), opp. p. 24. xx
  • 133h: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), upper floor plan, from Alfred Hoyt. Granger, Charles Follen McKim (Boston, 1913), opp. p. 25. xx
  • 133i: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), stairhall from below, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 133j: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), stairhall from above, photo 1983, P. Scott. xx
  • 133k: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), book delivery room, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 133l: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), center of facade, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 133m: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), courtyard arcade and garden, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 133n: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), stairhall arcade, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 133o: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-98 (H:1888-95) (McKim, Mead & White), interior, Bates Hall, early photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X227/d5) xx.

    134. G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt)

  • 134a: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), view, photo c.1902, W. H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 134b: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), angle entrance view, photo c.1902, W. H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co., Library of Congress. xx
  • 134c: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), front facade, photo 1965, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134d: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), exterior of stair, photo 1982, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134e: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), entrance, photo 1982, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134f: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), side view, photo 1982, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134g: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), rear facade, photo 1982, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134h: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), terrace and formal garden, photo 1965, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134i: G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), view from terrace, photo 1965, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 134j G. W. Vanderbilt estate, Biltmore, Asheville, NC, 1888-95 (W:1890-95) (Richard Morris Hunt), aerial view, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X58/b). xx

    135. F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 135a: F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright), front, photo 1983, J. Cohen. xx
  • 135b: F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright), front, photo M.A. Sullivan. xx
  • 135c: F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright), south side entrance (added 1895), photo M.A. Sullivan. xx
  • 135d: F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright), octagonal studio and library, photo M.A. Sullivan. xx
  • 135e: F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright), detail: columns of north loggia, photo M.A. Sullivan. xx
  • 135f: F. L. Wright house, Oak Park, IL, 1889 (Frank Lloyd Wright), hearth, old photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X1052.01/d4). xx.
  • 135g. playroom, old photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X524.8/dx.2). xx

    136. Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan)

  • 136a: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), view from corner, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 136b: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), detail of upper facade, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 136c: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), entrance, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 136d: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 136e: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), photo c. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co. (#012898), Library of Congress. xx
  • 136f: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), close view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 136g: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), entrance detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 136h: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), lobby, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 136i: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY, 1894-95 (W:1895) (Adler & Sullivan), mezzanine, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    137. Gage Building, Chicago, IL, 1898-99 (Holabird & Roche; facade by Louis Sullivan)

  • 137a: Gage Building, Chicago, IL, 1898-99 (Holabird & Roche; facade by Louis Sullivan), distant view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 137b: Gage Group, Chicago, IL, 1898-99 (facades by Holabird & Roche at left, Louis Sullivan on right), photo 1988, D. Stillman. xx
  • 137c: Gage Group, Chicago, IL, 1898-99 (facades by Holabird & Roche at left, Louis Sullivan on right), early photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X539.2/c5). xx
  • 137d: Gage Group, Chicago, IL, 1898-99 (deatil, facades by Louis Sullivan), early photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X539/c). xx.

    138. Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-04) (Louis Sullivan)

  • 138a: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), photo before 1903-4 enlargment by Daniel Burnham; Architectural Record, 1904. (J. Howe). xx
  • 138b: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), corner, Architectural Record, 1904. (J. Howe). xx
  • 138c: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), general view, photo J. Howe. xx

  • 138d: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), early rendering, , 1898-99, 2:425 [ck vol #]. xx
  • 138e: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), corner, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 138f: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), upper detail, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 138g: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), mezzanine detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 138h: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), corner detail, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 138i: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), plaque, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 138j: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), corner rondel, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 138k: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), upper corner, detail, photo 1980, M. Clausen. xx
  • 138l: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), detail, display windows, photo 1980, M. Clausen. xx
  • 138m: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), plan, M. Clausen. diss. Frantz Jourdain and the Samaritaine of 1905, University of California, Berkeley, 1975. xx
  • 138n: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), corner detail, photo 1980, M. Clausen. xx
  • 138o: Carson-Pirie-Scott Dept. Store, Chicago, IL, 1899-1904 (R:1891?-94, 1899, 1903-4) (Louis Sullivan), entrance detail, photo 1980, M. Clausen. xx

    139. World's Columbian Exposition, Grand Basin & Court of Honor, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted)

  • 139a: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), ground plan, Daniel Burnham & John Wellborn Root, architects, with F.L. Olmsted, landscape architect.
    Old plan (J. Howe) xx
  • 139b: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), Transportation Building, Louis Sullivan, architect.
    General view, old photograph [J. Howe] xx
  • 139c: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), Transportation Building, "Golden Doorway," Louis Sullivan, architect. [J. Howe]
    Detail of entry, old photograph (J. Howe). xx
  • 139d: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), Fine Arts Building Charles Atwood, architect. Now the Museum of Science and Industry.
    view, tinted photo, from an old postcard xx
  • 139z. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), panoramic photo from behind lagoon, showing train tracks, E. W. Irish, 1893, Panoramic Photograph Collection (pan 6a27057), Library of Congress xx
  • 139e: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), court, view, 1893 [UPsl src: official view?] xx
  • 139f: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), assemnbled architects, artists, and officials, May 1891 (D. Burnham and G. B. Post at left, H. Van Brunt leaning with cane, A. St. Gaudens 6th from right, C. McKim 3rd from right. [UPsl src: O'Gorman plate?] xx
  • 139g: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), Admininstration Building, R. M. Hunt, architect [UPsl src: ?] xx
  • 139h: World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, IL, 1893 (R: 1891-93) (D. H. Burnham and F.L. Olmsted), Transportation Building, 1891-1893, Adler & Sullivan, architects, interior, , Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X514/d.3) xx

