Architecture. U.S. Washington DC. Monuments. Roosevelt, Franklin Delano.

"Five Sculptors and a President" by David Finn

SCULPTURE REVIEW Summer 1997 pp.14-23 illus NB1.N29

U.S. Architecture. Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. Monuments. Oklahoma City Memorial

design for a memorial to the victims of the explosion at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

Archs: Hans-Ekkhard Butzer, Torrey Butzer and Sven Berg (German architectural team) came up with the winning plan in competition

description and small model photo. Estimated ground- breaking April 1998, completion late 1999 ART IN AMERICA Oct 1997 p.31 N1.A43

U.S. Architecture. Rhode Island. Providence. Parks. Water Place Park

"Water Fire", 1997 multimedia installation by Barnaby Evans

small b&w photo ARTNEWS Oct 1997 p.172 N1.A6

U.S. Architecture. Rhode Island Water Fire.

. Providence. MOnuments.

multimedia installation by Barnaby Evans at Water Place Park, Providence

small b&w photo

ARTNEWS Oct 1997 p.172 N1.A6

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:65,plate XXXVI Exterior. Cornice.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:66,plate XXXVII Exterior. Dormer window.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:64s plate XXXV Exterior. Entrance doorway.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:63s platé XXXIV Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.5:84,plate XLVI Exterior. Window and shutters.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:80 Exterior. Upper stories.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no».3:79 Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.5:78,plate XLV Interior. Guest bedroom. Mantel.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:77,plate XLIV Interior. Guest bedroom. Mantel.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:76, plate XLIII Interior. Lower hall. Doorway.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.5:75,plate XLII Interior. Newel and stairs.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (83102.58)vol.XV, no.3:74,plate XLI Interior. Stair well.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XV, no.5:75,plate XL Interior. Parlor. Mantel.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790,

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:72 Interior. Drawing room.

Measured drawing of window, door, and mantel.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:70,71 Interior. Drawing room.

Measured drawing of mantel, cornice, etc.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:68,plate XXXIX Interior. Cornice and over-mantel.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XV, noe5:69 Interior. Drawing room. Mantel shelf.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790,

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.5:67,plate XXXVIII Interior. Drawing room. Mantel.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.5:62,plate XXXIII Exterior. Office wing.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.5:61,plate XXXII Exterior.

New Jersey. Allentown. Imlay House. 1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.3:358,plate XXXI Exterior.

U.S.

See:

Architecture. New Jersey. Atlantic City

Vance Bibliography, Z5944.U5W4593 1987.

New Jersey. Board-Zabriskie House. 1790,

White Pine Series (83102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.3:8 Exterior.

New Jersey. Board-Zabriskie House. 1790.

White Pine Series (83102.58)Dec.1915; volel,no.5:9 Exterior.

New Jersey. Bordentown. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3:6 Exterior.

New Jersey. Bordentown. House.

White Pine Series (B102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3:7 Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Cresskill. Westervelt House. c.1800.

White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.l,no.3:11 Exterior.

New Jersey. Demarest House. 1857»

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, no.6:157 Exterior.

New Jersey. Demarest House. 1837.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, | no.3:19,plate XXXII Exterior. End view.

New Jersey. Demarest House. 1837.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.3:18,plate XXXI Exterior. Rear view.

New Jersey. Englewood. House.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, no.6:147 Exterior.

New Jersey. Englewood. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.3:8,plate XXV Exterior.

New Jersey. Englewood. Vreeland House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1921; vol.VII,no.2:4 Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Gloucester. "The Willows." c.1720,

White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1916; vol.II,no.1:5 Exterior.

New Jersey. Gloucester. "The Willows." GslTROS

White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1920; voleVI,no.5:4 Exterior.

New Jersey. Greenwich. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3:5 Exterior.

New Jersey. Greenwich. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VIsno.3:2 Exterior. Facade.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Ackerman House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.5:5,plate XXII Exterior.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Ackerman (Brinckerhoff) House. 1704.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.5:10 Exterior.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Hopper House. 1816-18.

