Digital shots


17a: Old Ship Meetinghouse, Hingham, MA, 1681 ; additions 1731, 1755. Restored 1930.
view from left front, photo J. Howe.
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X--17b: Old Ship Meetinghouse, Hingham, MA, 1681 ; additions 1731, 1755. Restored 1930.
view of left flank and rear, photo J. Howe.
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17c: Old Ship Meetinghouse, Hingham, MA, 1681 ; additions 1731, 1755. Restored 1930.
view of right flank, photo J. Howe
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17d: Old Ship Meetinghouse, Hingham, MA, 1681 ; additions 1731, 1755. Restored 1930.
view of left flank and rear, photo J. Howe.
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17e: Old Ship Meeting House, with additions.
section looking toward pulpit, Smith & Walker architects dels. (J. Howe).
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19a: Parson Capen House, Topsfield, MA, c. 1683. Restored 1913.
front, photo J. Howe.
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19b: Parson Capen House, Topsfield, MA, c. 1683. Restored 1913.
front and right flank, photo J. Howe.
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19c: Parson Capen House, Topsfield, MA, c. 1683.
view prior to 1913 restoration, from John W. Freese, Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge and Nearby Towns, (Boston, 1897).
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20a: John Ward House, Salem, MA, 1684.
view of front and right flank, J. Howe.
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20b: John Ward House, Salem, MA, 1684.
view of left flank and front, pre-restoration photo from John W. Freese, Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge and Nearby Towns (Boston, 1897).
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24a: Governor's Palace, Williamsburg, VA; 1705-1706.
plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 74.
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26a: MacPhaedris-Warner House. Portsmouth, N.H., 1718-23.
front, photo J. Howe
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30a: Old South Meeting House, Boston, 1729-30. Robert Twelves, architect.
view from southwest, photo J. Howe.
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31a: Westover, Charles City County, VA; Shortly after 1726.
plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46.
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34a: Independence Hall, Philadelphia, 1732-53. A. Hamilton & E. Wooley, builders. view of north front, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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38a: Redwood Library, Newport, RI. 1748-50. Peter Harrison, architect.
view of front, photo J. Howe.
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38b: Redwood Library, Newport, RI. 1748-50. Peter Harrison, architect.
right flank and front, photo J. Howe.
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39a: King's Chapel, Boston, 1750. Peter Harrison, architect.
front view, photo J. Howe.
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39b: King's Chapel, Boston, 1750. Peter Harrison, architect.
view of left flank, photo J. Howe.
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40a: Carter's Grove, James City County, VA; David Minitree, 1751. plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 47
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42a: Gunston Hall, Fairfax County, VA; 1758.
plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46.
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44a: John Vassall (Longfellow) House, Cambridge, MA; 1759.
plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46.
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45a: Touro Synagogue, Newport, RI 1760. Peter Harrison, architect.
view from right front, photo J. Howe.
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46a: Wentworth-Gardner House. Portsmouth, N.H., 1760.
front, photo J. Howe.
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47a: Christ Church, Cambridge, MA. 1760. Peter Harrison, architect.
front and right flank, photo J. Howe.
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47b: Christ Church, Cambridge, MA. 1760. Peter Harrison, architect.
left flank and front, photo from John W. Freese, Historic Houses and Spots in Cambridge and Nearby Towns, (Boston, 1897).
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48a: Old Brick Market, Newport, RI. 1761-2. Peter Harrison, architect.
long side, photo J. Howe.
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48b: Old Brick Market, Newport, RI. 1761-2. Peter Harrison, architect.
short, streetside front, photo J. Howe.
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48c: Old Brick Market, Newport, RI. 1761-2. Peter Harrison, architect.
angle view, photo J. Howe.
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49a: Miles Brewton House, Charleston, SC; 1765 - 1769.
plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46.
