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ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE
CATALOGUE

1887
GILLISS BROTHERS & TURNURE,
ART AGE PRESS,
♦00WEST HTH STREET.
CATALOGUE
OF THE THIRD AN
NUAL EXHIBI
TION OF
THE

ARCHITECTURAL
LEAGUE
OF NEW YORK
AT THE

FIFTH AVENUE ART GALLERIES


FROM MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1887,

TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1888

MDCCCLXXXVII
CTf&sripGHT, 1887, by Charles I. Berg
SECRETARY! ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE

Notk.— The Secretary may be addressed at


10West 23d Street, New York.
OFFICERS
OF THE

RCHITECTURAL LEAGUE

PRESIDENT
John Du Fais

VICE-PRESIDENT
Bruce Price

SECRETARY
Charles I. Berg

TREASURER
John Gellatly

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
John Du Fais
Bruce Price

Charles I. Berg
Edward H. Clark
Frederick Crowninshield
John Gellatly
William C. Hazlett
John P. Riley
John Beverley Robinson
Arthur B. Turnure
Frank A. Wright
OMMITTEES FOR THE ^XHIBITION

JURY
Richard M. Hunt
Edward H. Kendall,
Clarence S. Luce
Charles McKim
Russell Sturgis

HANGING COMMITTEE
John Du Fais
Bruce Price
Prentice Treadwell
John Beverley Robinson
Frank A. Wright

MEDAL COMMITTEE
Charles I. Berg
John Du Fais
William Convers Hazlett

LOAN EXHIBITION COMMITTEE


Henry O. Avery
Frederic Crowninshield
John Gellatly

CATALOGUE COMMITTEE
William Convers Hazlett
John P. Riley
Arthur B. Turnure

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List of Illustrations

CHARLES I. BERG, Architect.


1. Log Cabin. Page 20.

BURNHAM & ROOT, ARCHITECT.


2. Entrance. Page 29.

A. W. BRUNNER, ARCHITECT.
3. Sketch. Page 7.

BRUNNER & TRYON, Architects.


4. Interior Page 16.
5. Sketch for Country Residence. Page 17.

CARRKRE & HASTINGS, Architect.


6. Tower Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Fla. Page 2.

J. H. DUNCAN, Architect.
7. Row of New York Houses. Page 8.

WILSON EYRE, Jr., ARCHITECT.


8. House at Camp Hill, Penn. Page 5.
9. House at Camp Hill, Penn. Page 4.

WILLIAM CONVERS HAZLETT, ARCHITECT.


10. Country Residence. Page 21.
1 1. Country House in the Great Smoky Mountains. Page 28.

H. P. KIRBY, ARCHITECT.
12. Sketch for a Town Hall. Page 6.

CLARENCE S. LUCE, ARCHITECT.


13. Country House. Page 27.

E. L. MASQUERAY, ARCHITECT.
14. Rouen, France. Page 3.

S. W. MEADE, Architect.
15. Venice. Page 9.

CHARLES T. MOTT, ARCHITECT.


16. Country Club House. Page 25.
17. Country House. Page 26.

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JOSEPH PENNELL, ARCHITECT.
18. The Central (" Bell Harry") Tower, from the Dark Entry in the
Close, Canterbury Cathedral. Page 22.
19. The Bishop's Throne, Durham Cathedral. Page 23.
20. Peterborough Cathedral, from the Market Place. Page 24.

ARTHUR D. PICKERING, ARCHITECT.


31. Country Hotel. Page 30.

BRUCE PRICE, Architect.


22. Residence at Newport. Page I.

CHARLES A. RICH, ARCHITECT.


23. Grille. Page 18.
24. French Manoir. Page 19.

ROSSITER & WRIGHT, ARCHITECTS.


25. Residence. Page 14.
26. Residence. Page 15.

JOHN CALVIN STEVENS, ARCHITECT.


27. Country House. Page 11.
з8. Tower. Page 12.
29. Country Residence. Page 13.

HOWARD WALKER, ARCHITECT.


30. Church. Page 32.

FRANK E. WALLIS, ARCHITECT.


31. Colonial Mantel. Page 10.
32. Old Boston Library. Page Ji.

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Qatalogue of Exhibits

ENGLISH CATHEDRALS. Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Exhibited


by the Century Company, 33 East 17th street.
CANTERBURY.
1 Canterbury from the Green Court in the Close.
2 The Bell Harry Tower from the Northeast.

3 Canterbury from the River Stour.


ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH, LONDON.
4 Tablets to Benefactors.
5 The Founder's Tomb.
PETERBORO.
6 The Outlines of Peterboro.
7 Cathedral from the Bishop's Garden.
8 Nave and Tower, North side, 1885.

9 Pulpit and Reading Desk.


ELY.
10 Cathedral and Spire of St. Mary's Church from South
west.
11 Ely from the Park.
DURHAM,
12 West front of Durham.
12 Flambard's work in the Nave.

14 Durham from the Southeast.


15 The Bishop's Throne, Durham.
16 West end of Nave from South Aisle.
17 Across the Nave and the Transept.
18 The Galilee Chapel.
LICHFIELD.
19 Monuments built in the wall.
20 Lichfield Spires from the Munster Pool.
21 West Door.
22 Lichfield from Southeast.
LINCOLN.
23 Angel Choir and Screen.
24 Choir and Organ looking West.
25 Lincoln from the Southeast.
26 Lincoln from the High Street.
27 Great Screen, Lincoln.
28 East End.
29 Lincoln from the Pool.
SALISBURY.
30 General View of Salisbury Cathedral.
31 Spire of Salisbury looking over the town.
WINCHESTER.
32 Screen.

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33 ORIENTAL INTERIOR. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d
street and Madison Avenue.
34 HOUSE AT TUXEDO FOR PIERRE LORILLARD.
James Brown Lord, Architect, 121 East 23d street. Drawn
by Henry Neu.
34A. HOUSE FOR WM. J. MERRITT & CO. Charles T. Mott,
Architect, Broadway.
111

35 COUNTY HOUSE. Tilton & Speir, Architects, 149 Broadway.


Drawn by E. R. Tilton.
36 A NORMAN WATER WHEEL. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany,
72d street and Madison Avenue.
37 IN A COURT OF THE ALHAMBRA. Drawn by Louis C.
Tiffany, 72d street and Madison Avenue.
38 AN ENTRANCE. Burnham & Root, Architects, Chicago, Ill.
39 ALTERATIONS OF EDW. WINSLOW'S HOUSE. James
Brown Lord, Architect, 121 East 23d street. Drawn by T.
Rockwood Cutler.
40 A CHURCH IN NORMANDY. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany,
72d street and Madison Avenue.
41 METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. Weston & Tucker-
man, Architects, 31 Broad street. Drawn by Arthur L.
Tuckerman.
42 ROUEN, ANCIEN PALAIS DE LA COUR DES AIDES.
Drawn by E. Masqueray, 3 Bowling Green.
43 BETHESDA CHURCH, SARATOGA SPRINGS. A. Page
Brown, Architect, 57 Broadway.
44 FRANCIS H. SLADE'S RESIDENCE. H. M. Congdon, Archi
tect, in Broadway. Drawn by H. M. Congdon.
45 COUNTRY HOUSE. Bassett Jones, Architect, 45 Broadway.
Drawn by Bassett Jones.
46 HOUSE FOR T. W. WHITE AT RIDGEWOOD, N.J. William
Convers Hazlett, Architect, 151 Broadway. Drawn by
William Convers Hazlett.
47 HOUSE OF WILLIAM D. SLOAN, LENOX, MASS. Pea-
body & Stearns, Architects, 60 Devonshire street, Boston.
Drawn by Henry Neu. Exhibited by Engineering and Build
ing Record.
48 CHURCH. Heins & LaFarge, Architects, 7 Beekman street.
49 MANTELS FOR THE UNIVERSITY CLUB, PHILADEL
PHIA. PENN. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 506 Walnut
street, Philadelphia. Drawn by Wilson Eyre, Jr.
50 MANOIR BURES LONDONIERES. Drawn by J. A. Schwein
furth, 60 Devonshire street, Boston.
51 STUDY FOR A COUNTRY CHURCH. Ernest R. Tilton,
Architect, 149 Broadway. Drawn by Ernest R. Tilton.
52 HOUSE ON ST ATEN ISLAND. Bassett Jones, Architect, 45
Broadway. Drawn by Bassett Jones.
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53 A VENETIAN PALACE. Drawn by E. R. Sperry, 80 East
Washington Square.
54 COUNTRY HOUSE.
Arthur D. Pickering, Architect, 237
Broadway, N. Y. Drawn by John H. Duncan.
55 STUDIES FOR COLORED GLASS. Designed and drawn by
H. Edgar Hartwell, 9 West Twenty-second street.
56 WADERHOUSE ESSLINGEN. Drawn by Julius Beekmann,
Hoboken, N. J.
57 THE DUOMO IN FLORENCE. Drawn by John P. Riley,
1 54 Fifth Avenue.
58 STUDY FOR A TOWER. By John Calvin Stevens, Architect,
Portland, Maine.
Drawn by John Calvin Stevens.
59 GARDEN HOUSE. By Edgar L. Wakeman, 333 2d Avenue.
Drawn by Edgar L. Wakeman.
60 THE ALHAMBRA. Drawn by C. A. Rich, 265 Broadway.
61 CHATEAU D'AMBOISE. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d
street and Madison Avenue.
62 DANBURY NATIONAL BANK. By Warren R. Briggs,
Architect, Bridgeport, Conn. Drawn by Warren R.
Briggs.
63 HOUSE FOR C. F. WASHBURN, AT WORCESTER,
MASS. By Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 149 Broadway.
Drawn by Frank A. Wright.
64 COTTAGE IN THE CATSKILLS. Charles T. Mott, Archi
tect. 111 Broadway. Drawn by Charles T. Mott.
65 THE FIRST ELEVATED RING, RIDING ACADEMY,
N. Y. By Geo. Martin Huss, Architect, 1285 Broadway.
Drawn by Clarence S. Luce.
66 STUDY FOR CHURCH, WILKES BARRE, PA. By Bruce
Price, Architect, 74 West 23d street. Drawn by Hughson
Hawley.
67 SPANISH TOWN. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d street and
Madison avenue.
68 OLD COLONIAL HOUSES IN BOSTON. Drawn by Frank E.
Wallis, The Alpine.
69 COTTAGE FOR DR. W. J. BRANIOUE, LARCHMONT.
Little & O'Conner, Architects, Larchmont, N. Y.
70 HOUSE IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS OF TEN
NESSEE. Wm. Convers Hazlett, 151 Broadway. Drawn
by Wm. Convers Hazlett.
71 LOG CABIN FOR BLOOMING GROVE ASSOCIATION.
Berg & Clark, Architects, 10 West 23d street. Drawn by
Chas. I. Berg.
72 CHATEAU OF AZEY-LE-REDEAU. Drawn by J. K.
Schweinfurth, 169 Madison Avenue.
73 THE APSE, SHOWING WALK BEHIND ALTAR (ST.
BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH), LONDON. Drawn by
Joseph Pennell. Exhibited by the Century Company, 33
East 17th street.
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74 SPIRE AT NORVILLE, FRANCE. Drawn by W. M.
Kendall, 51 Broadway.
75 UNIVERSITY CLUB, PHILADELPHIA. Wilson Eyre, Jr.,
Architect, 506 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Drawn by Wil
son Eyre, Jr.
76 STUDY FOR A MUSIC HALL. A. D. F. Hamlin. Columbia
College.
77 APSE OF MURANO. Drawn by Frank E. Wallis. The
Alpine.
78 MONT ST. MICHAEL. Drawn by Frank E. Wallis. The
Alpine.
79 ENTABLATURE OF TEMPLE OF THE SUN, ROME.
Drawn by Reinhardt Dempwolf. York, Penna.
80 COTTAGE ON LONG ISLAND. Babb, Cook & Willard,
Architects, 55 Broadway.
81 MONTREAL BUILDING N. Y. LIFE INS. CO. Babb, Cook
& Willard, Architects, 55 Broadway. Drawn by George
Fletcher Babb.
82 TURKISH ORNAMENTAL DETAILS. Drawn by Francis
H. Bacon, 96 Washington street, Boston.

83 THE MANUFACTURERS' CLUB, PHILADELPHIA. Wil


son Eyre, Jr., Architect, 506 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Drawn by Wilson Eyre, Jr.
84 HOUSE IN GERMANTOWN. Babb, Cook & Willard,
Architects, Broadway.
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85 MORTUARY CHAPEL. H. O. Avery, Architect, 368 Fifth


Avenue. Drawn by H. O. Avery.
86 RESIDENCE OF T. B. BURNHAM, TUXEDO, N. Y.
Bruce Price, Architect, 74 West 23d street. Drawn by Bruce.
Price.
87 CHANCEL. Drawn by Chas. R. Lamb, 59 Carmine street.
88 VENETIAN PALACE. Drawn by S. W. Meade, 60 Devon
shire street, Boston.
89 HOUSE AT DELANO PARK. John Calvin Stevens,
Architect,
Portland, Maine.
90 BREEZYSIDE BY THE SEA. Geo. Martin Huss, Architect,
1285 Broadway. Drawn by Clarence S. Luce.
91 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth, 60
Devonshire street, Boston.
92 SPANISH
TOWN, Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany. 72d street and
Madison Avenue.
93 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed and drawn by
Edward P. Sperry, 80 East Washington Square.
94 HOUSE FOR COL. H. W. BANKS, ENGLEWOOD, N. J.
Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 149 Broadway, New York
City. Drawn by Frank A. Wright.
95 ASSIZE COURTS FOR A COUNTRY TOWN. Hubert
Westell,
Architect.
if.
96 GATEWAY. Drawn by Geo. F. Newton. 7 Hamilton Place,
Boston.
97 DESIGN FOR TOWER OF ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, GER-
MANTOWN, PA. H. M. Congdon, Architect, 1 1 1 Broadway.
98 READING ROOM MISSOURI SAFE DEPOSIT CO., ST.
LOUIS. Thayer & Robinson, Architects, 67 Liberty Street.
Drawn by John Beverley Robinson.
99 RESIDENCEOF MRS. C. J. McGOURKEY, NO. 6 E. 69TH
STREET, NEW YORK. J. H. Duncan, Architect, 237
Broadway. Drawn by Clarence S. Luce ; $150.
100 CHURCH OF SAINT MICHEL D' AIGUILHE, FRANCE,
Drawn by W. M. Kendall, 57 Broadway.
101 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, COLORADO SPRINGS,
COL. By Henry Rutgers Marshall, Architect, 74 Wall street.
Drawn by Henry Rutgers Marshall.
102 DESIGN FOR A COTTAGE AT GLEN SUMMIT, PA,
Alfred H. Thorp, Architect, 31 Union Square, West. Drawn
by Alfred H. Thorp.
103 ITALIAN HOUSES, Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d street
and Madison Avenue.
104 STUDY FOR STAINED GLASS. Drawn by Frank E. Wallis,
The Alpine.
105 THE ROMAN FORUM IN THE THIRD CENTURY.
Drawn by A. W. Colgate.
106 HALL INTERIOR. By Cass Gilbert, Architect, St Paul, Minn.
Drawn by Cass Gilbert.
107 CARNEGIE LIBRARY, ALLEGHANY CITY, PA. John
Lyman Faxon, Architect. Drawn by E. Elden Deane.
108 BRETON SHOP-FRONT. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72c!
street and Madison Avenue.
109 INTERIOR AT ST. PAUL, MINN. Gilbert & Taylor,
Architects, St. Paul. Drawn by Cass Gilbert,
11o SAN ONOFRIO. Drawn by L. B. Riley, 16 Highland Park
Avenue.
III CITY HALL AT BREIG, GERMANY. Drawn by Julius
Beekman, Hoboken, N. J.
112 CLUB HOUSE.C. T. Mott, Architect, 11 1 Broadway. Drawn
T. Mott.
by Charles
113 DURHAM CATHEDRAL FROM NORTHWEST. Drawn by
Joseph Pennell. Exhibited by the Century Company, 33
East 17th street.
114 TOWER AND GALILEE PORCH, LINCOLN CATHE
DRAL. Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Exhibited by the Cen
tury Company, 33 East 17th street.
115 STONE-ACRE. NEWPORT, R. I. Bruce Price, Architect,
74 West 23d street. Drawn by E. O. Langerfeldt.
116 BRETON SHOP. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d street and
Madison Avenue.
117 STUDY FOR CHURCH, ST. PAUL, MINN. Gilbert &
Taylor, Architects, 39 Gilfillan Block, St. Paul. Drawn by
Cass Gilbert.
1 18 THE ARCH OF DRUSUS, ROME. Drawn by C. B. Riley, 16
Highland Park Avenue, Boston.
119 GATEWAY AUGSBURG, GERMANY. Drawn by Julius
Beekman, Hoboken, N. J.
120 AN ARRANGEMENT OF PERSIAN ARMOR. By H.
Edgar Hartwell. 19 West 22d street.

121 ORANGE HEIGHTS HOTEL, ORANGE MOUNTAIN, N.


J. Arthur D. Pickering, Architect, 237 Broadway. Drawn
by William Convers Hazlett.
122 THE BOULDERS. By Geo. Martin Huss, Architect, 1285
Broadway. Drawn by Clarence S. Luce.
123 CAMPANILES OF THE CATHEDRAL, AND THE PAL
AZZO PUBLICO. SIENNA. Drawn by A. D. F. Hamlin,
Columbia College.
124 STUDY FOR COUNTRY SEAT AND COTTAGE. Gilbert
& Taylor, Architects, 39 Gilfillan Block, St. Paul. Drawn
by Cass Gilbert.

125 PORCH OF THE MOSQUE OF SULEIMAN. Drawn by


Wm.
J. Wallace, 10 West 23d street.
126 TYLER COTTAGE AT. PELHAM MANOR. Wilbur S.
Knowles, Architect, 189 Drawn by E.M.Welch.
Broadway.
127 CAEN'S LION. Drawn by Thos. Tryon, 31 Union Square.
128 LOUIS XV. ROOM. Prentice Treadwell, Architect, 74
West 23d street. Drawn by Prentice Treadwell,
129 COUNTRY HOUSE (COL. BARBOUR), WASHINGTON,
CONN. Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 149 Broadway.
Drawn by E. K. Rossiter.
130 TWO HOUSES ON WEST END AVENUE, NEW YORK
CITY. Berg & Clark, Architects, 10 West 23d street.
Drawn by Charles 1. Berg.
131 DINING-ROOM (RESIDENCE MRS. ALFRED DE CAS
TRO). Jno. H. Duncan, Architect. 237 Broadway. Drawn
by Prentice Treadwell.
132 IN ST. MARKS, VENICE. Drawn by Alfred D. F. Hamlin.
Columbia College.
133 INTERIOR ST. ETIENNE DU MONT. Drawn by H. B.
Warren, 84 Fulton street. Lent by Engineering and Build
ing Record, 82 Fulton street.
134 MANTEL OF DINING HALL FOR MRS. C. J. McGOUR-
KEY. John H. Duncan, Architect, 237 Broadway. Drawn
by John H. Duncan.
135 COTTAGE AT JAMESTOWN. Clarence S. Luce, Architect,
74 West 23d street. Drawn by Clarence S. Luce.
136 CHURCH AT LEHON, FRANCE. Drawn by W. M. Ken
dall. 57 Broadway.
137 HOUSE AT DELANO PARK. John Calvin Stevens, Archi
tect, Portland, Maine.Drawn by John Calvin Stevens.
138 COTTAGE. J. D. Hunter, Jr., Architect, 57 Broadway. Drawn
by J. D. Hunter, Jr.
139 MRS.' ALFRED DE CASTRO'S SALON. John H. Duncan,
Architect, 237 Broadway. Drawn by Prentice Treadwell
Exhibited by Prentice Tieadwell.
140 VIEW IN SIENA. Drawn by W. M. Kendall, 57 Broadway.
141 PHOTOGRAPH OF THE FACADE OF THE PAVILLON
DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE PALAIS DU LOUVRE,
PARIS. Exhibited by Richard M. Hunt.
142 A STATION IN AN OASIS OF THE DESERT, ALGE
RIA. PROJET D'ECOLE. FRONT ELEVATION.
R. M. Hunt, Architect, 2 North Washington Square. Drawn
by R. M. Hunt.
143 ORIGINAL STUDY FOR DETAIL OF THE " PREMIER"
OF THE PAVILLON DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE,
PALAIS DU LOUVRE, PARIS. Drawn by Richard
M. Hunt, 2 North Washington Square.
144 FULL SIZE DETAIL OF A BALUSTRADE OF PORCH OF
THE PAVILLON DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE, PALAIS
DU LOUVRE. PARIS. Drawn by Richard M. Hunt, 2
North Washington Square.
145 ORIGINAL STUDY FOR PAVILLON DE LA BIBLIO
THEQUE, PALAIS DU LOUVRE, PARIS. Drawn by
Richard M. Hunt. 2 Washington Square.
146 ORIGINAL STUDY FOR DORMER WINDOW NEXT TO
PAVILLON DE LA BIBLIOTHEOUE. PALAIS DU
LOUVRE, PARIS. Drawn by Richard M. Hunt, 2 North
Washington Square.
147 A STATION IN AN OASIS OF THE DESERT OF
ALGERIA. PROJET D'ECOLE. SECTION -. Richard
M. Hunt, Architect, 2 North Washington Square. Drawn
by Richard M. Hunt.
148 ORIGINAL STUDY FOR DETAIL OF VIS-DE-DANSEE
OF THE PAVILLON DE LA BIBLIOTHEQUE,
PALAIS DU LOUVRE, PARIS. Drawn by Richard
M. Hunt, 2 North Washington Square.
148 MISSION NEAR TUCSON, ARIZONA. Drawn by Margaret
Landers, 58 West street; $25.
57th
150 WATER COLOR SKETCH. Drawn by C. Edwards, Pater-
son, N. J.
151 WINDOW IN GREAT HALL T.W. SHARON, SAN MATEO,
COL. Bruce Price. Architect, 74 West 23d street. Drawn
by Prentice Treadwell. Exhibited by Prentice Treadwell.
152 ST. NICHOLAS' CHURCH, GHENT. Drawn by Arnold W.
Brunner, 31 Union Square.
153 HOUSE FOR CASPER FICHTELER. Geo. Martin Huss,
Architect, 1285 Broadway. Drawn by Clarence S. Luce.

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154 BURGOS. Drawn by Charles A. Rich, 265 Broadway.
155 SKETCHES FOR SCREEN. Clarence S. Luce, Architect 74
West 23d street. Drawn by Clarence S. Luce.
156 BOOTH AM BAR, YORK. Drawn by A. W. Brunner, 31
Union Square.
157 SKETCH FOR COTTAGE. C. A. Gifford, Architect,
Newark, N. J.Drawn by Philip H. Ward.
158 FIREPLACE AND GALLERY. The Tiffany Glass Co.,
Architects, 333 4th Avenue. Drawn by John Du Fais. Ex
hibited by The Tiffany Glass Company.
159 VITRE. Drawn by A. W. Brunner, 31 Union Square.
160 AQUARELLE OF ST. CLEMENTS AT ROME. Drawn by
M. Thibault. Exhibited by Richard M. Hunt, 2 North
Washington Square.
161 STUDY FOR A CHURCH IN ST. PAUL, MINN. Gil
bert & Taylor, Architects, 30 Gilfillan block, St. Paul.
Drawn by Cass Gilbert.
162 DR. F. S. HOWARD'S SALON. John H. Duncan, Archi
tect, 237 Broadway. Drawn by Prentice Treadwell. Exhib
ited by Prentice Treadwell.
163 VENICE. Drawn by John P.Riley, 154 5th Avenue.
164 HOUSE FRONT AT CHESTER. Drawn by J. M. W.
Turner. Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
165 SKETCH OF OLD HALL IN WORCESTERSHIRE. Drawn
by John Ruskin. Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
166 SKETCH OF HOUSE AT CHESTER. Drawn by J. M. W.
Turner. Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
167 EDINBURGH— VIEW FROM FOOT OF CARLTON HILL
BEHIND LADY GLENOOCHVS CHAPEL. Drawn by
J. M. W. Turner. Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
168 DETAIL OF CHURCH AT CAEN. Drawn by John Ruskin-
Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
169 ROMANESQUE CHURCH WINDOW. Exhibited by H.
Edgar Hartwell, 19 West 22d street.

170 WATER COLOR SKETCH OF PART OF NORTHWEST


ERN PORCH, ST. MARK S, VENICE. Drawn by John
Ruskin. Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
171 DETAIL OF ST. LO CATHEDRAL. Drawn by John Rus
kin. Exhibited by Charles Eliot Norton.
172 ROME. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth, 60 Devonshire street.
Boston.
173 MEMORIAL TO CRISPUS ATTICUS AND OTHERS,
Julius A. Schweinfurth, Architect, 60 Devonshire street,
Boston. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth.
174 SKETCH OF STABLE. C. Edwards, Architect, Paterson,
N. J. Drawn by C. Edwards.
175 LEADED GLASS MOSAIC. Drawn by H. Edgar Hartwell,
19 West 22d street.

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176 SKETCH FOR COUNTRY HOUSE. C. Edwards, Architect,
Paterson, NJ. Drawn by C. Edwards.
177 NAVE TOWER OF FIRST TRANSEPT, CANTERBURY
CATHEDRAL. Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Exhibited by
The Century Company, 33 East 17th street.
178 ALCAZAR. SEVILLE. Drawn by Charles A. Rich, 265
Broadway.
179 ON THE TIBER, ROME. Drawn by John P. Riley, 154 Fifth
Avenue.
180 PROPOSED GYMNASIUM FOR COLUMBIA COLLEGE,
NEW YORK. Little & O'Connor, Architects, 10 West 23d
street, City, Drawn by Alvin C. Nve.
181 CHARTRES CATHEDRAL. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth,
60 Devonshire street, Boston.
182 PARLOR IN HOUSE AT SANDUSKY, OHIO. Brunner &
Tryon, Architects, 39 Union Square. Drawn by A. W.
Brunner.
183 STAIRCASE OF VILLA DESTA, TIVOLI. Drawn by John
P. Riley, 154 Fifth Avenue.
184 PROPOSED NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE CITY
OF CAMBRIDGE. McKim, Mead & White, Archi
tects, 57 Broadway, New York City. Drawn by C. F.
McKim.
185 INTERIOR -HOUSE ON LONG ISLAND. Babb, Cook &
Willard, Architects, 55 Broadway.
186 SUMMER COTTAGE. Wilbur S. Knowles, Architect, 189
Broadway.
187 STAIRCASE WINDOW T. M. TURNER.
FOR Drawn
by H. Edgar Hartwell, West 22d street.
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188 HOUSE. Ernest R. Tilton, Architect, 149 Broadway. Drawn
by Ernest R. Tilton.
189 CITY AND COUNTRY HOUSE. Charles A. Gifford, Archi
tect, Newark, N. J. Drawn by Charles Gifford.
190 A COUNTRY HOUSE. Henry S. Ihnen, Architect, 47 Broad
way, New York City. Drawn by Henry S. Ihnen.
191 WATER COLOR SKETCH IN MEXICO. Drawn by Charles
I. Berg, 10West 23d street.
192 COUNTRY HOUSE, R. S. Stephenson, Architect, Temple
Court. Drawn by R. S. Stephenson.
193 SKETCHES FROM SAN GREGORIO, VALLADOLID.
Drawn by C. A. Rich, 265 Broadway.
194 OLD FRENCH FARM HOUSE. Drawn by C. A. Rich, 265
Broadway.
195 COUNTRY HOUSE AT MAMARONECK. McKim, Mead
& White, Architects, 57 Broadway.
196 INTERIOR OF AMPHITHEATRE, MADISON SQUARE
GARDEN. McKim, Mead & White, Architects, 57 Broad
way. Drawn by F. L. V. Hoppin.
197 NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.'S. BUILDING, KANSAS CITY.
McKim, Mead & White, Architects, 57 Broadway, New York
City. Drawn by Harry Fenn.
198 COMPETITIVE DESIGN NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE
CO. BUILDING, KANSAS CITY. Babb, Cook & Willard,
Architects, 55 Broadway.
199 HOUSE AT FLUSHING, L. I. William A. Bates, Architect,
149 Broadway.Drawn by William A. Bates.
200 GRILLES DE L'ÉGLISE, ST. OUEN. Drawn by E. J.
Meeker. Exhibited by the Engineering and Building
Record, 82 Fulton street.
201 SEVILLA CASA DE PILATO. Drawn by Chas. A. Rich,
265 Broadway.
202 ANCIENT PALACE OF THE COUR DES AIDES,
ROUEN. Drawn by C. Masquetay, 3 Bowling Green. Price
$500.
203 AN OLD COLONIAL PARLOR. Keister & Wallis, Archi
tects, The Alpine. Drawn by Frank E. Wallis.
204 MADISON SQUARE GARDEN IMPROVEMENT.
McKim, Mead & White, Architects. 57 Broadway, New
York City. Drawn by F. L. V. Hoppin.
205 PUBLIC BUILDING. Pelz & Griebal, Architects, 67 West
23d street. Drawn P. J. Pelz.
206 RESIDENCE OF ALEXANDER GILBERT, PLAIN-
FIELD, N. J. Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 149
Broadway. Drawn by Ehrick K. Rossiter.
207 COUNTRY HOUSE. WASHINGTON, CONN Rossiter
& Wright, Architects, 149 Broadway, New York City.
Drawn by Ehrick K. Rossiter.
208 DURHAM CATHEDRAL. Drawn by Arnold W. Brunner, 39
Union Square.
209 COUNTRY HOUSE. E. A. Sargent, Architect, 55 Broadway.
Drawn by E. A. Sargent.
210 NORMAN STAIRCASE CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL.
Drawn by Harry E. Donnell, 341 West 56th street.
21 1 AVILA. Drawn by Charles A. Rich, 265 Broadway.
212 CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD STATION, PROJECT
" B." By Bruce Price, Architect, West street.
74 23d
Drawn by Henry Neu.
213 HOUSES FOR C. T. BARNEY. James Brown Lord,
Architect, 121 East 23d street. Drawn by Henry Neu.
214 FURNISHING DEVICES. Drawn by Chas. I. Berg, 10 West
23d street. Exhibited by The Art Age, 74 West 23d street.
215 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILROAD STATION. MON
TREAL, PROJECT "A." Bruce Price, Architect. 74
West 23d street, City. Drawn by Henry Neu. City.
216 HOUSE AT PASSAIC, N. J. Thayer & Robinson, Architects,
67 Liberty street. Drawn by John Beverley Robinson.
217 THE GREAT HALL, F. W. SHARON, SAN MATTEO, CAL.
Bruce Price, Architect, 74 West 23d street. Drawn by
Prentice Treadwell.
218 ART MUSEUM, PRINCETON COLLEGE. A. Page Brown,
Architect, 57 Broadway. Drawn by A. Page Brown.
219 FIVE HOUSES FOR E. S. HIGGINS. James Brown
Lord, Architect, 12 East 23d street. Drawn by Henry Neu.
220 COUNTRY CHURCH. H. M. Congdon, Architect, 11 1
Broadway. Drawn by H. C. Stone.
221 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Drawn [by Ernest Green, Temple
Court.
222 HOUSE WITH RIVER FRONT. Drawn by George T.
Newton.
223 BANK, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. Thayer & Robinson,
Architects, 67 Liberty street. Drawn by John Beverley
Robinson.
224 SKETCH FOR ORANGE CLUB HOUSE. Berg & Clark'
Architects, 10 West 23d street. Drawn by Charles I
Berg.
225 LISIEUX. Drawn by Julius A. Schweinfurth, 60 Devonshire
street, Boston.
226 DESIGN FOR A CHURCH, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. C.
Howard Walker, Architect, 6 Beacon street, Boston, Mass,
Drawn by C. Howard Walker.
227 COUNTRY CHURCH. C. Howard Walker, Architect. 6
Beacon street, Boston, Mass. Drawn by C. Howard
Walker.
228 CHURCH AT 1NTERLAKEN, SWITZERLAND. Drawn by
Ernest Green, Temple Court.
229 HOUSE FOR CRAIG HABERTON, CAMP HILL, PA.
By Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 506 Walnut street, Phila
delphia. Drawn by Wilson Eyre, Jr.
230 ADDITION AND ALTERATION OF CHURCH, ROX-
BURY, MASS. C. Howard Walker, Architect, 6 Beacon
street, Boston. Drawn by C. Howard Walker.
231 DESIGN FOR BARNES HALL, CORNELL UNIVERSITY.
Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 149 Broadway. Drawn
by Frank A. Wright.
232 SKETCH FOR DECORA TION OF AN ATTIC BILL
IARD ROOM. The Tiffany Glass Company, 335 4th Ave
nue. Drawn by John Du Fais. Exhibited by the Tiffany
Glass Company.
233 STAINED GLASS FROM CHAR I RES AND FIRENZI.
Drawn by J. A. Schwienfurth, 60 Devonshire Street, Boston.
234 INTERIOR MISSION CHAPEL.4TH PLACE, BROOKLYN.
Rose & Stone, Architects, 111 Broadway.
235 HOUSE OF J. D. GRANT. MENLO PARK, SAN FRAN
CISCO, CAL. Bruce Price, Architect, 74 West 23rd Street.
236 MEMORIAL CHURCH MONTAUK POINT. Berg & Clark,
Architects,
West 23rd Street. Drawn by Charles I. Berg.
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237 HOUSE AT CAMP HILL. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 506