White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XI, no.3:17,plate XXX Exterior.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Kipp House. Ce 1800.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.35:2,plate XXI Exterior.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Lincoln House, 1773.

White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XI, no.5:20,plate XXXIII Exterior. After restoration.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Terhune House. c.1670.

White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.3:7 Exterior.

New Jersey. Hackensack. Terhune House. c.1670.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.3:7,plate XXIV Exterior.

New Jersey. Haddonfield. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.5:10 Exterior.

U.S. ARCHITECTURE. NEW JERSEY. JERSEY GITY; MONUMENTS. COLGATE CLOCK

"Staten Island Ferry TErminal Clock" NAWCC BULLETIN Aug 1993 pp.466-467

New Jersey. Madison. Bottle Hill Tavern. 1804,

8094,02-103:opp.p.129 Lathrop. Early American Inns and Taverns. Exterior.

U. S. New Jersey. Montague. Boscarino House Preston Scott Cohen, Architects 1997

REF: "House on a terminal line: Preston Scott Cohen," (Progressive Architecture Awards), Architecture, 87:4, April 1998, p. 74-77, col. illus., diagrans, models, elevations. (4092.208)

New Jersey. Moorestown. Ewing House. c.1800,

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3:8 Exterior.

New Jersey. Mt. Holly. Arcade Hotel.

8094.02-105:0pp.p.129 Lathrop. Early American Inns and Taverns. Exterior.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Collector's Office. 1807.

White Pine Series (3102.58)vo1.XII, no.3:6,plate XCVIII Exterior.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Collector's Office. 1807.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, no.5:19,plate CVI Exterior. Cornice.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Collector's Office. 1807.

White Pine Series (2102.58)vol.XII, n0.3:20,plate CVII Exterior. End view.

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New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:2,plate XCVI Exterior.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.5:5,plate XCVII Exterior.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:6,plate XCVIII Exterior.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:23 Exterior. Construction details

of cupola.

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New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:22 Exterior. Cupola.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vo1.XII, no.5:16,plate CIII Exterior. Front entrance doorway.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.d:11 Exterior. Front view.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.5:15,plate CII Exterior. Front view.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House, 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:18,plate CV Exterior. Main cornice.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:14 Exterior. Measured drawing of front elevation.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:12,13 Exterior. Measured drawing of front elevation and various details.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:10,plate CI Exterior. Rear entrance and wall of court room.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, no.5:?17,plate CIV Exterior. Rear

entrance doorway.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court Eouse. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:19,plate CVI Exterior. Window.

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New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, no.5:7,plate XCIX Interior. Court room.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:4 Interior. First floor plan.

New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County Court House. 1796.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:9 Interior. Measured drawing of stairway.

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| New Jersey. Mount Holly. Burlington County | | Court House. 1796,

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, no.3:8,plate C Interior. Stairway.

US. NJ. Newark. "Ark", folk art

Artist: Kea Tawana REF: Discussed in article, "Environments in Crisis," in CLARION, Winter 1988.

U.S. Architecture, Newark, NJ. Houses. Ballantine House.

Architect: George Edward Harney. "Ballantine House: Newark Museum reopens National

Historic Landmark." Antiques & the arts weekly, Jan. 13, 1995, p.1, 66-71. Illus. (NK1125.A3126x Folio)

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New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.3:9,plate XXVI Exterior.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House, c.1818.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.19153 vol.l,no.3:11 Exterior.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, no.5:16,plate XXIX Exterior. End view.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, no.5:10,plate XXVII Exterior. Front doorway.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series (83102.58)vol.XI, no.5:15,plate XXVIII Exterior. Front

doorway.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.3:2 Exterior. Front entrance.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House, c.1818.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, no.3:11 Exterior. Front view.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, no.3:12,13 Exterior. Measured drawing of elevations.

