A non-comprehensive list of articles from the Winterthur Portfolio on American architecture and some related subjects, roughly classed by time period.

Generally 17-18TH CENTURY

“Jamaican Architectures before Georgian,” by Robertson, James
Winterthur Portfolio 36, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 2001): 73-95

"In the Face of the Court...": Law, Commerce, and the Transformation of Public Space in Boston, 1650-1770,” by McNamara, Martha J.
Winterthur Portfolio 36, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 2001): 125-139

“Banking Houses in the United States: The First Generation, 1781-1811,” by Hafertepe, Kenneth
Winterthur Portfolio 35, 1 (Spring 2000): 1-52

“Symbols of Assimilation or Status?: The Meanings of Eighteenth-Century Houses in Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania,” by Falk, Cynthia G.
Winterthur Portfolio 33, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1998): 107-134

“Isaac Norris's Fairhill: Architecture, Landscape, and Quaker Ideals in a Philadelphia Colonial Country Seat,” by Reinberger, Mark, and McLean, Elizabeth
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 4 (Winter 1997): 243-274

“Jefferson's Designs for Remodeling the Governor's Palace,” by Wenger, Mark R.
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 4 (Winter 1997): 223-242

“The Character of a Landscape: Domestic Architecture and Community in Late Eighteenth-Century Berkeley Parish, Virginia,” by White, Ashli
Winterthur Portfolio 34, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1999): 109-138

“From Lovers to Murderers: The Etiquette of Entry and the Social Implications of House Form,” by Bergengren, Charles
Winterthur Portfolio 29, 1 (Spring 1994): 43-72

“Meetinghouses, Town Houses, and Churches: Changing Perceptions of Sacred and Secular Space in Southern New England, 1720-1850,” by Sweeney, Kevin M.
Winterthur Portfolio 28, 1 (Spring 1993): 59-93

“Stephen Hallet's Designs for the United States Capitol,” by Scott, Pamela
Winterthur Portfolio 27, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1992): 145-170

“Jefferson and the Indians,” by Kennedy, Roger
Winterthur Portfolio 27, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1992): 105-121

“Bawns and Beliefs: Architecture, Commerce, and Conversion in Early New England,” by George, Robert Blair St.
Winterthur Portfolio 25, 4 (Winter 1990): 241-287

“Thomas Brattle, Mathematician-Architect in the Transition of the New England Mind, 1690-1700,” by Kennedy, Rick
Winterthur Portfolio 24, 4 (Winter 1989): 231-245

“Mansion People: Kinship, Class, and Architecture in Western Massachusetts in the Mid Eighteenth Century,” by Sweeney, Kevin M.
Winterthur Portfolio 19, 4 (Winter 1984): 231-255

“Vernacular Domestic Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Virginia,” by Upton, Dell
Winterthur Portfolio 17, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1982): 95-119

“Dutch Framed Houses in New York and New Jersey,” by Zink, Clifford W.
Winterthur Portfolio 22, 4 (Winter 1987): 265-294

“"In Happier Mansions, Warm, and Dry": The Invention of the Cottage as the Comfortable Anglo-American House,” by Crowley, John E.
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1997): 169-188

“Fachwerk Construction in the German Settlements of Wisconsin,” by Tishler, William H.
Winterthur Portfolio 21, 4 (Winter 1986): 275-292

“The Pennsylvania German House: European Antecedents and New World Forms,” by Weaver, William Woys
Winterthur Portfolio 21, 4 (Winter 1986): 243-264

“The Planter's Prospect: Houses, Outbuildings, and Rural Landscapes in Eighteenth-Century Virginia,” by Wells, Camille
Winterthur Portfolio 28, 1 (Spring 1993): 1-31

“Thomas Jefferson, Tenant,” by Wenger, Mark R.
Winterthur Portfolio 26, 4 (Winter 1991): 249-265

“Afterthoughts on "Material Life in America, 1600-1860": Household Space in Boston, 1670-1730,” by George, Robert Blair St.
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 1 (Spring 1997): 1-38