    140. City of Chicago, Chicago, IL, ~ (~~)

  • 140x. City of Chicago, aerial view in 1871 (detail), lithograph by William Flint, 1872, Panoramic Map Collection (G4104.C6A3 1871 .C5 MLC), Library of Congress xx
  • 140y. City of Chicago, aerial view in 1892, lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1892, Panoramic Map Collection (G4104.C6A3 1892 .C8), Library of Congress xx
  • 140z. City of Chicago, aerial view in 1916 (detail), lithograph by By Arno B. Reincke, 1916, Panoramic Map Collection (G4104.C6A3 1916 .R41), Library of Congress xx

    141. William H. Winslow house, River Forest, IL, 1893-94 (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 141a: William H. Winslow house, River Forest, IL, 1893-94 (Frank Lloyd Wright), front, photo 1983, J. Cohen. xx
  • 141b: William H. Winslow house, River Forest, IL, 1893-94 (Frank Lloyd Wright), rear, [UPsl src: gift OK?] xx
  • 141c: William H. Winslow house, River Forest, IL, 1893-94 (Frank Lloyd Wright), detail, photo 1983, J. Cohen. xx

     

    IV. 1900-1944:

    142. Ward W. Willits house, Highland Park, IL, 1902 (R:1900-02, W:1901) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 142a: general view, photo Lauren Soth. xx
  • 142b: close view of living room wing, photo Lauren Soth. xx
  • 142c: oblique view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 142d: porte cochère side, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 142e: living room, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 142f: window detail, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx

    143. Grand Central Station, New York, NY, 1903-13 (W:1907-13) (Reed & Stem (H:Warren & Wetmore)

  • 143a. restaurant, photograph ca. 1910-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072979), Library of Congress xx
  • X - 143b. Main concourse, looking south, photograph ca. 1900-1910, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 500678), Library of Congress xx
  • 143c. aerial view, photograph ca. 1900-1910, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072984), Library of Congress xx
  • 143d. main concourse, photograph ca. 1903-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072981), Library of Congress xx
  • X - 143e. street view, photograph ca. 1900, W. H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 013387), Library of Congress xx
  • 143f: detail of front, with tablet and statue, photo 1990, P. Behrens. xx
  • 143g: early tinted photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X957c2.2). xx

    144. Larkin Building, Buffalo, NY, 1903 (H,S:1904) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 144a: photo 1940-41, D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.).

    145. Darwin D. Martin house, Buffalo, NY, 1904 (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 145a: view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 145b. garden view, photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X372/c) xx

    146. Singer Building, New York, NY, 1906-08 (Ernest Flagg)

  • 146a: general view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 146b: night scene, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 146c. under construction, photograph ca. 1905-1908, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 070754), Library of Congress xx
  • 146d. exterior, photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X949/c) xx

    147. Unity Temple, Oak Park, IL, 1906 (R:1904-06) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

    148. David B. Gamble house, Pasadena, CA, 1907-08 (W:1909, S:1908) (Greene & Greene)

  • 148a: approach, photo 1993, J. Cohen. xx
  • 148b: rear angle, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 148c: close flank view, photo 1993, J. Cohen.. xx
  • 148d: sleeping porch, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 148e: exterior detail, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 148f: living room, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 148g: view from right front, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx
  • 148h: center front, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx
  • 148i: detail, doorway, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx
  • 148j: entrance from side, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx
  • 148k: upper porch, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx

    149. National Farmers' Bank, Owatonna, MN, 1907-08 (Louis Sullivan)

  • 149a: angle view, photo 1984, M. Brack. xx
  • 149b: flank, photo 1984, M. Brack. xx
  • 149c: terracotta detail, corner, photo 1984, M. Brack. xx
  • 149d: terracotta detail, surround (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 149e interior (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 149f: internal wall arch and painted lunette, photo 1984, M. Brack. xx
  • 149g: decorative stencilwork, photo 1984, M. Brack. xx
  • 149h: light fixture, photo 1984, M. Brack. xx
  • 149i: interior, with tellers booths, early photo, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X1069/d). xx
  • 149j: office alcove, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#X1069/d2). xx

    150. Plan of Chicago, 1909 (Daniel Burnham (H:& Edward Bennett))

  • 150a: plan, with existing and proposed roads, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150b: aerial view of civic center, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150c: plan of civic center, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150d: aerial view toward lake, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150e: N-S boulevard, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150f: Michigan Ave., looking south, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150g: river imtersection, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx
  • 150h: regional arteries, from Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Plan of Chicago (Chicago, 1909). xx