Walnut street, Philadelphia. Drawn by Wilson Eyre, Jr.
238 SKETCH FOR A CHURCH. C. Howard Walker, Architect,
6 Beacon street, Boston. Drawn by C. Howard Walker.
239 DURHAM, FROM THE NORTHWEST. Drawn by Joseph
Penneil. Exhibited by the Century Company.
240 THE FIRST ELEVATED RING RIDING ACADEMY OF
NEW YORK. THE RING ON THE THIRD FLOOR.
Geo.Martin Huss, Architect, 1285 Broadway. Drawn by
Clarence S. Luce. Exhibited by Geo. Martin Huss.
241 ART MUSEUM, WELLESLEY COLLEGE. Rotch & Tilden,
Architects, 85 Devonshire street, Boston, Mass.
242 CHRIST CHURCH, PORTSMOUTH, N. H. H. M. Cong-
don, Architect, in Broadway. Drawn by H. E. Ihnen.
243 PROPOSED ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, GLEN COVE, L. I.
H. M. Congdon, Architect, 1 1 1 Broadway.
244 AN ORIENTAL SHOP. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d
street and Madison Avenue.
245 CHRIST CHURCH, DANVILLE, PA. H. M. Congdon,
Architect, 1 1 1 Broadway. Drawn by Bassett Jones.
246 THE STAIRCASE TOWER IN THE CASTLE OF BLOIS.
Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany, 72d street and Madison Avenue.
247 STREET IN ^MORLAIX, BRITTANY. Drawn by Louis
C. Tiffany, 72d street and Madison Avenue.
248 AN ORIENTAL DOORWAY. Drawn by Louis C. Tiffany,
72d street and Madison Avenue.
249 SKETCHES OF HALL HOUSE OF WILSON CHISHOLM,
CLEVELAND, OHIO. Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 39
Union Square. Drawn by Arnold W. Brunner.
250 HOUSE FOR RADMAN WISTER. Wilson Eyre, Jr.,
Architect, 506 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Drawn by Wil
son Eyre, Jr.
251 FACADE. George H. Griebel, Architect, 67 West 23d street,
Drawn by George H. Griebel.
251A CARTOON FOR WINDOW. Designed by J. & R. Lamb,
59 Carmine street.
252 REMODELED COLONIAL HOUSE. Charles A. Gifford,
Architect, Newark, N.
J.
253 OLD HOUSES, WHITBY, ENGLAND. Drawn by E. M.
Bicknall, 2 West 14th street.
254 OLD HOUSE. SALEM STREET, BOSTON. Drawn by
George R. Tolman, 23 Warren street.
255 HOUSE AT SHORT HILLS, N J. A. B. Jennings, Architect,
111 Broadway.
256 A COLOR SKETCH. Drawn by Ross Turner, 126 Bridge street,
Salem, Mass.

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257 AUTUMN. Drawn by Fred. Marschall, 21 East 15th street.
Price $50.
258 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. Drawn by Will H. Low.
Exhibited by the Tiffany Glass Co., 333 4th Avenue.
259 PHOTO. OF HOUSE FOR E. C. STEDMAN, MAINE
COST. E. M. Wheelwright, Architect, 6 Beacon street,
Boston.
260 PANEL AFTER DESIGN BY PROF. KLEIN. Drawn by
Fred. Marschall. Exhibited by Endolithic Co.
261 SKETCH. Drawn by Ross Turner, 126 Bridge street, Salem,
Mass. Price S4o.00.
262 CAPITAL FROM THE TEMPLE OF JUPITER AT CORI.
Drawn by Harry E. Donnell, 341 West 56th street.
263 FRAGMENTS OF DECORATIONS IN CHANCEL OF
CHURCH OF THE ANNUNCIATION. Modeled by M.
M. Schwarzell. Exhibited by Heins & La Farge, Temple
Court.
264 POETRY, DECORATIVE TILL PANEL. Painted by Joseph
Lauber, 80 East Washington Price $100.
Square.
265 CARTOON FOR STAINED GLASS. By Tiffany Glass Com
pany, 333 Fourth Avenue. Drawn by Will H. Low.
266 DECORATIVE PANEL IN MANTEL. Drawn by Joseph
Lauber, 8o East Washington Square.
267 MODEL OF MANTEL IN SALON OF HOUSE OF C. J.
M'GOURKEY. John H. Duncan, Architect, 237 Broad
way.
268 PORTFOLIO OF PHOTOGRAPHS FROM SCULPTURES.
Exhibited by Miss May Grant, 19 West 31st Street.
269 BELL TOWER, Lamb & Rich, Architects, 265 Broadway.
270 SCREEN OF LEATHER, BRONZE AND GLASS. Designed
by the Tiffany Glass Company, 333 Fourth Avenue.
271 MODEL— SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' MONUMENT,
PORTLAND, ME. Henry O Avery, Architect, 368 Fifth
Avenue. Sculptor, Launt Thompson.
272 PHOTOGRAPHS OF MOSAICS IN CHESTER CATHE
DRAL. Exhibited by Burke & Co.
273 "ARION." Drawn by Fred. Marschall.
274 INTERIOR, MOORISH ROOM, HOUSE OF HENRY G.
MARQUAND.
275 HOUSE OF C.A.POTTER, CHESTNUT HILL, PHILA
DELPHIA. Wilson Eyre. Jr., Architect, 506 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia.
276 PIX INST.LAURENCE CHURCH. NUREMBURG. Exhib
ited by H. M. Congdon, 1 11 Broadway.

277 INTERIOR OF HOUSE OF WM. F. WELD. BROOKLINE.


MASS. E. M. Wheewright, Architect, 6 Beacon Street,
Boston.

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278 INTERIOR OF HOUSE OF WM. F. WELD, BROOKLINE,
MASS. E. M. Wheewright, Architect, 6 Beacon street,
Boston.
229 SPANDRELS IN CHESTER CATHEDRAL. Exhibited by
Burke & Co.
280 ANGLO-JAPANESE ROOM, HOUSE OF HENRY G. MAR
QUAND. Manly N. Cutter, Architect, 160 Broadway.
281 DINING ROOM IN HOUSE OF HENRY G. MARQUAND.
Richard M. Hunt, Arcnitect, Tribune building.
282 MANTEL IN DINING ROOM, HOUSE OF HENRY G.
MARQUAND. Richard M. Hunt, Architect, Tribune
Building.
283 STAINED GLASS WINDOW DESCENT OF ANGELS.
Drawn by E. P. Sperry. Exhibited by The Tiffany Glass
Company, 333 Fourth Avenue.
284 SANITARY GEOGRAPHY. Edward Potter, Architect, New
port, R. I.
285 PHOTOGRAPH OF COUNTRY HOUSE. Wm. T. Hallett,
Architect, 111 Broadway.
286 HOTEL PONCE DE LEON, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA-
PLAN. Carrere & Hastings, Architects, 3 Bowling Green.
287 COUNTRY HOUSE. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 506 Wal
nut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
288 HOTEL PONCE DE LEON, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
—VIEW OF SOUTH AND EAST FRONTS. Carrere &
Hastings, Architects, 3 Bowling Green. Drawn by H. Rosen
berg.
289 SUBURBAN HOUSE. John H. Duncan, Architect, 237 Broad
Drawn by John H. Duncan.
way.
290 COUNTRY HOUSE. Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 39 Union
Square.
291 PONCE DE LEON HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
—PERSPECTIVE OF DINING-ROOM. Carrere & Hast
ings, Architects, 3 Bowling Green. Drawn by Robert Blum.
292 BLOCK OF CITY HOUSES. Charles T. Mott, Architect, 111
Broadway. Drawn by Charles T. Mott.
293 ALCAZAR, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA— PERSPECTIVE
OF MAIN FRONT. Carrere & Hastings, Architects, 3
Bowling Green. Drawn by Robert Blum.
294 FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, ST. LOUIS.
Weston & Tuckerman, Architects, 31 Broad street.
295 ARMORY. Rotch & Tilden, Architects, 85 Devonshire street,
Boston.
296 FIFTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, ST. LOUIS, MO.
Weston & Tuckerman, Architects, 31 Broad street.
297 PONCE DE LEON HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
—PERSPECTIVE OF MAIN FRONT. Carrere & Hast
ings, Architects, 3 Bowling Green. Drawn by Robert Blum.
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298 ADDITION TO METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART—
SOUTH ELEVATION. Weston & Tuckerman, Archi
tects, 31 Broad street.
209 HOTEL PONCE DE LEON, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
—VIEW IN COURT. Carrere & Hastings, 3 Bowling
Drawn by Robert Blum.
Green.
300 TRINITY CHURCH, N. Y. Drawn by Henry S. Ihnen, m
Broadway. Price $25.
301 HOTEL PONCE DE LEON. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
--DETAIL OF LADIES' ENTRANCE. Carrere & Hast
ings, Architects, 3 Bowling Green. Drawn by Otto E.
Bucher. Exhibited by Carrere & Hastings.
302 DEVINNE PRESS BUILDING, N. Y. Babb, Cook & Willard.
Architects, 55 Broadway.
303 APARTMENT BUILDING. George H. Griebel, Architect,
67 West 23d Street,
304 PHOTOGRAPH OF HOUSE OF M. B. MARQUAND. R. M.
Hunt, Architect, Tribune Building.
305 HOTEL PONCE DE LEON, ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
—VIEW FROM ORANGE GROVE. Carrere & Hastings,
Architects, 3 Bowling Green. Drawn by Robert Blum.
306 HOTEL PONCE DE LEON AND SURROUNDINGS, ST.
AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA,— BLOCK PLACE. Carrere &
Hastings,
Bowling Green.
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307 WAREHOUSE. Babb, Cook & Willard, Architects, 55 Broad


way.
308 ALCAZAR AT ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA— PLAN.
Carrere & Hastings, Architects, 3 Bowling Green.
309 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS, THE ANNUNCIATION.
Drawn by T. Maitland Armstrong, 20 Lafayette Place.
310 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. Drawn by L. C. Tiffany
Exhibited by The Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue.

311 POETS' CORNER, WESTMINSTER ABBEY. Drawn by


Hughson Hawley. For sale.

312 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS, THE ANNUNCIATION.


Drawn by Maitland Armstrong, 20 Lafayette Place.

313 CEILING PANEL IN PAPIER MACHE. John La Farge.


Architect, 51 West 10th street.

314 MODEL OF HOUSE FOR ISAAC V. BROKAW. Rose &


Stone, Architects, III Broadway.
314A. ORIGINAL SUGGESTION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON
TO HIS ARCHITECT FOR THE DESIGN OF MOUNT
VERNON. Drawn by George Washington. Exhibited by
S. L. M. Barlow.
314B. MONUMENT FOR PORTLAND, MAINE. H. O. Avery,
Architect, 368 Fifth Avenue. In collaboration with Launt
Thompson, Sculptor.
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LOAN COLLECTION EXHIBITS.

COMMITTEE :
Frederic Crowninshield, Chairman,
H. O. Avery, John Gellatly.
31 5 SILVER AND BRASS INLAY. By Johnstone, Norman & Co.
Lent by T. M. Norman.
316 SANCTUARY OF THE KORAN. ALHAMBRA. Rafael
Contreras, Artist.
Lent by S. P. Avery.
317 TWILIGHT— AFTER HAMON. L. Jac-Galland, Artist.
Lent by S. P. Avery.
318 WINDOW IN ALHAMBRA. Fernandez Castro, Artist, 59
Carmine street. Lent by Charles A. Rich.
319 LOUIS XVI. PANEL. L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154 Fifth Avenue.
Lent by Herter Brothers.
320 MOTHER OF PEARL AND IVORY, INLAY. Johnstone,
Norman & Co., Artists. Lent by T. M. Norman.
321 VERNIS MARTIN PANEL. L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154 Fifth
Avenue. Lent by Herter Brothers.
322 VERNIS MARTIN PANEL. L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154 Fifth
Avenue. Lent by Herter Brothers.
323 FRESCOES FOR METROPOLITAN HOTEL, LONDON.
L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154 Fifth Avenue. Lent by the
artist.
324 PANELS OF THE SEASONS AND THE ELEMENTS. P.
V. Galland, Artist, Paris. Lent by Mrs. Edward Matthews.
325 LOUIS XVI. PANEL. After Watteau. Lent by Marcotte &
Company.
326 BOY AND DOVES. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Washington
Square, North.
Lent by the artist. Price $150.
327 CALLING THE DOVES. Walter Shirlaw. Artist, 3 Washing
ton Square, North. Lent by the artist. Price $400.
328 STUDY AFTER TINTORETTO. John Johnston, Artist, 51
West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
329 DESIGN FOR FRIEZE. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Washing
ton Square, North. Lent by the artist.
330 DAWN. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Washington Square, North.
Lent by the artist. Price $600.
331 A SUNFLOWER. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Washington
Square, North. Lent by the artist. Price $1 50.

332 THE SPIRIT OF A LILY. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Wash


ington Square, North. Lent by the artist Price 8400.
333 KNIGHTS OF THE MIDDLE AGE. L. Jac-Galland, Artist,
1 54 Fifth Avenue, New York. Lent by Marcotte & Co.
334 STAINED PEAR WOOD PANELS. Lent by Cottier & Co.
Price $30o.
335 CHASUBLE OF CARDINAL ALTIEKI, LATTER PART
OF XVII. CENTURY. Lent by Charles H. Marshall,
Architect.
336 ORPEUS, HAILING THE DAWN. (AFTER COROT).
Artist.Lent by Cottier & Co. Price $300.
337 MADONNA AND CHILD. Lucca della Robbia, Artist. Lent
by Cottier & Co. Price $100.
338 PROCELAIN PLAQUE. H. S. Marks, Artist, 4 East 38th
street. Lent by S. P. Avery.
339 STUDY FOR GLASS. SUBJECT, A CHORISTER. John La
Farge, N. A.. Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
340 WATER COLOR STUDY, CORNER OF WATER TANK,
TEMPLE OF YEMITZU, NIKKO, JAPAN. John La
Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
341 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR FIGURE OF PROSPERITY
IN STAINED GLASS. John La Farge, N. A., Artist,
51 West 10th street. Lent by Mr. O. Heinigke.
342 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR A FIGURE IN CEILING
DECORATION. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West
10th street. Lent by C. T. Barney.
343 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR FIGURE IN McKIM
MEMORIAL WINDOW.TRINITY CHURCH, BOSTON.
John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by
A. R. Macdonough.
344 BITTER ORANGES. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Washington
Square, North. Lent by the artist. Price $200.
345 WATER COLOR STUDY OF THE FIFTH GATE AND
MAIN TEMPLE OF YEMITZU, SEEN FROM THE
INTERIOR OF THE FOURTH GATE, NIKKO,
JAPAN, 1886. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th
street. Lent by the artist.
346 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR GLASS, CENTRAL
. FIGURE OF THE AMES MEMORIAL WINDOW,
EXECUTED 1887. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West
10th street. Lent by the artist.
347 STUDY FOR PART OF WINDOW, GODDARD MEMOR
IAL, MOTHER AND CHILD. John La Farge, N. A.,
Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
348 STUDY FOR FIGURE OF HARPIST, HOWLAND
MEMORIAL. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West loth
street. Lent by the artist.
349 WATER COLOR STUDY OF AVENUE LEADING TO
THE TEMPLE OF IYEYAS, NIKKO, JAPAN. John
La Farge. N.A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
350 STUDY FOR FIGURE OF THE WISE VIRGINS, PAR
KER MEMORIAL WINDOW, TRINITY CHURCH,
BOSTON. John Johnston and Grant La Farge, Assistant
Artists. Drawn by John La Farge, N. A., 51 West 10th
street. Lent by Chas. H. Martini. Price $950.
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351 STUDY IN COLOR FOR EMBROIDERED PORTIERE, IN
DINING ROOM. EXECUTED BY MISS J. SAVAGE.
John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by
Chas. E. Appleby.

352 STUDY FOR ONE OF THE FIGURES IN A CEILING


DECORATION. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West
10th street. Lent by the Artist. Price $175.
353 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR EMBROIDERY, WILD
ROSES AND WATER LILY. John La Farge. N. A.,
Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by M. B. Phillipp.
354 PHOTOGRAPH OF THE CARVED AND INLAID PILAS
TERS IN THE CHANCEL OF THE CHURCH OF ST.
THOMAS. NEW YORK, EXECUTED 1887 John La
Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.

355 STUDY FOR ONE OF THE ANGELS IN DECORATIVE


PAINTING, THE ASCENSION OF OUR LORD. John
La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Sent by the
artist.
356 WATER COLOR STUDY, BUDDHIST STATUE, ON THE
KAMANGA FUCHI, NIKKO, JAPAN. John La Farge,
N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
357 WATER COLOR STUDY, THE WATER TANK OF THE
TEMPLE OF YEMITZU. John La Farge N. A , Artist,
51 West 10 street. Lent by the artist.
358 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR ONE OF THE WINDOWS
OF THE GODDARD MEMORIAL, LONSDALE
PROVIDENCE, R. I. John La Farge N. A., Artist, 51
West to street. Lent by the artist.
359 AN IDYL. F. S. Church, N. A., Artist, 58 East 13th street.
Lent by John Gellatly.
360 THE MERMAID. F. S. Church, N. A., Artist, 58 East 13th
street. Lent by John Gellatly.

361 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. Drawn by Louis C. Tif


fany, 333 Fouth Avenue. Lent by the Tiffany Glass Com
pany.
362 TWO STUDIES, No. 1, MEMORIAL WINDOW VISION
OF ST. JOHN, No. 2, McKIM MEMORIAL WIN
DOW, TRINITY CHURCH, BOSTON. John La Farge,
N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
363 PHOTOGRAPH OF MEMORIAL WINDOW KNOWN AS
THE BATTLE WINDOW IN MEMORY OF THE
CLASS OF i860, WHO DIED IN THE WAR, HAR
VARD MEMORIAL HALL, John La Farge, N. A.,
Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
364 SHUTTLECOCK PLAYER. Alfred Moore, Artist, 144 5th
Avenue. Lent by Cottier & Co. Price $1,500.
365 SYMBOLIC ANGEL. T. W. Dewing, Artist, 3 North Wash
ington Square. Lent by the artist.
366 MUSIC. A. Hart, Artist,
144 Fifth Avenue. Lent by Cottier
& Co.
Price $150.
367 REREDOS. C. R. Lamb, Artist, 59 Carmine street. Lent by
the artist.
368 STUDY FOR GLASS, TRINITY CHURCH, BUFFALO,
N. Y. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street,
Lent by the artist.
369 PENCIL DRAWING FOR FIGURE OF THE WISE VIR
GIN PARK MEMORAL WINDOW, TRINITY CHURCH
BOSTON. John La Farge, N. A., Artist. Lent by the
artist.
370 WATER COLOR STUDY FOR ONE OF THE WINDOWS
OF THEGODDARD MEMORIAL, LONSDALE, PROVI
DENCE, R. I. John La Farge. N. A., Artist, John John
ston, assistant, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
371 PHOTOGRAPH (COLORED) OF MEMORIAL WINDOW
IN TRINITY CHURCH, BOSTON. SUBJECT. VIS
ION OF ST. JOHN. John La Farge, Artist, N. A , John
Johnston, assistant. Lent by the artist.
372 DECORATION FOR A PAGE OF A BOOK, i860, John La
Farge, N. A., 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
373 WATERCOLOR STUDY FOR ONE OF THE FIGURES IN
CEILING DECORATION, WATER COLOR ROOM OF
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT, John La Farge, N. A.,
Artist, 51 West Lent by the artist.
10th street.

374 DESIGN FOR CHURCH WINDOW. Maitland Armstrong,


Artist, 20 Lafayette Place. Lent by the artist.
375 SKETCH FOR HALL WINDOW. Maitland Armstrong,
Artist, 20 Lafayette Place. Lent by the artist.
376 SKETCH FOR CHURCH WINDOW. Maitland Armstrong,
Artist, 20 Lafayette Place. Lent by the artist.
377 SKETCH FOR STAINED GLASS. Mary Tillinghast, Artist,
3 North Washington Square. Lent by the artist.
378 TWO SKETCHESORNAMENTAL GLASS. MRS. FIELD'S
HOME, N. Y. Mary Tillinghast, Artist, 3 North Washing
ton Square. Lent by the artist.
379 DESIGN FOR FIREPLACE BAY IN A COUNTRY HOUSE
DINING-ROOM. The Tiffany Glass Co., Artists, 333
Fourth Avenue. Drawn by John Du Fais. Lent by The
Tiffany Glass Co.
380
DOORWAY, VENICE. Rhoda Holmes Nicholls, Artist, 58
West 57th street. Lent by the artist.
381 SKETCH FOR INTERIOR DECORATION.
Maitland
Armstrong, Artist, Lent by the artist.
20 Lafayette Place.
382 SKETCH FOR INTERIOR DECORATION. Maitland
Armstrong, Artist, 20 Lafayette Place. Lent by the
artist.
383 MADONNA AND TWO ANGELS. Miss E. J. Conçût, Artist,
59 Carmine street. Lent by J. and R. Lamb.
3"
384 SMALL COLOR PANEL. F. S. Lamb, Artist, 139 East 55th
street. Lent by the artist.
385 SKETCH FOR SKYLIGHT. Maitland Armstrong, Artist, 20
Lafayette Place. Lent by the artist.
386 TWO PANEL WINDOWS. F. S. Lamb, Artist, 139 East
55th street. Lent by the artist.
387 SKETCH FOR DECORATIVE PANEL. Maitland Arm
strong. Artist, 20 Lafayette Place. Lent by the artist.
388 SKETCH FOR DRAWING-ROOM WINDOW. Maitland
Armstrong, Artist, 20 Lafayette Place. Lent by the artist.
389 FIREPLACE IN DINING-ROOM. Drawn by John Du Fais,
333 Fourth Avenue. Lent by the Tiffany Glass Company.
390 DESIGN FOR MANTEL AND DECORATION OF PARLOR
IN A COUNTRY HOUSE. Drawn by E. P. Sperry. Lent
by The Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue.
391 DECORATION OF MOORISH SMOKING ROOM. Drawn
by John Du Fais. Lent by the Tiffany Glass Company,
333 Fourth Avenue.
392 SKETCH FOR WINDOW IN GRACE CHURCH, NEW
YORK. Mary Tillinghast, Artist, 3 North Washington
Square. Lent by the artist.
393
CHANCEL, C. R. Lamb, Artist, 59 Carmine street. Lent by
the artist.
394 REREDOS. C. R. Lamb, Artist, 59 Carmine street. Lent by
the artist.
395 ANTIQUE LEATHERS. Lent by C. R.Yandell.
396 INDIA INK STUDY FOR DECORATIVE PAINTING IN
THE CHANCEL OF THE CHURCH OF THE INCAR
NATION, NEW YORK, John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51
West 10th street. Lent by Chas. Carroll Lee.

ILLUSTRATIVE DESIGNS FOR THE ODES AND SONNETS


OF JOHN KEATS, BY WILL H. LOW.
397 TITLE.
398 COPYRIGHT DEVICE.
399 DEDICATION.
400 LIS T OF DRAWINGS.
401 TABLE OF CONTENTS.
402 DESIGN FOR LINING PAPER.
403 FINAL DECORATIVE DEVICE.
404 ODE ON A GRECIAN URN.
What leaf-hinged legend haunts about thy shape
Of deities or mortals, or of both,
In temple or the dales of Arcady ?

405 TO AUTUMN.
» * « * Whoever seeks abroad may find
Thee sitting careless on a granary floor,
Thy hair soft-lifted by the winnowing wind.

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406 SONNET— WHEN I HAVE FEARS THAT I MAY CEASE
TO BE.
— Here on the shores
Of the wide world I stand alone and think
Till love and fame to nothingness do sink.

407 FANCY.
She will bring thee all together,
All delights of summer weather.
408 ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE.
Perhaps the, self-same song that found a path
Through the sad heart of Ruth, when sick for home
She stood in tears amid her alien corn.

409 ODE ON INDOLENCE.


One morn before me were three figures seen.

410 ODE TO PSYCHE.


And on the sudden fainting with surprise,
Saw two fair creatures couched side by side.

411 ODE ON MELANCHOLY.


She dwells with beauty — Beauty that must die
And joy whose hand is ever at his lips,
Bidding Adieu !

412 LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI.


I set her on my pacing steed
And nothing else saw all day long,
For sideways would she lean.
413 ODE, BARDS OF PASSION AND OF MIRTH.
* * *
* in soft ease,
Seated on Elysian lawns,
Browsed by none but Dian's fauns.
414 THE EVE OF ST. MARK.
With forehead 'gainst the window-pane,
Again she tried, and then again,
Until the dusk ere left her dark
Upon the legend of St. Mark.
415 THE LAST SONNET.
And so live ever — or else swoon to death.