“From Hebron to Saron: The Religious Transformation of an Ephrata Convent,” by Kirschner, Ann
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 1 (Spring 1997): 39-63

“The Origins of Creole Architecture,” by Edwards, Jay D.
Winterthur Portfolio 29, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1994): 155-189

“"All the Annoyances and Inconveniences of the Country": Environmental Factors in the Development of Outbuildings in the Colonial Chesapeake,” by Linebaugh, Donald W.
Winterthur Portfolio 29, 1 (Spring 1994): 1-18

“Vernacular Domestic Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Virginia,” by Upton, Dell
Winterthur Portfolio 17, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1982): 95-119

“Multiple Materials, Multiple Meanings: The Fortunes of Thomas Mendenhall,” by Herman, Bernard L.
Winterthur Portfolio 19, 1 (Spring 1984): 67-86

“Random or Systematic?: An Evaluation of the Probate Process,” by Izard, Holly V.
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1997): 147-167

Generally 19TH-CENTURY

“Civic and Aesthetic Reserve: Ammi Burnham Young's 1850s Federal Customhouse Designs,” by Bluestone, Daniel
Winterthur Portfolio 25, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1990): 131-156

“Neoclassical Wrought Iron in Baltimore,” by Alexander, Robert L.
Winterthur Portfolio 18, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1983): 147-186

“Living Patterns in Antebellum Rural America as Depicted by Nineteenth-Century Women Writers,” by Gordon, Jean, and McArthur, Jan
Winterthur Portfolio 19, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1984): 177-192

“German Architectural Theory and Practice in Chicago, 1850-1900,” by Geraniotis, Roula Mouroudellis
Winterthur Portfolio 21, 4 (Winter 1986): 293-306

“Richard Upjohn and the American Rundbogenstil,” by Pierson, William H., Jr.
Winterthur Portfolio 21, 4 (Winter 1986): 223-242

“In the Public Eye: Women and the American Luxury Hotel," by Brucken, Carolyn
Winterthur Portfolio 31, 4 (Winter, 1996) 203-220

“From Farm to Campus: Planning, Politics, and the Agricultural College Idea in Kansas,” by Longstreth, Richard
Winterthur Portfolio 20, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1985): 149-179

“Pattern Books and Professionalism: Aspects of the Transformation of Domestic Architecture in America, 1800-1860,” by Upton, Dell
Winterthur Portfolio 19, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1984): 107-150

“Academic Eclecticism in American Architecture,” by Longstreth, Richard W.
Winterthur Portfolio 17, 1 (Spring 1982): 55-82

“Mail-Order House Plans and American Victorian Architecture,” by Garvin, James L.
Winterthur Portfolio 16, 4 (Winter 1981): 309-334

“Architecture and the Reinterpretation of the Past in the American Renaissance,” by Wilson, Richard Guy
Winterthur Portfolio 18, 1 (Spring 1983): 69-87

“Urban Vernacular Architecture in Nineteenth-Century Baltimore,” by Hayward, Mary Ellen
Winterthur Portfolio 16, 1 (Spring 1981): 33-63

“Jacob W. Holt: An American Builder,” by Bishir, Catherine W.
Winterthur Portfolio 16, 1 (Spring 1981): 1-31

“Nineteenth-Century Hydropower: Design and Construction of Lawrence Dam, 1845-1848,” by Molloy, Peter M.
Winterthur Portfolio 15, 4 (Winter 1980): 315-343

“Wilson Eyre in Camden: The Henry Genet Taylor House and Office,” by Teitelman, Edward
Winterthur Portfolio 15, 3 (Autumn 1980): 229-255

“Wilson Eyre in Detroit: The Charles Lang Freer House,” by Fahlman, Betsy
Winterthur Portfolio 15, 3 (Autumn 1980): 257-270

“Ecclesiological Gothic in the Antebellum South,” by Patrick, James
Winterthur Portfolio 15, 2 (Summer 1980): 117-138

“The Early Work of Charles F. McKim: Country House Commissions,” by Wilson, Richard Guy
Winterthur Portfolio 14, 3 (Autumn 1979): 235-267