    151. Frederick C. Robie house, Chicago, IL, 1906-09 (S:1909) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

    152. Pennsylvania Station, New York, NY, 1906-10 (W:1910, R:1902-10) (McKim, Mead & White)

  • 152a: general view, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 152e. bird's-eye view, photograph ca. 1910-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072676), Library of Congress xx
  • 152b. main concourse, photograph ca. 1900-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.30X), Library of Congress xx
  • 152c. track level & concourses, photograph ca. 1905-1915, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 071936), Library of Congress xx
  • 152d. main waiting room, photograph ca. 1905-1915, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 039793), Library of Congress xx
  • 152f: plan, American Architect, Oct. 1910. xx

    153. Lewis Courts, Sierra Madre, CA, 1910 (Irving Gill)

  • 153a: street view, photo 1986, M. Brack. xx
  • 153b: entry court, photo 1986, M. Brack. xx

    154. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Berkeley, CA, 1910 (H:1909-11) (Bernard Maybeck)

  • 154a: corner view, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 154b: flank, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 154c: windows, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 154d: pergola, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 154e: window detail, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 154f: interior, ceiling trusses, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 154g: ceiling detail, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 154h: detail, ceiling support, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 154i: hearth, Sunday School room, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 154j: West streetside view, photo 1997, M. Clausen. xx
  • 154k: entrance, photo 1997, M. Clausen. xx
  • 154l: detail: pergola capitals, photo 1997, M. Clausen. xx
  • 154m: general interior, photo 1997, M. Clausen. xx
  • 154n: detail of asbestos siding, photo 1997, M. Clausen. xx

    155. Forest Hills Gardens, New York, NY, 1909-12 (S:1910) (Grosvernor Atterbury, arch. (R: & F.L. Olmsted, planner))

  • 155a: attached houses on curved street (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift ? of landscape arch.). xx
  • 155b: plan (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift, 1956). xx
  • 155c: plan, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 101. xx
  • 155d: intersection, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 103. xx
  • 155e: street, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 103. xx
  • 155f: church, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 104. xx
  • 155g: cottage, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 105. xx
  • 155h: house, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 1 (Paris, 1920), p. 106. xx
  • 155i: bird's eye perspective by Olmsted Brothers, landscape architects, c.1910, Lantern Slide Coll., GSD, Harvard U. [Images of America, Library of Congress]: (#19621). xx

    156. Harold C. Bradley house, Woods Hole, MA, 1911-12 (S:1912) (Purcell & Elmslie)

  • 156a: general view from seaward side, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 156b: detail of bay, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 156c: detail at left, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 156d: oblique view, water side, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 156e: land approach, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    157. Woolworth Building, New York, NY, 1911-13 (H,S:1913) (Cass Gilbert)

  • 157a: general view from north, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 157b: distant view, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 157c: view from southeast, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 157d: view from northwest, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 157e: views under construction (J. Howe) xx
  • 157f. night view, photograph ca. 1910-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 073062), Library of Congress xx
  • 157g: exterior detail, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 157h: lobby, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 2 (Paris, 1920), p. 17. xx
  • 157i: ground floor plan, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 2 (Paris, 1920), p. 19. xx
  • 157j: typical upper floor plan, from Jacques Gréber. L'Architecture aux Etats-Unis, vol. 2 (Paris, 1920), p. 19. xx

    158. Walter L. Dodge house, Hollywood, CA, 1914-16 (S:1916) (Irving Gill)

  • 158a: entrance front from SE, right of axis (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of J. F. O'Gorman). xx
  • 158b: entrance front from left of axis (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 158c: entrance arch and drive (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? student slide 1963). xx
  • 158d: axial view of entrance front, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 158e oblique view of front from garden, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 158f: right flank, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx

    159. Palace of Fine Arts, Panama Pacific Exhibition, San Francisco, CA, 1911-15 (S:1915) (Bernard Maybeck)

  • 159a: general view, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 159b: rotunda arcade, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 159c: arch detail, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 159d: view in peristyle, photo 1987, J. Cohen. xx
  • 159e: columns in peristyle, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 159f: peristyle in mist, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx

    160. Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, NE, 1919, 1922-32 (S:191-28, H:1920-32, W:1916-24) (Bertram Goodhue)

    161. Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC, 1919-22 (W:1922) (Henry Bacon)

  • 161a: angle view, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 161b: facade, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 161c: distant view, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 161d: peristyle detail, looking west, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 161e: interior, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 161f: head of Lincoln, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    162. William L. Clements Library, U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1920-21 (R:1923) (Albert Kahn)

  • 162a: front, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 162b: entry arcade, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx

    163. Tribune Tower, Chicago, IL, 1922 (R:1922-25, S:1922-24) (Hood & Howells)

  • 163a: night view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 163b: general view, photo J. Howe. xx
    X - 163c: rendered perspective, Gebhard & Nevins Dont use.
  • 163d: detail of top, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx