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51a: Chase House, Annapolis, MD; 1769 - 1771.
plan, from Fiske Kimball, Domestic Architecture of the American Colonies and of the Early Republic (New York, 1922), fig. 46.
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52a: Thomas Jefferson: Monticello, 1770-1796; 1809 1990 photograph.
angle view of garden side, photo 1990, J. Howe.
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52b: Thomas Jefferson: Monticello, 1770-1796; 1809 1990 photograph.
long view from garden side, photo 1990, J. Howe.
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58a: Virginia State Capitol, Richmond, 1785-89. Thomas Jefferson & C.L.A. Clerisseau, architects.
angle view of front, with 20th-century wings, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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plan, Washington DC
60a. Thomas Jefferson, [Proposed Plan of Federal City], March 1791, Ink on paper, Thomas Jefferson Papers, Manuscript Division Library of Congress.
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60b. Pierre Charles L'Enfant, "Plan of the City of Washington," March 1792, Engraving on paper, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress.
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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.
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60d. Peder Anderson and Fitz Hugh Lane, "View of the City of Washington," 1838, Color lithograph, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
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US Capitol
61a. William Thornton, [East Elevation for North Wing], 1795-1797, Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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61g. Benjamin Henry Latrobe, "Sections of the Court Room, N. Wing, Capitol," c. 1808, Watercolor on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
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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.
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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.
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61j. Benjamin Henry Latrobe, [Study for a West Front], c. 1808-1809, Water color on paper, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.
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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
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61l. Benjamin Henry Latrobe, [Plan of the Mall and the Capitol Grounds], 1815, Water color on paper, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress.
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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.
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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.
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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).
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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.
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61q. John Plumbe, [East Front of the Capitol], 1846, Copyprint from glass negative, Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress.
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63a: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI 1793.
long flank view, photo J. Howe.
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63b: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI 1793.
general view, downriver side, photo J. Howe.
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63c: Slater Mill, Pawtucket, RI 1793.
view with hoist and cupola, photo J. Howe.
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63z. Mills on Merrimack River, Lowell, MA, photo 1908, Detroit Publishing Co. (#015575), Library of Congress.
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65a: State House Boston, 1795-98. Charles Bulfinch, architect.
front, photo J. Howe
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65b: State House Boston, 1795-98. Charles Bulfinch, architect.
angle view of front, photo J. Howe
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65c: State House Boston, 1795-98. Charles Bulfinch, architect .
angle view of front, print, from Moses King, King's Handbook of Boston, (Cambridge, MA, 1885).
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65d: State House Boston, 1795-98. Charles Bulfinch, architect.
front elevation by Bulfinch (MIT? legal?) [J. Howe]
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65e: State House Boston, 1795-98. Charles Bulfinch, architect..
right flank and front before 1917 additions, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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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).
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68a: City Hall, New York City, 1802-11. Joseph F. Mangin and John McComb, Jr.
view of front, from an old tinted postcard.
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68b: City Hall, New York City, 1802-11. Joseph F. Mangin and John McComb, Jr.
southwest view from above, amid early skyscrapers, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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68c. New York City Hall,
view from southeast, tinted photograph, ca. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.53571), Library of Congress.
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68d. New York City Hall,
interior, hall, governor's suite, ca. 1910-20, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.073027), Library of Congress.
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70a. Baltimore Cathedral
general view from southwest, photograph ca. 1902, W.H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 014266), Library of Congress.
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71a. Monumental Church,
general view, photograph ca. 1903, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.016194), Library of Congress.
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72a: Meeting House, Lancaster, MA. 1815-17. Charles Bulfinch, architect.
front, photo J. Howe.
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72b: Meeting House, Lancaster, MA. 1815-17. Charles Bulfinch, architect.
front and flank, photo J. Howe.
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73a: University of Virginia. 1819-26 Thomas Jefferson, architect. Charlottesville, VA.
rotunda from lawn, photo J. Howe.