416 MINNEHAHA. Dora Wheeler, Artist, 115 East 23d street.


Lent by The Associated Artists. Price $900.
417 BAS-RELIEF MEMORIAL OF LATE H. W. BELLOWS,
D. D.Augustus St. Gaudens, Sculptor, 148 West 36th
Lent by the sculptor.
street.
418 PENELOPE. Dora Wheeler, Artist, 115 East 23rd street.
Lent by the Associated Artists, Price $1,200.
419 INDIA INK SKETCH FOR DECORATIVE PAINTING IN
THE CHANCEL OF THE CHURCH OF THE ASCEN
SION. John La Farge, N. A., Artist, 51 West 10th street.
Lent by the artist.
420 STUDY FROM CATHEDRAL OF SPOLITO (AFTER
FILIPPO LIPP!). E. H. Blashfield. Artist, 58 West 57th
street. Lent by the artist.
42t MIRACLE OF ST. MARK (AFTER TINTORETTO). E. H.
Blashfield, Artist, 58 West 57th street. Lent by the artist.
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422 DECORATIVE PANEL. F. S. Lamb, Artist, 139 West 55th
Lent by the artist.
street.
423 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ROOM. Lent by Yandell & Co.,
140 Fifth Avenue.
424 STUDY FROM ST. MARK'S, VENICE. E. H. Blashfield,
Artist, 58 West 57th street. Lent by the artist.
425 STUDY IN ST. MARKS, VENICE. E. H. Blashfield, Artist,
58 West 57th street. Lent by the artist.
426 THE PARTHENON. V. G. Stiepevich, Artist, 16 East 38th
street. Lent by W. L. Andrews.
427 CEILINGS OF PAUL VERONESE. DUCAL PALACE,
VENICE. E. H. Blashfield, Artist, 58 West 57th street.
Lent by the artist.
428 STUDY (AFTER CARPACCIO). E. H. Blashfield, Artist, 58
West 57th street. Lent by the artist.
429 PLAZZO VECCHIO, FLORENCE. E. H. Blashfield, artist, 58
Lent by the artist.
West 57th street.
430 PANEL FOR FRIEZE. Lent by the Associated Artists, 115 East
23d street.
431 THE PROPYLAE, ATHENS. E. H. Blashfield, Artist, 58 West
57th street. Lent by the artist.
432 STUDY FROM THE CHURCH OF S. M. NOVELLA.
FLORENCE, AFTER GHIRLANDAJO. E. H. Blash
field, Artist, 58 West 57th street. Lent by the artist.
433 STUDY FROM THE PARIS PANTHEON (AFTER JEAN
PAUL LAURENS). E. H. Blashfield, Artist, 58 West 57th
street. Lent by the artist.
434 STUDY FROM THE PARIS PANTHEON, (AFTER PUVIS
DE CHA VANNES). E. H. Blashfield, Artist, 58 West 57th
street. Lent by the artist.
435 THE PANTHEON, ATHENS. E. H. Blashfield, Artist, 58 West
57th Lent
street. by the artist.
436 SCHERZO. J. Carroll Beckwith, Artist, 58 West 57th street.
Lent by the artist. Price $100.
437 VENUS AND LOVES. Lent by the Associated Artists, 115
East 23d street.
438 PANEL FOR A MUSIC ROOM. J. Carroll Beckwith, Artist,
58 West 57th street. Lent by the artist. Price $300.
439 PLASTER BAS-RELIEF. Augustus St. Gaudens, Sculptor,
148 West 36th street. Lent by the artist.
440 BIRTH OF PSYCHE. Dora Wheeler, Artist, 148 West 36th
street. Lent by the Associated Artists. Price $1,200
441 COURT INTHEGARDENSOFTHE ALCAZAR, SEVILLE.
John Johnston, Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the
artist.
442 CLERESTORY WINDOW. John Johnston, Artist, 51 West
10th street. Lent by the artist.
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443 KNEELING ANGELS. G. T. Brewster, Sculptor, The Alpine.
Lent by the artist.
444 BAS-RELIEF OF LINCOLN. J. S Hartley, Sculptor, 145
West 55th street. Lent by the artist.
445 ANGEL OF THE RESURRECTION. G. T. Brewster, Artist,
The Alpine. Lent by the artist.
446 PERFORATED INDIAN PANELS. Lent by Lockwood De
Forest, 9 East 17th street. Price $120.
447 THE NATIVITY. Juan Gonzalez, Artist, dated 1462. Lent by
John Gellatly,
448 CANTERBURY TALES. A. Artist. 336 Fifth
Schwaiger,
Avenue. Lent by S . P. Avery,
Jr. Price $650.
449 CHRIST APPEARING TO MARY, A. P. Ryder, Artist, The
Benedict. Lent by the artist. Price $1,000.
450 NYMPHS DANCING AT DAWN. S. P. Ryder, Artist, The
Benedict. Lent by Mrs. J. H. De Kay.
451 RENAISSANCE PANEL. Max M. Shwarzett, Artist, 91 West
3d street. Lent by the artist.
452 STUDY FROM TINTORETTO. John Johnston, Artist, 51
West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
453 STUDY FROM TINTORETTO. John Johnston, Artist, 51
West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
454 SKETCH FOR MEMORIAL WINDOW. John Johnston,
Artist, 51 West 10th street. Lent by the artist.
455 VERNIS MARTIN PANEL. L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154 Fifth
Avenue. Lent by Herter Brothers.
456 VERNIS MARTIN PANEL, L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154
Fifth Avenue. Lent by Herter Brothers.
457 ENGLISH MARQUETRY ELIZABETHAN. Johnston,
Norman & Co., Artists. Lent by J. M. Norman.
458 LETTER CASE. Lent by Society of Decorative Art, 28 East
27th street. Price $100.
459 AURORA (AFTER HAMON). L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154
Fifth Avenue. Lent by S. P. Avery.
460 LOUIS XVI. PANEL. L. Jac-Galland, Artist, 154 Fifth Avenue.
Lent by Herter Brothers.
461 INDIAN, BRASS INLAY PANELS. Lent by Lockwood De
Forest, 9 East 17th street. Price $ioo.
462 PERFORATED INDIAN PANELS. Lent by Lock wood De
Forest, 9 East 17th street. Price $90.
463 FRAGMENT OF PARTHENON. Lent by Cottier & Co. Price
Jico.
464 LEATHER SCREEN. Lent by C. R. Yandell. Price $550.
465 TAPESTRY SCREEN. Miss Tillinghast, Artist, 3 North Wash
ington Square. Lent by Mrs. Zerega.
466 SPANISH LEATHER AND MAHOGANY CHAIR. Lent by
Yandell & Co., 140 Fifth Avenue. Price $60.
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467 RIBBON LEATHER AND OAK CHAIR. Lent by Yandell
& Co., 140 Fifth Avenue. Price 875.
468 SPANISH LEATHER AND OAK CHAIR. Lent by Yandell
& Co., 140 Fifth Avenue. Price $175.
469 HAND-TOOLED LEATHER AND OAK CHAIR. Lent by
Yandell & Co., 140Fifth Avenue. Price $175.
470 CARVED INDIAN CHAIRS. Lent by Lockwood DeForest.
Price $80.
471 DRAPER ARM CHAIR. Lent by Georges A. Glaenzer.
472 DRAPER ARM CHAIR. Lent by Georges A. Glaenzer.
473 WOUNDED BISON. Samuel Kitson, Artist. Lent by the artist.
474 CASE OF FABRICS. Lent by Associated Artists.
475 CASE OF FABRICS. Lent by Society of Decorative Art.
476 DECORATIVE PANEL IN WAX COLORS. Frederic Crown-
inshield, Artist, 42 West 1 8th street. Lent by the artist.
477 SKETCH FROM MURAL PAINTING. Frederic Crownin-
shield, Artist, 42 West 18th street. Lent by Richard M.
Hunt.
478 SWEETER TO GAZE AND DREAM THAN TOIL. Fred
eric Crowninshield, Artist, 42 West 1 8th street. Lent by
the artist.
479 WROUGHT IRON GRILLE. Designed by Cottier & Co.,
144 Fifth Avenue. Executed and lent by John Williams, 144
Fifth Avenue.
480 BRONZE BELL. Lent by John Williams, 115 East 13th
street.
481 VENUS AND CUPID, M. Baudry, Artist. Lent by Richard
M.Hunt.
482 ITALIAN PAINTED LEATHER WORK. XVII. CENT
URY. HARD-TOOLED BORDERS— FORTY-TWO
PANELS. Lent by Yandell & Co. Price $5 000.
483 PLASTER MODEL OF SALON FOR MRS. C. J. M'GOUR-
KEY, John H. Duncan, Architect, 237 Broadway.

MEDAL COMPETITION DRAWINGS.


Committee: William Convers Hazlett, Chairman ;

John DuFais and Charles I. Berg.


FORTY-THREE SETS OF DESIGNS FOR THE ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS.
Subject : A Memorial Clock and Bell Tower on a Village
Green.

The League is indebted to Mess. Yandell & Co. for the use of
leathern screens and hangings.
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DRAWN BY JOSEPH PENNELL.
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CORNER OF APARTMENT HOUSE, NEW YORK. W. C. HAZLETT, ARCHITECT.
CHURCH AT BUFFALO. GREEN & WICKS, ARCHITECTS.
CHATEAU OF LA GRANGE.. DRAWN BY F. C. JONES.
MURAL DECORATION. "THE CHURCH MILITANT." F. S. LAMB.

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, LINCOLN, NEB.


FROM NAPLES MUSEUM. SKETCHED BY C. A. OlFFORD.
PALACE ON GRAND CANAL. SKETCHED BY F. E. WALLIS.
LA REINE; BI.ANCHE, PARIS. SKETCHED BY F. C. JONES.
CHURCH. R. H. ROBERTSON, ARCHITECT.
DOORWAY OF HOUSE IN NEW YORK.

LOCKWOOI) DE FORREST, ARCHITECT. DRAWN BY E.J. MEEKER.


BUILDING FOR UNION TRUST CO. GEO. B. POST, ARCHITECT.
AT ST. RF.MV, SKETCHED BY S. W. MEAD.
MONUMENT
THE LOUVRE " MADONNA " IN GLASS,
BY THE TIFFANY GLASS CO.

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Organized, January t8, 1881

Incorporated, November 2, 1888

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FROM MONDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1888,
TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889

MDCCCL XXX VIII


Copyright, 1888, by Frank A. Wright
Secretary : Architectural League

Note. — The Secretary may be addressed at


47 Liberty Street, New York
OMMITTEES FOR THIS EXHIBITION

JURY
T. P. Chandler
Richard M. Hunt,
A. D. F. Hamlin
Charles F. McKim
Robt. S. Peabody

HANGING COMMITTEE
Chas. B. Atwood
Georges A. Glaenzer
George Martin Huss

LOAN EXHIBITION COMMITTEE


Henry O. Avery
John Gellatly
C. R. Lamb
H. Siddons Mowbray

CATALOGUE COMMITTEE
Henry O. Avery
Arnold W. Brunner
J. D. Hunter, Jr.

MEDAL COMMITTEE
Charles T. Mott
Charles A. Rich
Ernest R. Tilton
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BYZANTINE TABLET. RAVENNA. DRAWN BY E. R. TILTON.
OFFICERS
OF THE

Architectural League.
PRESIDENT :

John Beverley Robinson.

VICE-PRESIDENT :

Frederic Crowninshield.

SECRETARY :

Frank A. Wright.

TREASURER :
John Gellatly.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

EX-OFFICIO :

John" Beverley Robinson,


Frederic Crowninshield.

H. O. Avery,
Charles I. Berg,
Arnold W. Brunner.

Edward H. Clark,
John Gellatly,
William C. Hazlett.

J. D. Hunter, Jr.,
John P. Riley,
F. A. Wright.
WELL AT VERONA. DRAWN BY T. HENRY RANDALL.
LIST OF MEMBERS.

RESIDENT.

D. Maitland Armstrong. R. W. Gibson,


J. Lawrence Aspinwai.l. Chas. A. Gifford.
Charles B. Atwood. C. P. H. Gilbert,
H. O. Averv. Georges A. Glaenzer.
William Baker. Ernest Greene.
Alfred E. Barlow. Percv Griffin.
William A. Bates. A. D. F. Hamlin.
Algernon S. Bell. Edw. T. Hapgood.
Charles I. Berg. h. j. hardenbergh.
William B Bigelow. Julius Harder.
Edwin Howi.and Blashfield. George E. Harnev.
A. J. Bloor. Thomas Hastings.
Warren R. Briggs. Hughson Hawley.

James Brite. Louis R. Hazeltine.


A. Page Brown. William Con vers Hazlett.
Arnold W. Brunner. G. L. Hines,
William Arthur Cable. William H. Hoffman,
George P. Chappell. F. L. V. Hoppin.
Edward II. Clark. Augustus Howe, Jr.
Charles W. Clinton. R. H. Hunt.
W. A. Coffin. R. M. Hunt,
Frederic Crowninshield. Walter C. Hunting.
F. P. Dinkei.berg. J. D. Hunter, Jr.
Albert F. D'Oench. George Martin Huss.
A. W. Drake. Francis C. Jones.

John Du Fais. C. Powell Karr.


John H. Duncan. George Keister.
Charles Edwards. Edward H. Kendall.
C. L. W. Eidlitz. W. M. Kendall.
Maurice Kornachon. David W. King.
W. Lewis Fraser. H. P. Kirby,
John Gellatly. T. A. Koen.
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RESIDENT MEMBERS— Continue,/.

Wilbur S. Knowles. A. P. Ryder.


M. K. Kress. A. C. SCHWEINFURTH.
Charles R. Lamb, Charles M. Shean.
F. S. Lamb. Harold Blake Sherwin
Warrington G. Lawrence. Samuel Sherwood.
Michel M. Le Brun. W. Sidney Smith.
Napoleon Le Brun. E. P. Sperry.
Pierre Le Brun. S. M. Stanton,
Emlen T. Littell. Robert S. Stephenson,
Willard P. Little. William E. Stone,
J as. Brown Lord. Sidney V. Stratton.
Clarence S.Luce. Russell Sturgis.
John B. Lyman. Joseph H. Taft.
A. J. Manning. Kr. Dahler Tangen.
Henry Rutgers Marshall. W. H. Thomas,
C. D. Marvin. Alfred H. Thorp.
E. L. Messenger. Ernest Rollin Tilton.
W. H. Mersereau. E. Prentice Treadwell.
Pringle Mitchell. Thomas Tryon.
E. C. Moore. A. L. Tuckerman.
Charles T. Mott. Arthur Turnure.
B.

H. Siddons Mowbray. William Burnet Tuthill.


Alvan C. Nye. Richard M. Upjohn.
Wm. Rudolf O'Donavan. Thomas D. Wadelton.
Arthur D. Pickering. Elbert Ludlam Wakeman.
Herbert Pierson. Frank Waller.
Bruce Price, Frank E. Wallis,
T. Henry Randall. William R. Ware,
E. H. Remsen. Edward Martin Welch.
Charles A. Rich. Edmund B. Wells,
John P. Riley. A. Dunham Wheeler,
Robert H. Robertson. Daniel W. Willard.
John Beverley Robinson. F. G. Wiley,
Charles Frederick Rose. Fred'k C. Withers,
Ehrick Kensett Rossiter. Frank A. Wright,
William H. Russell. E. L. Young.
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NON-RESIDENT.

Francis H. Bacon, Boston, Mass. Prof. Charles Francis Osborne,


C. H. Blackall, Boston, Mass. Cornell University, Ithica, N. Y.
Herbert C. Burdett, Buffalo.N.Y. H. H. D. Peirce, Boston, Mass.
W. E. Chamberlain, Boston, Mass. Leoni W. Robinson, New Haven,
E. Colonna, Dayton, O. Conn.

James G. Cutler, Rochester, N. Y. J. W. Root, Chicago, Ill.


Wilson Eyre, Jr., Philadelphia. Arthur Rotch, Boston. Mass.
A. \V. Fuller, Aibany, N. S. Julius A. Schweinfurth, Boston,
P. F. Furber. St. Louis, Mo. Mass.
Cass GILBERT, St. Paul, Minn. John Calvin Stevens, Portland, Me.
Edw. B. Green, Buffalo. N. Y. J. K. Taylor, St. Paul, Minn.
A. B. Harlow, Boston, Mass. Bernard Vonnegut, Indianapolis,
Clarence H. Johnston, St. Paul, Ind.
Minn. C.Howard Walker, Boston. Mass.
W. Whitney Lewis, Boston, Mass. H. Langford Warren, Boston,
M. D. Makepeace, Auburn, N. Y. M ass.

J. H. Marling, Buffalo, N. Y. Edmund M. Wheelwright, Boston,


Edward I. Nickerson, Providence, Mass.
R. I. W. M. Whidden, Boston, Mass.

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BALCONY OF DESDEMONA's HOUSE," VENICE. DRAWNBY T. HENRY RANDALL.
List of Exhibitors

Adams, Maurice B., London, Eng. Cox, Kenyon, 145 W. 55th St.
Allard Sons, Fifth Av. Crowninshield, Frederic. W. 18th
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Armstrong, Maitland, 20 Lafayette Pl. St.

Avery, H. O., 368 Fifth v. De Forest, Lockwood, E. 10th St.


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Babb, Cook & Willard, 55 Broadway. Dewing, T. W., 337 Fourth Ave.
Bacher, Otto H., 58 West 57th St. Donaldson & Meier, Detroit, Mich.
Bacon, Francis H., 932 Broadway. Fames & Young, St. Louis, Mo.
Baldie. Henry, 443 West 22d St. Edwards, C., Paterson, N. J.
Baur, Theodore, 42 East oth St. El well, F. E., 114 W. 18th St.
Beckwith, J. Carroll, 58 W. 57th St. Eppendorff, J. G., Buffalo, N. Y.
Berg & Clark, ro West 23d St. Eyre, Wilson. Jr., Philadelphia, Pa.
Bigelow, William B., 52 Broadway. Ferrari, J., 334 W. 42d St.
Blashfield, E. H., 58 West 57th St. Fowler, Frank, University Building.
Blum, Robert, "The Benedict." Fowler, Mrs. M. Odenheimer, Uni-
Briggs, W. R., Bridgeport, Conn. versity Building.
Brocklesly.Wm. C, Hartford, Conn. Freeman, Geo. A., 52 Broadway.
Brown, A. Page, French, Frank, Orange, N.
57 Broadway. J.
Brunner, Arnold W., 39 Unicn Gibson, R. W., 32 Park Row.
Square W. Clifford, C. A., 47 Liberty St.
Brunner& Tryon. 39 Union Square. Gilbert, Cass, St. Paul, Minn
Burdett, H. C Buffalo, N. Y. Glaenzer. Georges A., 41 E. 20th St.
Burnham & Root, Chicago, Ill. Griffin, Percy, 206 Broadway.
Century Company, 33 E. 17th St. Gulbrauson, P. G., Marblehead,
Church.. F S., 58 E. 13th St. Mass.
Clark, Ida F., 115 E. 23d St. Haight, C. C., m Broadway.
Bell, London. T.,
tk.

Clayton England. Hapgood, Edw. 1285 Broadway.


Colgate, A. W., 50 E. 34th St. Hardenbergh, H. J., 10 W. 23d St.
Colonna, E., Montreal, Canada. Hart, F. London, Eng.
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Hartley, T. H., 145 W. 55th St. Luce, Clarence, 74 W. 23d St.
Hasselman, F. R., 10 W. 23d St. Marling & Burdett, Buffalo, N. Y.
Heaton, Butler & Bayne, London, Marschall, F., 125 Fifth Ave.
Eng. Masqueray. E. C., 3 Bowling Green.
Herriot. J. C. A., Albany, N. Y. Maynard, Geo. W., "The Benedict."
Herter Bros., 154 Fifth Ave. Megnen, Clamens & Bordereau, An
Hinton, Miss Clio, 10 E. 14th St. gers, France.
Hinton, Mrs. H., 73 W. 84th St. Moore, Albert, London.
Holly, H. Hudson. Ill Broadway. Mott. C. T., Hill Broadway.
Holzer, J. A., 106 W. 45th St. Mowbrav, H. S , s8 W. 57th St.
Howe & Rowe, 32 Park Row, Muzzey & Eppendorf!, Buffalo.
Hunt. R M., 154 Nassau St. Northrup, J. W., Bridgeport, Conn.
Hunter, F. Leo, 40 W. 45th St. Palmer, G. C, 28 W. 23d St.
Hunter, J. D., Jr., 57 Broadway. Parfitt Bros., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Huss, Geo. Martin, 1285 Broadway. Peabody & Stearns, Boston, Mass.
Ihnen, Henry. 47 Broadway. Price, Bruce, 74 W. 23d St.
Israels, Chas. H., 160 Fulton St. Polk, W., Washington, D. C.
Jackson, W. E., Philadelphia, Pa. Rafalsky Bros., 140 W. 23d St.
James, James, Kansas City, Mo. Randall, T. H., 57 Broadway.
James, J. King, 237 Broadway, Renwick, Aspinwall & Russel, 71

Johnstone, Norman & Co., London, Broadway.


Eng. Rhead, L. J., Fiatbush, L. I.
Kendall, E. H., 1 Broadway, Rico, Martin, Paris.
Kendall, Wm. M., 57 Broadway. Riordan, R., 25 Union Square, W.
Kerney, Edward S., Perth Amboy, Robertson, R. H., 121 E. 23d St.

N.J. Rossiter & Wright, 47 Liberty St.


Knowles, W. S., 189 Broadway. Rotch, Arthur, Boston. Mass.
Lamb, C. R., 59 Carmine St. Rotch & Tilden, Boston, Mass.
Lamb, Ella Condie, 356 W. 22d St. Schastey, G. A. & Co., Broadway and
Lamb, F. S., 145 W. 55th St. 53Ú St.
Lamb & Rich. 265 Broadway. Schladermundt, H. T., " The Bene

Lathrop, francis, 60 Washington dict."


Square, South. Schweinfurth, J. A., Boston, Mass.
Little, Arthur. Boston, Mass Schwarzott, Max, 91 E. 3d St.
Little & O'Connor. 10 W. 23d St. Sperry, E. P., " The Benedict."
Low, Will H., 3 N. Washington Stead, Robt., Washington, D. C.
Square. Stevens & Cobb, Portland, Me.
Slounhton, C. W. & A. A., 1665 Upjohn, R. M., 111 Broadway.
Washington Ave., N. Y. Vedder, E., 337 Fourth Ave.
Slralton. S. V., 57 Broadway. Wadelton, T. D . 932 Broadway.
Tait, J. H., 146 Broadway. Walker & Best, Boston, Mass.
Thayer & Robinson, 67 Liberty St. Walker, C. H., Boston, Mass.
Thorn, J C., Oldbridge, N. J. Walker, H. O., 253 W. 42d St.
Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Ave. Wallis, Frank E., 154 Nassau St.
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Tiffany, Louis C. 7 E 72d St. Walton, Wm., 123 Fifth Ave.
Tilhnghast. M. E., 3 N. Washing Warner, Olin, "The Benedict."
ton Square. Wheeler, Dora, 115 W. 23d St.
Tilton, E. R., 23 Warren St. Withers, F. C., Bible House.
Tubby, Wm. B., 153 Broadway. Wores, Theo., 51 W. 10th St.

Youngs & Cabl :. 1285 Broadway.


Qatalogue of Exhibits

1 DESIGN FOR A STAINED-GLASS WINDOW. De


signed by the Tiffany Glass Co.
2 QUEEN ELIZABETH'S TOMB, WESTMINSTER AB
BEY. Drawn by Jos. Pennell. Lent by the Century
Company.
3 SKETCH, ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
KANSAS CITY, MO. James & James, Architects.
Drawn by T. King James.
4 HOUSE AT MOUNT DESERT, MAINE. William
A. Bates, Architect.
5 STAINED-GLASS WINDOW. Designed by Rafalsky
Bros. Owen J. Bowen, Artist.
6 SKETCH OF RESIDENCE ON WEST SEVENTY-
SIXTH STREET, N. Y. CITY. Lamb & Rich,
Architects. Drawn by F. E. Walb.ce.
7 PORTAL OF OT TO HENRY'S PALACE, HEIDEL
BERG. Drawn by Sidney L. Smith. Lent by the
Century Company.
8 CORNER OF PARLOR IN HOUSE AT SEA-
BRIGHT, N. J. Geo. A. Freeman, Architect. Drawn
by B. G. Goodhue.
9 BITS OF ITALIAN DETAIL. Drawn from Photo.
by E. R. Tilton. Loaned by Building.
iо HOUSE AT TUXEDO. William A. Bates, Architect,
ir HOUSE AT NARRAGANSETT PIER, R. I. Joseph
H. Taft, Architect.
12 SKETCH OF RESIDENCE AT WASHINGTON, D. C.
Robert Stead, Architect. Drawn by W. Campbel.
13 COMPETITION DRAWING FOR THE "WORLD"
BUILDING. R. H. Robertson, Architect. Drawn
by Henry Neu.
14 DOOR OF BOURGES CATHEDRAL. Drawn by
Herbert Pierson.
15 PLANTINS' PRIVATE OFFICE. Drawn by Joseph
Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.
16 FARM HOUSE. Ernest Rollin Tilton, Architect.
17 COTTAGE. W. S. Knowles, Architect.
18 COTTAGE AT SHARON, CONN. Berg & Clark,
Architects. Drawn by C. I. Berg.
19 COTTAGE AT EAST ORANGE, N. J. Berg & Clark.
20 OLD FARM HOUSE AND ALTERATIONS. Joseph
H. Taft, Architect. Drawn by A. L. Bornstein.
21 HOUSE AT CLAYMONT, DEL. W. E. Jackson,
Architect. Drawn by D. A. Gregg.
22 STUDY FOR CHANCEL. Designed by F. S. Lamb
and C. R. Lamb.
23 COTTAGE. W. S. Knowles, Architect.
24 VESTRY, OFFICES AND SCHOOLS. Charles C.
Haight, Architect.
25 HOUSE AT BON REPOS. Berg & Clark, Archi
tects.
26 CHIMNEY PIECE IN TOWN HALL OF COUR-
TRAI. Sketched by Arthur Rotch, Architect.
27 SKETCHES OF HOUSE AT SWAMPSCOTT,
MASS. Arthur Little, Architect. Drawn by G. P.
Fernold.
28 BACK OF PUBLIC GARDENS, VENICE. Drawn by
Edward P. Sperry.
29 ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH AT MOUNT VER
NON, Y.
N. George Martin Huss, Architect.
Drawn by E. T. Hapgood.
30 BUILDING AT MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Babb,
Cook & Willard, Architects.
31 HOUSE AT MARLBOROUGH, MASS. Edward T.
Hapgood, Architect
32 SKETCHES AT SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. Arthur
Little, Architect. Drawn by G. P. Fernold.
33 DINING-ROOM IN BEACON STREET, BOSTON.
Arthur Little, Architect. Drawn by G. Fernold.
34 MILAN CATHEDRAL. Etched by Otto H. Bacher.
35 ENTRANCE GATE, " IDLEHOUR," OAKDALE,
L. I. R. M. Hunt, Architect.
36 DINING-ROOM, HOUSE AT JAMAICA PLAINS.
C. Howard Walker, Architect.
37 HOTEL LUDLOW, BOSTON, MASS. Walker &
Best, Architects.
38 DESIGN FOR MANHATTAN ATHLETIC CLUB.
Thayer & Robinson, Architects.
39 ST. ANN'S CHAPEL, NEW YORK. Henry S. Ihnen,
Architect.
40 NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE. Etched by
F. Leo Hunter.
41 ENTRANCE TO " IDLEHOUR," FOR WM. K
VANDERBILT, ESQ. R. M. Hunt, Architect.
42 HALL, HOUSE AT CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. C.
Howard Walker, Architect.
43 GARFIELD MEMORIAL WINDOW. Luc. Olivier
Merson.
44 MR. A. A. HEALY'S
COTTAGE AT COLD
SPRING-ON-HUDSON. J. D. Hunter, Jr., Archi
tect.
45 ALCHEMISTIC SIGNS. Drawn by E. Colonna.
46 BAS-RELIEFS FOR THE YALE MEMORIAL
BUILDING. Modeled by Ed. Kemeys.
47 MEMORIAL HALL, YALE UNIVERSITY. Bruce
Price, Architect. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.
"
HALL, MILBANK," GREENWICH, CONN. Lamb
48
& Rich, Architects.
49 DESIGN FOR STAINED-GLASS WINDOW. De
signed by the Tiffany Glass Co.
50 COTTAGE. Clarence Luce, Architect. Loaned by the
Ait Age.
51 DESIGN FOR STAINED-GLASS WINDOW. De
signed by the Tiffany Glass Co.
52 OLD HOUSES, LAMORIA, SPAIN. Etched by H. L.
Schladermundt.
53 SKETCH OF ENGINE HOUSE IN DETROIT,
MICH. Donaldson & Meier, Architects.
54 SKETCH OF SMALL ALTAR, SAN MARCO.
Sketched by J. A. Schweinfurth.
55 SKETCH FOR HOUSE AT HARRISON, N. Y.
Charles A. Gifford, Architect. Drawn by E. L. Mes
senger.
56 CEILING OF BUFFALO MUSIC HALL. Designed
by J. G. Eppendorff.
57 SKETCHES IN ITALY. Sketched by T. Henry
Randall.
58 RESIDENCE OF B. B. SCHNEIDER, ESQ., AT
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. Rossiter & Wright,
Architects.
59 SKETCH, ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. Donaldson &
Meier, Architects.
60 LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL. Drawn by J. King James.
61 SKETCH, DISTRICT SCHOOL-HOUSE AT WASH
INGTON, CONN. Rossiter & Wright, Architects.
62 WEST FRONT OF MONTICELLO. JEFFERSON'S
HOME. Drawn by H. Fenn. Loaned by the
Century Company.
63 RECEPTION ROOM FRIEZE. Designed by Muz-
zey & Eppendorf.
64 CHURCH OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE. Etched
by Otto H. Bacher.
65 LITTLE FALLS HOTEL. Gilbert & Taylor, Archi
tects.
66 SKETCH, APSE OF CHURCH OF MURANO.
Sketch by J. A. Schweinfurth.
67 PHOTOGRAPH, MOTT HAVEN, N. Y., N. Y. C.
AND H. R. R. R., i38th ST. R. H. Robertson &
A. J. Manning, Architects.
68 UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY'S BUILD
ING, NEW YORK. Robert W. Gibson, Architect.
69 TOWERS OF HOTEL, BIG STONE GAP, VA.
Brunner & Tryon, Architects.
70 CLUB HOUSE FOR THE N. J. A. C. Howe &
Rowe, Architects.
71 SKETCH FOR CHURCH WINDOW. Designed by
the Tiffany Glass Co.

