[1600-1779] [1850-1899] [1900-1944] [1945-1976]


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    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

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