    164. Tribune Tower Competition Entry, Chicago, IL, 1922 (Eliel Saarinen)

  • 164a: Eliel Saarinen entry, perspective, from Chicago Tribune, The International Competition for a New Administration Building for the Chicago Tribune, MCMXXII (Chicago, 1923). xx
  • 164b: Eliel Saarinen entry, plans, from Chicago Tribune, The International Competition for a New Administration Building for the Chicago Tribune, MCMXXII (Chicago, 1923). xx
  • 164c: Eliel Saarinen entry, elevation, from Chicago Tribune, The International Competition for a New Administration Building for the Chicago Tribune, MCMXXII (Chicago, 1923). xx
  • 164d: W. Gropius and A. Meyer entry, perspective, from Chicago Tribune, The International Competition for a New Administration Building for the Chicago Tribune, MCMXXII (Chicago, 1923). xx
  • 164e: B. Bijvoet and J. Duiker entry, perspective, from Chicago Tribune, The International Competition for a New Administration Building for the Chicago Tribune, MCMXXII (Chicago, 1923). xx
  • 164f: A. Loos entry, elevation, from Chicago Tribune, The International Competition for a New Administration Building for the Chicago Tribune, MCMXXII (Chicago, 1923). xx

    165. American Radiator Building, New York, NY, 1924 (Raymond Hood)

  • 165a: distant view, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 165b: view upward from below (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 165c: entry (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 165d: detail of top, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 165e: oblique view of lower facade, photo 1984, M. Clausen. xx
  • 165f: entrance detail, photo 1984, M. Clausen. xx

    166. Arthur Newbold house, Laverock, PA, 1924-25 (R:1919-24, S:1925) (Mellor, Meigs & Howe)

  • 166a: south facade, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166b: distant view, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166c: site plan, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166d: house plan, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166e: tower, from goose pond, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166f: library window, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166g: library interior, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166h: stair tower interior, looking down, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx
  • 166i: washstand, from Arthur I. Meigs. An American Country House (New York, 1925). xx

    167. Philip Lovell beach house, Newport Beach, CA, 1925-26 (H:1922-26) (Rudolph Schindler)

  • 167a: general view from right, photo 1986, M. Brack. xx
  • 167b: left flank, photo 1986, M. Brack. xx
  • 167c: upper right flank, photo 1986, M. Brack. xx
  • 167d: supports, photo 1986, M. Brack. xx
  • 167e: general view from left, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 167f: left flank, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 167g: lower entry, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 167h: supports, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 167i: upper entry, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx

    168. Philip Lovell house, Los Angeles, CA, 1927-29 (W:1928, S.1929, R.1927) (Richard Neutra)

  • 168a: street-level view of flank, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 168b: view from below, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 168xa: --, photo D. Robb (U. Penn. slide coll.).
  • 168xb: -- (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Neutra 1958").
  • 168e: general view from south, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168f: south flank, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168g: roofline, photo 1977, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168h: view of flank below entry, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168i: court below entry, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168j: living room, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168k: int., view toward entrance and stair, photo 1989, D. Stillman. xx
  • 168l: entry, photo 1993, Norman Johnston xx
  • 168m: pool, photo 1993, Norman Johnston xx

    169. Dymaxion House, 1927 (S:1927-28) (Buckminster Fuller)

  • 169a: Dymaxion House, near Wichita, KS, general view, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 169b: Dymaxion House, Wichita, KS, rear view, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 169c: Dymaxion House, Wichita, KS, wall detail, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx

    170. Radburn, NJ, Radburn, NJ, 1928-29 (S:1928, H:1929) (Stein & Wright)

  • 170a: block park (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Mayer"). xx
  • 170b: house and green (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Mayer"). xx
  • 170c: pathway and block park (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Mayer"). xx
  • 170d: garden apartments (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Mayer"). xx

    171. Evolution of the Step-Back Building, New York, NY, 1929 (Hugh Ferriss)

    172. Philadelphia Savings Fund Society, Philadelphia, PA, 1929-32 (George Howe & William Lescaze)

  • 172a: view from east, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 172b: corner view from below, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 172c: bank and commercial floors, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 172d: upper floors, from north , photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 172e: upper floors, from southwest, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 172f: view from City Hall tower, looking east (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 172g: PSFS sign, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 172h: general view from east, photo 1968, D. Stillman. xx
  • 172i: exterior, lower floors, photo 1968, D. Stillman. xx
  • 172j: detail, entry, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    173. McGraw-Hill Building, New York, NY, 1929-30 (H:1932, S:1931) (Raymond Hood)

  • 173a: distant view, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 173b: upper floors, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 173c: lower floors, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 173d: entry, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    174. Empire State Building, New York, NY, 1929-31 (Shreve, Lamb & Harmon)

  • 174a: rendered view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 174b: view from below, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 174c: aerial view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 174d: upper floors, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    175. Daily News Building, New York, NY, 1930 (W:1929-30) (Raymond Hood)

  • 175a: general view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 175b: upper floors (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 175c: general view, photo 1972, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 175d: entrance, photo 1972, R. Longstreth. xx

    176. Chrysler Building, New York, NY, 1930 (W:1928-30) (Willam Van Alen)

  • 176a: night view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 176b: distant aerial view (J. Howe). xx
  • 176c: general view, rendering, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 176d: top, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 176e: angle view from below, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 176f: view from streetfront, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 176g: mid-level setback, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 176h: exterior, tower floors, photo D. Stillman. xx