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73b: University of Virginia. 1819-26 Thomas Jefferson, architect. Charlottesville, VA.
angle view of rotunda, photo J. Howe.
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U Va
panoramic photo of pavilons, lawn, and library, Haines Photo Co., 1909, Panoramic Photograph Collection (pan 6a12310), Library of Congress.
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76a. Girard College,
main building and front gates, photograph ca. 1901, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 012951, 010504), Library of Congress.
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76b. Girard College,
main building, front and flank, photograph ca. 1900, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 012954), Library of Congress.
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77a: Custom House (later sub-treasury building), New York City, 1833-42. Ithiel Town & A.J. Davis & James Frazee, architects.
angle view of front, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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77b: Custom House (later sub-treasury building), New York City, 1833-42. Ithiel Town & A.J. Davis & James Frazee, architects.
front, photo J. Howe.
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81a. Lyndhurst,
view from left front, photograph ca. 1910-20, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.073010), Library of Congress.
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82a: Trinity Church, New York, 1839-46. Richard Upjohn, architect.
view from west, tinted photograph, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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82b: Trinity Church, New York, 1839-46. Richard Upjohn, architect.
view from southeast, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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82c: Trinity Church, New York, 1839-46. Richard Upjohn, architect.
view westward down Wall Street, photo J. Howe.
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82d: Trinity Church, New York, 1839-46. Richard Upjohn, architect.
tower and flank, photo J. Howe.
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82e. Trinity Church,
interior view toward altar, photograph ca. 1907, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.070215), Library of Congress.
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84a. Tennessee State Capitol,
angle view, photograph ca. 1901, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.013557), Library of Congress.
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87a: Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, 1846-55. James Renwick, architect.
oblique view from northeast, photo J. Howe.
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87b. Smithsonian Institution
oblique view from southwest, photograph ca. 1903, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 016514), Library of Congress.
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87c. Smithsonian Institution
view from the northwest, Photograph, 1867-1884, Smithsonian Institution (negative #29978).
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87d. Smithsonian Institution
view of north porch, looking east, Photograph, 1862, Smithsonian Institution (negative #SA-50).
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87e. Smithsonian Institution
Great Hall, Photograph, 1992, Richard W. Strauss, Smithsonian Institution (negative #92-16586).
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87f. Smithsonian Institution
interior view of the West Wing, Photograph, 1898-1911, Smithsonian Institution (negative #16876)
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X - 90a: U.S. Capitol: Senate & House wings, 1851-55. Dome, 1855-64. Thomas Ustick Walter, architect. Washington, D.C.
photo J. Howe
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X - 90b: U.S. Capitol: Senate & House wings, 1851-55. Dome, 1855-64. Thomas Ustick Walter, architect. Washington, D.C., from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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90c. 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.
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90d. Thomas U. Walter and Montgomery Meigs "Plan of Principal Story, North Wing," c. 1856, Ink and ink washes on paper, Architect of the Capitol.
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95a: Old City Hall, 1862-5. Gridley J.F. Bryant & Arthur Gilman, architects.
forecourt and facade, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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95z: Old Boston City Hall
panoramic photo, E. Chickering & Co., 1903, Panoramic Photograph Collection (pan 6a06421), Library of Congress.
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97a: State, Navy & War Building, Washington, D.C. Alfred B. Mullet, architect.
Front and west flank, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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97b: State, Navy & War Building, Washington, D.C. Alfred B. Mullet, architect.
Front and west flank, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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99a: Memorial Hall, Harvard, 1870-78. William Ware & Henry Van Brunt, architects.
View from southwest, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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101a: Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, 1871-76. Frank Furness, architect.
View from northeast, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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112a: Stoughton House, Cambridge, MA. 1882-83. H.H. Richardson, architect.
oblique view from right front, photo J. Howe.
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112b: Stoughton House, Cambridge, MA. 1882-83. H.H. Richardson, architect.
detail of right part of facade (with added bow), photo J. Howe.