“Domestic Reform and American Household Plumbing, 1840-1870,” by Ogle, Maureen
Winterthur Portfolio 28, 1 (Spring 1993): 33-58

“Social Conflict and Urban Rebuilding: The Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Brick Act of 1814,” by Candee, Richard M.
Winterthur Portfolio 32, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1997): 119-146

“The Millionaire's Palace: Leland Stanford's Commission for Pottier & Stymus in San Francisco,” by Strazdes, Diana
Winterthur Portfolio 36, 4 (Winter 2001): 213-243

“Living the Principle: Mormon Polygamous Housing in Nineteenth-Century Utah,” by Carter, Thomas
Winterthur Portfolio 35, 4 (Winter 2000): 223-251

“Village Constructions: U. S. Army Forts on the Plains, 1848-1890,” by Hoagland, Alison K.
Winterthur Portfolio 34, 4 (Winter 1999): 215-237

“The Lady and the Library Loafer: Gender and Public Space in Victorian America,” by van Slyck, Abigail A.
Winterthur Portfolio 31, 4 (Winter, 1996): 221-242

“Solid Objects/Mutable Meanings: Fancywork and the Construction of Bourgeois Culture, 1840-1880,” by Bercaw, Nancy Dunlap
Winterthur Portfolio 26, 4 (Winter 1991): 231-247

“H. H. Richardson's Glessner House: A Garden in the Machine,” by Hubka, Thomas C.
Winterthur Portfolio 24, 4 (Winter 1989): 209-229

“H. H. Richardson, Frederick Law Olmsted, and the House for Robert Treat Paine,” by Floyd, Margaret Henderson
Winterthur Portfolio 18, 4 (Winter 1983): 227-248

“Naturalized Nationalism: A Ruskinian Discourse on the Search for an American Style of Architecture,” by Weingarden, Lauren S.
Winterthur Portfolio 24, 1 (Spring 1989): 43-68

“Airborne Toxins and the American House, 1865-1895,” by Townsend, Gavin
Winterthur Portfolio 24, 1 (Spring 1989): 29-42

“John Ruskin and Artistical Geology in America,” by Wagner, Virginia L.
Winterthur Portfolio 23, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1988): 151-167

“German American Log Buildings of Dubois County, Indiana,” by Roberts, Warren E.
Winterthur Portfolio 21, 4 (Winter 1986): 265-274

“The Colors of Nature: Louis Sullivan's Architectural Polychromy and Nineteenth-Century Color Theory,” by Weingarden, Lauren S.
Winterthur Portfolio 20, 4 (Winter 1985): 243-260

“The American Cemetery as Picturesque Landscape: Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis,” by Darnall, Margaretta J.
Winterthur Portfolio 18, 4 (Winter 1983): 249-269

“Manner Books and Suburban Houses: The Structure of Tradition and Aesthetics,” by Bronner, Simon J.
Winterthur Portfolio 18, 1 (Spring 1983): 61-68

“Household Art: Creating the Artistic Home, 1868-1893,” by McClaugherty, Martha Crabill
Winterthur Portfolio 18, 1 (Spring 1983): 1-26

“The Henry Lippitt House of Providence, Rhode Island,” by Cogswell, Elizabeth Agee
Winterthur Portfolio 17, 4 (Winter 1982): 203-242

“City Parlor, Country Sitting Room: Rural Vernacular Design and the American Parlor, 1840-1900,” by McMurry, Sally
Winterthur Portfolio 20, 4 (Winter 1985): 261-280

“The Riddell-Carroll House in Baltimore,” by Alexander, Robert L.
Winterthur Portfolio 28, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1993): 113-139

“"An Ideal Life in the Woods for Boys": Architecture and Culture in the Earliest Summer Camps,” by Maynard, W. Barksdale
Winterthur Portfolio 34, 1 (Spring 1999): 3-29

“Pride and Prejudice: The Appalachian Boxed House in Southwestern North Carolina,” by Williams, Michael Ann
Winterthur Portfolio 25, 4 (Winter 1990): 217-230