    177. Rockefeller Center, New York, NY, 1931-40 (W:1932-40, R:1927-35, S:1931-39) (Reinhard & Hofmeister, Corbett, Hood (S: Reinhard & Hofmeister, Corbett, Harrison, & MacMurray, Hood & Fouilhoux))

  • 177a: axial view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 177b: RCA Building, 1930-40. general view, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 177c: corner view, from an old postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 177d: RCA Building, 1930-40. Observation deck on the roof, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe). xx
  • 177e: RCA Building, oblique view from below (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 177f: plaster model (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift). xx
  • 177g: entry, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 177h: oblique view of plaza and rink, photo 1990, P. Behrens. xx

    178. Chatham Village, Pittsburgh, PA, 1931-35 (Stein & Wright, planners with Ingham & Boyd, arch.)

  • 178a: general view across lawn (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? Mayer 1947). xx
  • 178b: walkways and terraces (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? Mayer 1947). xx
  • 178c: attached houses on curviung street (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? Mayer 1947). xx
  • 178d: walkways and attached houses (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? Mayer 1947). xx
  • 178e: attached houses in quadrangle surrounding lawn and paths, photo D. Stillman. xx
  • 178f: townhouses with paired doorways, staggered fronts, photo D. Stillman. xx
  • 178g: greensward at rear of houses, photo D. Stillman. xx

    179. Broadacre City, 1934-58 (S:1934, R:1931-35) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

    180 Falling Water (Edgar J. Kaufmann house), Bear Run, PA, 1935, 38, 48 (S:1936, R:1936-37) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 180a: general view from below, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 180b: cantilever over water, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 180c: cantilever from below, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 180d: south approach, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 180e: terraces from above, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 180f: steps descending from terrace, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 180g: east living room terrace, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 180h: master bedroom from terrace, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 180i: living room (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Rickard"). xx
  • 180j: distant view, photo 1985, M. Clausen. xx
  • 180k: flank, photo 1985, M. Clausen. xx
  • 180l: close view, from below, photo 1985, M. Clausen. xx

    181. Johnson Wax Administration Building, Racine, WI, 1936-39 (S:&1950, H:& 1944) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 181a: entrance approach, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 181b: streetside view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 181c: main room, view from below, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 181d: general view, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 181e: entrance (U. Penn. slide coll.: gift of J. F. O'Gorman). xx
  • 181f: tower, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 181g: carport, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx
  • 181h: tube hall, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 181i: interior court, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 181j: doorway detail, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx
  • 181k: desk, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx
  • 181l: main room, general view, photo 1988, M. Clausen. xx
  • 181m: entry, photo 1988, M. Clausen. xx
  • 181n: rounded corner, window detail, photo 1988, M. Clausen. xx
  • 181o: roof detail, skylights, photo 1988, M. Clausen. xx
  • 181p: main room, closer view, photo 1988, M. Clausen. xx

    182 First Herbert Jacobs house, Madison, WI, 1936-37 (R:1936) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 182a: streetside view, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx
  • 182b: oblique view of front, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx
  • 182c: exterior detail and carport, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx
  • 182d: rear view, from woods, photo 1988, P. Behrens. xx

    183. Greenbelt, MD, Greenbelt, MD, 1936 (R:1935) (Hale, Walker (S: & Ellington, Wadsworth))

  • 183a: aerial view (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 183b: pedestrian walk, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 183c: shopping center and apartments (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 183d: shops (U. Penn. slide coll.: no source). xx
  • 183e: shops and parking, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 183f: school, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 183g: attached houses, , photo 1993, M. Brack. xx
  • 183h: houses and garages, photo 1993, M. Brack. xx

    184. Walter Gropius house, Lincoln, MA, 1937 (Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer)

  • 184a: general view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 184b: flank and front, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 184c: flank and rear, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 184e: chimney piece with recessed lighting, photo 1989, D. Stillman [perm?]. xx
  • 184f: dining area, photo 1989, D. Stillman [perm?]. xx
  • 184g: view, dining room toward living room, photo 1989, D. Stillman [perm?]. xx
  • 184h: view, dining room toward porch, photo 1989, D. Stillman [perm?]. xx
  • 184i: staircase, photo 1989, D. Stillman [perm?]. xx
  • 184j: 2nd floor study, photo 1989, D. Stillman [perm?]. xx

    185. Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ, 1938-59 (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 185a: close view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 185b: general view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 185c: approach, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 185d: terrace and entry, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 185e: exterior pier detail, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 185f: living room, photo 1977, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 185g: dining room, photo 1977, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    186. Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, 1939-41, 1950-56 (S:1940, 1945-46, 1956, R: 1939-42, 1946, 1956) (L. Mies van der Rohe)

  • 186a: Crown Hall, oblique view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 186b: Crown Hall, close view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 186c: Crown Hall, interior, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 186d: general view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 186e: chapel, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 186f: postage stamp, U.S. postage stamp (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 186g: chapel, front, 1952, photo D. Stillman. xx