New Jersey. Nordhoff. Vreeland House. c.1818.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XI, no.3:14 Exterior. Measured drawing of

moldings.

New Jersey. Northvale. Harring House.

White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.5:12 Exterior.

New Jersey. Northvale. Harring House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1922; vol.VIII,no.2:7 Exterior. Dependencies.

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Architecture. U.S. Parsippany, NJ. Houses. CRAFTSMAN FARMS (Gustav Stickley)

"Craftsman Farms, Gustav Stickley's home in Parsip- pany, New Jersey, once destined to be a centerpiece for a proposed residential development designed by Robert A. M. Stern, has been given a new lease on life: The township plans to turn the farm into a center for the Study of American Arts and Crafts Movement."

--"Pencil points," PROG. ARCH., March 1990:24.

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New Jersey. Princeton. Morven. 1701.

8094,01-102R:0pp.p.3572 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

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New Jersey. Roadside farmhouse.

White Pine Series (3102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.5:6 Exterior.

New Jersey. Salem. Bilderbeck House. 1813.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1916; vol.II,no.1:12 Exterior.

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New Jersey. Salem. Bilderbeck House. 1815.

White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3:9 Exterior.

New Jersey. Salem. Bilderbeck House. 1813.

White Pine Series (83102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.5:15 Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Salem. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3314 Exterior.

New Jersey. Salem. House.

White Pine Series (3102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.3:13 Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Swedesboro. Trinity Church. 1784.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.1:9,plate V Exterior.

New Jersey. Swedesboro. Trinity Church. 1784.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, no.1:10,plate VI Exterior. Front door.

———— New Jersey. Teaneck. Brinckerhoff House.

White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, no.5:6,plate XXIII Exterior.

New Jersey. Tennent. First Presbyterian Church. 1751.

White Pine Series (83102.58)vol.XV, no.1:17,plate IX Exterior. North view.

New Jersey. Tennent. First Presbyterian Church. 1751,

White Pine Series (83102.58)vol.XV, no.1:16 Interior. Measured drawing of newel and rail.

New Jersey. Tennent. First Presbyterian Church. 1751.

White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XV, no.1:14,15 Interior. Measured drawing of pulpit.

New Jersey. Tennent. First Presbyterian Church. 1751.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.1:15 Interior. Pulpit.

New Jersey. Trenton. Runyon House, Early 19th century.

Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.1928; vol.XVIII,no.3:105 Exterior. Doorway.

New Jersey. Woodstown. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1920; vol.VI,no.5:12 Exterior.

New Madrid Hotel, New Madrid, Mo.

8094.02-103:0pp.p.304 Lathrop. Early American Inns and Taverns. Exterior.

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U.S. Architecture. New Mexico. Santa Fe. Museums O'Keeffe Museum

"The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum" by David Dillon

Architect: Richard Gluckman , Greg Allegretti 13,000 square feet

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD Jan 1998 pp.80-85, photos plans NA1.A6

U.S. Architecture. New Mexico. Santa Fe. Museuns. O'Keeffe Museum

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe scheduled to open July 17 217 Johnson Street; two centuries old former Spanish Baptist mission; renovated by Richard Gluckman, a New York architect (also reovated Pittsburgh factory into Andy Warhol Museum and warehouse in NYC into Dia Center. METROPOLITAN HOME Jul/Aug 1997 pp.42- 43, rendering NK1700.A57

U.S. Architecture. Santa Fe, NM. Museums. GEORGIA O'KEEFFE MUSEUM.

"Georgia O'Keeffe Museum selects architects for

Santa Fe renovation." Antiques & the arts weekly, Aug. 30, 1996, p.83. (NK1125.A3126x Folio)

"The architects chosen are Richard Gluckman of New York, principal in the firm Richard Gluckman Archi- tects, and Greg Allegretti of Santa Fe, principal in the firm Allegretti--Architect...."

New Mexico. Santa Fe. Palace of the Governors. 1598-1609,

8094.01-102R:opp.p.12 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New Mexico. Santa Fe. Tiguez House.