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72 TOWER OF THE MANGIA SIENA. Drawn by J. D.
Woodward. Loaned by the Century Company.
73 CORNER OF COURT-YARD (PLANTIUS). Drawn
by Joseph Pennell. Loaned by the Century Com
pany.
74 DESIGNS FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed by the
Tiffany Glass Co.
75 DESIGN FOR REREDOS. Designed by Chas. R.
Lamb.
76 DESIGN FOR A COUNTRY HOUSE. Joseph W.
Northrop, Architect.
77 HOUSE AT NATCHEZ, MISS. S. V. Stratton, Archi
tect.
78 A BIT OF DETAIL FROM THE SAN CARLO.
Lamb & Rich, Architects.
79 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR MANHATTAN
ATHLETIC CLUB. H. J. Hardenberg, Architect.
80 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed by
Tiffany Glass Co.
81 DESIGN FOR MARBLE ALTAR. Designed by
Charles R. Lamb.
82 "CLAYMONT COURT," VIRGINIA. Drawn by
William A. Bates.
83 ST. TROPHINE, ARLES. Sketched by Herbert
Pierson.
84 ENTRANCE GRILLES, HOUSE OF W. K. VAN-
DERBILT, ESQ. Executed by Moreau Freres,
Paris.
85 THE WASHINGTON HOTEL, KANSAS CITY, MO.
Bruce Price, Architect.
86 S. MARK'S, VENICE.Etched by Otto H. Bacher.
Price, $40.
87 MR. A. LITTLE'S ROOM, BOSTON, MASS. Drawn
by G. P. Fernold.
88 SKETCH IN VENICE. Drawn by H. T. Schlader-
mundt.
89 SAN PABLO, SEVILLE, SPAIN. Sketched by Arthur
Rotch.

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90 PROPOSED SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL TOWER FOR
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Henry O. Avery,
Architect.
91 A COUNTRY CLUB HOUSE. Little & O'Connor,
Architects.
92 ROOM IN No. S3 W. 39tH ST., N. Y. CITY. Little &
O'Connor, Architects. Drawn by Alvan C. Nye.
93 COTTAGE, SEABRIGHT, N. J. A. Page Brown, Archi
tect.
94 DWELLING, N. Y. CITY. Joseph H. Taft, Architect.
Drawn by A. L. Bornstein.
95 CORNER OF MANHATTAN WAREHOUSE. Drawn
by Arnold W. Brunner.
96 MUSIC. Painted by Owen J. Bowen.
97 DRYDEN'S MONUMENT, WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Loaned by the Century
Company.
98 LOGGIA DI LANZI, FLORENCE. Drawn by Joseph
Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.
99 RESIDENCE OF MRS. JEREMIAH MILBANK,
GREENWICH, CONN. Lamb & Rich, Architects.
100 CASINO FOR BAR HARBOR. W. Eyre, Jr., Archi
tect.
10 1 SKETCHES IN GREECE AND ASIA MINOR.
Drawn by Francis H. Bacon.
102 PART OF VESTIBULE CEILING OF PONCE DE
LEON HOTEL. Designed by George W. Maynard.
103 HENRY VIII. CHAPEL, WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Loaned by the Century
Company.
104 SHRINE OF EDWARD THE CONFESSOR. Drawn
by Joseph Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.
105 HOUSE AT ORANGE, N. J. Rossiter & Wright,
Architects.
106 PERSIAN DOORWAY. Drawn by Harry Fenn. Loaned
by the Century Company.
107 CHRIST TAKEN CAPTIVE. By Owen J. Bowen.
108 A COUNTRY CLUB HOUSE. Little & O'Connor,
Architects.
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109 CHATEAU DE RAMBURES. Drawn by E.
Masqueray.
11o CHURCH FOR BELCHERTOWN, MASS. George
Martin Huss, Architect. Drawn E. T. Hapgood.
III ST. JOHN'S, FROM THE EAST, N.Y. CITY. Etched
by H. S. Ihnen.
112 SUGGESTION FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed by
Owen F. Bowen.
113 HOUSE AT NEWPORT. R. H. Robertson, Architect.
1 14 OFFICE OF ARTHUR LITTLE. Arthur Little, Archi
tect.
115 FORD'S HOSPITAL, COVENTRY, ENGLAND. J.
King James.
116 SKETCH ON THE GRAND CANAL, VENICE. Drawn
by Martin Rico.
117 CAMPANILE OF ST. MARK'S, VENICE, Drawn by
J. A. Schweinfurth.
1 18 ALTERATION FOR ST. LUKE'S, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Jos. H. Taft, Architect. Drawn by C. S. Luce.
1 19 COLOR STUDIES. Painted by George C. Palmer.
120 FORD'S HOSPITAL, COVENTRY, ENGLAND. J.
King James.
121 STABLE AND WINDMILL AT SEABRIGHT, N.J.
A. Page Brown, Architect.
122 GIRAUD-TORLONIA PALACE, ROME, ITALY.
Drawn by Ernest Rollin Tilton. Loaned by
Building.
123 SOME COLONIAL DOORWAYS. Drawn by Ernest
Rollin Tilton. Loaned by Building.
124 SITTING ROOM MANTEL, 8 WEST 53D ST., NEW
YORK CITY. Charles T. Mott, Architect.
125 COUNTRY HOUSE. C. Edwards, Architect.
126 OLD COURT IN LIMBURG - ON - THE - LAHN.
Drawn by Arnold W. Brunner.
127 SKETCH FOR HIGH SCHOOL. Warren R. Briggs,
Architect
128 WARTBURG. Sketched by Lothar A. M. Von Grave.
129 TRAVELING SKETCHES OF DECORATIVE
WORK. Drawn by William B. Bigelow.
30 DESIGN FOR A LENOX HOUSE. J. A. Schwein
furth.
31 HOUSE AT CONEMAUGH, PA. George Martin Huss,
Architect. Drawn by E. T. Hapgood.
32 ALPHA DELTA PHI HALL AT AMHERST. Lamb
& Rich, Architects.
33 DESIGN FOR CITY FRONT. J. C. A. Heriot, Archi

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tect, Albany, N. Y.
34 A COLONIAL HALL. Fred R. Hasselman.
COMPETITIVE DESIGN, UNITED STATES
TRUS Г. Babb, Cook & Willard, Architects.
136 HISTORIC HOUSES IN NEW YORK: THE AP-
1 HORPE HOUSE, THE GRANGE, THE
ROGER MORRIS MANSION. A. W. Colgate.
i37 THE OLD SCHOOL-HOUSE, HARROW-ON-THE-
HILL. Drawn by Jos. Pennell. Loaned by the
Century Company.
138 HOUSE AT TRANQUILITY, N. J. Renwick, Aspin-
wall & Russell, Architects.
i39 DESIGN FOR NEWPORT RESIDENCE. J. A.
Schweinfurth, Architect.
140 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth.
i41 KNEELAND MEMORIAL CHANCEL, TRINITY
CHURCH, LENOX, MASS. Wm. C. Brocklesby,
Architect. Drawn by D. A. Gregg.
i42 IN THE NAVE, WESTMINSTER. Jos. Fennel,
Artist.
Loaned by the Century Company.
i43 METHODIST BOOK CONCERN. E. H. Kendall,
Architect. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.
144 SUBURBAN CHURCH AND COUNTRY HOUSE.
Rotch & Tilden, Architects.
145 HALL WINDOW IN STAINED GLASS. Designed
by Tiffany Glass Co.
146 INTERIOR SKETCHES. Brunner & Tryon, Archi
tects.
i47 DESIGN FOR CITY HOUSES. W. B. Tubby, Archi
tect.
148 INTERIOR. Little & O'Conner, Architects. Drawn by
A. C. Nye.
149 BOW BELLS, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. Sketched by
Jos. Penncll. Loaned by the Century Company.
150 DESIGN FOR BOATMEN'S SAVINGS BANK.
Eames & Young, Architects.
151 JOAN OF ARC MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed
by the Tiffany Glass Co.
152 NEW CHEMICAL LABORATORY FOR COLBY
UNIVERSITY. Stevens & Cobb, Architects.
153 PROPOSED MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS, WASHING
TON, D. C. Willis Polk, Architect.
154 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR COUNTRY CLUB
HOUSE, NEW YORK ATHLETIC CLUB.
George Martin Huss, Architect. Drawn by Clarence
Luce.
155 COMPETITIVE DRAWING FOR UNITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY. R. M. Hunt, Architect.
156 NEW PHYSICAL LABORATORY, COLBY UNIVER
SITY. John Calvin Stevens. Albert Winslow Cobb.
Architect.
157 MEMORIAL LIBRARY FOR MRS. H. H. BAXTER,
RUTLAND, VT. Brunner & Tryon, Architects.
158 DESIGN FOR MOORISH ROOM. Designed and
drawn by John Du Fais.
159 STUDY FOR TOMB. A. Page Brown, Architect.
160 COMPETITIVE DESIGN, ORANGE CLUB. H.
Hudson Holly, Architect.
161 CHURCH. R. M. Upjohn, Architect.
162 RESIDENCE OF MR. R. S. BROOKINGS. Eames &
Young, Architects,
163 SKETCH FOR UNION CHURCH AT BAR HARBOR,
ME. Wilson Eyre, Architect.
164 DESIGN AND SKETCH, CHRIST CHURCH, N. Y.
Chas. C. Haight, Architect.
165 OLD HOUSE AT ORLEANS. Drawn by Arnold W.
Brunner.
166 NEW WHIG AND CLIO HALLS, PRINCETON COL
LEGE. A. Page Brown, Architect.
167 SUGGESTIONS FOR THEATRE DECORATION.
Owen J. Bowen, Artist.

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168 SKETCH FOR APARTMENT HOUSE FOR MR.
SPENCER. Thayer & Robinson, Architects.
169 THREE STUDIES FOR CHURCH, PITTSFIELD,
MASS. Peabody & Sterns, Architects.
170 HOUSE AT TUXEDO PARK. R. H. Robertson,
Architect.
171 ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, BROOKLYN. Parfitt
Bros., Architects.
172 STUDY FOR A MAUSOLEUM. A. Page Brown,
Architect. Augustus St. Gaudens, Sculptor.
173 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE BUILDING AT
ST. PAUL, MINN, Babb, Cook & Willard, Archi
tects.
174 BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY, PRINCETON COL
LEGE. A. Page Brown, Architect.
175 HOTEL DE VILLE, NOYON. Drawn by H. C. Bas
sen.
176 DINING-ROOM FURNITURE. Percy Griffin, Archi
tect.
177 SKETCHES FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed by
the Tiffany Glass Co.
178 SKETCH FOR BLEEKER VAN WAGENEN, MON
TROSE, N. J. Rossiter & Wright, Architects.
Drawn by F. A. Wright.
179 HOUSE FOR M. H. CLARK, JAMESTOWN, N. Y.
Edward T. Hapgood, Architect.
180 OLD COLONIAL HALL. Frank E. Wallis, Architect.
181 STA. GERUSA LEMME, BOLOGNA, ITALY.
Sketched by J. A. Schweinfurth.
182 HOUSES AT ORANGE, N. J. Rossiter & Wright,
Architects.
183 ROOM OF JUSTUS LIPSIUS, PLANTIN MUSEUM.
Sketched by Joseph Pennell. Loaned by the Cen
tury Company.
184 COUNTRY HOUSE. Percy Griffin, Architect.
185 COTTAGE FOR DR. W. F. FLUHRER. Brunner &
Tryon, Architects.
186 HOUSE AT MORRISTOWN, N. J. Bruce Price,
Architect,

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1 87 DESIGN No. William
2. S. Eames & Thomas C.
Young, Architects.
188 HALL IN MRS. WM. HAMLIN'S HOUSE. Marling
& Burdett, Architects.
189 STUDY FOR RESIDENCE. James & James, Archi
tects.
190 SKETCH OF THE SAN CARLO, NEW YORK.
Lamb & Rich, Architects.
19! COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR CHURCH. Frank
E. Wallis, Architect.
192 NOTES ABOUT ROME. Drawn by J. A. Schwein-
furth.
193 SKETCH OF AN OLD N. Y. MANSION. Drawn by
Ernest Rollin Tilton.
194 VILLAGE LIBRARY. R. H. Robertson, Architect.
Drawn by Hughson Hawley.
195 SKETCH OF THE CHAPEL OF GOOD SHEP
HERD, BLACKWELL'S ISLAND, N. Y. CITY.
Frederick C. Withers, Architect.
196. PULPIT OF ST. PAUL'S, N. Y. Drawn by C. A.
Vanderhoof.
197 HOUSE OF MRS. G. P. BOWLER, MT. DESERT.
Rotch & Tilden, Architects. Drawn by Arnold W.
Brunner. Loaned by the Century Company.
r98 IN GRAVEYARD AT HATFIELD, MASS. Drawn
by Frank French. Price, $30.00.
199 SKETCH FOR LIBRARY FRIEZE. Designed by
Muzzey & Eppendorff.
200 CASTLE OF POPPI CASTLE, CASENTINO,
ITALY. Sketched by Harry Fenn. Loaned by the
Century Company.
201 CHURCH AT WESTON MASS. Peabody & Stearns,
Architects.
202 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR N. Y. ATHLETIC
CLUB COUNTRY HOUSE. Youngs & Cable,
Architects. C. Luce. Pinxit.
203 IN THE CATHEDRAL, NEVERS. Drawn by Arnold
W. Brunner.
204 SKETCH, TOLEDO, SPAIN. Sketched by H. T.
Schaldermundt.
205 STREET IN TETUAN. Sketched by H. T Schlader-
mundt.
206 PORTICO OF BAGLI FLIDOZE, PERSIA. Drawn
by J. D. Woodward. Loaned by the Century
Company.
207 COUNTRY CLUB OF WESTCHESTER. Renwick,
Aspinwall & Russell, Architects.
208 STUDY FOR BOATMENS' SAVINGS BANK, ST.
LOUIS, MO. Burnham & Root, Architects. Drawn
by Paul C. Lautrup.
209 CLUB HOUSE, BEACON STREET, BOSTON,
MASS. McKim, Mead & White, Architects. Loaned
by the Century Company.
210 PROPOSED SOLDIER'S MEMORIAL CAMPANILE
FOR PLAZA OF PROSPECT PARK, BROOK
LYN, N. Y. Henry O. Avery, Architect. Drawn
by A. E. Davis.
211 COTTAGE FOR WM. HAMILTON GIBSON. Rossi-
ter & Wright, Architects.
212 CHAPEL OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, GENERAL
THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. Charles C. Haight,
Architect.
213 DESIGN FOR COUNTRY HOUSE. Edward T. Hap-
good, Architect.
214 SKETCHES IN ITALY. Sketched by T. Henry Ran
dall.
215 HOUSE IN BROOKLINE, MASS. Peabody & Sterns,
Architects.
216 MEMORIAL LIBRARY, RUTLAND, VT. Brunner
& Tryon, Architects.

217 THE POWER OF LOVE. Theodore Baur, Sculptor.


Loaned by F. S. Church.
218 ADORING ANGELS, FOR MOSAIC. Designed by
Maitland Armstrong.
219 FULL SIZE STUDY FOR MOSAIC. Designed by
Maitland Armstrong.
ST. PIERRE, CAEN. DRAWN BY T. HENRY RANDALL.

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Z20 A PORTRAIT GROUP. Modeled by J. S. Hartley.


Lent by the Sculptor.
221 MIDDLE PORTION OF FRIEZE, "DANCING
CHILDREN." Modeled by Theodore Baur. Lent
by the Sculptor, Price, $125 Ivory toned copies.
;

222 BAS-RELIEF, "BUFFALO HUNT." Modeled by Ed.


Lent by the Sculptor.
Kemeys.
223 WEDGEWOOD PLAQUE. Lent by H. B. Herts &
Sons. Price, $35.
224 WEDGEWOOD PLAQUE. Lent by H. B. Herts &
Sons. Price, $50.
225 SMALL TAPESTRY, "TWILIGHT." Designed by
Miss Dora Wheeler. Lent by the Associated Artists.
Price, $200.
226 SPIRIT STAINED WHITE HOLLY PANEL. Lent
by Yandell & Co. Price, $40.
227 REREDOS, DECORATED PANELS. Designed by C.
R. Lamb. J. Lent by & R. Lamb.
228 SKETCH FOR LIBRARY CEILING AND FRIEZE.
Casado of Spain, Artist. Lent by Herter Bros.
229 THE SINGING BOYS. Della Robbia, Sculptor. Lent
by Cottier & Co.
230 CARVED WOOD PANEL. L. Frullini, Sculptor.
Lent by Herter Bros.
231 LOUIS XVI. MAHOGANY CARVING. Lent by
Johnstone, Norman & Co., makers, London, Eng
land.
232 TWO OLD ITALIAN IVORY INLAID PANELS.
Lent by H. B. Herts & Sons. Price, $35.
PAIR CARVED PILASTERS, " DOLPHIN AND
233
CUPID." Joseph Ferrari, Carver. Lent by the
Artist. Price, $100 the pair.
234 PAIR CARVED PANELS, " MARINE AND AGRI
CULTURE." Joseph Ferrari, Carver. Lent by the
Artist. Price, $270 the pair.
235 "THREE FATES." Painted by Miss Dora Wheeler.
Lent by the Artist. Price, $100.
236 "AMONG THE BLOSSOMS." Painted by H. Siddons
Mowbray. Lent by John Gellatly.
237 PANEL OF WOOD CARVING. L. Frullini, Scalptor.
Lent by Herter Bros.
238 FIRST THOUGHT FOR MEMORIAL WINDOW,
CENTRE CHURCH, HARTFORD. Designed by
F. Crovvninshield. Lent by the Artist.
239 DECORATIVE TREATMENT FOR MAHOGANY.
Lent by Cottier & Co.
240 CARVED TEAK WOOD DOOR, OPEN WORK
PANEL. Lent by Lockwood De Forest. Price, $75.
241 GATEWAY OF THE TOMB OF THE FIRST
TOKUGAMA SHOGUN, EYEYASU. Painted
by Theodore Wores. Lent by the Artist. Price,
$500.
242 MADONNA AND CHILD. Sculptor, Della Robbia.
Lent by Cottier & Co.
243 PANEL OF WOOD CARVING. Sculptor, L. Frullini.
Lent by Herter Bros.
244 TWO OLD ITALIAN IVORY INLAID PANELS.
Lent by H. B. Herts & Sons. Price, $35.
245 CARVED PANEL. Carver, Joseph Ferrari. Lent by
the Artist. Price, $60.
246 WATTEAU PANEL. Vernis Martin. Lent by Mar
cotte & Co.
247 MURAL PANEL, DECORATION ON GOLD. Painted
by William Walton. Lent by the Artist. Price,
$50.
248 INLAY ON MAPLE WITH MEDALLIONS. Designed
and Executed by Johnstone, Norman & Co., London,
Eng.
249 DECORATIVE TREATMENT OF GARDEN PEA.
Designed by F. Crowninshield. Lent by the Artist.
250 MOSAIC, ALABASTER AND MARBLE ALTAR AND
RE RE DOS. Designed by Charles R. Lamb. Lent
by J. & R. Lamb.
251 SKETCH FOR MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed
by F. Crowninshield. Lent by the Artist.
252 TWO ADORING ANGELS. Cartoon and Drawings.
Designed by Ella Condie Lamb. Lent by J. R.
Lamb.
253 DECORATIVE PANEL— BOYS FEEDING DOVES.
Painted by Henry Oliver Walker. Lent by the
Artist
254 JAPANESE INLAID PANEL. Lent by Herter
Bros.
255 STUDY FOR WINDOW. Lent by the Artist, Will
H. Low.
256 STAINED GLASS AND REREDOS. Designed by
F. S. Lamb and C. R. Lamb. Lent by the Artists.
257 STUDY FOR WINDOW. Lent by the artist, Will H.
Low.
258 CABINET DOORS, PAINTED ON EBONY. Lent by
Cottier & Co.
259 INLAY IN MAHOGANY. Designed and executed by
Johnstone, Norman & Co., London, Eng
260 MARBLE AND OAK REREDOS, DECORATIVE
PANELS. Designed by Charles R. Lamb and Ella
Condie Lamb. Lent by the Artists.
261 DOOR LOUIS XV. BRONZE GILT FRAME. Lent
by Allard & Sons.
262 CABINET DOORS PAINTED ON EBONY. Lent by
Cottier & Co.
263 SONG. Artist, Taxile Doat. Lent by Herter Bros.
264 SKETCH FOR DECORATIVE PANEL. Painted by
J. Crawford Thorn. Lent by the Artist.
265 PAIR CARVED PILASTERS. Joseph Ferrari, Carver.
Lent by the Artist, Price, $160 the pair.
266 PAIR CARVED PANELS. Joseph Ferrari, Carver.
Lent by the Artist. Price, $270 the pair.

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" EVENING." Painted by F. S. Church. Lent by
267
John Gellatly.
268 PAINTING. Taxile Doat, Artist. Lent by Herter
Bros.
269 LIMOGES ENAMELS, APPLIED. Lent by Allard &
Sons.

270 WEDGEWOOD PLAQUE. Lent' by H. B. Herts


Sons. Price, $75.
271 ORPHEUS, ST. CECILIA, SAPHO, PIANO DECOR
ATIONS. F. V. Hart, Artist. Lent by Cottier
& Co.
272 MIDDLE PANEL FOR TRIPTYCK (CHIMNEY
PIECE.) Painted by Frank Fowler. Lent by
the Artist.
273 DECORATIVE PANEL. Painted by Miss Ida F.
Clarke. Lent by The Associated Artists. Price,
$150.
274 DECORATIVE HEAD.
Painted by M. B. Oden-
heimer Fowler. Lent by the Artist. Price, $60.
275 SKETCH FOR MOORISH ROOM. Lent by Herter
Bros.
276 THE SEA FAIRY.
" Whither away ? listen and stay;
Mariner, mariner, fly no more."
— Tennyson.
Modeled by Clio Hinton. Lent by the Artist. Price,
original. $150 ; duplicates, $25.
277 "LAW." Sketched by J. Carroll Beckwith. Lent by the
Artist.
278 IDEAL HEAD. Modeled by Max Schwarzott. Lent
by the Sculptor.
279 SKETCH FOR DINING-ROOM, RESIDENCE OF
WILLIAM H. VANDERBILT, ESQ. Lent by
Herter Bros.
280 "AN ALLEGORY" Modeled by Theodore Baur.
Lent by the Sculptor.
281 PANEL FOR MUSIC-ROOM. Modeled by Max
Schwarzott. Lent by the Sculptor.

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28z MERMAID AND SEA WOLF. Modeled by Mrs. H.
Hinton, after F. S. Church. Lent by W. T. Evans,
Jersey City.
283 FRAGMENT OF A FRIEZE. Modeled by Theodore
Baur. Lent by the Sculptor.
284 DANCING BACCHANTE. Modeled by Theodore
Baur. Lent by the Sculptor.
285 MADONNA. Modeled by Max Schwarzott. Lent by the
Sculptor.
286 DESIGN FOR CEILING. Painted by F. Marschall.
Lent by the Artist.
287 CUPID AND DOLPHIN. Modeled by Theodore Baur.
Lent by the Sculptor.
288 "THE LANTERNS." Painted by Albert Moore. Lent
by Mrs. Louis C. Tiffany.
289 HYPOSTYLE HALL, GREAT TEMPLE OF AM-
MON AT KARMAK, THEBES. Paintedby Edwin
Howland Blashfield. Lent by the Artist.
290 TEMPLE OF KOM OMBOS, UPPER EGYPT.
Painted by Edwin Howland Blashfield. Lent by the
Artist.
This temple is gradually being carried away by the Nile.

291 FIRST COURT, TEMPLE OF RAMSES III. AT


MEDMET HABOO, THEBES. Painted by Edwin
Howland Blashfield. Lent by the Artist.
292 INTERIOR OF A POTTERY AT KENEH, UPPER
EGYPT. Painted by Edwin Howland Blashfield.
Lent by the Artist.
293 EXTERIOR OF TEMPLE OF ISIS ON THE ISLAND
PHIL^E IN NORTHERN NUBIA. Painted by
Edwin Howland Blashfield. Lent by the Artist.
294 INTERIOR OF TEMPLE OF ISIS AT PHIL.* IN
SOUTHERN NUBIA. (The coloring upon the
walls is more than 2,000 yearsold.) Painted by
Edward Howland Blashfield. Lent by the Artist.
295 "JACOB WRESTLING WITH THE ANGEL."
Painted by Kenyon Cox. Lent by the Artist. Price,
$2,000.

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296 PLAIN OF THEBES AND MOUNTAIN CONTAIN
ING TOMBS OF THE KINGS. Painted by Edwin
Howland Blashfield. Lent by the Artist.
297 TEMPLE OF KHON SOO AT KARNAK, THEBES.
Painted by Edwin Howland Blashfield. Lent by the
Artist.
298 TEMPLE OF HORUS AT EDFON UPPER EGYPT.
Painted by Edwin Howland Blashfield. Lent by the
Artist.
299 NILE BOAT, LOOKING FROM UPPER DECK.
Painted by Edwin Howland Blashfield. Lent by the
Artist.
300 INTERIOR OF TEMPLE OF HORUS AT EDFON,
UPPER EGYPT. Painted by Edwin Howland
Blashfield. Lent by the Artist.
301 ANTIQUE ROMAN MOSAICS. Lent by Heiter Bros.
302 ITALIAN MOSAIC. Lent by Charles S. Smith.
" MEDUSA." Painted by Louis
303 J. Rhead. Lent by the
Artist.
304 PROCESSIONAL COLOR STUDY. Designed by F.
S. Lamb. Lent by the Artist.
305 MEMORIAL TEMPLE OF THE SHOGUN EYE-
MITZ, NIKKO, JAPAN. Painted by Theodore
Wares. Lent by the Artist. Price, $2,000.
This forms the last of a series of highly ornamental gates or
arches that memorial temple and tomb of Eyemitz,
lead to the
the grandson of E)evasn, founder of the Tokygama Dynasty of
Shoguns. Successive flights of stone steps lead through the
temple grounds to the tomb, passing through a number of these
magnificent gates. After the last gate and the shrine comes one
final flight, and there, as a crowning point to this magnificence,
the visitor is confronted by a simple, yet dignified, bronze tomb
surrounded by tall and stately eryptomeria trees. This strong
contrast serves to make an impression of profound dignity and
repose which magnificence alone would fail to convey.

306 DECORATIVE DOOR PANELS IN EBONY. Lent


by Cottier & Co.
307 PAINTING ON AMETHYST. School of Guido Reni.
Lent by Charles S. Smith.

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308 INSPIRATION. Painted by Edwin Howland Blashfield.
Lent by the Artist.
309 CARVED TEAK WOOD DOOR. Lent by Lockwood
De Forest. Price, $35.
310 CARVED TEAK WOOD DOOR, LONG PANEL.
Lent by Lockwood De Forest. Price, $45.
311 PHASES OF THE MOON. Artist, Taxile Doat. Lent
by Herter Bros.
312 SIXTEENTH CENTURY ENTOMBMENT BRONZE.
Lent by Charles S. Smith,
313 LOVE'S SEE SAW. Artist, Taxile Doat. Lent by
Herter Bros.
314 FOUNTAIN OF PURIFICATION, NIKKO, JAPAN.
Painted by Theodore Wores. Lent by the Artist.
Price, $1,000.
Before every temple fountains of this kind, though generally
less costly in structure, are sought
by the visitors and pilgrim,
to make their ablutions before entering the shrines.

315 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS PANEL, "NAR


CISSE," Painted by A. G Locke. Lent by Tidden
& Arnold.
316 FRAGMENT OF A WALL DECORATION, "VIN
TAGE FESTIVAL." Painted by Robert F. Blum.
Lent by the artist.
317 COLOR STUDY FOR LARGE DECORATION, FOR
JOHN E. PARSONS, ESQ. Designed by F. S.
Lamb. Lent by the artist.
" BOY AND DOVE." Painted by Henry Oliver Walker.
318
Lent by the artist.
319 WATTEAU PANEL, VERNIS MARTIN. Lent by
Marcotte & Co.
320 WATTEAU PANEL, VERNIS MARTIN. Lent by
Marcotte & Co.
321 DECORATIVE PANEL FOR TOP OF THREEFOLD
SCREEN. Painted by Frank Fowler. Lent by the
artist.
322 HUNTER COLOR STUDY OF PORTION OF HUNT
ING FRIEZE, FOR CHAS. LANIER, ESQ. De
signed by F. S. Lamb. Lent by the artist.

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323 "A DECORATION, WINGED ALLEGORICAL FIG
URE." Painted by T. W. Dewing. Lent by John
Gellatly.
324 "TWILIGHT." Painted by F. S. Church. Lent by
W. T. Evans, Jersey City.
325 PERSIAN EMBROIDERY, OUTLINED WITH
THREADS OF GOLD. Lent by S. P. Avery.
326 STAGES OF LOVE. Solon, Artist. Lent by Herter
Bros.
327 "SPRING." Painted by J.Carrol Beckwith. Lent by
the Artist. Price, $200.
328 ORATORY OF GOUGEN SAMA AT SHIBA, TOK I.
Painted by Theodore Wores. Lent by the Artist.
Price, $2,500.
The Oratory of Gougen Sama forms one of a group of Memo
rial Temples of the Shoguns at Shiba, Tokio.
This magnificent specimen of Buddhist architecture, nearly
three hundred years old, is built of wood and entirely covered
with colored lacquers and gilt. The roof, covered with bronze
tiles, projects to such a degree as to afford perfect protection to
the building against rain and storm, and centuries of exposure
have not dimmed its splendor.

329 SKETCH FOR LIBRARY FOR MRS. POTTER


PALMER, CHICAGO. Lent by Herter Bros.
330 A WAYSIDE SHRINE, NIKKO, JAPAN. Painted
by Theodore Wores. Lent by the Artist. Price,
$500.
Old moss-covered, red lacquered, Shinto shrines, with stone
Tor it (literally Bird's
Rest) before them, placed amidst dense,
green foliage.

331 MODEL FOR BRONZE DOORS. Modeled by Max


Schwarzott. Lent by the Sculptor.
332 DAMASCUS WINDOW SHUTTER INLAID WITH
LEAD. Lent by Lockwood De Forest. Price, $40.
333 BAS RELIEF, SITTING BULL. Modeled by Ed.
Kerney. Lent by the Sculptor.
334 DAMASCUS WINDOW SHUTTERS, INLAID WITH
PEARL. Lent by Lockwood De Forest. Price,
$40.