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118a: New York Tribune Building, New York, 1873-5. Richard Morris Hunt, architect.
old photo (J. Howe).
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118b: New York Tribune Building, New York, 1873-5. Richard Morris Hunt, architect.
old tinted photo (J. Howe).
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118c: New York Tribune Building, New York, 1873-5. Richard Morris Hunt, architect.
old photo from northwest (J. Howe).
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121a: Trinity Church, Boston, 1872-77. H.H. Richardson, architect.
general view from left front, photo J. Howe.
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121b: Trinity Church, Boston, 1872-77. H.H. Richardson, architect.
general view from left front, old photograph (before porch was completed in the 1890s by Shepley, Rutan, Coolidge), (J. Howe).
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121c: Trinity Church, Boston, 1872-77. H.H. Richardson, architect.
general view from right front, photo J. Howe.
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121d: Trinity Church, Boston, 1872-77. H.H. Richardson, architect.
flank, photo J. Howe.
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121e: Trinity Church, Boston, 1872-77. H.H. Richardson, architect.
front porch, photo J. Howe.
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121f: Trinity Church, Boston, 1872-77. H.H. Richardson, architect.
close view upward of tower, photo J. Howe.
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123a: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA. 1881. H.H. Richardson, architect.
front, photo J. Howe.
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123b: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA. 1881. H.H. Richardson, architect.
detail of entrance, photo J. Howe.
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123c: Crane Memorial Library, Quincy, MA
addition from 1930s (Colletti, architect), photo J. Howe.
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125a: Marshall Field Wholesale Store, Chicago, IL. 1885, demolished 1930. H. H. Richardson,
angle view, old photo (J. Howe).
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127a: Monadnock Building, Chicago, IL. 1889. Burnham & Root, architects.
Corner view, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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128: Reliance Building, Chicago, IL. 1894. Burnham & Root, with Charles Atwood, architects.
Corner view, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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129a: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL. 1887-89. Louis Sullivan & Dankmar Adler, architects.
front and south flank, photo J. Howe.
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129b: Auditorium Building, Chicago, IL. 1887-89. Louis Sullivan & Dankmar Adler, architects.
east facade, photo J. Howe.
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133a: Boston Public Library, 1888-1895. McKim, Mead, & White, architects
main front, photo J. Howe.
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133b: Boston Public Library, 1888-1895. McKim, Mead, & White, architects
front and south flank, photo J. Howe.
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133c: Boston Public Library, 1888-1895. McKim, Mead, & White, architects. 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).
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136a: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, N.Y., 1894-5. Louis Sullivan & Dankmar Adler, architects.
view from corner, photo J. Howe.
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136b: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, N.Y., 1894-5. Detail. Louis Sullivan & Dankmar Adler, architects.
detail of upper facade, photo J. Howe.
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136c: Guaranty Building, Buffalo, N.Y., 1894-5. Detail. Louis Sullivan & Dankmar Adler, architects.
entrance, photo J. Howe.
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138a: Carson Pirie Scott Building, Chicago, 1899. (Originally Schlesinger & Meyer Store), Louis Sullivan, architect.
Photo before 1903-4 enlargment by Daniel Burnham; Architectural Record, 1904. (J. Howe).
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138b: Carson Pirie Scott Building, Chicago, 1899. Louis Sullivan, architect. Detail.
corner, Architectural Record, 1904. (J. Howe).
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138c: Carson Pirie Scott Building, Chicago, 1899. Louis Sullivan, architect. Enlarged 1904 by Daniel Burnham.
general view, photo J. Howe.
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139a: Ground plan of exhibition Daniel Burnham & John Wellborn Root, architects, with F.L. Olmsted, landscape architect.
Old plan (J. Howe)
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139b: Transportation Building Louis Sullivan, architect.
General view, old photograph [J. Howe]
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139c: Transportation Building, "Golden Doorway" Louis Sullivan, architect. [J. Howe]
Detail of entry, old photograph (J. Howe).