    187. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, 1943-59 (S:194-59, W:1956-59, R:1943-45, 1956-59) (Frank Lloyd Wright)

  • 187a: exterior of rotunda, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 187b: upward view in dome, photo J. Howe xx
  • 187c: entrance, photo J. Howe xx
  • 187d: view from NW, photo 1965, P. Serenyi (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 187e: general interior, photo 1965, P. Serenyi (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 187f: galleries, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 187g: balconies and skylight, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 187h: skylight, photo 1965, P. Serenyi (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    V. 1945-76:

    188. Equitable Savings & Loan Assn., Portland, OR, 1944-48 (H:1944-47) (Pietro Belluschi)

  • 188a: upper stories from corner, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 188b: general view, photo 1974, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 188c: upper stories detail, photo 1974, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 188d: oblique streetside view, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx
  • 188e: interior, typical office space, photo 1987, M. Clausen. xx

    189. Dr. Edith Farnsworth house, Plano, IL, 1945-51 (W:1946-50) (L. Mies van der Rohe)

    190. Marcel Breuer house, New Canaan, CT, 1947 (Marcel Breuer)

  • 190a: general view (U. Penn. slide coll.: ? "Sharp, 1953"). xx

    191. Baker House, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1948 (H:1947-48) (Alvar Aalto)

  • 191a: river side, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 191b: close view, river side, with cafeteria, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 191c: oblique view of entry side, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 191d: entrance, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 191e: exterior detail, stairway, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 191f: river side, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 191g: cafeteria, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 191h: land side, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 191i: detail, land side, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    192. Lake Shore Drive Apartments, Chicago, IL, 1948-51 (H:1949-51) (L. Mies van der Rohe)

  • 192a: general view, photo 1988, M. Brack. xx
  • 192b: general view, photo c. 1960, D. Stillman. xx
  • 192c: closer view, photo 1962, D. Stillman. xx
  • 192d: base detail, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 192e: window detail, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 192f: entrance walk detail, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 192g: view into lobby, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx

    193. United Nations Secretariat, New York, NY, 1948-51 (S:1951-52) (Wallace K. Harrison)

  • 193a: distant view, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 193b: view from north, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 193c: general view from East River, photo 1958, D. Stillman. xx
  • 193d: closer view of office tower, photo c. 1960, D. Stillman. xx

    194. "Glass House," Philip Johnson house, New Canaan, CT, 1949 (R.1945-49) (Philip Johnson)

  • 194a: angle view, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 194b: close front, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 194c: oblique front, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 194d: living room looking out, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 194e: living room looking to end, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 194f: folly, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 194g: general view, from angle, photo 1965, D. Stillman. xx
  • 194h: close view of corner, photo 1965, D. Stillman. xx

    195. Harvard University Graduate Center, Cambridge, MA, 1949-50 (S:1950) (Walter Gropius)

  • 195a: view from Harkness, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 195b: dormitory, photo 1990, R. Ennis. xx
  • 195c: general view, photo 1965, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 195d: oblique front of Harkness Commons, photo 1990, D. Stillman. xx
  • 195e: dormitory, lawn, and loggia, photo 1990, D. Stillman. xx

    196. Ralph Johnson house, Los Angeles, CA, 1949-51 (S:1949) (Harwell Hamilton Harris)

  • 196a: view, photo R. Longstreth. xx

    197. Houses by Bruce Goff *

    * 197x1: Ruth Ford house, Aurora, IL, 1947-50 (Bruce Goff)

    * 197x2: Joe Price house, Bartlesville, OK, 1956, 1966 (Bruce Goff)

    * 197x3. Gene Bavinger house, Norman, OK, 1950-55 (H:1951-55) (Bruce Goff)

     

    198. Lever House, New York, NY, 1951-52 (H:1952) (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)

  • 198a: general view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 198b: general view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 198c: view from below, photo 1978, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 198d: corner detail, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 198e: entry wall, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 198f: court, photo, M. Brack. xx

    199. Convention Hall, Chicago, IL, 1953-54 (S:1953) (L. Mies van der Rohe)

    200. St. John's Abbey Church, Collegeville, MN, 1953-61 (S:1961) (Marcel Breuer)

  • 200a: bellcote and entrance, photo 1967, D. Stillman. xx
  • 200b: facade and flank, photo 1967, D. Stillman. xx
  • 200c: flank wall, photo 1967, D. Stillman. xx
  • 200d: interior, photo 1967, D. Stillman. xx
  • 200e: interior r.c. supports, photo 1967, D. Stillman. xx
  • 200f: bellcote detail, photo 1967, D. Stillman. xx

    201. Kresge Auditorium and Chapel, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1955 (Eero Saarinen & Assoc.)

  • 201a: chapel, view, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 201b: chapel, exterior detail, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 201c: chapel, altar, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 201d: auditorium, general view, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 201e: auditorium, view from springing angle, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 201f: auditorium, general view, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 201g: auditorium, close view, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 201h: chapel, general view, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 201i: chapel, exterior detail, photo 1997, J. Cohen. xx

    202. Seagram Building, New York, NY, 1956-58 (H:1954-58) (L. Mies van der Rohe & P. Johnson)

  • 202a: angle view, photo 1997, J. Cohen. xx
  • 202b: general view, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 202c: corner detail, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 202d: entry, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 202e: entry plaza and lower floors, photo D. Stillman. xx

    203. Ingalls Hockey Rink, Yale U., New Haven, CT, 1956-58 (Eero Saarinen & Assoc.)

  • 203a: general view, photo 1982, J. Cohen. xx
  • 203b: angle view of entrance front, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx

    204. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, 1956-59 (Frank L. Wright)
    see #187.