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335 DOOR KNOCKER. Modeled by Theodore Baur. Lent
by the Sculptor. Price, $75 for original model.
336 OLD HENRY SECOND CHAIR, Old Flemish Leather.
Lent by Yandell & Co. Price, $i50.
337 ITALIAN CHAIR, Venetian Hand Tooled, Lent by
Yandell & Co. Price, $75.
338 CROMVVELLIAN CHAIR. Old Flemish Leather. Lent
by Yandell & Co. Price, $115.
339 MAHOGANY CHAIR. Hand-tooled Venetian Leather.
Lent by Yandell & Co. Price, $200.
340 OAK CHAIR. Hand-tooled Venetian Leather. Lent
by Yandell & Co. Price, $175.
341 CARDO VA SIDE CHAIR. Eagle Design. Lent by
Yandell & Co. Price, $50.
342 OAK ARM CHAIR. Illuminated Leather. Heraldic
Design. Lent by Yandell & Co. Price, $65.
343 SALAMANCA CHAIR. Byzantine Leather. Lent by
Yandell & Co. Price, $175.
344 DECORATIVE LEATHER PANELS Venetian.
Lent by Yandell & Co. Price, $400.
345 VENETIAN HAND-TOOLED SCREEN. Awarded
Gold Medal, London, 1885. Lent by Yandell & Co.
346 SCREEN, ITALIAN, 17TH CENTURY. From
Palace in Avignon, 42 Panels in All. Lent by
Yandell & Co. Price, $4,000.
347 DAMASCUS WEDDING CHEST. Lent by Lockwood
De Forest. Price, $75.
348 INDIAN CHEST. Lent by Louis C. Tiffany.
349 OLD PERSIAN RUG. Lent by Louis C. Tiffany.
350 INDIAN SPINDLE WORK. Two Pieces. Lent by
Louis C. Tiffany.
351 CARTOON FOR MEMORIAL WINDOW IN YALE
LIBRARY. Designed and painted by Louis C.
Tiffany. Lent by the Artist.
352 CHURCH EMBROIDERY. One Piece. Lent by
Louis C. Tiffany.
353 INDIAN GUNS. Six Pieces. Lent by Louis C.
Tiffany.
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354 ORIENTAL STUFFS. Six Pieces. Lent by Louis C.
Tiffany.
355 INDIAN HOSE TRAPPINGS. Three Pieces. Lent
by Louis C. Tiffany.
356 LIONESS AND CUBS. Modeled by Ed. Kemeys.
Lent by the Sculptor.
357 ORIGINAL MODELS OF TWO CARYTIDES ON
FOUNTAIN ERECTED AT PORTLAND, ORE,
Olin L. Warner, Sculptor. J. M. Wells, Architect.
358 FLORA, DECORATIVE CEILING PANEL. Mod
eled by J. A. Holzer. Lent by the sculptor.
359 DETACHED PIECES OF OLD LEATHER. Lent by
Yandell & Co.
360 MEMORIAL WINDOW AT ROCK CREEK. Erected
by Gardner G. Hubbard. Cartoon designed and
painted by Will H. Low. Lent by the artist.
361 DECORATIVE COMPOSITIONS. Designed and
drawn by Frederic Crowninshield.
362 INLAY WORK, ON A STOOL DESIGNED BY ALMA-
TADEMA, R. A. Executed by Johnston, Norman
& Co., London, Eng. Lent by H. G. Marquand.
363 ENAMEL ON GLASS, COPY OF OLD CHINESE
EMBROIDERY. Artists, Geo. A. Glaenzer and
A. de Caranza. Lent by the artists. Price, $200.
364 ENAMEL ON GLASS, HERALDIC ESCUTCHEON.
Artist, Geo. A. Glaenzer. Lent by the artist. Price,
$200.
365 CARVED PRDESTAL. Joseph Ferrari, Carver. Lent
by the Artist.Price, $150.
366 CARVED ARM-CHAIR. Lent by Geo. A. Schastey &
Co. Price, $375.
367 CARVED MAHOGONY CHAIR. G. Merlini, Carver,
Lent by John Gellatly.
368 CARVED ARM-CHAIR. Lent by Geo. A. Schastey &
Co. Price, $375.
369 OLD CHINESE EMBROIDERY, FROM WHICH
ENAMELED GLASS WAS COPIED. Lent by
Geo.. A. Glaenzer Price, $50.
369A MUSIC. Modeled by F. E. Elwell. Lent by the
Sculptor.

End of the Catalogue/or the Loan Exhibition of Decorative Art.


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ENTRANCE GALLERY A

370 CHRISTMAS CARD. Prang & Co. Designed by E.


Vedder.
371 CHRISTMAS CARD. Prang & Co. Designed by Alex.
Sandier.
372 CHRISTMAS CARD. Prang & Co. Designed by E.
Vedder.
373 CHRISTMAS CARD. Prang & Co. Designed by Alex
ander Sandier.
374 CHRISTMAS CARD. Prang & Co. Designed by Rosina
Emmet.
375 CHRISTMAS CARD. Prang & Co. Designed by Ella
Pell.
376 DESIGN FOR A CASINO. Designed by H. P. Kirby.
377 ORIGINAL COMPOSITION. Designed by H. P.
Kirby.
378 ST. LIZIER, ARRIEGE, FRANCE. Drawn by H. P.
Kirby.
379 BATES HALL, BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. Mc-
Kim, Mead & White, Architects.
380 OLD COLONNIAL HOUSE. F. E. Wallis, Architect.
381 GLASS MOSAIC PANEL. Designed by Belcher Mo
saic Glass Co.
382 FIRE WORSHIPPER. Designed by Will H. Low.
383 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by J. A. Holzer
for the Tiffany Glass Co.
384 CHANCEL WINDOWS. Designed by Mrs. J. B. Wes
ton for the Tiffany Glass Co.
385 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by E. R. Smith for
the Tiffany Glass Co.
386 DESIGN FOR SKYLIGHT. Designed by Mrs. J. B.
Weston for the Tiffany Glass Co.
387 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by E. R. Smith for
the Tiffany Glass Co.

388 DESIGN FOR SKYLIGHT. Designed by Mrs. J. B.


Weston for the Tiffany Glass Co.


389 HALL WINDOW, FROM DRAWING BY ROBERT
BLUM. Designed by Mrs. J. B. Weston for Tiffany
Glass Co.
390 HALL STAIRCASE WINDOW. Designed by Mrs. J.
B. Weston for Tiffany Glass Co.
.391 VESTIBULE WINDOW. Designed by E. P. Sperry
for Tiffany Glass Co.
392 "BAPTISM." Designed by J. A. Holzer for Tiffany
Glass Co.
393 TRANSOM FOR COTTON EXCHANGE. Designed
by Mrs. J. B. Weston for the Tiffany Glass Co.

394 TRANSOM FOR COTTON EXCHANGE. Designed


by Samuel Howe for the Tiffany Glass Company.
395 HALL WINDOW. Designed by Frank Bell for the
Tiffany Company.
396 HOWLAND MEMORIAL, CHURCH OF HEAV
ENLY REST. Designed by Lyell Carr for the
Tiffany Glass Company.
397 CHANCEL MEMORIALS. Designed by Mrs. J. B.
Weston for the Tiffany Glass Company.
398 TURTLE. Modeled by Ed. Kemeys. Lent by the
Sculptor.
399 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by E. P. Sperry
for the Tiffany Company.
400 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by Miss Edith Mit
chell for Tiffany Glass Co.
401 "DISPUTATION." Designed by Frank D. Millet for
Tiffany Glass Co.
402 OLD COLONIAL HOUSE. F. E. Wallis, Architect.
403 STUDY OF CHANCEL WINDOW. Designed by
Francis Lathrop. Lent by the Artist. Price, $250.
404 SKETCH OF RESIDENCE, PRINCETON, N.J. Page
Brown, Architect. Drawn by B. G. Goodhue.
405 A COUNTRY HOUSE. Little & O'Connor, Archi
tects.
406 HOUSE AT SOUTH AMBOY R. M. Upjohn, Archi
tect.
407 DESIGN FOR A COUNTRY HOUSE. C. W. & A. A.
Stoughton, Architects.
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408 HOUSE FOR C. H. PAYSON. J. C. Stevens and A.
W. Cobb, Architects.
409 OLIVER CROMWELL'S BEDSTEAD. Drawn by
Maurice B. Adams, London, Eng.
410 OLD NEWPORT, R. I. Drawn by Wm. B. Bigelow.
41 r OLD HOUSES IN MARBLEHEAD, MASS. Drawn
by P. G. Gulbranson.
412 VIEW IN THE HALL, C. ADOLPHE LOW'S
HOUSE. Berg & Clark, Architects. Drawn by
G. C. Boll.
413 SKETCH FOR COUNTRY HOUSE. Thayer & Rob
inson, Architects.
414 STORE FRONT. George A. Freeman, Architect.
415 REREDOS, MAUCH CHUNK. R. M. Upjohn
416 DESIGN FOR MAHOGANY CABINET. Drawn by
T. D. Wadelton. Loaned by A. H. Davenport.
.117 DESIGN FOR FULTON AND MARKET NA
TIONAL BANK BUILDING. William B. Tubby,
Architect. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.
418 SKETCH IN HILDESHEIM. Drawn by Maurice B.
Adams, London, England.
419 SKETCHES FROM NOTE-BOOK. Drawn by I hos.
D. Wadelton.
420 HOUSE AT SEABRIGHT, N. J.George A. Freeman,
Jr., Architect. Drawn by E. Eldon Deane.
42 1 CATHEDRAL AT SALAMANCA. Drawn by H. T.
Schladermundt.
422 RESIDENCE IN ST. PAUL. Cass Gilbert, Architect.
423 ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, DRESDEN, GERMANY.
R. M. Upjohn, Architect.
424 COMPOSITION. Designed by R. Blum. Loaned by the
Artist.
425 HOUSE AT WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS. Renwick,
Aspinwall & Russell, Architects.
426 SEE HOUSE, LAFAYETTE PLACE. Renwick, Aspin
wall & Russell, Architects.
427 DORMITORY BUILDINGS.GENERAL THEOLOG-
1CAL SEMINARY. Charles C. Haight, Architect.
428 STUDY FOR A TOMB. Cass Gilbert, Architect.
429 SKETCH FOR PUBLIC LIBRARY AT BATH, ME.
Stevens & Cobb, Architects.

430 DECORATIVE CEILING IN VESTIBULE, HOTEL


PONCE DE LEON. Geo. W. Maynard, Artist.*
431 THE S. P. HINCKLEY HOUSES. Lamb & Rich,
Architects.
432 SPIRE OF ST. PAUL'S, N. Y. Sketch by C. H. Is
raels.
433 OLD SCOTTISH TOWERS. Drawn by Henry Baldie
434 GENERAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, NEW
YORK. Chas. C. Haight, Architect.
435 COUNTRY HOUSE. Cass Gilbert, Architect.

436 RESIDENCE OF BRANDER MATTHEWS, ESQ.,


NARRAGANSETT PIER, R. I. George A. Free
man, Architect. Drawn by Henry Neu.
437 DUTTON HALL, ENGLAND. Drawn by Maurice B.
Adams, London, England.
438 GREEK ENTRANCE, HALL IN A NEW YORK
HOUSE. Designed by A. W. Colgate.
439 CHURCH. Cass Gilbert, Architect.
440 DAYTON AVENUE CHURCH, ST. PAUL. Cass
Gilbert, Architect.
441 INTERIOR OF QUINCY LIBRARY. Drawn by R.
D. Andrews. Loaned by the Century Company.
442 SUGGESTION FOR DINING ROOM. Designed by
Frederick Marschall. Price, $25.
443 HOUSE AT LENOX, MASS. Rotch & Tilden, Archi
tects.
444 THE HARLEM CLUB. Lamb & Rich, Architects.
445 THE COUNTRY CLUB OF WESTCHESTER. Ren-
wick, Aspinwall & Russell, Architects.
446 SKETCHES IN FRANCE. Sketched by T. Henry
Randall.
447 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Sketched by T. Henry Ran
dall.
448 BANK BUILDING. R. M. Upjohn, Architect.
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449 STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Designed by Clayton
& Bell. Lent by Maitland Armstrong & Co.
450 HARBOR OF VENICE. Sketched by T. Henry Ran
dall.
451. THE TRANSEPTS, WESTMINSTER. Sketch by
Jos. Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.
452 SOUTH SIDE OF CHOIR, WESTMINSTER AB
BEY. Drawn by Jos. Pennell. Loaned by the Century
Company.
453 STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Designed by Clayton
& Bell. Loaned by Maitland Armstrong & Co.
454 STAINED GLASS DESIGN. Designed by Heaton,
Butler & Byrne. Loaned by Gorham Manufacturing
Company.
455 STUDY OF DECORA TIVE FIGURE. Designed by
F. S. Lamb Loaned by the Artist.
456 TOMB OF LORD BURLEIGH, WESTMINSTER
ABBEY. Drawn by Jos. Pennell. Loaned by the
Century Company.
457 SKETCHES AT TAORM1NA. Sketched by W. M.
Kendall.
458 AMONG THE VINES Designed by F. S. Church for
the Tiffany Glass Company.
459 STUDY OF DECORATIVE FIGURE. Designed by
F. S. Lamb. Loaned by the Artist.
460 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by E. Vedder
for the t iffany Glass Co.
461 WESTMINSTER ABBEY. Drawn by Joseph Pennell.
Loaned by the Century Company.
462 STAINED GLASS DESIGN. Designed by Heaton,
Butler & Bayne. Loaned by Gorham Mfg. Co.
463 PART OF VESTIBULE CEILING, PONCE DE LEON
HOTEL. Designed by George W. Maynard.
464 MEMORIAL WINDOW. Designed by E. Vedder for
the Tiffany Glass Co.
465 CHATEAU DE LANGEAIS. Sketched by Wm. M.
Kendall.
466 STAINED GLASS DESIGN. Designed by Heaton,
Butler & Bayne. Loaned by the Gorham Mfg. Co.
467 CARTOON FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed by
Megnen, Clamens & Bordereau, Angers, France.
468 NINE PHOTOGRAPHS FOR STAINED GLASS
WINDOWS. Designed by Megnen, Clamens &
Bordereau, Angers, France.
469 ADORATION BY THE MAGI. Cartoon for stained
glass.Designed by Megnen, Clamens & Bordereau,
Angers, France.
470 CARTOON FOR STAINED GLASS. Designed by
Megnen, Clamens & Bordereau, Angers, France.
471 LOUIS XVI. PANEL. Loaned by Allard & Sons.
472 DINING-ROOM FRIEZE. Modeled by J. A. Holzer.
Loaned by the Artist.
473 ENDOLITHIC MARBLE, "SPRING."
George W.
Maynard, Artist. Loaned by the Endolithic Marble Co.
474 MOSAIC PANEL. M. E. Tillinghast. Loaned by Mrs.
Van Auken.
475 DESIGN FOR A FRIEZE. Modeled by J. A. Holzer.
476 DESIGNS FOR MOSAIC. Designed by Maitland
Armstrong. Loaned by the Artist.
477 ENDOLITHIC MARBLE, MUSIC-ROOM PANEL.
Fred Marschall. Loaned by the Endolithic Marble
Co.

4)
DRAWINGS FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL COMPETITION
FOR THE

GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS OF THE ARCHITECTURAL


LEAGUE.
Open to Draughtsmen under twenty-five years.

SUBJECT: TOMB TO AN ILLUSTRIOUS ARCHITF.CT.

Gold Medal : J as. Brite, 57 Broadway, New York. Silver


Medal: Oscar Enders, 68 Wisconsin St., Chicago, Ills.

HONORABLE MENTION.

1. "JOHN REVELRY BLACK," Julius Harder. 237 Broadway, New


York.
" HELLAS," R. C. Spencer, Jr., Boston, Mass.
2. 760 Tremont St.,
3.
"GK/ECO," Wm. H. Orchard, 50 Trust Building, Rochester, N. Y.
" OLD LORE," Albert R. Ross, Davenport, Iowa.
4.

FORTY NINE OTHER DESIGNS OF WHICH THE FOLLOWING


ARE HONG :

"PILGRIM SHELL," Max G. Brierl, Buffalo. N. Y.


"OWL," Thomas G. Holyoke, St. Paul, Minn.
"ROCK CUT," Edwin J. Bartlett, New York.
" JAG,"
John A. Moller, Milwaukee, Wis.
" POSTAGE STAMP," R. S. De Coster, New York.
" WREATH AND RIBBON, Edward H. Hoyt, Boston, Mass.
" BEDAWEEN."
John L. Wees, St. Louis, Mo.
" MONOGRAM, A. L. N. Y.," Will L. Fuchs, Buffalo, N. Y.
"INTERLACING CIRCLE," W. Pell Pulis, New York.
"JUNIPER," Jas. A. McLeod, Minneapolis, Minn.
" MARTIN," Author unknown.
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FROM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1889,
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MDCCCLXXXIX
Copyright, 1889, by Charles I. Berg
Secretary : Architectural League

NOTE. — The Secretary may be addressed


at 47 West 42d Street, New York
OMMITTEES FOR THIS EXHIBITION

JURY
R. M. Hunt
H. J. Hardenberoh
E. H. Kendall

HANGING COMMITTEE
Wm. B. Bigelow
John Du Fais
Geo. A. Glaenzer
Will H. Low

LOAN EXHIBITION COMMITTEE


D. M. Armstrong
Wm. B. Bigelow
Wm. A. Coffin
A. W. Drake
John Du Fais
Jos. Lauber

CATALOGUE COMMITTEE
C. A. GlFFORL)
F. C. Jones
F. E. Wallis
F. A. Wright

MEDAL COMMITTEE
E. H. Clark
E. T. Hapgood
E. K. Rossiter

RECEPTION COMMITTEE
H. O. Avery
C. I. Berg
F. Crowninsiiieu)
OFFICERS
OF THE

Architectural League

PRESIDENT :

Russell Sturgis

VICE-PRESIDENT :

Frederic Crowninshield

SECRETARY :

Charles I. Berg

TREASURER :
John Gellatly

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

EX-OFFICIO :

Russell Sturgis
Frederic Crowninshield

H. O. Avery
Charles I. Berg,

Arnold W. Brunner
Charles R. Lamb,

John Gellatlv
William C. Hazlett

J.D. Hunter, Jr.


H. J. Hardenhergh
F. A. Wright
SILVER MEDAL, IU7. WM. B MUNDIE.
LIST OF MEMBERS

RESIDENT

D. Maitland Armstrong John H. Duncan


J. Lawrence Aspinwall Charles Edwards
Charles B. Atwood Cyrus L. W. Eidlitz
H. O. Avery Wm. Bailey Faxon
William Baker M a u r i ce Forn acho N
Alfred E. Barlow Frank Fowler
William A. Bates W. Lewis Fraser
Emu. Baumgarten John Gellatly
Algeron S. Bell Robert W. Gibson
Edward Hamilton Bell Chas. A. Gifford
Charles I. Berg Charles P. H. Gilbert
William B. Bigelow Georges A. Glaenzer
Edwin Howland Blashfield Percy Griffin
A. J. Bloor Ernest Greene
G. Bonnano A. D. F. Hamlin
Warren R. Briggs Edward T. Hapgood
James Brite H. J. Hardenbergh
A. Page Brown Julius Harder
Arnold W. Brunner George E. Harney
William Arthur Cable Thomas Hastings
E. F. Caldwell Hughson Havvley
John M. Carrere Louis R. Hazelti.ne
Edward Pearce Casey William Convers Hazlett
Geo. P. Chappell F. P. Hill
Edward H. Clark George L. Heins
Charles W. Clinton William H. Hoffman
William A. Coffin F. L. V. Hoppin
Stockton B. Colt Augustus Howe
Kenyon Cox R. H. Hunt
Reginald Cleveland Coxe R. M. Hunt
Frederic Crowninshield J. D. Hunter, Jr.
Robert S. DeCoster Walter Hunting
C.
Walter Dickson George Martin Huss
Frederick P. Dinkelberc. John C. Jacohsen
Albert F. D'Oench Francis C. Jones
A. W. Drake C. Powell Karr
George Krister
John Du Fais
Thomas J. Duff Edward H. Kendall
RESI DENT MEMBERS— Continued

Wm. M. Kendall Charles A. Rich


W. W. Kent Robert H. Robertson
David W. King John Beverley Robinson
H. P. KlKBV Charles Frederick Rose
Wilbur S. Knowles Ehrick Kensett Rossiter
T. A. Koen William H. Russell
M. K. Kress Charles M. Shean
William Kuiu.es Harold Blake Sherwin
Charles R. Lamh Samuel Sherwood
F. S. Lamb W. Sidney Smith
Francis Lathrop E. P. Sperry
Joseph Lauber S. M. Stanton
P. J. Lauritzen Robert S. Stephenson
Warrington G. Lawrence W. E. Stone
Michel M. LeBrun Sidney V. Stratton
Pierre L. LeBrun Russell Sturgis
Willard P. Little Joseph H. Taft
James Brown Lord Kr. Dahler Tangen
Will H. Low W. H. Thomas
Clarence S. Luce Alfred H. Thorp
John B. Lyman Louis C. Tiffany
H. Magonigle Ernest Rollin Tilton
A. J. Manning Thomas Tryon
Henry Rutgers Marshall A. L. Tuckerman
Charles D. Marvin Arthur B. Turnure
Charles F. McKim William Burnet Tuthill
N. C. Mellen Richard M. Upjohn
William H. Mersereau W. B. Van Ingen
E. L. Messenger Thomas D. Wadelton
Pringle Mitchell Elbert Ludlam Wakeman
E. C. Moore Frank Waller
Charles T. Mott Frank E. Wallis
H. SlDDONS MOWBRAY William Walton
Alvan C. Nye William R. Ware
M. J. O'Connor Edward Martin Welch
Albert E. Parfitt Edmund B. Wells
Arthur D. Pickering A. Dunham Wheeler
Herbert Pierson Daniel W. Willard
Bruce Price D. Craighton Withers
T. Henry Randall Fred C. Withers
E. H. Remsen Joseph Wolf
William W. Ren wick George E. Wood
Frank A. Wright
NON-RESIDENT

Francis H. Bacon, Edward I. Nickerson, Providence,


Boston, Mass.
C. H. Blackall, Boston, Mass. R. I.
George T. Brewster, Cleveland, Chas. Francis Osborne, Ithaca,
Ohio. N. Y.
Herbert C. Burdett, Buffalo, I. W. Robinson, New Haven, Conn.
N. Y. John W. Root, Chicago, Ill.
E. Colonna. Montreal, Can. Arthur Rotch, Boston, Mass.
James G. Cutler, Rochester, Julius A. Schweinfurth, Boston,
N. Y. Mass.
John M. Donaldson, Detroit, John Calvin Stevens, Portland,
Mich. Me.
Wilson Eyre, Jr., Philadelphia, J. K. Taylor, St. Paul, Minn.
Pa. Bernard Vonnegut, Indianapolis,
A. W. Fuller, Albany, N.Y. Ind.
P. P. Furber, St. Louis, Mo. C. Howard Walker, Boston, Mass.
Cass Gilbert, St. Paul, Minn. H. Eangford Warren, Boston,
Edward B. Green, Buffalo, N.Y. Mass.
A. B. Harlow, Boston, Mass. W. A. Wheeler, Albany, N.Y.
Clarence H. Johnston, St. Paul, Edward M. Wheelwright, Bos
Minn. ton, Mass.
M. D. Makepeace, Auburn, N.Y. E. L. Young, Philadelphia, Pa.
J. H. Marling, Buffalo, N.Y. Frank Niernlee, Columbia, S. C.
Introductory.
HE Architectural League owes its existence to the truth, which
1 becomes clearer every day to all art workmen, that none of the
fine arts can flourish greatly without the success of the other arts as
well. There have been attempts enough, and discouraging enough,
during the past three centuries, to build up schools of painting with
but slight recognition of the other fine arts ; schools of stately archi
tecture, with comparative ignoring of colors and of sculptured forms;
and schools of sculpture without proper consideration of the claims
that color has even upon sculptors.
And so of the minor arts. There have been schools enough of
decoration in pottery and porcelain, when the end and aim of design
seemed to be the painting of sprigs of flowers on plates and tureens ;
schools of enameling, when little cylindrical boxes — needle-cases as
we call them— and etuis for toothpicks and scissors were the chief
objects of splendor that the time knew; schools of furniture, when
the carving in mahogany was delicate enough and appropriate
enough, both vigorous and delicate ; schools of costume, when em
broidery of the most subtile and masterly sort was applied to coats
and waistcoats ; and even schools of iron work, when delicate forging
and dainty working of patterns on the surface of cold metal were
applied to articles not more grandiose than sewing-birds, candle-sticks
and snuff-boxes; schools of goldsmith work and jewelry, when marvel
ous taste was lavished on watches and vinaigrettes, on buttons for the
embroidered waistcoats above mentioned, on tags and pendants for
ladies' bodices, and again upon snuff-boxes. But all this art work
has been of little permanent avail because of the absence of any
adequate study of the greater arts.
Without denying for a moment that each epoch has its one or its
two special successes ; without denying that the thirteenth century,
great in decorative architecture, was less great in figure sculpture ;
or that the sixteenth century finds its highest expression in figure
sculpture and in painting of a magnificent sort, where the painting
itself and its splendor, rather that the expression of lofty sentiments,
is the chief aim: — without denying the evident fact that each epoch
excels specially in one or two branches of fine art, it is still evident
that no very great achievement in any one branch has ever been
reached, and become permanent, without a corresponding develop
ment of other kinds of art as well.
More than this. It is also the conviction of the artists of the
present day that not enough sympathy has existed between them,
when of different special pursuits, — the feeling that the sculptor
should know a great deal about his architectural brothers and their
ways, their works, their thoughts and aspirations, and that the
painter should be in harmony with both, is growing strong.
The Architectural League, therefore, has for its chief object the
bringing together of the men of these different and kindred pursuits in
close and friendly relations. In the ordinary way of business, these
are apt to meet only when their interests are different and in a certain
sense opposed; when one is the employer and the other the employed;
or at least when one is the chief designer, and the other must perforce
make his work agree with that of his chief. But the Architectural
League brings these men together in altogether unselfish and purely
social ways. The gathering around the dinner-table, the chat that
goes on among neighbors, the essay or address that follows the
dinner, and which may often give rise to an extemporaneous debate
of great interest and value; the showing of first-rate examples of art,
ancient and modern, with comments by the men most fitted to ex
plain them; the publication of such papers as shall seem most likely
to be beneficial in a permanent form ; the holding of an annual exhi
bition where the works of the Architect, Decorator and Sculptor
appear side by side ; the gradual raising, by these and by all possible
means, of the artistic standard of the practitioners of art, and there
fore of the public taste ; the prevention of misunderstanding and
unfriendliness among men who should be working harmoniously
toward a common end ; the education of the younger men who join
us one by one in this large brotherhood of art and artists, — all
these are the objects which the League finds itself in the way of
attaining. The success that has crowned its efforts for the last two
or three years — for its existence is scarcely longer than that — is the
best possible ground of hope for the future. No other society can
do quite the same thing. Other bodies have for their objects the
cultivation of professional courtesy among men of the same occupa
tion, or of honorable conduct, and the maintenance of worthy stand
ards of work and of remuneration; and social intercourse, also, is
made delightful by many organizations which the city contains.
But we of the League believe that our special work of educating our
selves and our followers in the general sense of the oneness of art and
in the intercourse which should prevail among artists, can only be
done by our own society as it is now constituted and as it is building
itself up.
DRAWN BY EDGAR A. JOS8ELYN.
List of Exhibitors.

Associated Artists, n5 E. 23d St. Clinton, C. W., Mutual Life Ins.