3094.01-102R:opp.p.12 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America.

Exterior.

NEW YORK

U.S. ARCHITECTURE. NEW YORK. NYC. GENERAL "Botero on the Avenue"

Temporarily sited along Park Avenue's median strip, 14 monumental bronzes by Fernando Botero...

ART IN AMERICA Nov. 1993 pp.50-53, illus.

U.S. Architecture. New York.

Great Camps of the Adirondacks by Harvey Kaiser

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New York. Albany. Schuyler Mansion. 1761-2.

8094.01-102R sopp.p.333 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. Albany. Schuyler Mansion. 1761-2.

8094.01-102Rsopp.p.355 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Interior. Hamilton room.

New York. Albany. Schuyler Mansion. 1761-2.

8094.01-102R:0pp.p.556 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Interior. Lower hall.

New York. Albany. Schuyler Mansion. 1761-2.

8094.01-102R:0pp.p.556 Lathrop. Eistoric houses of early America. Interior. Upper hall.

New York. Amsterdam. Fort Johnson House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1922; vol.VIII,no.2:12 Exterior. Outhouse,

New York. Auburn. Baldwin House. c.1838,

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:13 Exterior.

New York. Aurora. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1921; vol.VII,no.2:12 Exterior. Doorway.

U.S. Architecture. New York, Brooklyn. Churches. Holy Trinity Church

Stained Glass by William Bolton 19th cent.

Illus. in The Life of Christ in Stained Glass ,pp.30, &14 SP. 90.

NK 5306.L53 1978

U.S. Architecture. New York, The Bronx. Churches. Williamsbridge Rd. Reformed Church.

The Good Shepherd Stained Glass window by Frank Kaufel. Illus. in The Life of Christ in Stained Glass,p.74.

NK 5306.L53 1978

New York. Bronx. Poe Cottage.

White Pine Series (£102.58)Feb.1923; vol.IX,no,.1:4 Exterior.

New York. Brooklyn. Bergen House. c.1655.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1215; vol.I,no.5:5 Exterior.

New York. Brooklyn. Ditmars House. c.1800.

White Pine Series (83102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.5:312 Exterior.

New York. Brooklyn. Mill Island. Schenck House. c.1656.

8094.01-102R:opp.p.557 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. Brooklyn. Moody House.

8094.01-102R:opp.p.325 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. Brooklyn. Van Nuyse-Magaw House. c,1800.

White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.5:15 Exterior.

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U.S. Architecture. Buffalo, NY. Houses, MARTIN, DARWIN.

Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright.

"Landmark Frank Lloyd Wright house faces uncertain

future." ANTIQUES & THE ARTS WEEKLY, Dec. 21, 1990: 58.

New York. Canandaigua. Beals House. c.1815.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:11 Exterior.

New York. Canandaigua. Carr-Hayes House. 1826.

White Pine Series(8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:12 Exterior.

New York. Canandaigua. Granger House. c.1816.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:9 Exterior. Front view.

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U.S. Architecture. New York. New York. Government Buildings. Courthouses - Jacob Javits

See also NY. Address. Javits, Jacob Plaza

New York. Canandaigua. Phelps House. c.1813.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:8 Exterior. Side view.

New York. Cayuga County. Soule House, 1814.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:5 Exterior.

New York. Chatham. Harper House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1919; vol.V,no.5:7 Exterior. Entrance porch and front facade.

New York. Chatham. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1919; vol.V,no.5:8 Exterior.

New York. Chatham Center. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1919; vol.V,no.5:5 Exterior.

New York. Chatham Center. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1919; vol.V,no.5:6 Exterior. Cornice detail.

New York. Chatham Center. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1919; vol.V,no.5:4 Exterior. Entablature and window head.

New York. Chatham Center. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1919; vol.V,no.5:2 Exterior. Entrance and front facade.