    205. Chapel, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, 1956-62 (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)

  • 205a: chapel, angle view, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 205b: chapel, side view, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 205c: chapel entrance detail, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 205d: chapel base detail, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 205e: view, classroom structure, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 205f: detail, classroom structure, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 205g: chapel, general view, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 205h: chapel, exterior flank detail, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 205i: chapel, interior nave walls, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 205j: chapel, interior ceiling detail, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx

    206. McGregor Memorial Conference Center, Wayne State U., Detroit, MI, 1957 (W:1958) (Yamasaki, Leinweber & Assoc.)

  • 206a: general view, photo 1962, R. C. Smith (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 206b: angle view, photo 1964, D. Stillman. xx
  • 206c: detail of flank, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 206d: entrance, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 206e: door, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 206f: oblique view of interior, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 206g: axial view of interior, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx

    207. United States Embassy, New Delhi, India, 1957-59 (H:1954) (Edward Durrell Stone)

  • 207a: front view, photo M. Meister (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 207b: oblique view, photo M. Meister (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx

    208. A. Newton Richards Medical Building, U. of Penna., Philadelphia, PA, 1957-61 (H:1957-64) (Louis I. Kahn)

  • 208a: general view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 208b: view from west, photo 1978, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 208c: entry tower, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 208d: entry detail, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 208e: servant tower top, photo 1978, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    209. Dulles International Airport, Chantilly, VA, 1958-62 (S:1962) (Eero Saarinen & Assoc.)

  • 209a: general view, photo 1986, J. Cohen. xx
  • 209b: close angle, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 209c: exterior details, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 209d: interior, photo 1966, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 209e: interior, with support in right foreground, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx

    210. Art & Architecture Building, Yale U., New Haven, CT, 1958-64 (Paul Rudolph)

  • 210a: distant view, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 210b: close angle, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 210c: close view, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 210d exterior detail, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 210e: exterior surfaces, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 210f: interior, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 210g: entrance, photo 1971, M. Clausen. xx

    211. TWA Building, J.F. Kennedy Airport, New York, NY, 1959-62 (S:1956-62) (Eero Saarinen)

  • 211a: view, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 211b: detail, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 211c: interior, photo 1995, M. Brack. xx
  • 211d: window, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    212. First Unitarian Church, Rochester, NY, 1959-64 (Louis I. Kahn)

  • 212a: view from below, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 212b: streetside view, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 212c: flank, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 212d: downhill end, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 212e: sanctuary, side wall, photo 1976, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 212f: sanctuary roof and truss, photo 1980, J. Cohen. xx

    213. Marina City, Chicago, IL, 1959-64, 1965-67 (W:61-63) (Bertram Goldberg)

  • 213a: view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 213b: angle view from below, photo 1966, R. Longstreth. xx

    214. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard U., Cambridge, MA, 1960-63 (W: 1961-64) (Le Corbusier)

  • 214a: general view, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 214b: closer view, photo 1990, R. Ennis.
  • 214c: flank with bow, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 214d: west front, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 214e: detail of west front, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 214f: passage, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 214g: east front, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 214h: east ramp and stair tower, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 214i: view from northeast, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 214j: view from southeast, photo 1981, R. Longstreth. xx

    215. Guild House, Philadelphia, PA, 1960-63 (H:1962-66) (Venturi, Rauch & Assoc.)

  • 215a: view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 215b: central facade, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 215c: entry column, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 215d: front facade, photo 1977, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 215e: front facade from below, photo 1967, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 215f: entry, photo 1967, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 215g: rear facade, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 215h: top floor lounge, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx
  • 215i: oblique view of entrance, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    216. Lake Ann Complex, Reston, VA, 1961 (Conklin, Whittlesey & Rossant)

  • 216a: plaza, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx
  • 216b: apartment tower, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx
  • 216c: marina and townhouses, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx
  • 216d: lakeside townhouses, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 216e: townhouses, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 216f: townhouses, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 216g: washington plaza baptist church & plaza, photo P. Scott. xx
  • 216h: apartment tower & plaza, photo P. Scott. xx

    217. Vanna Venturi house, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA, 1962-64 (S:1962) (Venturi, Rauch & Assoc.)