Avery, Henry C, 368 Fifth Ave. Co. Building.
Babb. Cook & Willard, 55 B'way. Cobb, Albert Winslow, Portland,
Bacher, Otto H., 58 W. 57th St. Me.
Baker & Dallet, cor Walnut and Congdon, Henry M., 31 Broadway.
5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Cope & Stewardson, 212 S. 3d St.,
Baldie, Henry, 443 W. 22d St. Philadelphia, Pa
Barnes, H. Seymour, 41 W. 51st St. Cope, Walter, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bates, William A., 149 Broadway. Cox Sons, Buckley & Co., 343 Fifth
Berg & Clark, 10 W. 23d St. Ave.
Bigelow, Win. B., 52 Broadway. Cram & Wentworth, 2 Park Sq.,
Bolter, Wm. A., 121 E. 23d St. Boston, Mass.
Brennen, A., New York. Deery, John J., 328 Walnut St.,
Bridgeman, Geo. B., 4 W. 14th St. Philadelphia, Pa.
Brown, Glenn, 939 F St., Washing Dellenbaugh, F. S.
ton, D. C. Dietrich, E. G. W., 18 Broadway.
Brunner, A. W., 39 Union Sq., W. Dodge, Wm. L., 4 W. 14th St.
Brunner & Tryon, 39 Union Sq. W. Dudley, Henry, 49 Wall St.
Burnham & Root, The Rookery, Du Fais & Canfield, 335 Fourth Ave.
Chicago, 111. Earle, Stephen C., 492 Main St.,
Cabot & Chandler, Boston, Mass. Worcester, Mass.
Cady & Co., T. C., in Broadway. Ell, E. F., 621 Madison Ave.
Carrère & Hastings, 3 Bowling Engineering and Building Record,
Green. 277 Pearl St.
Casey, Edward P. , 28W. 34th St. Eyre, Wilson, Jr., 927 Chestnut St.,
Cary, George, 184 Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.
Buffalo, N. Y. Faxon, John Lyman, 7 Exchange
Cary & Trowbridge. Pl., Boston, Mass.
Chase, W. M., 51 W. 10th St. Feron, A., 145 E. 23d St.
Clark, T. M., 178 Devonshire St., Fowler, Frank.
Boston, Mass. Fowler & Hough, 280 Broadway.
Fraser, W. S., Penn. Ave. and 27th Kellogg, Mrs. L. Steele, 44 W. 9th
St., Pittsburg, Pa. St.
Frazer, J. A., Union Square. Kent, E. A. & W. W., Buffalo, N. Y.
Freeman, Geo A., Jr., 52 Broadway, Kent, W. W., 621 Madison Ave.
Geyer & Page, 544 W. 27th St. Kimball, F. H., 40 Broadway.
Gibson, R. W. , 38 Park Row. King, James, J., 137 Broadway.
Gifford, Chas. Alling, 50 B'way. Knowles, Willer S., 189 Broadway.
Gilbert, Bradford L., 50 Broadway. Lamb, Ella Condie, 59 Carmine St.
Gilbert, C. P. H., 18 Broadway. Lamb, J. & R,, 59 Carmine St.
Gilbert & Taylor, St. Paul, Mich. Lamb, F. S., 59 Carmine St.
Gilder, R. W., 33 E. 17th St. Lamb, F. S., Holbein Studio, N. Y.
Glaenzer, Georges A., 41 E. 20th St. Lathrop, Francis, Washington Sq. S.
Goodhue, B. G., 114 Madison Ave. Lauber, Jos. , 80 E. Washington Sq.
Greene & Wiekes, Buffalo, N. Y. Little & O'Connor, 28 W. 23d St.
Greenough, Walter C., 61 S. Wash Little, Arthur, 70 Kilby St., Boston,
ington Square. Mass.
Hapgood, Edward T., 1235 B'way. Longfellow, Alden & Harlow, Bos
Hapgood, Melvin H., Hartford, ton, Mass.
Conn. Loomis, Chester, 139 W. 55th St.
Hay, Alexander, Lowell, Mass. Louis XVI. Clock.
Hazlett, W. C., 151 Broadway. Marquand, H. G., 11 E. 68th St.
Heinigke, Otto, Bay Ridge, L. I. Marschall, Fred., 21 University PI.
Herter Bros., 191 Broadway. Marshall, Henry R., New York.
Hinton, Clio, 321 E. 14th St. Mason & Rice, Detroit, Mich.
Holzer, J. A. 106 W. 45th St. McDougcll, Mr., 52 E. 23d St.
Hoppin, F. L. V., 163 W. 34th St. Mead, S. W. Boston, Mass.
Hough, Wm. C., 280 Broadway. Mellen & Westell, 55 Broadway.
Howard, John Galen, 57 B'way. Mellen, Westell & Kirby, 55 B'way.

Hunt, Mrs. Richard M., New York. Miller, R. Appleby, 922 Avenue D.,
Hunter, James D. Jr., 57 B'way. Bayonne City, N. J.
Huss, George Marlin, 1285 B'way, Morse, Alice C., Morse, 88 Morton

James & James, 137 Broadway. St., Brooklyn.


Jennings, A. B. 145 Broadway. Moser, James Henry, Washington.

Jones, Francis C., 243 W. 42d St. Mott, C. T., ni Broadway.


Jones, John M., 337 W. 19th St. Muzzey & Oppendorff, Buffalo,
Josselyn, Edgar A., 108 W. 38th St. N. Y.
Kellar, Geo., 274 Main St., Hart Nash, Thos. , 50 Broadway.
ford, Conn. Nevins, Rev. R. J., 29 Lafayette PI.
Kellogg, A. L., 44 W. 99th St. Newton, Geo. F., 45 Broadway.
Newton, George F., 60 Devonshire Sturgis & Cabot, 19 Exchange Pl.
St., Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass.
Ouen, W. T., 7 E. 31st St. Thayer & Robinson, 67 Liberty St.
Palmer, Geo. C., 63 William St. Thomas, H. T. , Aldine Club.
Parfitt Bros., 26 Court St., Brooklyn, Thomas, W. H., New York.
Peabody & Stearns, 62 Devonshire Tidden & Arnold, 102 Montague St.
St., Boston, Mass. Tillinghast, M. E., 3 Washington
Pomeroy, Laura S., 101 E. 79th St. Sq . N.
Post, Geo. B., 15 Cortlandt St. Tilton, E. R., 12 E. 22dSt.
Price, Bruce, 74 W. 23d St. Tiffany & Co., Union Square.
Randall, T. Henry, 55 W. 33d St. Tiffany & Co., Joseph B., 129 22d

Rehad Louis J., Fiatbush, L. I. St.


Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell, 71 Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Ave.
Broadway. Trowbridge, S. B. P., New York.
Renwick, James, 28 University Pl. Turnure, Mr., 223 W. 43d St.
Renwick, W. W., 71 Broadway. Tuthill, W. B., 52 Broadway.
Rhind, J. Massey, 11 E. 14th St., Upjohn, R. M., in Broadway.
Robertson, R. H., 121 E E. 23d St. Van Brunt & Howe, 1214« Main St.,
Rogers, Stephen, 931 Avenue D Kansas City, Mo.
Bayonne City, N. J. Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Schuyler, 9

Romeyn, Chas.W. & Co., 206 B'way. W. 9th St.


Rotch, Arthur, 60 Devonshire St., Van Straaten, J. A., 19 Exchange
Boston, Mass. Place, Boston, Mass.
Rotch & Tilden, Boston, Mass. Volkmar Chas., Menlo Park, N. J.
Roth, James, 73 W. 105th St. Wadelton, Thos. D., 922 Broadway.
Rossiter & Wright, Liberty St.47 Walker, H. O., 253 W. 43d St.
Schickell & Co., William, New York. Warren, H. Langford, 9 Park St.
Schweinfurth, Julius A., Boston. Warren, Whitney. 520 Fifth Ave.
Sharon, F. W., 325 Fifth Ave. Watrous, Harry Willson, 50 W. 57th
Snow, Miss Annie Dorcas, 145 E. Weirt, T. Alden, 11 E. 12th St.
21st St. Wheeler, Dora, 115 E 23d St.
Stevens,John Calvin, Portland, Me. White, Stanford, 57 Broadway.
Stewardson, John, 312 S. 3d St., Williams, John, 544 W. 27th St.
Philadelphia, Pa. Wilson, F. W., 853 Broadway.

Storm, Edwin R., 135 E. 15th St. Winterburn, F. W., 31 Nassau St.
Stougton, C. W. & A. A., 1656 Withers, F. C., Bible House.
Washington Ave. Yewell, Geo. H., New York.

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DRAWN BY EDGAR A. JOSSELYN.
Qatalogue of Exhibits.
Entrance Gallery A.

Competitive Designs for the New York Cathedral


of St. John the Divine.

1 PLAN OF DESIGN B. Sturgis & Cabot, Architects


19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass.
2 PERSPECTIVE VIEW, DESIGN B. Sturgis & Cabot,
Architects, 19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass.

3 PLAN OF DESIGN A. Sturgis & Cabot, Architects,


19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass.

4 PERSPECTIVE VIEW, DESIGN A. Sturgis & Cabot,


Architects, 19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass.
Drawn by R. Clifton Sturgis.

5 LONGITUDINAL SECTION. Renwick, Aspinwall &


Russell, Architects, 71 Broadway, New York.

6 SOUTH ELEVATION. Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell,


Architects, 71 Broadway, New York.

7 GROUND PLAN. Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell,


Architects, 71 Broadway, New York.

8 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell,


Architects, 71 Broadway, New York City.

9 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. J. Roth, Architect, New


York.
10 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. W. W. Renwick, Architect.
11 LONGITUDINAL SECTION. Carrere & Hastings,
Architects. 3 Bowling Green, New York.
12 GROUND PLAN. Carrere & Hastings, Architects, 3
Bowling Green, New York.

13 PERSPECTIVE DRAWING. Carrere & Hastings,


Architects, 3 Bowling Green, New York.

14 MAIN ELEVATION. Carrere & Hastings, Architects,


3 Bowling Green, New York.

15 PLAN. Cram & Wentworth, Architects, 2 Park Square,


Boston.

16 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Cram & Wentworth, Archi


tects, 2 Park Square, Boston.

17 EAST FRONT. W. S. Fraser, Architect, Pittsburg,


Pa.

18 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. W. S. Fraser, Architect, Pitts


burg, Pa.

19 PLAN. Cram & Wentworth, Architects, 2 Park Square,


Boston.

20 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Cram & Wentworth. Archi


tects. 2 Park Square, Boston.
21 PLAN. J. Derby, Architect, New York.
John
22 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. John J. Derby, Architect,
New York.

23 PLAN. J. C. Cady & Co., Architects, in Broadway,


New York.

24 STUDY FOR THE MASSING OF EAST END. Mel-


len, Westell & Kirby, Architects, 55 Broadway, New
York. Drawn by Henry P. Kirby.

25 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. J. C. Cady & Co., Architects,


New York. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.

26 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. G. Goodhue, B. Architect,


114 Madison Avenue, New York.

27 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. R. W. Gibson, Architect, 38


Park Row, New York.
28 GROUND PLAN. Bertram G. Goodhue, Architect, it4
Madison Avenue, New York
10
29 LONGITUDINAL SECTION. R. W. Gibson, Archi
tect, New York.

30 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Van Brunt & Howe, Archi


tects, Boston and Kansas City.

31 PLAN. Van Brunt & Howe, Archi'ects, Boston and


Kansas City.

32 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. John Lyman Faxon, Archi


7 Exchange Place,
tect, Boston. Drawn by Henry
E. Dowing.

33 PLAN. John Lyman Faxon, Architect, 7 Exchange


Place, Boston.

34 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Arthur B. Jennings, Archi


tect, 145 Broadway, New York.

35 GROUND PLAN. Arthur B. Jennings, Architect, 145


Broadway, New York.

36 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. William C. Hazlett, Architect,


151 Broadway, New York.

37 PLAN. William C. Hazlett, Architect, 151 Broadway,


New York.

38 PLAN. Cary & Trowbridge, Architects.

39 PERSPECTIVE. Cary & Trowbridge, Architects.

40 NORTH ELEVATION. Parfitt Bros., Architects, 26


Court Street, Brooklyn.

41 PLAN. Parfitt Bros., Architects, 26 Court Street, Brook


lyn.

42 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Parfitt Bros., Architects, 26


Court Street, Brooklyn. Drawn by Hughson
Hawley.

43 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Peabody & Stearns, Architects,


62 Devonshire Street, Boston.

44 PLAN. Peabody & Stearns, Architects, 62 Devonshire


Street, Boston.

45 FRONT ELEVATION. Frederick C. Withers, Archi


tect, 54 Bible House, New York.
46 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Frederick C. Withers, Archi
tect, 54 Bible House, New York. Drawn by Thomas
J. Duff.
47 LONGITUDINAL SECTION. Meller. & Westell, Archi
tects, 55 Broadway, New York.

48 EAST ELEVATION. Mellen & Westell, Architects,


55 Broadway, New York.

49 GROUND PLAN. Mellen & Westell, Architects, 55


Broadway, New York.

50 HALF SECTION OF NAVE AND ELEVATION OF


MAJOR TRANSEPT: HALF SECTION
THROUGH MAJOR TRANSEPT. Henry Dud
ley, Architect, 49 Wall Street, New York.

51 SOUTH END. Mellen & Westell, Architects, 55 Broad


way, New York.

52 VIEW FROM NORTH WES T. Henry Dudley, Archi


tect, 49 Wall Street, New York.

53 VIEW FROM SOUTH-EAST. Henry Dudley, Archi


tect, 49 Wall Street, New York.

54 GROUND PLAN. Henry Dudley, Architect, 49 Wall


Street, New York.

55 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Baker & Dallett, Architects,


Walnut and Fifth Streets, Philadelphia.

56 PLAN. Baker & Dallett, Architects, Walnut and Fifth


Streets, Philadelphia.

57 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. T. M. Clark, Architect, 178


Devonshire Street, Boston.

58 PLAN. T. M. Clark, Architect, 178 Devonshire Street,


Boston.

59 PERSPECTIVE PLAN, ELEVATIONS, AND SEC


TION. George Keller, Architect, Hartford,
Conn.
60 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Herter Bros., Architects, 191
Broadway, New York.
61 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. H. Langford Warren, Archi
tect, 9 Park Street, Boston, Mass.
62 PLAN. H. Langford Warren, 9 Park Street, Boston, Mass.

63 PLAN. Herter Bros., Architects, 19] Broadway, New York

64 PLAN. Stephen C. Earle, Architect, Worcester, Mass.

65 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Stephen C. Earle, Architect,


Worcester, Mass.

66 PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM SOUTH-EAST. Henry


M. Congdon, Architect, 31 Broadway, New York

67 PERSPECTIVE VIEW FROM NORTH-EAST.


Henry M. Congdon, Architect, 31 Broadway, New
York.
68 GROUND PLAN. Henry M. Congdon, Architect, 31
Broadway, New York.

69 PERSPECTIVE. Glenn Brown, Architect, 939 F. Street,


Washington, D. C.

70 PLAN. Glenn Brown, Architect, 939 F. Street, Wash


ington, D. C.

71 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. R. M. Upjohn, Architect, in


Broadway, New York.

72 FRONT. R. M. Upjohn, Architect, in Broadway,


New York.

73 LONGITUDINAL SECTION. Richard M. Upjohn,


Architect, 111 Broadway, New York.

74 GROUND PLAN. Richard M. Upjohn, Architect, in


Broadway, New York.

75 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Edward Pearce Casey, Archi


tect, 28 West Thirty-fourth Street, New York.

76 PERSPECTIVE Cope& Stewardson, Architects, Phila


delphia. Rendered by Arthur Touscott.

77 PLAN. Cope & Stewardson, Architects, Philadelphia.

78 PLAN. Edward Pearce Casey, Architect, 28 West


Thirty-fourth, New York.
n
79 PERSPECTIVE VIEW. A. Hay, Lowell, Mass.
80 PLAN. A. Hay, Lowell, Mass.
8t PERSPECTIVE. F. W. Winterbum, Architect, 31
Nassau Street, New York. Drawn by F. W. Win
terbum.
82 PLAN. F. W. Winterbum, Architect, 31 Nassau Street,
New York. Drawn by F. W. Winterbum.

MAIN GALLERY.
83 STUDIO FOR WALTER SANFORD. Melvin H.
Hapgood, Hartford, Conn.

84 SKETCHES FROM CLUNY MUSEUM, PARIS.


Drawn by Harry Seymour Barnes, 41 West Fifty-first
Street, New York City.

85 RECEPTION HALL, HOUSE AT BABYLON, L. I.


William C. Hough, 280 Broadway, New York City.
Drawn by Thomas F. Moessner.
86 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. H. Hornbostel, '91, archi
tectural department, Columbia College, New York.

87 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. H. Mann, architectural


B.
department, Columbia College, New York.
88 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. L. W. Fisher, architectural
department, Columbia College, New York.

89 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Charles Ailing Gifford, 50


Broadway, New York City.

90 COUNTRY STABLES. George A. Freeman, Jr., 52


Broadway, New York City. Bertram G. Goodhue,
del.

91 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Alexander M. Welch, archi


tectural department, Columbia College, New York.

92 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Lloyd Warren, '89, archi


tectural department, Columbia College, New York.
14
93 HOUSE AT SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. George A.
Freeman, Architect, s 2 Broadway, New York City.
Drawn by T. O. Langerfelst.

94 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING, TORONTO.


James & James, Architects, 137 Broadway, New York.

95 HILL SIDE FOR COLONEL EDWIN A. McALPIN,


SING SING, ON HUDSON. Edward T. Hap-
good, Architect, 1285 Broadway, New York.

96 THE PICO HOUSE, SANTA BARBARA. Mrs. L.


Steele Kellogg, 44 West Ninth Street, New York
City.

97 IN BAPTISTRY OF ST. MARK'S, VENICE. George


F. Newton, 45 Broadway, New York City.

98 FIREPLACE A HOUSE AT RIDGEFIELD,


IN
CONN. Charles Alling Gifford, Architect, 50 Broad
way, New York City.

99 COUNTRY HOUSE. Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell,


71 Broadway, New York City. Bertram G. Goodhue,
del.
100 WALLACK'S THEATRE. George A. Freeman, Jr.
101 DESIGN FOR COUNTRY HOUSE AT LAWRENCE.
Thayer & Robinson, 67 Liberty Street, New York
City.
102 DESIGN FOR A CITY FRONT. Edwin R. Storm, 135
East Fifteenth Street, New Ycrk City.

103 MAISON DE LA CHASSE, POMPEII. George F.


Newton, Architect, 60 Devonshire Street, Boston,
Mass.

104 SKE TCHES IN PISTOJA. John Stewardson.


105 SKETCHES. George C. Palmer, Architect, 63 William
Street, New York.

106 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. C. P. Bliss, architectural


department, Columbia College, New York.

107 MT. VERNON. James Henry Moser, Washington,


D. C.
108 STABLE FOR HOWARD STOCKTON. Sturgis &
Cabot, 19 Exchange Place, New York City.

109 SKETCHES AT MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA,


MASS., HOUSE OF G. D. HOWE, ESQ. Arthur
Little, Architect, Boston. Drawn by G. P. Fernald.

no PEN SKETCH, BRUSSELS MARKET PLACE. J.


A. Van Straaten, 19 Exchange Place, Boston.

in OAK STAIRCASE FOR F. W. VANDERBILT, ESQ.


George A. Freeman, Jr., Architect, 52 Broadway,
New York.
112 A CHALET MT. DESERT. Rotch & Tilden, Archi
tects, Boston, Mass.

113 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. G. O. Totten, architectural


department, Columbia College, New York.

114 CHIMNEY IN PRIVATE OFFICE. Arthur Little, 70


Kilby Street, Boston, Mass. Painted by G. P. Fer
nald.

115 MRS. R. H. RICKARD'S HOUSE, MORRISTOWN,


N. J. Rossiter & Wright, 47 Liberty Street, New
York City. Drawn by F. A. Wright.
116 WATER COLOR SKETCH. James Henry Moser,
Washington, D. C.

117 TREATMENT OF AN ACUTE CORNER, ONE


HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH STREET,
NEW YORK. William C. Hazlett, Architect, 151
Broadway, New York City.
118 SKETCH SHOWING STAIRCASE, TOWER AND
PORTE-COCHERE— HOUSE FOR DR. SELDEN
H. TALCOTT, MIDDLETOWN, N. Y. Brunner
& Tryon, Architects, 39 Union Square, New York
City.

119 COTTAGES. Rotch & Tilden, Architects, Boston,


120 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, ROCHESTER, N. Y. Du
Fais & Canfield, 335 Fourth Avenue, New York
City.
21 DESIGN FOR A COUNTRY HOUSE. Gilbert &
Taylor, Architects, St. Paul, Minn. Drawn by Cass
Gilbert.
22 OFFICE BUILDING. Burnham & Root, Architects,
Chicago, Ill.

23 PERSPECTIVE OF THE CHURCH OF THE AD


VENT. Sturges & Cabot, Architects, 19 Exchange
Place, Boston, Mass.

24 HALL IN EXETER STREET, BOSTON, MASS.


Peabody & Stearns, Architects. Prentice Treadwelb
Decorator and Pinx, Boston, Mass.

25 UPLAND FARM, NORTH OF FRANCE. John


Galen Howard, 57 Broadway, New York City.

26 HOUSE MANHATTAN SQUARE, NORTH


ON
EIGHTY-FIRST STREET, BETWEEN EIGHTH
AND NINTH AVENUES, NEW YORK CITY.
Berg & Clark, 10 West Twenty-third Street, New York
City. Drawn by C. I. Berg.

27 SOUTH-EAST VIEW OF PROPOSED CHURCH


AND SCHOOL-HOUSE, CONNECTICUT. Fred
erick C. Withers, Architect, Bible House. Drawn by
Thomas T. Duff, New York.
28 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR SOLDIERS' AND
SAILORS' MONUMENT, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
R. M. Upjohn, Architect, in Broadway, New York.

29 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. W. R. Clayton, architectural


department, Columbia College.

30 STUDY FOR A TOWER. Albert Winslow Cobb.


31 A COUNTRY HOUSE— THE ENTRANCE. C. W.
& A. A. Stoughton, 1665 Washington Avenue, New
York City.
32 HOTEL AT KINGSVILLE, ONT. Mason & Rice,
Detroit, Mich. Drawn by A. Kahn.

33 SKETCHES IN NORMANDY. Walter Cope, Phila


delphia. Pa.
134 INTERIOR OF STUDIO FOR ARTHUR HOEBER,
Little O'Connor, Architects, 28 West Twenty-third
&:

Street, New York City. Drawn by M. J. O'Connor.

135 SKETCH FOR IN NO. 38 EAST


A ROOM
TWENTY-FIRST STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
Little & O'Connor, 28 West Twenty-third Street,
New York City.

136 BRYN MAWR SCHOOL, BALTIMORE, MD. Henry


R. Marshall, New York City.

137 CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY, HARLEM,


NEW YORK. William A. Potter, Architect, 121
East Twenty-third Street, New York.

138 STAINED GLASS WINDOWS. Tiffany Glass Com


pany. Painted by F. D. Millett.

139 SKETCH FOR A CLUB HOUSE. Mellen, Westell


& Kirby, Architects, 55 Broadway, New York City.
Drawn by H. P. Kirby.

140 STUDY FOR A HOTEL IN COLORADO. Mellen


Westell & Kirby, Architects, 55 Broadway, New York
City. Drawn by Henry P. Kirby.

141 HOUSE AT PITTSFIELD, MASS. Mellen, Westell


& Kirby, Architects, 55 Broadway, New York City.
Drawn by Hubert Westell.

142 SKETCH FOR A NEW YORK CITY HOUSE.


Mellen, Westell & Kirby, Architects, 55 Broadway,
New York City, Drawn by Henry P. Kirby.

143 NEW SEYMOUR STREET SCHOOL, AUBURN,


N. Y. J. A. Schweinfurth, Architect, Boston, Mass.
144 STUDY FOR A HOUSE IN PITTSBURGH, PA.—
IN THE HALL.— Mellen, Westell & Kirby, Archi
tects, 5 s Broadway, New York City. Drawn by H.
P. Kirby.

145 A COUNTRY HOUSE. Mellen, Westell & Kirby,


Architects, 55 Broadway, New York City. Drawn
by H. P. Kirby.
146 A SEASIDE HOUSE. Mellen, Westell & Kirby, Archi
tects, 55 Broadway, New York City. Drawn by
Henry P. Kirby.

147 STUDY FOR A COUNTRY HOUSE— THE GAR


DEN FRONT. Mellen, Westell & Kirby, Archi
tects,55 Broadway, New York City. Drawn by
Henry P. Kirby.

148 STORE FRONT. Burnham & Root, Architects, "The


Rookery," Chicago, Ill.

149 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Ex


hibited by Tiffany Glass Company, 333 Fourth
Avenue. Drawn by F. D. Millet.

150 BANK BUILDING ENTRANCE. Wilbur S. Knowles,


Architect, 189 Broadway, New York City.

151 ENTRANCE OF DUCAL PALACE, VENICE. J.


Henry Randall, 55 West Thirty-third Street, New
York City.
152 CA D'ORO, VENICE. J.
Henry Randall, 55 West
Thirty-third Street, New York City.

153 CHAPEL OF ST. PETER, ST. MARK'S CATHE


DRAL, VENICE. J. Henry Randall, 55 West
Thirty-third Street, New York City.
154 WATER COLOR SKETCHES IN FRANCE. George
Cary, Architect, 184 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo,
N. Y.

55 HOUSE FOR HENRY H. ANDERSON, PORTCHES-


TER, N. Y. Thomas Nash, 50 Broadway, New York
City.

56 FRONT ELEVATION MECHANICS' NATIONAL


BANK, NEW YORK. C. W. Clinton, Architect,
Mutual Life Insurance Building, New York.

57 TRINITY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, NEW


YORK CITY. C. W. & A. A. Stoughton, 1665
Washington Avenue, New York City. Drawn by A.
A. Stoughton.
19
58 UNION TRUST COMPANY'S BUILDING. George
B. Post, 15 Cortlandt Street, New York City.

59 FURNITURE SKETCHES. Thomas D. Wadelton .


932 Broadway, New York City.
60 HOUSE AT BANGOR, ME. William A. Bates, 149
Broadway, New York.

61 DETAILS OF SIMSBURY FREE LIBRARY. Melvin


H. Hapgood, Architect, Hartford, Conn.
62 HOUSE FOR MRS. EMMA C. GRANT, SOUTH
ORANGE, N. J. Rossiter & Wright, 47 Liberty
Street, New York City. Drawn by E. K. Rossiter.

163 PARK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, EIGHTY-


SIXTH STREET AND TENTH AVENUE,
NEW YORK CITY. Henry F. Kilburn, 229 Broad
way, New York City. Colored by Hughson Hawley.

164 CHURCH AND ADJOINING BUILDINGS FOR


THE CORPORATION OF TRINITY CHURCH,
NEW YORK. Fred. C. Withers, Bible House, New
York. Drawn by Thomas J. Duff.

165 PROPOSED HOTEL AT HARRIMAN, FOR THE


EAST TENNESSEE LAND COMPANY. William
B. Bigelow, Architect, 52 Broadway, New York City.

166 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, RUTHER


FORD, N. J. Fowler & Hough, 280 Broadway, New
York City.
167 COMPETITIVE DESIGN, IOWA SOLDIERS' AND
SAILORS' MONUMENT. E. R. Tilton, Archi
tect, i2 East Twenty-second Street, New York City.

168 SKETCH FOR NORSE TOWER AT FORT NOR-


UMBEGA, E. N. HORSFORD, ESQ.
FOR
Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 39 Union Square, New
York. Drawn by Thomas Tryon.

169 RESIDENCE, GARFIELD PLACE, BROOKLYN.


Charles P. H. Gilbert, Architect, 18 Broadway, New
York City.
70 PONTEFRACT INN, POMFRET, CONN. F. L. V.
Hoppin, 163 West Thirty-fourth Street, New York
City.

71 COLOR SKETCHES FOR INTERIOR DECORA


TION. Brunner& Tryon, Architects, Union Square,
New York City. Drawn by A. W. Brunner.

72 CYCLORAMA BUILDING. William Schickel & Co.,


Architects. Joseph B. Tiffany & Co., Decorators.
Prentice Treadwell, Pinx.

73 HOUSE AT NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., (BROMIDE


PRINT), FOR C. C. BUEL. ESQ. Henry O.
Avery, 368 Fifth Avenue, New York City.

74 HOUSE AT NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., FOR C. C.


BUEL, Esq. Henry O. Avery, 368 Fifth Ave
nue.

75 PROPOSED HOUSE AT ROCHELLE PARK, NEW


ROCHELLE, N. Y. George Martin Huss, Archi
tect, 1285 Broadway, New York City.

76 "HIGH MOUNT," FOR F. A. HINE. ESQ., TEN-


AFLY, N. J. Edward T. Hapgood, Architect, 1235
Broadway, New York City.
77 FIRST ALTERNATIVE SKETCH— HOUSE AT
ORANGE, N. J. Edward T. Hapgood, Architect,
1285 Broadway, New York.

78 CLOCK TOWER OF BUILDING FOR NEW YORK


LIFE INSURANCE CO., AT MONTREAL,
CANADA. Babb, Cook & Willard, Architects, 55
Broadway, New York.

79 ENTRANCE, COURT AND ELEVATOR HALL IN


BUILDING, AT ST. PAUL, MINN. Babb,
Cook & Willard, Architects, 55 Broadway, New
York.
80 PARLOR IN "OLD FORT HOUSE," MANCHES-
TER-BY-THE-SEA, MASS. Arthur Little, 70
Kilby Street, Boston. Mass. Colored by G. P.
Fernald.
181 INTERIOR NEW FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
OF
CHURCH, BUFFALO. Green & Wicks, Archi
tects, Buffalo, N. Y. Prentice Treadwell, Pinx.

182 DINING-ROOM "BLYTHSWOOD," SWAMPSCOTT.


Arthur Little, 70 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass.
Colored by George P. Fernald.

183 HALL, "BLYTHSWOOD," SWAMPSCOTT. Arthur


Little, 70 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass. Colored by
G. P. Fernald.

184 "ROCK RIDGE," (FROM THE


Bruce LAKE).
Price, 74 West Twenty-third Street, New York City.
Charles H. Darsh, del.

185 TURTLE POINT, TUXEDO, FROM THE ROAD.


Bruce Price, Architect, 74 West Twenty-third Street,
New York.

186 UTRECHT, HOLLAND. Drawn by J. A. Van


Straaten, 19 Exchange Place, Boston.

187 TOWER, MONTREAL STATION, C. P. R. Bruce


Price, Architect, 74 West Twenty-third Street, New
York City.

188 ROCK RIDGE, TUXEDO. Bruce Price, Architect, 74


West Twenty-third Street, New York City. Drawn
by Charles H. Darsh.

189 TURTLE POINT, TUXEDO, FROM THE LAKE.


Bruce Price, Architect, 74 West Twenty-third Street,
New York City.

190 DINING-ROOM, 328 ESSEX STREET, SALEM,


MASS. Arthur Little, 70 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass.
Colored by G. P. Fernald.

191 HALL FIREPLACE, MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA,


MASS. Arthur Little, 70 Kilby Street, Boston.
Colored by G. P. Fernald.
HALL FIREPLACE, " Grasshead," Swampscott. Ar
192
thur Little, 70 Kilby Street, Boston.
93 DECORATION OF CHOIR, CHURCH OF THE
HOLY TRINITY. William A. Potter, Architect,
121 East Twenty-third Street, New York City. Tif
fany Glass Company, Artists, 333 Fourth Avenue,
New York City.