New York. Chatham Center. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1921; vol.VII,no.5:10 Exterior. Porch.

New York. Chatham Center. Wilbur House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1821; vol.VII,no.5:10 Exterior. Porch.

New York. Colliersville. Lyman House. 1816.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.5:14 Exterior.

New York. Colliersville. Lyman House. 1816.

White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:15 Exterior. End doorway and middle doorway.

New York. Colliersville. Lyman House. 1816.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:2 Exterior. Entrance.

New York. Colliersville. Preston House. 1827.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:7 Exterlor.

New York. Colliersville. Preston House. 1827.

Wnite Pine Series(8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.5315 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. Campbell House. 1807.

White Pine Series (8102.58) June 1923; vol.IX,no.5:12 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "Fenimore."

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:7 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "Fenimore."

White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:8 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. Griffen House. 1790.

White Pine Series (B102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.5:5 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "Hyde Hall." 1815.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.339 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "Hyde Hall." 1815.

White Pine Series (8102.58) June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:10 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "Hyde Hall." 1815.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:10 Exterior. Gate lodge.

New York. Cooperstown. Otsego County Bank. 1831.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:5 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "White House." 1802.

White Pine Series (3102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.3:11 Exterior.

New York. Cooperstown. "Woodside Hall." 1829.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1923; vol.IX,no.5:12 Exterior.

New York. Chatham Center. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)1924;vol.X, no.2:10 Exterior. Cornice.

New York. Chatham Center, House.

White Pine Series(2102.58)1924;vol.X, no.5:12 Exterior. Cornice,

New York. Dover Plains. Colonial House,

White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVII, no.6:162 Exterior. Entrance porch.

New York. Eastchester. St. Paul's Church. 1768.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.1:7,plate IV Exterior.

New York. Eastchester. St. Paul's Church. 1768.

White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, no.1:6,plate III Exterior. Steeple.

NEW YORK. ELLIS ISLAND. IMMIGRATION MUSEUM Communication Arts C/A Jan/Feb 1991 p,82-93

Focuses on exhibits

New York. Elmhurst. Farmhouse.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1923; vol.IX,no.1:10 Exterior.

New York. Elmhurst. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1923; vol.IX,no.1:12 Exterior.

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U.S. New York. Fishers Island. Residence at Wilderness Point.

Architect: Robert A.M. Stern, 1986-1989.

Color rendering, site plan, floor plans, color photographs (int, ext.), details in AMERICAN HOUSES OF ROBERT A.M. STERN (1991) #NA737.S66A4 1991.

New York. Flatlands. Shenks-Crook House. 1656.

White Pine Series (83102.58)Dec.1°15; vol.I,no.5:4 Exterior.

New York. Flushing. House.

White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1923; vol.IX,no.lsll Exterior.

New York. Flushing. Prince House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1923; vol.IX,no.1:9 Exterior.

New York. Geneva. Boody House, c.1835.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:13 Exterior.

New York, Geneva. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.536 Exterior.

New York. Geneva. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; voleIV,no.5:11 Exterior.

NEW YORK, GLENS FALLS. HOUSES. HYDE HOUSE "Hyde House Holds Countless Treasures"

Mass Bay Antiques, Sept. 1001 p.13

Three houses built on one site, all by Boston architect Henry Forbes Bigelow of Bigelow and Wads- : worth. Hydes amassed extensive art and decorative arts collection.

New York. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58) 0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:5 Exterior.

U.S. Architecture. Hudson, NY. Houses. CHURCH, FREDERIC EDWIN.

"Persian perfection." ANTIQUES & THE ARTS WEEKLY, July 1, 1994:1, 56-60. Illus.

Lengthy descriptive article about Church's home Olana; profusely illustrated.

U.s. Architecture. New York. Hudson. Houses. Church, Frederic . Olana

"Frederic CHurch at Olana" by John Ashbery ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

June 1997 pp.60,62,68, 70,74, 78 NA730.C2 A7

New York. Hurley. Elmendorf House.