  • 217a: facade, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 217b: oblique view of front, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 217c: front corner, photo 1991, P. Behrens. xx
  • 217d: entrance detail, photo R. Venturi (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 217e: window detail, photo D. Brownlee (U. Penn. slide coll.). xx
  • 217f: rear, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 217g: interior, first floor, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 217h: rear upstairs room, photo, J. Cohen. xx

    218. Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA, 1962-66 (R:1959-65) (Louis I. Kahn)

  • 218a: court, from west, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218b: court, from east, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218c: water channel in court, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218e: oblique view of court, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218f: study wing, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 218g: detail of study windows, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218h: staircase connecting office and labs, photo 1996, M. Brack. xx
  • 218i: north flank, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218j: distant view from sea side, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218k: interior, photo 1977, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218l: lab interior, photo 1967, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 218m: oblique view of eastern approach, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 218n: passage detail, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 218o: window detail, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 218p: detail, concrete work & rain gutters, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx
  • 218q: detail, court form above, photo 1976, M. Clausen. xx

    219. Kline Science Center, Yale U., New Haven, CT, 1962-66 (S:1966) (P. Johnson & R. Foster)

  • 219a: general view biology lab building, from angle, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 219b: close view of base, biology lab building, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 219c: general view, biology lab building, photo 1982, J. Cohen. xx
  • 219d: close view of facade, biology lab building, looking upward, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx
  • 219e: geology lab building, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx
  • 219f: distant view, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx
  • 219g: exterior detail, photo 1977, M. Clausen. xx

    220. Habitat, Montreal Expo, Montreal, Canada, 1964-67 (S:1967) (Moshe Safdie)

  • 220a: general view, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 220b: view form above, photo 1967, R. Ennis. xx
  • 220c: view from below, photo 1967, R. Ennis. xx
  • 220d: close view, photo, M. Brack. xx

    221. Knights of Columbus Building, New Haven, CT, 1965-69 (S:1967) (Roche & Dinkeloo)

  • 221a: general view, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 221b: lower view, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 221c: exterior detail, photo 1971, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx

    222. Sea Ranch, Sea Ranch, CA, 1966 (Moore, Lyndon, Turnbull & Whitaker)

    223. John Hancock Center, Chicago, IL, 1966-68 (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)

  • 223a: general view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 223b: lower view, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 223c: distant view, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 223d: rising into mist, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 223e: overall view from below, photo 1976, D. Stillman. xx

    224. U.S. Pavilion, Montreal Expo, Montreal, Canada, 1967 (R. Buckminster Fuller)

  • 224a: general view, photo 1967, R. Ennis. xx
  • 224b: close view, photo 1967, R. Ennis. xx
  • 224c: interior, photo 1967, R. Ennis. xx
  • 224d: general view, photo 1974, D. Stillman. xx
  • 224e: close view with pool, photo 1974, D. Stillman. xx

    225. Ford Foundation Building, New York, NY, 1967 (Roche & Dinkeloo)

  • 225a: general view, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 225b: upper exterior, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 225c: exterior detail, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 225d: interior, photo 1975, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 225e: general view from corner, photo 1969, D. Stillman. xx

    226. College Life Insurance Company, Indianapolis, IN, 1967-71 (R:1972) (Roche & Dinkeloo)

  • 226a: view from glazed side, photo 1997, K. Wales. xx
  • 226b: exterior detail, photo 1997, K. Wales. xx
  • 226c: view, glazed sides, photo 1983, M. Brack. xx
  • 226d: close view, glazed side, photo 1983, M. Brack. xx
  • 226e: view, closed sides, photo 1983, M. Brack. xx
  • 226f: view of pavilions with glazing to right, photo 1977, D. Stillman. xx
  • 226g: view of pavilions with concrete to right, photo 1977, D. Stillman. xx
  • 226h: close view with links between pavilions, photo 1977, D. Stillman. xx

    227. Library, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH, 1967-72 (Louis I. Kahn)

    228. Falk house, Hardwick, VT, 1969-70 (Peter Eisenman)

  • 228a: general view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 228b: close view, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx

    229. Lang house, Washington, CT, 1973-74 (H:1974-76) (Stern & Hagman)

  • 229a: general view of front, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 229b: front detail, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 229c: general view of flank, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx
  • 229d: general view of rear, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx

    230. Addition to Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, OH, 1973-76 (H:1976) (Venturi, Rauch & Assoc.)

  • 230a: oblique general view of front, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 230b: oblique view of addition, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 230c: rear angle of addition, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx
  • 230d: detail of internal Ionic column, photo M. A. Sullivan. xx

    231. Sears Tower, Chicago, IL, 1974-76 (R:1970-74) (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill)

  • 231a: angle view upward, photo, M. Brack. xx
  • 231b: view upward, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 231c: general view from below, photo 1976, D. Stillman. xx
  • 231d: overall view, photo 1978, R. Longstreth. xx

    232. East Building, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1974-78 (R:1968-78) (I. M. Pei)

  • 232c: interior, looking southeast, photo J. Howe. xx
  • 232a: west front, photo 1982, M. Brack. xx
  • 232b: view from southwest, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 232h: view from southeast, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 232d: interior looking down, photo, J. Cohen. xx
  • 232e: interior, looking up, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx
  • 232f: balcony and ceiling, photo 1981, M. Brack. xx
  • 232g: ceiling, photo, J. Nicholais (Drexel U.). xx


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