194 HALL, 328 ESSEX STREET, SALEM, MASS. Arthur


Little, 70 Kilby Street, Boston. Colored by G. P.
Fernald.
195 GATE TOWER IN ROTHENBURG. Arthur Rotch,
Boston.

196 BANK OF AMERICA. C. W. Clinton, Architect, Mu


tual Life Insurance Company Building, New York
City. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.

197
" HOTEL CASTLETON, "
NEW BRIGHTON
HEIGHTS, STATEN ISLAND. Charles P. H.
Gilbert, Architect, 18 Broadway, New York City.
Drawn by Bertram G. Goodhue.

198 THE CATHEDRAL, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND—


(NORTH TRANSEPT FROM SOUTH AISLE
OF NAVE). Henry Baldie, 443 West Twenty-
second Street, New York City.

199 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SKETCHES. S. B. P. Trow


bridge, New York.

200 HOTEL DES BOURGTHEROULDE, ROUEN.


Drawn by Arthur Rotch, Boston, Mass.
201 THE CORBIN BUILDING, JOHN STREET AND
BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY. Francis H.
Kimball, 40 Broadway, New York City.
202 MAUSOLEUM IN GREENWOOD CEMETERY. W.
H. Thomas. Drawn by B. G. Goodhue.

203 COMPETITION DESIGN: BERKELEY SCHOOL;


A MUSIC HALL; CLUB ROOMS, WITH STU
DIOS, ETC. George Martin Huss, 1285 Broadway,
New York City.

204 TAPESTRY, ADORATION OF THE MAGI, 1520


Exhibited by Mrs. Richard M. Hunt.
1:
205 THE GROLIER CLUB BUILDING, NEW YORK
CITY. Charles W. Romeyn & Co., 206 Broadway,
New York City. Drawn by A. J. Stever.

206 SKETCH OF " A " COMPANY ROOM, TWENTY-


THIRD REGIMENT ARMORY, BROOKLYN,
N. Y. William C. Hough, Architect, 280 Broadway,
New York City. Drawn by J. A. Johnson.

207 RESIDENCE OF W. A. JENNER, ESQ., RIDGE-


FIELD, CONN. Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 47
Liberty Street, New York City.
208 DINING ROOM. Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Ave
nue, New York City.

209 HOUSE ON LOCUST STREET, PHILADELPHIA.


Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 927 Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia.
210 PORTO DEL VINO ALHAMBRA, GRANADA,
SPAIN. Painted by George F. Newton.
211 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. S. W. Andrews, Jr., architec
tural department, Columbia College.

212 COMPETITION DESIGN FOR BUILDING OF


PENN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
PHILADELPHIA. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 927
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

213 LIBRARY. Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue, New


York City.
214 MANTEL IN DINING-ROOM FOR A. J. DREXEL,
JR. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 927 Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia.

215 HOUSE AT LANDSDOWNE, PA., FOR A. J.


DREXEL, JR. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 927
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

216 BRONZE CANDELABRUM. Designed by Antoine


Louis Barye, in 1846, for the Duc de Montpensier.
Pen-and-ink drawing made for the Studio by Otto H.
Bacher
41
217 SKETCH FOR COUNTRY RESIDENCE. J. A.
Schweinfurth, Architect, 62 Devonshire Street, Boston,
Mass.

218 SKETCHES. Whitney Warren, 520 Fifth Avenue, New


York City.
219 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. M. Jarmulowsky, architec
tural department, Columbia College.
220 OLD CASTLE, DIETZ-ON-THE-LAHN. Arnold W.
Brunner,Architect, 39 Union Square, W., New York City
221 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Edgar A. Josselyn, 108 West
Thirty-eighth Street, New York City.
222 LA REINE BLANCHE. Francis C. Jones, 253 West
Forty-second Street, New York City.

223 ALTERATIONS TO COUNTRY PLACE FOR J. W.


DOANE, ESQ., THOMPSON, CONN. Berg &
Clark, Architects, 10 West Twenty-third Street, New
York City. Drawn by Chas. I. Berg.
224 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Edgar A. Josselyn, 108 West
Thirty-eighth Street, New York City.

225 HOUSE ON K S TREET, WASHINGTON. Rotch &


Tilden, Architects, Boston, Mass.
226 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Will A. Buckland, architec
tural department, Columbia College.

227 SUGGESTION FOR GATE LODGE. John Calvin


Stevens and Albert Winslow Cobb, Architects, Port
land, Me. Drawn by J. C. S.
228 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Edgar A. Josselyn, 108 West
Thirty-eighth Street, New York City.

229 DOORWAY OF HOUSE, TWELFTH STREET, NEW


YORK. Loaned by the "Engineering & Building
Record." Lockwood De Forest, Architect, New York.
Drawn by E. J. Meeker.
230 DESIGN FOR STAINED-GLASS WINDOW. Car
toon. Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue,
New York. Drawn by E. P. Sperry.
4-
231 DESIGN FOR STAINED-GLASS WINDOW. Colored
Sketch. Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue,
New York City.

232 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. L. Korn, architectural de


partment, Columbia College.

233 HOUSE AT OVERBROOK, PA. Cope & Stewardson,


212 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
234 FOREIGN SKETCHES. J. A. Van Straaten, 19 Ex
change Place, Boston.

235 FIRST SKETCH FOR A CITY FRONT. Little &


O'Connor, 28 West Twenty-third Street, New York.

236 MAISON DE LA VOUTE-ANGER. Drawn by George


F. Newton, 45 Broadway, New York City.

237 TEMPLE BETH ZION, BUFFALO, N. Y. E. A. &


W. W. Kent, Architects, Buffalo, N. Y. Drawn by
F. R. Fuller.

238 INTERIOR— TEMPLE BETH ZION, DELAWARE


AVENUE, BUFFALO, N. V. E. A. & W. W. Kent.
Prentice Treadwell, Pinx.

239 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR HARLEM CLUB


HOUSE. Du Fais & Canfield, 335 Fourth Avenue,
New York City. Drawn by F. L. V. Hoppin.

240 SKETCHES AT LEIDEN, HAARLEM AND ROT


TERDAM, HOLLAND. Drawn by J. A. Van
Straaten, 19 Exchange Place, Boston, Mass.

241 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Chas. P. Warren, architec


tural department, Columbia College.

242 SKETCH OF ROMAN MONUMENT AT ST. REMY.


Drawn by S. W. Mead, Boston.

243 SKETCHES. Whitney Warren, 520 Fifth Avenue, New


York City.
244 ARCHITECTURAL MEDLEY. Drawn by Henry P
Kirby, 55 Broadway, New York.

245 BILLIARD ROOM, CLAYMONT COURT, VA. Wm.


A. Bates, Architect, 149 Broadway, New York.
246 SKETCH IN VENICE. Arnold W. Brunner, 39 Union
Square, W., New York City.

247 CHATEAU, CHANTILLY, FRANCE. A. Brennan,


New York.

248 CHATEAU, CHANTILLY, FRANCE. A. Brennan.


New York.

249 CHATEAU, CHANTILLY, FRANCE. A. Brennan,


New York.

250 DEN IN RESIDENCE OF EVERETT WARREN,


ESQ., SCRANTON, PA. E. G. W. Dietrich, 18
Broadway, New York City.

251 DINING-ROOM. Designed M. by E. Tillinghast, 3


Washington Square, New York.

252 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Jas. D. Hunter, Jr., 57 Broad


way, New York.

253 CA D'ORO, VENICE. Drawn by Edgar A. Josselyn,


108 West Thirty-eighth Street, New York City.

254 CHATEAU CHANTILLY, FRANCE. A. Brennan,


New York.

255 DESIGN FOR HOTEL AT BIG STONE GAP, VA.


Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 39 Union Square, W.,
New York City.

256 SKETCH OF PIERREFONDS, AS RECENTLY RE


STORED BY E. VIOLLET LE DUG. Sketched
by Julius A. Schweinfurth, Boston, Mass.
257 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. E. S. Keeler, architectural
department, Columbia College.

258 MISSION CHURCH, SAN GABRIEL, CAL.— FROM


THE VINEYARD. John Galen Howard, 57 Broad
way, New York City.

259 INTERIOR, ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW


YORK. James Ren wick, Architect, 28 University
Place, New York City.
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260 INTERIOR, ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW
YORK. James Renwick, Architect, 28 University
Place, New York City.

261 WALTER HASTINGS HALL, HARVARD UNIVER


SITY. Cabot & Chandler, Boston, Mass.

262 INTERIOR, ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW


YORK. James Renwick, Architect, 28 University
Place, New York City.
263 PORTAL OF ST. MICHEL LE PUY. Geo. F. New
ton, 60 Devonshire Street, Boston.

264 INTERIOR, ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW


YORK. James Renwick, Architect, 28 University
Place, New York City.
265 INTERIOR, ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW
YORK. James Renwick, Architect, 28 University
Place, New York City.
266 HOUSE FOR HENRY STEERS, ESQ.. ADAMS-
VILLE, R. I. Edward T. Hapgood, Architect, 1285
Broadway, New York.

267 OLD HOUSES, READING, ENGLAND. J. King


James, 137 Broadway, New York City.

268 SKETCHES FROM NUREMBURG. Harry Seymour


Barnes. 41 West Fifty-first Street, New York
City.

269 THE TOWER BUILDING. Nos. 50 Broadway and


41 and 43 New Street, New York. Property of J.
Noble Stearns, Esq. Bradford L. Gilbert, 50 Broad
way, New York City.

270 MUSIC HALL, FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET AND


SEVENTH AVENUE.— ENTRANCE VESTI
BULE. Wm. Burnet Tuthill, 52 Broadway, New
York City.
271 MUSIC HALL, FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET AND
SEVENTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. Wm. Burnet
Tuthill, Architect, 52 Broadway, New York.
272 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Robert D. Kohn, architec
tural department, Columbia College.

273 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. A. C. Jackson, architectural


department, Columbia College, New York.

274 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Herman Behlon, architec


tural department, Columbia College.

275 HOUSE FOR MISS MASON, DUBLIN, N. H.


Longfellow, Alden & Harlow, Boston, Mass.

276 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. E. G. Lichtenstein, archi


tectural department, Columbia College, New York.

277 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Wm. S. Lowndes, archi


tectural department, Columbia College.

278 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Drawn by Charles Alling


Gifford, Architect, 50 Broadway, New York City.

279 DESIGN FOR CITY CHURCH. R. H. Robertson,


121 East Twenty-third Street, New York City.
280 BOUDOIR. Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue,
New York City.
281 HOUSE IN MONTREAL. Rotch & Tilden, Archi
tects, Boston.

282 VICAR'S CLOSE, LITCHFIELD, ENGLAND. G. F.


Newton, 45 Broadway, New York City.

283 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Alfred Raymond, archi


tectural department, Columbia College, New York.

284 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Wm. S Post, architectural


department, Columbia College, New York City.

285 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. L. R. Rogers, architectural


department, Columbia College, New York.

286 PROBLEM IN DESIGN. Franz C. Thomas, archi


tectural department, Columbia College, New York.

287 MISSION CHURCH, SAN GABRIEL, CAL. John


Galen Howard, 57 Broadway.

288 PANEL FOR MANTELPIECE. Annie Dorcas Snow.


145 East Twenty-first Street, New York.
289 LEATHER BOOK COVER. (Design to be slightly
raised.) Miss Annie Dorcas Snow, 145 East Twenty-
first Street, New York City. For sale.
290 CHURCH AT BUFFALO, N. Y. Green & Wicks,
Buffalo, N. Y. Loaned by " Engineering and Build
ing Record."

291 COUNTRY HOUSE. Charles T. Mott, m Broadway,


New York.

292 PENCIL SKETCHES. T. Henry Randall, 55 West


Thirty-third Street, New York City.

293 INTERIOR DECORATION. Annie Dorcas


Miss
Snow, 145 East Twenty-first Street, New York City.
For Sale.
294 CATHEDRALS OF AMIENS AND BEAUVALS.
John Galen Howard, 57 Broadway, New York City.

295 CLOILLY. W. T. Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street, New


York.

296 OFFERV CHURCH, NEAR OXFORD, ENGLAND.


W. T. Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street, New York
City.
297 CAMPANILE AT SIENNA. W. T. Owen, 7 East
Thirty-first Street, New York.

298 SALISBURY CATHEDRAL, FROM THE CLOIS


TER. W. T. Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street, New
York.

299 CLOISTER, CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL W. T.


Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street, New York.

300 CHURCH ST. MARIA LIBERATRICE, ROME. W.


T. Owen.
301 CANTERBURY. W. T. Owen, 7 East Thirty-first
Street, New York.

302 CHURCH AT COMBE MARTIN, ENGLAND. W. T.


Owen.

303 PRATO, ITALY. W. T. Owen, 7 East Thirty-first


Street, New York.
304 ST. ANNE'S GATE, SALISBURY, ENGLAND. W. T.
Owen,

305 BUTCHERS' ROW, SHREWSBURY, ENGLAND.


W. T. Owen.

306 ARCH OF THE SILVERSMITHS, ROME. Walter


T. Owen.
307 SKETCH AT CANTERBURY, ENGLAND. W. T.
Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street, New York.

308 MERCURY LANE, CANTERBURY, ENGLAND.


W. T. Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street.

309 CAMPANILE SANTA MARIA, IN COSMEDIN,


ROME. W. T. Owen.
310 HANGING— SILK EMBROIDERY. Loaned by
Georges A. Glaenzer, 41 West Twentieth Street, New
York. Price, $185.

311 CHATEAU LA GRANGE (LAFAYETTE'S


HOUSE). Drawn by F. C. Jones, 253 West Forty-
second Street, New York.

312 TRIUMPHAL ARCH, SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS'


MONUMENT. John H. Duncan, 237 Broadway,
New York.

313 STUDIO INTERIOR. Charles A. Rich, 265 Broad


way, New York.

314 PALACE ON GRAND CANAL, VENICE. Frank E.


Wallis, New York.

315 STAINED GLASS WINDOW FROM A PICTURE


BY BOTTECELLI IN THE LOUVRE. Tiffany
Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue, New York.

316 SECTION OF BARRIER SCREENS TO ARCHES


OF WASHINGTON MONUMENT AT NEW-
BURGH, N. Y. J. H. Duncan, Architect. Captain
George McClellan Derby, U. S. A., engineer in
charge. Maurice J. Power, Founder.

317 ELECTROLIERS. Loaned by the Bergmann Electric


and Gas Fixture Co., 79 Fifth Avenue.
318 GLASS WINDOW— SPRING. Designed by Miss Em
met. Painted by Joline B. Smith. Loaned by
Tiffany Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue, New York.

319 GLASS WINDOW — AUTUMN. Miss Emmet.


Painted by Joline B. Smith. Loaned by Tiffany
Glass Co., 333 Fourth Avenue, New York.

DRAWN BY EDGAR A. JOSSELYN.

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CATALOGUE

320 FULL-SIZE DRAWING MURAL PAINTING, HOLY


TRINITY CHURCH, LINCOLN, NEB. F. S.
Lamb.

321 VENICE. Artist, Canaletto. Owner, Mrs. Dean.


Loaned by Mr. McDougell, 52 East Twenty- third
Street, New York.

322 A GIFT BEARER. Henry Oliver Walker. Price, $400.

323 AUTUMNA. Louis J. Rhead, Fiatbush, L. I.


324 SKETCH OF CHILDREN PLAYING CROQUETTE.
W. M. Chase.

325 TOWER OF ST. QUENTIN. L. S. Pomeroy, 101

East Seventy-ninth Street.

326 ANTIQUE EMBROIDERY. Loaned by George A.


Glaenzer, 41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

327 STUDY IN PINK AND BLUE FOR STAINED


GLASS— ST. CECILIA. J. A. Holzer.
328 MEDALLION OF BROWNING. Exhibited by Geyer
& Page. G. Natorp, 544 and 546 West Twenty-
seventh Street.

329 BOOK COVER. Alice C. Morse.

330 TWO BOOK COVERS. Alice C. Morse, 88 Morton


Street, Brooklyn.

331 DECORATION FOR PROSCENIUM. SUBJECT—


EVENING. William L. Dodge, 4 and 6 West Four
teenth Street, New York City.
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332 EMBROIDERED PORTIERE. Associated Artists, 115
East Twenty-third Street, New York City.

333 ANTIQUE EMBROIDERY. Loaned by Geo. A. Glaen-


zer, 41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

334 DESCENT OF NIGHT. Clio Hinton, 321 East Four


teenth Street. Price, $20.

33? MOSAICS— SKETCHES IN SOUTHERN ITALY.


W. W. Kent, 621 Madison Avenue, New York City.

336 THE ADVENT ANGEL. Ella Condie Lamb.


337 SKETCH FOR MURAL PAINTING : CHURCH OF
THE ASCENSION, BUFFALO, N. Y. F. S. Lamb
59 Carmine Street, New York.

338 PANEL— SPRING. WATER COLOR SKETCH FOR


DOORWAY. Louis J. Rhead, Flatbush, L. I.
339 SLEEP. Walter C. Greenough.

340 ANGEL, IN OPALESCENT GLASS. Walter C.


Greenough, 61 South Washington Square, New
York.

341 CHANCEL OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Muzzey &


Oppendorff, Buffalo, N. Y.

342 MOSQUE OF KAIL BEY, CAIRO. Geo. H. Yewell.


343 WATER COLOR STUDY. J. H. Moser, Washington,
D. C.

344 DECORATION FOR PROSCENIUM. SUBJECT—


EVENING. William L. Dodge, 4 and 6 West Four
teenth Street, New York City.

345 TOWER OF IGHTHAM "MOTE HOUSE," the cele


brated " Moated Grange " at Ightham, Kent,
Eng
land, built in the Eleventh Century. John A. Fraser.
346 DESIGN FOR MARBLE ALTAR AND OAK RERE-
DOS WITH MOSAICS. Chas. R. Lamb, 59 Car
mine Street, New York.

347 MOSAIC ALTAR PANEL, INLAID WITH MOTHER-


OF-PEARL. J. A. Holzer.
348 PERSIAN RUG, FORMERLY PROPERTY OF THE
SULTAN. Lent by Henry G. Marquand, Esq., n
East Sixty-eighth Street, New York,

349 DECORATION. A. Feron, 145 East Twenty-third


Street, New York.
350 DECORATIVE PANEL — HARVEST. William L.
Dodge, 4 and 6 West Fourteenth Street, New York
City.
351 TWO WINDOWS FROM IGHTHAM "MOTE
HOUSE;" ONE RESTORED IN THE SIX
TEENTH CENTURY. John A. Fraser.
352 DESIGN FOR MEMORIAL ALTAR AND RE-
REDOS. Chas. R. Lamb, 59 Carmine Street,
New York.
353 BOOK COVER SKETCH. Alice C. Morse.

354 SCHEME FOR BOOK COVER. Alice C. Morse, 88


Morton Street, Brooklyn.

355 DECORATION FOR PROSCENIUM. SUBJECT,


" EVENING." Geo. B. Bridgman, 4 and 6 West
Fourteenth Street, New York City.

356 OLD EMBROIDERY. Lent by Georges A. Glaenzer,


41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

357 WATER COLOR FRIEZE OF DAFFODILS. Louis


J. Rhead, Flatbush, L. I.

358 "DEVANT-AUTEL," FRENCH EMBROIDERY,


XVI. CENTURY. H. G. Marquand, Esq., 11 East
Sixty-eighth Street.

359 DESIGN FOR MEMORIAL PULPIT. Chas. R. Lamb.

360 TRIPTYCH MADONNA, ST. FRANCIS AND A


BISHOP. Loaned by Rev. R. J. Nevins, D. D., 29
Lafayette Place, New York.

361 PENELOPE. Dora Wheeler, 115 East Twenty-third


Street, New York.
362 SKETCH FOR CEILING. William L. Dodge, 4 and 6
West Fourteenth Street, New York City.
363 ANTIQUE EMBROIDERY. Loaned by George A.
Glaenzer, 41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

364 ANTIQUE EMBROIDERY. Loaned by George A.


Glaenzer, 41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

365 LOUIS XVI. CARVED WOOD CLOCK. Loaned by


Fred. W. Sharon.

366 LACQUER CABINET. Corean. Loaned by Frederick


W. Sharon.

367 MADONNA AND CHILD, STANDING. Unknown.


Loaned by Rev. R. J. Nevins, D. D.

368 MADONNA AND CHILD. Unknown. Loaned by


Rev. R. J. Nevins, 29 Lafayette Place. Price, $200.

369 MADONNA OFFERING BREAST TO CHILD, UM-


BRIAN SCHOOL. Owner, R. J. Nevins. Price,
$3,000.

370 BURNING OF A HERETIC PRIEST CELEBRAT


ING MASS. Unknown. Loaned by Rev. R. J.
Nevins, D. D., 29 Lafayette Place, New York
City.

371 MADONNA AND CHILD. Unknown. Rev. R. J.


Nevins, 29 Lafayette Place.

372 CRUCIFIXION AND CORONATION OF THE


BLESSED VIRGIN. Attributed to Pinturicchio.
Loaned by Rev. R. J. Nevins, D. D.

373 SKETCH FOR MURAL PAINTING— ANGEL,


BAPTISTRY ST. MARK'S CHURCH, MAUCH
CHUNK, PA. F. S. Lamb, Holbein Studio Build
ing, West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

374 MADONNA KNEELING BEFORE CHILD. Artist,


Fra Fillippo Lippi. Loaned by Rev. R. J. Nevins,
D. D., 29 Lafayette Place, New York.

375 BED CURTAIN. FRENCH EMBROIDERY, SIX


TEENTH CENTURY, AFTER PERSIAN DE
SIGN. Lent by Henry G. Marquand, 11 East Sixty-
eighth Street, New York.
376 SKETCH FOR PANEL. Jos. Lauber.
377 MADONNA AND CHILD, STANDING. Attributed
to Ghirlandago. Loaned by Rev. R. J. Nevins, D.D.,
29 Lafayette Place, New York.

378 SKETCH FOR STAINED GLASS. A. S. Locke.


Loaned by Tidden & Arnold.

379 PIECE FRENCH TAPESTRY, LOUIS XV. H. G.


Marquand, Esq., 11 East Sixty-eighth Street.

380 TRIPTYCH, WITH PRUDELLA MADONNA, WITH


FOUR SAINTS. Orcagna, but Prudella attributed
to Grotto. Rev. R. J. Nevins, D. D., 29 Lafayette
Place.

381 MADONNA AND CHILD.


382 SKETCH OF STAINED GLASS. A. S. Lock. Loaned
by Tidden & Arnold.

383 ANTIQUE CRUCIFIXION. Loaned by Dr. R. J.


Nevins, 29 Lafayette Place, New York.

384 HUNTER SKETCH FOR WALL PANEI DINING


ROOM. J. A. Holzer, 106 West 45th Street,
New York.

385 BED CURTAINS. FRENCH EMBROIDERY, SIX


TEENTH CENTURY, AFTER PERSIAN DE
SIGN. H. G. Marquand, Esq., 11 East Sixty-eighth
Street.

386 HOLY FAMILY. Unknown. Rev. R. J. Nevins, 29


Lafayette Place. Price, $100.

387 MADONNA AND CHILD. Unknown. Rev. R. J.


Nevins, 29 Lafayette Place.

388 MADONNA AND CHILD. Unknown. Loaned by


Rev. R. J. Nevins, D. D., 29 Lafayette Place, New York.

389 WATER COLOR STUDY.

390 MADONNA AND CHILD. (Round Frame.) Unknown.


Umbrian School. Rev. R. J. Nevins, 29 Lafayette,
Place. Price, $1,500.
391 SILK DAMASK EMBROIDERY, LOUIS XIV. H.
G. Marquand, Esq., n East Sixty-eighth Street.

392. RUG. Loaned by George A. Glaenzer, 41 East


Twentieth Street, New York.

393 PAINTING ON TILES. Charles Volkmer, Menlo Park,


N. J.
394 MUSIC (AFTER CHAPLIN.) L. S. Pomeroy.

395 DECORATIVE P4.NEL FOR MANTEL. Fred.


Marschall, 21 University Place, New York. Price,
$100.

396 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Cox


Sons, Buckley & Co., 343 Fifth Avenue, New York
City.

397 OLD IRON WORK. Sixteenth Century.

398 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Cox


Sons, Buckley & Co., 343 Fifth Avenue, New York
City.

399 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Stephen


Rogers, 931 Avenue D, Bayonne City, N. J.

400 ANTIQUE EMBROIDERY. Loaned by George A.


Glaenzer, 41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

401 CARTOON (1 SIZE), FOR STAINED GLASS WIN


DOW FOR CHESTER W. CHAPIN, FIRST
CHURCH, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Will H. Low.

402 DESIGN FOR BRASS TABLET. J. & R. Lamb, 59


Carmine Street, New York.

403 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Cox,


Sons, Buckley & Co., 343 Fifth Avenue, New
York.
404 SKETCH OF MEMORIAL WINDOW, JAMES T.
FIELD, ST. MARK'S CHURCH, ORANGE, N. J.
M. E. Tillinghast, 3 Washington Square, N.

405 PERSIAN SILK EMBROIDERY. H. G. Marquand, II


East Sixty-eighth Street.
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406 DECORATIVE HEAD BANDS AND BOOK COVERS,
DESIGNED FOR CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS.
Walter C. Greenough.

407 ANTIQUE EMBROIDERY. Loaned by George


Glaenzer, 41 East Twentieth Street, New York.

408 DESIGN FOR MURAL PAINTING. Ella Condie


Lamb.

409 CARVED WOOD PANEL. Loan.

410 VENETIAN IRON WORK, HUNG IN VARIOUS


PARTS OF THE ROOM. Loaned by Stanford
White, 57 Broadway, New York.

411 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. J. & R.


Lamb, 59 Carmine Street, New York.

412 EVANGELISTIC PANELS. G. T. Brewster, Cleve


land, O.

413 DONATELLO PANEL—VIRGIN AND CHILD.


Loaned by Otto Bacher.

414 EVANGELISTIC PANELS. Geo. T. Brewster, Cleve


land, O.

415 STAINED GLASS WINDOW, CHRIST CHURCH,


SPRINGFIELD, ILL. Ella Condie Lamb.
416 ANTIQUE TAPESTRY. Loaned by G. C. Munzig,
3 Washington Square, N., New York.

417 NOTES OF DECORATION IN CHRIST CHURCH,


BAY RIDGE, L. I. Otto Heinigke.

418 RUINS OF THE COUR DE COMPTES, PARIS.


George B. Bridgman, 4 West Fourteenth Street,
New York.

419 FRENCH TABLE COVER, LOUIS XIV. (From


Palais De Versailles). H. G. Marquand, Esq., 11
East Sixty-eighth Street.

420 VIEW OF MOKI TOWNS. F. S. Dellenbaugh. Price.


$200.
421 DECORATIVE PANEL—GREEK DANCE. William
L. Dodge, 4 and 6 West Fourteenth Street, New
York City.
422 SKETCHES IN FRANCE. Chester Loomis, 139 West
Fifty-fifth Street.

423 DECORATIVE PANEL. SUBJECT— SHIP-BUILD


ING. J. Maney Rhind, 11 East Fourteenth Street,
New York.

424 WATER COLOR DECORATIVE STUDY. Joseph


Lauber, 80 Washington Square, New York.

425 BOY WRITING IN SAND. H. O. Walker.

426 DECORATIVE PLASTER PANEL. Georges A.


Glaenzer & Co., 41 East Twentieth Street, New
York.
427 BYZANTINE CRUCIFIX. Owner, Mrs. Schuyler Van
Rensselaer, 9 West Ninth Street, New York.

428 RUINS OF THE COUR DE COMPTER, PARIS.


George B. Bridgman, 4 West Fourteenth Street, New
York.

429 WEDDING OFST. CATHARINE. Attributed to


Coreggio. Rev. R. J. Nevins, D. D., 29 Lafayette
Place, New York.

430 RUINS IN THE COUR DE COMPTER, PARIS.


George B. Bridgman, 4 West Fourteenth Street, New
York.

431 CHURCH INTERIOR, SPANISH. Loaned by W.


M. Chase.

432 AGLAIA (Head). Frank Fowler, 365 Fifth Avenue.

433 PERSIAN RUG. Owner, H. G. Marquand, Esq., 11

East Sixty-eighth Street.

434 JONATHAN. Francis Lathrop, Washington Square.

435 VENICE. Artist, Canaletto. Owner, Mrs. Dean. Loaned


by Mr. McDougell, 52 East Twenty-third Street,
New York.
436 INDIAN SILK EMBROIDERY. H. G. Marquand,
Esq., ii East Sixty-eighth Street.

437 MURAL PAINTING, BETHLEHEM PRESBYTE


RIAN CHURCH. F. S. Lamb, 59 Carmine Street,
New York.

438 DESIGN FOR MARBLE AND MOSAIC REREDOS


AND STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Charles R.
Lamb, 59 Carmine Street, New York.

439 FULL SIZE DRAWING, MURAL PAINTING, HOLY


TRINITY CHURCH, LINCOLN, NEB. F. S.
Lamb, Holbein Studio, 55th Street.

440 THE ANNUNCIATION. Taddeo Gabbio. Owner,


Rev. R. J. Nevins, 29 Lafayette Place.

441 FRENCH EMBROIDERY, HENRI II. H. G. Mar


quand, Esq., 11 East Sixty-eighth Street.

442 WROUGHT IRON STAND, COPIED FROM PIECE


IN BRITISH MUSEUM. John Williams, 544 West
Twenty-seventh Street, New York.

443 BRONZE STATUETTE— "BYBLIS." G. Nathrop,


London. Loaned by Tiffany & Co., Union Square,
New York.

444 ANTIQUE FRENCH INLAID CABINET. Loaned by


Fred W. Sharon.

445 ENGLISH INLAID TABLE. Loaned by Fred W.


Sharon.