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139d: Fine Arts Building Charles Atwood, architect. Now the Museum of Science and Industry.
view, tinted photo, from an old postcard
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139z
Columbian Expo
panoramic photo from behind lagoon, showing train tracks, E. W. Irish, 1893, Panoramic Photograph Collection (pan 6a27057), Library of Congress
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Aerial view of Chicago in 1871 (detail), lithograph by William Flint, 1872, Panoramic Map Collection (G4104.C6A3 1871 .C5 MLC), Library of Congress
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140y
Aerial view of Chicago in 1892, lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1892, Panoramic Map Collection (G4104.C6A3 1892 .C8), Library of Congress
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140z
Aerial view of Chicago in 1916 (detail), lithograph by By Arno B. Reincke, 1916, Panoramic Map Collection (G4104.C6A3 1916 .R41), Library of Congress
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142a: Ward Willetts House, Highland Park, IL, 1900-02. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
general view, photo Lauren Soth.
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142b: Ward Willetts House, Highland Park, IL, 1900-02. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
close view of living room wing, photo Lauren Soth.
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143a. Grand Central Terminal
restaurant, photograph ca. 1910-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072979), Library of Congress
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X - 143b. Grand Central Terminal
Main concourse, looking south, photograph ca. 1900-1910, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 500678), Library of Congress
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143c. Grand Central Terminal
aerial view, photograph ca. 1900-1910, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072984), Library of Congress
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143d. Grand Central Terminal
main concourse, photograph ca. 1903-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072981), Library of Congress
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X - 143e. Grand Central Terminal
street view, photograph ca. 1900, W. H. Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 013387), Library of Congress
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145a: Darwin Martin House, Buffalo, NY, 1904. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
view, photo J. Howe.
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146a: Singer Building, NYC, 1906-8. Ernest Flagg, architect.
general view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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146b: Singer Building, NYC, 1906-8. Ernest Flagg, architect.
night scene, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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146c. Singer Building,
under construction, photograph ca. 1905-1908, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 070754), Library of Congress
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147a: Unity Temple, Oak Park, 1904-06. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.
corner view, photo J. Howe.
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147b: Unity Temple, Oak Park, 1904-06. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.
oblique view, photo J. Howe.
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152a: Pennsylvania Station, NYC. 1906-10. McKim, Mead & White, architects. Designed 1902-05; built 1906-10.
general view, tinted photo, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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152e. Pennsylvania Station
bird's-eye view, photograph ca. 1910-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 072676), Library of Congress
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152b. Pennsylvania Station
main concourse, photograph ca. 1900-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no.30X), Library of Congress
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152c. Pennsylvania Station
track level & concourses, photograph ca. 1905-1915, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 071936), Library of Congress
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152d. Pennsylvania Station
main waiting room, photograph ca. 1905-1915, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 039793), Library of Congress
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156a: Bradley ("Airplane") House, Wood's Hole, MA, 1912. Purcell and Elmslie, architects.
general view from seaward side, photo J. Howe.
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156b: Bradley ("Airplane") House, Wood's Hole, MA, 1912. Purcell and Elmslie, architects.
detail of bay, photo J. Howe.
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156c: Bradley ("Airplane") House, Wood's Hole, MA, 1912. Purcell and Elmslie, architects.
detail at left, photo J. Howe.
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157a: Woolworth Building, NYC, 1913. Cass Gilbert, architect.
general view from north, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe).
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157b: Woolworth Building, NYC, 1913. Cass Gilbert, architect.
distant view, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe).
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157c: Woolworth Building, NYC, 1913. Cass Gilbert, architect.
view from southeast, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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157d: Woolworth Building, NYC, 1913. Cass Gilbert, architect.
view from northwest, photo J. Howe.