8094.01-104:p.4 Isham. Early American Houses. Interior. Floor plan.

New York. Hurley. House.

8094.01-102R:0pp.p.3552 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. Ithaca. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1921; voleVII,no.5:8 Exterior.

New York. Ithaca. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1921; vol.VII,no.3:15 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. Ithaca. Houses.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5:10 Exterior.

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New York. Johnstown. Black Horse Tavern. Q 1778 .

8094.02-105:0pp.p.257 Lathrop. Early American Inns and Taverns. Exterior.

New York. Lewiston. Frontier House.

8094.02-103:0pp.p.256 Lathrop. Early American Inns and Taverns. Exterior.

os. NY. CONG ISLAND, k Long Island Village Restored- - Architectiual Hentage, Summer ‘7.

UNMOONTED BOSTON FILE.

New York. L.I. Bellport. Osborne (Mott) House. c.1802,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:13 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Cutchogue. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; voleV,no.2:6 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Dutch House.

White Pine Series (3102.58)Dec.1915; vol.Il,no.5:13 Exterior.

New York. L.I. East Marion. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:6 Exterior.

New York. L.I. East Marion. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:10 Exterior. Cornice. |

New York. L.I. East Marion. House.

White Pine Series(8102.58)1924;vol.X, no.2:12 Exterior. Cornice.

New York. L.I. East Marion. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:11 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. East Marion. Houses.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:10 Exterior. Doorways.

New York. L.I. East Marion. Webb House. 1708.

White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1921; vol.VII,no.2:6 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. East Marion. Webb House. c.1790,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:11 Exterior. Porch.

New York. L.I. East Marion. Webb House, c.1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:14 Exterior.

New York. L.I. East Marion. Webb House, c.1790.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:2 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. Easthampton. Mulford House, c.1660,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:4 Exterior.

New York, L.I. Easthampton. Payne House, c.1660.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:9 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Far Rockaway. House.

8107.10l:plate 75 Chandler. The Colonial House. Exterior.

New York. L.I. Flatbush. Lefferts House.

White Pine Series (3102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.3:10 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Flatbush. Lefferts House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915; vol.I,no.5:14 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. Flatlands. Schenck-Crooke House,

8094.01-104:plate 28 Isham. Early American Houses. Interior.

New York. L.I. Flatlands. Schenck-Crooke House,

8094,01-104:p.5 Isham. Early American Houses. Interior. Floor plan.

New York. L.I. Flatlands. Verplanck House.

8094.01-104:p.7 Isham. Early American Houses. Interior. Floor plan.

New York. L.I. Huntington. Whitman House.

8094.01-102R:opp.p.352 Lathrop. ` Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

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New York. L.I. Laurel. House,

White Pine Series (B102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:7 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Laurel. House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1922; vol.VIII,no.6:3 Exterior. Fence and gateway.

New York. L.I. Locust Valley. Stewart House. Alfred Hopkins, arch.

White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1915; voleI,no.5:15 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Locust Valley. Stewart House. Alfred Hopkins, arch.

White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915;5 vol.I,no.3:16 Exterior. Side view.

New York. L.I. Millers Place. Miller House. 1700,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1921; vol.VII,no.2:8 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. Orient. House.

Write Pine Series(8102.58)April 1919; voleV,no.2:4 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Orient. Webb House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)1924;vol.X, no.2:6 Exterior. Cornice.

New York. L.I. Patchogue. House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:7 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Patchogue. Roe House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:5 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Southampton. Mackay House. 1700.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:12 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Watermill. Halsey, (Anna) House.

White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:8 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Watermill. Halsey, (Anna) House,

White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:11 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. Watermill. Halsey, (Anna) House,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1921; vol.VII,no.2:5 Exterior. Doorway.

New York. L.I. Watermill. Halsey, (Thomas) House. c.1800.

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:12 Exterior.