“Makers, Buyers, and Users: Consumerism as a Material Culture Framework,” by Martin, Ann Smart
Winterthur Portfolio 28, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1993): 141-157

Generally 20TH CENTURY

“Controlling Passions: The Turn of the Century Wallpaper Dilemma,” by Jennings, Jan
Winterthur Portfolio 31, 4 (Winter, 1996) 243-264

“The Patronage Matrix: Charles A. Platt, Architect, Charles L. Freer, Client,” by Morgan, Keith N.
Winterthur Portfolio 17, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1982): 121-134

“In Search of a United Front: American Architectural Sculpture at the Turn of the Century,” by Bogart, Michele H.
Winterthur Portfolio 19, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1984): 151-176

“Maybeck's Melancholy: Architecture, Empathy, Empire, and Mental Illness at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition,” by Eggener, Keith L.
Winterthur Portfolio 29, 4 (Winter 1994): 211-226

“The American Colonial Revival in the 1930s,” by Gebhard, David
Winterthur Portfolio 22, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1987): 109-148

“Early Twentieth-Century Reform Housing by Kilham and Hopkins, Architects of Boston,” by Candee, Richard M., and Hardwicke, Greer
Winterthur Portfolio 22, 1 (Spring 1987): 47-80

“Roadside Colonial: Early American Design for the Automobile Age, 1900-1940,” by Rhoads, William B.
Winterthur Portfolio 21, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1986): 133-152

“Thomas Tileston Waterman: Student of American Colonial Architecture,” by Kaynor, Fay Campbell
Winterthur Portfolio 20, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1985): 103-147

“Louis Rorimer: Nonresidential Interior Design,” by Pina, Leslie
Winterthur Portfolio 25, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1990): 157-176

“Art Deco: Polemics and Synthesis,” by Striner, Richard
Winterthur Portfolio 25, 1 (Spring 1990): 21-34

“Louis Rorimer: Interior Design, 1896-1939,” by Pina, Leslie
Winterthur Portfolio 23, 4 (Winter 1988): 243-264

“Tuskegee: Landscape in Black and White,” by Weiss, Ellen
Winterthur Portfolio 36, 1 (Spring 2001): 19-37

“Royal Barry Wills and the American Colonial Revival,” by Gebhard, David
Winterthur Portfolio 27, 1 (Spring 1992): 45-74

“Progressivism and the Colonial Revival: The Modern Colonial House, 1900-1920,” by May, Bridget A.
Winterthur Portfolio 26, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1991): 107-122

“Male and Female Agendas for Domestic Reform: The Middle-Class Bungalow in Gendered Perspective,” by Robertson, Cheryl
Winterthur Portfolio 26, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1991): 123-141

“Woman's Domestic Body: The Conceptual Conflation of Women and Interiors in the Industrial Age,” by Gordon, Beverly
Winterthur Portfolio 31, 4 (Winter, 1996) 281-301

“From the Archives: "The House and All That Goes on in It": The Notebook of Frederica Shanks, 1905-6,” by Adams, Annmarie
Winterthur Portfolio 31, 2/3 (Summer-Autumn 1996): 165-172

“Words, Deeds and Artifice: Gustav Stickley’s Club House at Craftsman Farms,” by Mark Alan Hewitt
Winterthur Portfolio 31 (1996): 23-

“"A Vanished City Is Restored": Inventing and Displaying the Past at the Museum of the City of New York,” by Page, Max
Winterthur Portfolio 34, 1 (Spring 1999): 49-64

“Building the Picture: Trading on the Imagery of Production and Design,” by Gottfried, Herbert
Winterthur Portfolio 27, 4 (Winter 1992): 235-253

“Drawing on the Vernacular Interior,” by Jennings, Jan
Winterthur Portfolio 27, 4 (Winter 1992): 255-279

“Masculine/Indian,” by Cromley, Elizabeth
Winterthur Portfolio 31, 4 (Winter, 1996) 265-280


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