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Architects in practice, New York City, 1840-1900

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Architects -- New York (State) -- New York -- Directories, Architecture -- New York (State) -- New York -- 19th century -- Direct

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StatementDennis Steadman Francis for the Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records.
GenreDirectories.
ContributionsCommittee for the Preservation of Architectural Records.
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LC ClassificationsNA55.N5 F72
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Pagination114 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL4120199M
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Architects in practice, New York City, by Dennis Steadman Francis,The Committee edition, in EnglishPages: Continues: Architects in practice, New York City, / Dennis Steadman Francis "6 June " Includes bibliographical referencesPages: Get this from a library.

Architects in practice, New York City, [James Ward; Dennis Steadman Francis; Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records.]. There seems to be a George E.

Archer who was based in New York City and was an architect for the railroads. He is not the same as George Archer of Baltimore. I found George E. Archer's name in the compiled 1840-1900 book directory listings from the book Architects in Practice, New York City, A copy of the entry is attached.

Architects in Practice in New York City, New York: The Committee, Avery Reference AA N4 F Ward, James. Architects in Practice, New York City, Union, N.J.: J & D Associates, Avery Reference AA N4 W21 Simply a list of every architect active in New York City with their addresses and office numbers.

This is a good source for well-known and more obscure architects. Architects in Practice, New York City, by Dennis Steadman Francis (New York: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, ) Architects in Practice New York City by James Ward (Union, N.J: J&D Associates, []).

Ward= James Ward, Architects in Practice, New York City, 1840-1900 book, COPAR: White= Virginia S. White, From Camargo to Indian Hill, Indian Hill, Oh: The Indian Hill Historical Museum Association, Middletown was the main station along the Erie Railroad mainline in the city of Middletown, New d on Depot Street, the station Architects in practice first opened in with construction of the New York, Lake Erie and Western Railroad, which had originally terminated at station was located along the New York Division, which stretched from Pavonia Terminal in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Location: 11–19 Depot Street, Middletown, New York.

Though many architectural styles are described fairly thoroughly in the architectural dictionaries, there are five important monographic works which cover the styles in somewhat greater detail:Author: Barbara Opar. Architects in Practice: New York City, Union, NJ: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, Union, NJ: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, Gane, John F.

American Architects Directory. 3rd ed. Dennis Stedman Francis, Architects in Practice in New York City, (New York: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, ), 12; Julian Orbach, Victorian Architecture in Britain, Blue Guide (New York: W.W. Norton, ), ; James Ward, Architects in Practice, New York City in (Union, N.J.

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the New York Central Building aie designated New York City Landmarks. McFadden. The Della Robbia Bar is a designated New York City Interior Landmark.

The Plaza Hotel and Steinway Hall are designated New York City Landmarks. The Erlanger Theater is a designated New York City Landmark and Interior Landmark.

File Size: 14MB. Francis, Architects in Practice, New York City,45, Year Book of The Society of Beaux-Arts Architects, Hamersly (editor), Who's Who in New York City and State, Interview, Marvin Anderson, 9 June Levy, American Art Annual. Wills then moved to New York City in to open an office at Broadway (D.S.

Francis, Architects in Practice New York City, 83). In Wills formed a partnership with Henry C. Dudley (), an experienced architect nearly ten years older than Wills, but who had also worked in the Exeter office of John Hayward. In addition to our online resources, there are many research tools available in the library's reading room.

On-site users can access digitized primary source documents from the New-York Historical Society in Gateway to North America: The People Places, & Organizations of 19th Century New York and digitized Revolutionary War Orderly Books.

Architects in Practice, New York City, New York: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, A History of Architecture and the Building Trades of Greater New York.

New York: Union History Co., A History of Real Estate, Building and Architecture in New York During the Last Quarter of a Century. 3: Architects in Practice in New York City- (it contains a Brooklyn chapter) F. OLDER. 4: Architectural Research Materials in NYC (it contains a Brooklyn chapter) F.

OLDER. 5: Brooklyn Houses– See Also Historic Houses. OLDER. 6: Miscellaneous. ARCHIVES. Wilson, Joseph Miller () ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER.

Biography: Projects: Biographical References: Related Architects: Architects in Practice in New York City, New York: COPAR,p. 83 minutes of the Admission Committee, ; and receipt book, (American Philosophical Society, on deposit in The.

Francis, Dennis Steadman. Architects in Practice, New York City, New York: COPAR, Georgia Department of Natural Resources. "Georgia's Living Places: Historic Houses in their Landscaped Settings." Atlanta: Georgia Department of Natural Resources, [S] Year Book of The Society of Beaux-Arts Architects, (New York).

[S] Michael Webert, "Re: Question about one of your watercolor paintings," e-mail message from to Howard DeVoe, 26 January hauls New York Blue Book. New York: Blue Books, Inc., —. Francis, Dennis S. Architects In Practice in New York City 2 — Nev York: Committee for the Preservation of Architectural Records, landrarks Preservation Commission.

Met Museum Historic District Designation Report (LP—). York: City of New York. Dauts New York Blue Book. New York: Data's Blue Books, Inc., Francis, Dennis S.

Architects in Practice in New York City, — New York: Committee for the Preservation of Landmarks Preservation Cormission.

Central Street Historic District Designation Report. Contemporary Architects (Avery Ref. AA 40 C) c. Francis. Architects in Practice in New York City, (Avery Ref. AA N4 F84) d. ects in Practice, New York City, (Avery N4 W21) e.

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Withey. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased) (Avery Ref. AA W) c. Scope and Contents note. Publications are arranged alphabetically by title. Comprised of books, pamphlets, and other similar materials, this group of publications document buildings and areas in which Margot Gayle was interested; as such, she annotated the vast majority of them.

Francis, Dennis S, Architects in Practice: New York CityCoparno Cazin. Haberkamm, Prof Klaus, Personal communication, Hoboken Public Libraryfound no information but found the picture from the book on light bulbs. Hüffer, Maxfritz, personal correspondence Several articles by Frank Wills and reviews of some of his designs for American churches are in the New-York Ecclesiologist, 1 (–49)–5 ().

Much of the material covered in his articles subsequently appeared in his book, Ancient English ecclesiastical architecture and its principles, applied to the wants of the church at the present. NYCOPAR (), 77; Ward (), Tuttle, Bloodgood (/ca/) According to an undated volume of Who Was Who, Tuttle was born in New York City on Janualthough other sources indicate that he was born in Trained at the Chicago (Ill.) Manual Training High School; studied art at the Art Institute of Chicago.

A Register of Artists, Engravers, Booksellers, Bookbinders, Printers & Publishers in New York City, New York: New York Public Library, New York: New York Public Library, New Response: Contemporary Painters of the Hudson River.Architectural Records, Architects in Practice, New York Cityis of interest, not only for its contents, but also as a model for others to imitate.

Copies may be obtained by sending $ to the Committee % AlA, NY Chapter, Madison Avenue, New York, NY 2 A computerized on-line index for current action catalogs is.Architects in Practice in New York City Two volumes that list every architect active in New York City and when they worked and where there offices were located.

by Dennis Steadman Francis; by James Ward.