New York. L.I. Watermill. White House. 1849,

White Pine Series (8102.58)April 1919; vol.V,no.2:15 Exterior.

New York. Ludlowville. Miller House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1918; vol.IV,no.5;7 Exterior.

New York. Ludlowville. Miller House.

White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1°18; vol.IV,no.5:2 Exterior. Doorway.

U.S. ARCHITECTURE. NEW YORK. MILLBROOK. GARDENS. INNISFREE

Connoisseur April 1991 p.132-135

New York. Mount Lebanon. Shaker Community. Great Stone Barn.

Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)July 1954; vol.XXV,no.1:17 Exterior.

New York. Mount Lebanon. Shaker Community. Meetinghouse. 1824.

Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)July 1924; vol.XXV,no.l:11 Exterior.

New York. Mount Lebanon. Shaker Community. Meetinghouse. 1824.

Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)July 19343 vol.XXV,no.1:15 Exterior. Mounting platform.

New York. Mount Lebanon. Shaker Community. Meetinghouse. 1824.

Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)July 1924; vol.XXV,no.1:13 Interior. Upper story.

New York. New Paltz. Revier House. c.1697,

8094.01-102R:opp.p.352 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. New Paltz. Du Bois House. 1735.

8094.01-102Rsopp.p.355 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. New Paltz. Hasbrouck House. 1719.

8094.01-102R:0pp.p.355 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

Memorial House, New Paltz, N.Y., 1712.

8094.01-102R:0pp.p.357 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

New York. New Paltz. Memorial House. 1712.

8094.01-102R:0pp.p.357 Lathrop. Historic houses of early America. Exterior.

U.S. Architecture. New York. New York. Address. Javits, Jacob Plaza

Landscape architect, Martha Schwartz design honor

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Nov 1997 p.54 SB469.L3

New York City Buildings.A-Z. Bronx Developmental Center.

When A Pretty Face Is Not Enough

Ref: New York, Jan. 18, 1982 Arch» Katz, Waisman, Weber & als,

Unmounted Boston File (General - Styles, movements)

U.S. Architecture. New York. New York. Buildings A-Z Fuller Building

Fuller Building, corner Madison Avenue and 57th Street sold for a price reportedly just under $130 million” Art Deco building home to art dealers

Built 1929 by Waller and Jillette for the Fuller Brush Co.

Purchased by Starwood Capital Group

ART & AUCTION May 15, 1999 pp.18,20 small color photo N8602.A83

U.S. Architecture. New York. New York. Buildings A-Z. Nike Town

The urban mall, Nike Town New York City (NT NYC) opened on 1 November 1996. It occupies the building that used to house the "upscale retail store" Bonwit Teller. There are no architects "credited for the building--rather it is 'designed' by Gordon Thompson III and John R.

Hoke III." Hoke used to work for Michael Graves. Article in the March/Arpil 1997 issue of Flash Art, pp. 90-93 includes illustrations.

U.S. Architecture. New York. New Yor. Buildings A-Z. One Times Square

"Frank 0. Gehry & Associates' renovation of One Times Square into a Warner Brothers superstore promises to

make Times Square sexy again."

The 22-story building is currently vacant. Gehry's plan was unveiléd last month (April). There are no concrete

guarantees that the project will be built. Ref: Architecture, May 1997, p. 49.

4092.208

NY. NY. Buildings A-Z. Rockefellar Center

iir di een: Raymond Hood and Fouilhoux, Godley; Reinhard & Hofmeister, Corbett, Harrison & MacMurray.

Landscape architect: Ralph Hancock.

Concept architects incl.: Joseph Urban, Benj. W. Morris

RCA Building: 70 stories, 852' high, overall 327x103 ft Center area: originally 5 million sq. feet, now 15 million sq. feet.

REF: Randall, John D., TREASURES OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AND THEIR ARCHITECTS. facts, photos, bibliog.