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157e: Woolworth Building, NYC, 1913. Cass Gilbert, architect.
views under construction (J. Howe)
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157f. Woolworth Building
night view, photograph ca. 1910-1920, Detroit Publishing Co. (no. 073062), Library of Congress
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163a: Chicago Tribune Building, 1922-25. Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells, architects.
night view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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163b: Chicago Tribune Building, 1922-25. Raymond Hood and John Mead Howells, architects.
general view, photo J. Howe.
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174a: Empire State Building, NYC, 1931. Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, architects. H.G. Balcom, engineer.
rendered view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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174b: Empire State Building, NYC, 1931. Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, architects. H.G. Balcom, engineer.
view from below, photo J. Howe.
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174c: Empire State Building, NYC, 1931. Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, architects. H.G. Balcom, engineer.
aerial view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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175a: Daily News Building, NYC, 1930. Raymond Hood, architect.
general view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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176a: Chrysler Building, NYC, 1929. Willian Van Alen, architect.
night view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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176b: Chrysler Building, NYC, 1929. Willian Van Alen, architect.
distant aerial view (J. Howe).
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176c: Chrysler Building, NYC, 1929. Willian Van Alen, architect.
general view, rendering, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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177a: Rockefeller Center, NYC, 1930-40. Reinhardt, Hoffmeister, R. Hood & Fouilhoux, H.W. Corbett, Harrison & Mac Murray, architects. H.G. Balcom, engineer.
axial view, photo J. Howe.
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177b: RCA Building, Rockefeller Center, NYC, 1930-40. Reinhardt, Hoffmeister, R. Hood & Fouilhoux, H.W. Corbett, Harrison & Mac Murray, architects. H.G. Balcom, engineer.
general view, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe).
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177c: Rockefeller Center, NYC, 1930-40. Reinhardt, Hoffmeister, R. Hood & Fouilhoux, H.W. Corbett, Harrison & Mac Murray, architects. H.G. Balcom, engineer.
corner view, from an old postcard (J. Howe).
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177d: RCA Building, Rockefeller Center, NYC, 1930-40.
Observation deck on the roof, from an old tinted postcard (J. Howe).
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180a: "Fallingwater" Kaufmann House, Bear Run, PA, 1936. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
general view from below, photo J. Howe.
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180b: "Fallingwater" Kaufmann House, Bear Run, PA, 1936. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
cantilever over water, photo J. Howe.
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180c: "Fallingwater" Kaufmann House, Bear Run, PA, 1936. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
cantilever from below, photo J. Howe.
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181a: Johnson Wax Headquarters, Racine, WI, 1936-39. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
entrance approach, photo J. Howe.
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181b: Johnson Wax Headquarters, Racine, WI, 1936-39. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
streetside view, photo J. Howe.
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181c: Johnson Wax Headquarters, Racine, WI, 1936-39. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
interior, photo J. Howe.
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184a: Walter Gropius Residence, Lincoln, MA, 1938. Walter Gropius, architect.
general view, photo J. Howe.
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184b: Walter Gropius Residence, Lincoln, MA, 1938. Walter Gropius, architect.
flank and front, photo J. Howe.
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184c: Walter Gropius Residence, Lincoln, MA, 1938. Walter Gropius, architect.
flank and rear, photo J. Howe.
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185a: Taliesen West, Scottsdale, AZ, 1938ff. Office and home of Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
close view, photo J. Howe.
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185b: Taliesen West, Scottsdale, AZ, 1938ff. Office and home of Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
general view, photo J. Howe.
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185c: Taliesen West, Scottsdale, AZ, 1938ff. Office and home of Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
approach, photo J. Howe.
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185d: Taliesen West, Scottsdale, AZ, 1938ff. Office and home of Frank Lloyd Wright, architect.
terrace and entry, photo J. Howe.
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187a: Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1959. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.
exterior of rotunda, photo J. Howe.
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187b: Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1959. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.
upward view in dome, photo J. Howe
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187c: Solomon Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1959. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.
entrance, photo J. Howe
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