U.S. Architecture. New York. New York. Inns, restaurants, taverns. Balthazar

Keith McNally worked with his friend, Claudia Beckman and contractor Ian Mc Pheeley to design McNally's version

of the classic French brasserie in Lower Manhattan.

The cafe's interior resembles "the Parisian working-class bars photographed by Brassai in the 1930s..." See the article in the August 1997 issue of House Beautiful,

pp. 54-55. Color illustrations included.

NA7100.H65

U.S. Architecture. New York. New York. Museums. Museum of Modern Art. Expansion

"Toward the New Museum of Modern Art: Sketchbooks by

10 Architects" is an exhibit at the MoMA through 8

July displaying the competition drawings from the

architects who were selected to design the Museum's

expansion. The three finalists are: Jacques Herzog and

Pierre De Meuron of Switzerland; Yoshio Taniguchi of

Tokyo; "and Bernard Tschumi of NYC. The show also exhibits the entries of France's Dominique Perrault; Japan's

Toyo Ito; Holland's Rem Koolhaas and Wiel Arets; and

New York's Steven Holl, Rafael Vinoly, and Tod Williams

and Billie Tsien. See the article in thb May 1997 issue

of Architecture, pp. 46-47. Illustrations included.

4092.208

U.S. ARCHITECTURE. NEW YORK, NYC. GENERAL

Art News Oct. 1992 p.17

"Lower Manhattan Sign Project: unusual new public art project. 36 signs commemorating now forgotten events such as... the Great Negro Plot of 1714, etc."

NY. NY. AT+T Buts,

auch, Johnson [Burgee See. Arch. Review | &-54 us, ponts

NA. 67

DIGe Architecture. New York. New York.

New York Crystal Palace

Built in 1853 to house America's first world fair. Destroyed by fire 5 years later.

Architects: Georg Carstensen and Charles Gildemeister.

REF: "The New York Crystal Palace: America's Progress, Power, and Possi- bilities," in NINETEENTH CENTURY, v. 15/1 (1995).

U.S. Architecture. New York, NY. Bldgs. A-Z. NEW YORK TIMES BUILDING.

Arch.: Eidlitz & MacKenzie. Annex: Ludlow and Peabody.

"The New York Times Building." METROPOLIS, Sept. 1992:21-25. Illus.

New York, Nes Vick. KA. access. Times +

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U.S. Architecture. New York, New York ed Buildings A-Z.. Lever House

Designed by Skidmore , Owings & Merrill. "Lever House provided the basis for a generation of curtain walls across the country..."

Ref.: ARCHITECTURE (Nov. 1990) page 109 (ill.)

Ree fete, Nes i aii in Ax. TES za “Boe store.

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South Siree+ Seaport Master plan by Benjamin Thompson ana Associates .

See’. Arch tedtural Børard, Jan. TEM

US. New York. New York. Buildings A-Z. World Trade Center.

REF: ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, July 1966, pp. 154-55. Refers to building as 110 story building. Owned by NY Port Authority.

US. New York. New York. Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine.

Begun in 1892 by Heins and LaFarge (in Byzantine Romanesque style).

Converted to more refined French Gothic style by Ralph Adams Cram who directed project 1911-1942.

Designs being followed for its completion follow Cram's version (produced in 1932).

Carving work being continued by Cathedral Stone- works .

REF: "Stepping STones," HISTORIC PRESERVATION, Sept./October 1992.

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0.5 NY. NY. St. Bartholomews's Church.

"Judgment Day: the Decade-Long Controversy over the Development Plans of St. Bartholomew's Church Ends in Victory for Preservationists," HISTORIC PRESERVATION, Sept./October 1991, pp. 57-60+.

U.S. ARCHITECTURE. NEW YORK, NEW YORK. A-Z NEW YORK RESOURCE CENTER

Proposed plan to create The Resource Center

from the landmark B. Altman's which has been vacant since Altman's closed a year and a half ago. More details in Interior Design Sepf. 1991 p.38

Architect: Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associatesså Emery Roth & Sons