446 DUTCH MILK CAN. Loaned by T. Alden Weir, 1 1

West Twelfth Street.

447 WROUGHT IRON AND IRONS. John Williams, 544


West Twenty-seventh Street, New York.

448 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHAIR. Loaned by W.


S. Allen.

449 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CHAIR. Loaned by W.


S. Allen.
45° FLORENTINE CHAIR, XVI. CENTURY. (Seat in
Racing Chariot.) Harry Willson Watrous, 58 West
Fifty-seventh Street.

451 LEATHER SEDAN CHAIR. (Formerly belonged to


the family of Cardinal Mazarin.) Owner, Harry
Willson Watrous, Esq , 58 West Fifty-seventh Street.

452 ANTIQUE GREEK AMPHORA. Loaned by Stanford


White, 57 Broadway, New York.

453 BYZANTINE CROSS. Loaned by Otto Bacher.

454 BYZANTINE CROSS. Loaned by Otto Bacher.

455 ST. GEORGE AND DRAGON, A VARIATION OF


RAPHAEL'S ST. GEORGE AT ST. PETERS
BURG. Painted by Raphael. Loaned by Rev. R. J.
Nevins, D.D., 29 Lafayette Place, New York.

456 PLASTER RELIEF— VIRGIN AND CHILD.


457 MENLO PARK CERAMIC WORKS : FAIENCE
ORNAMENTS. Chas. Volkmar.
DRAWINGS
FOR THE

THIRD ANNUAL COMPETITION


FOR THE

Gold & Silver {Medals of the Architectural League.

Open to Draughtsmen under twenty-five years.

Subject .—ENTRANCE FOR A WORLD'S FAIR.

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JULIUS HARDER, 237 Broadway, New York.

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Street West, Detroit, Mich.

" ZUTO," Edward Thompson Boggs, South Phila


212 3d Street,
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NOTE.— The Secretary may be addressed


at 47 West 42d Street, New York
Committees

EXHIBITION COMMITTEE
H. J. Hardenbergh Charles R. Lamb,

D. W. Willard Daniel C. French


Edward H. Clark Charles M. Shean
Warren R. Briggs Georges A. Glaenzer

Edward H. Kendall,
Chairman

CATALOGUE COMMITTEE
Charles I. Berg
F. S. Lamb

Arnold W. Brunner,
Chairman

MEDAL COMMITTEE
Thos. Hastings

Charles I. Berg
Bruce Price,
Chairman
DOORWAYIN AVILA. DRAWN BY JAMES BRITE.
OFFICERS
OF THE

Architectural League

PRESIDENT :

Russell Sturgis

VICE-PRESIDENT :

Frederic Crowninshield

SECRETARY :

Edward T. Hapgood

TREASURER :

Warren R. Briggs

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

EX-OFFICIO :

Russell Sturgis
Frederic Crowninshield

Edward H. Kendall
Charles I. Berg
J. D. Hunter
Arnold W. Brlnner
John Gellatly
Charles R. Lamr

H. J. Hardenbergh
Warren R. Briggs
Edward T. Hapgood
NORMAN PORCH, CANTERBURY. DRAWN BY J. PENNELL.
LIST OF MEMBERS.

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RESIDENT.

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D. Maitland Armstrong 61 Washington Square
J. Lawrence Aspinwall, 71 Broadway
William Baker, i Union Square

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Alfred C. Barlow, 149 Broadway
William A. Bates 149 Broadway
W. H. Beers 154 Nassau Street
Algernon S. Bell, 8o East Washington Square
Edward Hamilton Bell 126 East 27th Street
Charles I. Berg 10 West 23d Street
William B. Bigelow, 52 Broadway
Edwin Howland Blashfield, . . . H. B. Clafflin, Paris
A. J. Bloor, 18 Broadway
G. Bonanno, 608 Lexington Avenue
Warren R. Briggs, . . .
,-57
338 Main St., Bridgeport, Conn.

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James Brite Broadway

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A. Page Brown,

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57 Broadway
A. W. Brown 374 Belleville Avenue, Newark
Arnold W. Brunner, 36 Union Square, East
Howard Russell Butler, 47 West 42d Street

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A. Buchman, 8 West 29th Street

William Arthur Cable 45 Broadway


J. Cleveland Cadv, . . . . . .II1 Broadway
E. F. Caldwell, 900 Broadway
John M. Carrere, 44 Broadway
Edward Pearce Casey 57 Broadway
George P. Chappell, 24 State Street

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Edward H. Clark, 10 West 23d Street

Charles W. Clinton 32 Nassau Street

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William A. Coffin, 138 West 55th Street
Stockton B. Colt, 33 East 17th Street
Kenyon Cox 145 West 55th Street

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Frederic Crowninshield, 42 West 18th Street
Lockwood DeForest 7 East 10th Street
F. S. Dellenbaugh, . . 3 Willow Place, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Walter Dickson, 54 Bible House, Astor Place
Frederick P. Dinkelberg 246 Fifth Avenue
Albert F. D'Oench, 50 West 40th Street
A. W. Drake, The Century Co., 33 East 17th Street
John DuFais 337 Fourth Avenue
Thomas J. Duff, 154 Nassau Street

John H. Duncan 237 Broadway


RESIDENT MEMBERS.— Continued.

Charles Edwards, Paterson, N. J.


Cyrus L. W. Eidlitz 128 Broadway
Edward F. Ely, 624 Madison Avenue
William Bailev Faxon 152 West 52d Street
Frank Fowler, . . . Univ. Building, Wash. Sq., East
Halstead Parker Fowler 280 Broadway
W. Lewis Fraser, . . . Century Co., 33 East 17th Street
Daniel C. French, 125 West nth Street

John Gellatlv in Broadway


Robert W. Gibson 18 Wall Street

Charles A. Gifford, 50 Broadway

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Charles P. H. Gilbert, 18 Broadway
Georges A. Glaenzer 33 East 20th Street
Percy Griffin, 206 Broadway
Walter C. Greenough, 61 Washington Square
Ernest Greene Temple Court, Beekman Street
C. C. Haight in Broadway
A. D. F. Hamlin Columbia College
Edward T. Hapgood, 1285 Broadway
H.J. Hardenbergh, IO West 23d Street
Julius Harder, 237 Broadway
George C. Harney, 149 Broadway
Thomas Hastings 44 Broadway
Hughson Hawlev, 2 West 14th Street

Louis R. Hazeltine, Morristown, N. J.


George L. Heins, . . . Temple, Court, Beekman Street
F. P. Hill 57 Broadway
William H. Hoffman 333 West 51st Street
William C. Hough 280 Broadway
Augustus Howe, 83 Nassau Street
R.H.Hunt 154 Nassau Street
R. M. Hunt, 154 Nassau Street

J.D. Hunter, Jr., 57 Broadway


Walter C. Hunting 10 West 23d Street
George Martin Huss 1285 Broadway
J. Nat. Hutchins 101 East 25th Street

John C. Jacobsen 10 West 23d Street

Francis C. Jones, 253 West 42d Street


C. Powell Karr 23 Warren Street
George Keister, 55 West 33d Street
Edward H. Kendall 150 Fifth Avenue
William M. Kendall 57 Broadway
W. W. Kent, 024 Madison Avenue
RESIDENT MEMBERS.— Continued.

Henry F. Kilburn 229 Broadway


David W. King 202 Broadway
H. P. Kirby 33 East 17th Street
Wilbur S. Knowles, 189 Broadway
T. A. Koen 57 Broadway
M. K. Kress, Columbia College
William Kuiiles m Broadway
Charles R. Lamb, 59 Carmine Street

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F. S. Lamb, 139 West 55th Street
Francis Lathrop, 29 Washington Square
James Lauber, 52 East 23d Street
Warrington G. Lawrence, 154 Nassau Street
Michel M. LeBrun, 50 Broadway
Pierre L. LeBrun, 50 Broadway
Willard P. Little 28 West 23d Street

James Brown Lord, 121 East 23d Street

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Will H. Low 42 West 15th Street
John B. Lyman, 876 Broadway
H. Magonigle 57 Broadway
A. J. Manning, 121 East 23d Street
Henry Rutgers Marshall, 74 Wall Street
Charles D. Marvin, 26 Broad Street
Charles F. McKim 57 Broadway
N. C. Mellen, 1 Union Square

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William H. Mersereau, 39 Broadway
E. L. Messenger 50 Broadway
Pringle Mitchell, 333 Fourth Avenue
E. C. Moore, Tiffany & Co., Union Square
Charles T. Mott m Broadway
H. Siddons Mowbray, 58 West 57th Street
Alvan C. Nye, 107 East 70th Street
M. J. O'Connor, 28 West 23d Street

Walter F. Owen, 7 East 31st Street


Albert E. Parfitt 26 Court Street, Brooklyn

Arthur D. Pickering 237 Broadway


George B. Post, 33 East 17th Street
Bruce Price, .150 Fifth Avenue
T. Henry Randall, 55 West 33d Street
E. H. Remsen, 74 West 23d Street
William W. Renwick, 71 Broadway
Charles A. Rich, 265 Broadway
Robert H. Robertson, . . . . . 121 East 23d Street

Charles Frederick Rose, m Broadway


Ehrick Kensett Rossiter 47 Liberty Street
RESIDENT MEMBERS.— Continued.

William H. Russell, 71 Broadway


Charles M. Shean, 120 West 50th Street
Harold Blake Sherwin, 57 Broadway
Samuel Sherwood, 18 West 32d Street

W. Sidney Smith, 31 Union Square, West


E. P. Sperry 333 Fourth Avenue
S. M. Stanton 33 East 17th Street
Robert S. Stephenson 5 Beekman Street
W. E. Stone 23 State Street
Sidney V. Stratton, 57 Broadway
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D. N. B. Sturgis, . . . . . 307 East 17th Street
Russell Sturgis 307 East 17th Street
Joseph H. Taft, . . . . . . . 33 East 20th Street
Henry W. Thayer, . . Jefferson Building, Brooklyn
W. H. Thomas 11 Waverly Place

Alfred H. Thorp 31 Union Square, West


Louis C. Tiffany 7 East 72d Street
Ernest Rollin Tilton 12 East 22a Street

Thomas Tryon 36 Union Square, East


A. L. Tuckerman 10 West 23d Street

Arthur B. Turnure , 1 West 25th Street


William Burnet Tuthill 52 Broadway
Richard M. Upjohn III Broadway
W. B. VanIngen Manhattan Club
Charles Volkman Menlo Park, N. J.
Thomas D. Wadelton 229 Fifth Avenue
Elbert Ludlam Wakeman 93 Nassau Street
Frank Waller, 31 and 33 Broad Street
Frank E. Wallis, 32 Tribune Building
William Walton 123 Fifth Avenue
William R. Ware, Columbia College
Edward Martin Welch 42 West 18th Street
Edmund B. Wells, in Broadway
A. Dunham Wheeler, II5 East 23d Street
Daniel W. Willard 55 Broadway
D. Craigiiton Withers 54 Bible House
Fred C. Withers 54 Bible House, Astor Place
Joseph Wolf 53 Liberty Street
George E. Wood, 63 William Street
Frank A. Wright 47 Liberty Street
NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS.

Francis H. Bacon, 96 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.


C. H. Blackall, . Music Hall Bldg., Boston, Mass.
George T. Brewster, 477 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
Herbert C. Burdett, 91 and 92 White Bldg.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Reginald Cleveland Coxe, . Eastern Point, Gloucester, Mass.
e. colonna, 2464 St. Carmine Street, Montreal, Canada
James G. Cutler, . 50 Trust Bldg., Rochester, N. Y.

John M. Donaldson, . 49 and 50 Moffatt Bldg., Detroit. Mich.

Wilson Eyre, Jr., . 927 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.


J. Wm. Fosdick, . Westborough, Mass.
A. W. Fuller, . 86 State Street, Albany, N. Y.
Cass Gilbert, 649 Endicott Street, St. Paul, Minn,
Edward B. Green, . 89 West Genesse, Buffalo, N. Y.
A. B. Harlow, 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.

Clarence H. Johnson, Ger.-Amer. Bank Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.


Edgar A. Josselyn, 60 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.

J. H. Marling, . 92 White Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.


Edward I. Nickerson, . 45 Westminster St., Providence, R. I.
Frank Niernsee, Columbia, S. C.
Chas. Francis Osborne, Cornell University, Ithica, N. Y.
Leoni W. Robinson, 847 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.
John W. Root, . n5 Monroe Street, Chicago, 111.
Arthur Rotch, 85 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.

Julius A. Schweinfurth, 62 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.

John Calvin Stevens, Oxford Bldg., Middle St., Portland, Me.


J. K. Taylor, 649 Endicott Street, St. Paul, Minn.
Bernard Vonnegut, 62 Vance Block, Indianapolis, Ind.
H. Langford Warren, 9 Park Street, Boston, Mass.
W. A. Wheeler, . 86 State Street, Albany, N. Y.
Edward M. Wheelwright, . 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.

E. L. Young, . . 50 N. 6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.


Introductory.
Т^НE Architectural League opens its sixth regular exhibition
1 in a hopeful and confident spirit. The membership has
greatly increased within the year, and still more within two years;
and, besides this, the best evidence of success, there are reasons
enough for thinking our scheme the right one, and our objects
obtainable, as well as important. To bring together architects,
painters, sculptors and decorative designers, and to interest each in
the work of all, so that knowledge may come of free intercourse and
sympathy may come of knowledge, is our plan, as it was set forth in
this place a year ago.
One of the means employed is written and verbal discussion of
artistic subjects. It has always been hard to get articulate ex
pression of the thoughts of artists. It is quite notorious that artists
can seldom express themselves otherwise than through their art ;
and yet it very often happens that there is something to be said —
something already in the artist's mind — fitted for expression in
words, and needed by his fellows, by his juniors, or by the public.
Practicing artists find it easy to express themselves in pen-and-ink or
brush work, or with the modelling tool, or with the pencil that sets
down architectural conceptions before they vanish ; but there come
thoughts to everybody for which words are the best dress, and what
is wanted is that speaking shall be made easy to the unpracticed
speaker. What the League aims to do is to afford time, place,
opportunity, inducement, a sympathetic and instructed audience.
The dining room and the hour after dinner have seemed the best for
our purpose ; but other arrangements are feasible as well as these,
and all plans shall be tried.
There is the standing difficulty — the prodigious number of
engagements to which New Yorkers are bound. Our undertaking
would be much simpler in a quieter town. Architects, too, are the
hardest worked men in the community, with work that cannot be left
behind at the office, that can never be done quickly enough, that is
always being hurried and urged, that always needs all the principal's
own time and thoughts, in addition to the time and thought he pays
for. We hope to have more than nine evenings of study and dis
cussion during the nine available months of each year; but we have
been limited to that number, as yet.
During the previous winter and this one, we have had to thank,
most warmly, some gentlemen, not members of the League, for
valuable papers and addresses. Professor Frothingham, of Prince
ton, has given us the benefit of very remarkable discoveries and
conclusions of his own, in connection with the first appearance in
Italy of the pointed architecture of the North. Professor Longfellow,
of Boston, has addressed us on the Architect's Point of View of
the art and its practice. Mr. William Ralph Emerson has read
a paper on " Ancient American Houses and Their Builders." Mr. C.
H. Blackall, of Boston, has given a lecture on " Portuguese Archi
tecture," which little-known subject he had studied on the spot.
Lantern illustrations were used when required. Debate in most cases
has followed the address. On the other evenings the chief speakers
have been members of the League, and such subjects were discussed
as these : " The Application of Decoration to Architectural Forms,"
" Mohammedan Architecture in India,"
(Mr. C. Howard Walker) ;
"
(Mr. Lockwood De Forest); Roman Baths and Basilicas, as Explain
ing the Origin of Byzantine Architecture," (Professor A. D. F. Hamlin);
" Realism and Common Sense in Design,"
(Mr. R. Sturgis); and two
very different and very interesting subjects treated by Mr. Dellen-
baugh — namely, " Finisterre, the Artist's Corner of Brittany," and
" Architectural Forms in Nature," with especial reference to the
marvels of Western North America. There was also a general debate
set for one night, on " The Outlook and the Promise for Decorative
Architecture, in America and in Europe."
These meetings are so far public that any member of the League
is free to bring guests with him to the dinner and the subsequent lit
erary entertainment. It is thought that the whole scheme can be
made larger and more elaborate when the League has its own rooms
in the new Fine Arts building. Meantime, the way to succeed in
such work is to begin to do it, and so learn to do it better : and we
are encouraged by the results so far.
It is probable that the American Fine Art Society's building will
be well advanced before the next issue of this catalogue, and that
the League will be safely lodged in its permanent quarters early in
1802. A preliminary competition among members of the League re
sulted in the choice by the jury of the three designs submitted by
Mr. H. J. Hardenbergh, Mr. Edmund B. Wells, and Messrs. Babb,
Cook & Willard. A second competition among these three is to be
closed on the fifteenth of December, 1890. The jury in this case is
made up of the Presidents of the three societies who are the chief
constituents of the American Fine Arts Society — namely, Mr. Wm.
M. Chase, of the Society of American Artists, Mr. R. Sturgis, of
the Architectural League, and Mr. Edwin D. French, of the Art
Students' League. It is probable that the decision will be made,
and the successful architect or firm set to work, regularly, before
this notice meets the reader's eye. The three designs of the second
competition, as well as some of those submitted in the first one, will
be included in the Sixth Annual Exhibition. R. S.
List of Exhibitors.
Aldrich, C. H., Columbia College. Brockway, M.
Artel, H., 164 Prince St. Brooks, W. F., Columbia College.
Associated Artists, New York. Brunner, Arnold W., 36 Union
Associated Designers, New York. Square, E.
Avery Henry O. , (deceased). Brunner & Tryon, 36 Union Sq., E.
Avery, S. P., New York. Buckland. Will A.
Bunner, H. F., Holbein Studio,
Babb, Cook & Willard, 55 Broad W. 55th St.
way. Butler, H. R., 53 E. 53d St.
Bacher, Otto H., The Sherwood.
Bacon, Francis H., Boston, Mass. Century Co., 33 E. 17th St.
Baudry, Paul. Chamberlain, W. E., Boston,
Beckwith, J. C., The Sherwood. Mass.
Bell, E. H., 126 E. 27th St. Chamberlin, G. Howard, Boston,
Benedict, Fred S., 52 Broadway. Chapman, Carlton T., 58 W. 57th St.
Benson, John B. Chipiez, C.
Bent, F. H. Church, F. S., 13th St. near
Berg & Clark, 10 W. 23d St. Broadway.
Bigelow, Wm. B., 52 Broadway. Clark, T. M.
Bitter, Carl, 519 W. 21st St. Clinton, Chas. W., 32 Nassau St.
Blackall, C. H., Boston, Mass. Colonna, E.
Blennet, Carle E., 146 W. 55th St. Colt, S. B., Short Hills, N. J.
Boise, James. Constant, Benj.
Bradley, Horace, 143 E 23d. St. Cookman, C. E., 146 W. 55th St.
Bragden, Claude F. Cope & Stewardson, Philadelphia,
Brenneman, G. W. Pa.
Briggs, Warren R., Bridgeport, Cox, Kenyon, 145 W. 55th St.
Conn. Cram & Went worth, Boston, Mass.
Brite, James, 20 Irving Place, Creifelds, R.
Hrite, James, 57 Broadway. Crowninshield, Frederic, 42 W.
Brockway, A. L. 1 8th St.

lu
Dangon, Victor, 15 12 Broadway. Hapgood, Ed. T., 1285 B'way.
DeForest, Lockwood. Hardenbergh, Henry J., 10 W.
Delhi, Arne. 23d St.
Dellenbaugh, F. S., 120 W. 50th Harder & Coulter, 237 Broadway.
St. Harper Bros.
Den man, Herman, 58 W. 57th St. Harriman, C.
Dietrich, E. G. W., 18 Broadway. Hawley, Hughson, 2 W. 14th St.
Dodd, Arthur Hooper, Boston, Hayes, J. A.
Mass. Hertz, Henry B., Columbia Col
Duncan. John H., 265 Broadway. lege.
Dunsing& Koepfner, Fourth Ave. Hines & Lafarge, Temple Court.
Hinton, E. Stuart.
Edwards, Chas. , Paterson, N. J. Holiday, Henry, London.
Ely, E. F., 621 Madison Ave. Hunter, J. D., 57 Broadway.
Engineering Record, 277 Pearl Hunting, Walter C., 10 W. 23d St.
St. Huss, Geo. Martin, 12S5 B'way.
Eppendorfl, J. G. Hutchings, J. H., 337 Fourth Ave.
Eyre, Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa.
Idlietz, Cyrus L. W., 128 B'way.
Fargo, W. C. Israels, Chas. H., 99 Nassau St.
Fernald, G. P., Boston, Mass.
Fitz, B. R., W. 55th St.
152 Jacobson, John C., 10 W. 23d St.
Florence, M. Sargent. James, J. K., Flushing, L. I.
Fosdick, J. Wm., 154 W. 55th St. Jones, F. C., 253 W. 43d St.
Fowler, Frank, University Bldg. Josselyn, Edgar A., 10 Waverly
Fowler & Hough, New York. Place.
Freeman, Frank, Vanderbilt Bldg.
French, Dan'l C., 125 W. 11th St. Keister, Geo., 12S6 Broadway.
Fuller & Wheeler, Albany, N. Y. Kelverly, John.
Kendall, Wm. M., 57 Broadway.
Gibson, R. W., 18 Wall St. Kent, W. W., 621 Madison Ave.
Gilford, Chas. A., 50 Broadway. King, Louise H., 75 W. 55th St.
Gilbert, Chas. P. H., 18 B'way. Knowles, Wilbur A., 189 B'way.
Gilbert & Taylor, St. Paul, Minn. Kress, M. K., Columbia College.
Goodhue, Berham, G.
Greenough, Emily K., 61 Wash La Farge, John, 51 W. 10th St.

ington Square, S. Lamb, Ella Condie.


Greenough, Walter C., 61 Wash Lamb, F. S., 139 W. 55th St.
ington Square, S. Lamb, J. & R., 59 Carmine St.
Lamb & Rich, 265 Broadway. Nye, Aloan C., 170 E. 70th St.
Landerkin, Chas. E.
Lanfet, Jos., 52 E. 23d St. Ord, John, Philadelphia, Pa.
Lathrop, Francis, 63 Washington Osborne, C. Francis, Ithaca, N.Y.
ton Square, S. Owen, Walter Tallent, 7 E. 35th
Lavalle, John, Boston, Mass. St.
Lawrence, W. G., Tribune Bldg.
Le Brun, N. & Sons, 50 B'wav. Parfit, A. E., Brooklyn.
Levy, H. A., 58 W. 57th St. Parfitt Brothers, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lewis, D. H. & Son, 1325 B'way. Phipps, Slocum & Co., Boston.
Little & Brown, Boston, Mass. Piccirilla, A., 456 E. 42d St.
Little & O'Connor, 28 W. 23d St. Pettier, Stymus & Co., Lexington
Loomis, Chester, Englewood, N.J. Ave, and 41st St.
Lord, A. W. Price, Bruce, 150 5th Av.
Lord, James Brown, 121 E. 23d St.
Redmond, J. J., 58 W. 57th St.
McGuire, Jos. H. Reid, Robert, 58 W. 67th St.

McKim, Mead & White, 57 B'way. Rhind, J. Massey, 11 E. 14th St.


Mackintosh, Newton, 34 Gram- Robertson, R. H., 123 E. 23d St.
ercy Park, Ross, Albert Randolph.
Maginn, Chas., 47 University Pl. Ross & Stone, in Broadway.
Magonigle, Harold. Rossiter & Wright, 47 Liberty St.
Mailing & Burdett, Buffalo, N. Y. Rotch, Arthur, Boston, Mass.
Marvin, C. D., 26 Broad St. Rotch & Tilden, Boston, Mass.
Masqueray, C. L.
Meeker, E.J. 4 W. 14th St. Sartain, Wm., 152 W. 57th St.
Mellen & Kirby, New York Sawyer, R. D., 58 W. 57th St.

Mentes, C. Schweinfurth, J. A., Boston, Mass,


Mitchell. E., 49 W. 22d St. Shean, C. M., 120 W. 50th St.

Mooers, C. H. Sherwin, Harold Blake.


Morrison Bros., New York. Shirlaw, Walter E., 3 Washington
Morse, Alice C., in S. nth St., Sq., N.
Brooklyn. Sloane, W. & J., New York.
Mott, Chas, T., in Broadway. Smith, Frank Hill.
Muzzey & Eppendorff. Sperry, Edward P., 80 Washing
ton Sq., E.
Nash, Thomas, 50 Broadway. Stevenson & Green, Temple Court.
New York Sketch Club. Stevenson, H. M., Boston, Mass.
Nichaus, Chas. H. Stewardson, John, 84 Nassau St.
Stratton & Ellingwood, 57 B'way. Von Musits, Henriette, 1266 Lex
Striebinger, F.W. , 97 E. Houston ington Ave.
St. Von Ottenfeld.

Thayer & Wallace, Brooklyn, Walker, C. Howard.


N. Y. Walker, Henry Oliver, 253 W. 42d
Thomas, W. H., 31 Union Sq. St.
Thorp, A. H., 31 Union Square. Walton, Wm., 123 Fifth Ave.
Thulstrup, T. de, 153 4th Ave. Warner, O. L., 80 Washington Sq.
Thyng, Mrs. A. G., Holbein Warren, H. B., Roxbury, Mass.
Studio, W. 55th St. Warren, H. Langford, Boston,
Tiffany, J. B. Mass.
Tilton, Ed. L. Wells, Edmund, 11 1 Broadway.
Tojetti, V. Wheeler, Mrs. C., 115 E. 22d St.
Tryon, Thomas, 36 Union Sq., E. Wrheeler, Wm. Arthur, Albany,
Tuckerman, A. L., 10 W. 23d St. N. Y.
Turner. C. Y., 35 W. 14th St. White, Stanford, 57 Broadway.
Withers. D. C., New York.
Ueffinger, Justus M. Wittemore, Wm. J., 106 W. 56th St.

Van Ingen, 74Washington Sq. , S. Yandell, Chas. R., 140 Fifth Ave.
Volkmar, Chas., Menlo Park,
N. J. Zimmerman, Fr.
Qatalogue of Exhibits.

MAIN GALLERY.

1 DETAIL OF PILASTER, "PURITAN." Drawn by


A. Brennan. Loaned by the Century Company.
2 GRAND STAND OF CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY
CLUB, SHEEPSHEAD BAY. Rowe & Baker,
Architects, 10 West Twenty-Third Street, New York.
3 ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, NEW YORK. Drawn by
Harry Fenn. Loaned by the Century Company.
4 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR GRANT MONU
MENT. John Ord, Architect, Philadelphia.
5 SKETCH FOR VAULT FOR E. N. HORSFORD,
ESQ. Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 36 Union
Square, East, New York.
6 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE GRANT MON
UMENT—PLAN. N. Le Brun & Sons, Architects,
50 Broadway, New York.
7 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR GRANT MONU
MENT. N. Le Brun & Sons, Architects, 50 Broad
way, New York.
8 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE GRANT MON
UMENT— SECTION. N. Le Brun & Sons, Archi
tects, 50 Broadway, New York.

9 EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL OF SAINT MATTHEW,


DALLAS, TEX. Bertram G. Goodhue, Architect.
10 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR OPERA HOUSE,
NORWICH, CONN. Harder & Coulter, Architects.
Drawn by Julius Harder, 237 Broadway, New York,
и THE CHAPTER HOUSE, WELLS CATHEDRAL.
Drawn by Joseph Pennel. Loaned by the Century
Co.
12 RESIDENCE OF W. A. PARKE, ESQ. E. W. Dietrich,
Architect, 18 Broadway, New York.
13 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR CHURCH AT
READING. Berg & Clark, Architects, 10 West
Twenty-third Street, New York.

14 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE TOMB OF


GENERAL GRANT.— FRONT ELEVATION.
Chas. W. Clinton, Architect, 32 Nassau Street, New
York.
15 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE GRANT MON
UMENT.— SECTION. Chas. W. Clinton, Archi
tect, 32 Nassau Street, New York.
16 A COMPOSITION. Wilson Eyre, Architect, Philadel
phia.

17 S. GIORGIO IN VELABRO, ROME. Drawn by James


Brite, 57 Broadway, New York.
18 A MEMORY OF THE LOIRE — IMAGINARY
STUDY. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth.
19 DESIGN FOR TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT
ARMORY. Fowler & Hough, Architects.
20 INTERIOR OF HOUSE IN WEST VIRGINIA.
Charles T. Mott, Architect, 11 1 Broadway, New
York.
21 "VYRNEY-KNOLLYS" — A COUNTRY HOUSE.
William Howard Thomas, Architect, 31 Union Square,
New York.
22 PIAZZO OF SAN MARCO, VENICE. Drawn by J.
A. Schweinfurth, Boston, Mass.

23 DRAWINGS BY MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK


SKETCH CLUB. Charles H. Israels, Secretary,
99 Nassau Street, New York.

24 NOTES OF TRAVEL. Drawn by C. H. Blackall,


Boston, Mass.

25 SKETCHES. Drawn by W. G. Lawrence.


26 RESIDENCE OF J. H. HANAN, EIGHTH AVENUE
AND CARROLL STREET, BROOKLYN. Charles
P. H. Gilbert, Architect, 18 Broadway, New York.

21
27 CHORAGIC MONUMENT OF LYSICRATES, GATE
OF THE AGORA, ATHENS. Drawn by Francis
H. Bacon, Boston, Mass.
28 HOUSE FOR C. C. BUEL, ESQ., NEW YORK.
George Martin Huss, 1285 Broadway, New York.
Drawn by R. W. Gardner.
29 MORSE HALL, CORNELL UNIVERSITY. C.
Francis Osborne, Architect. Ithaca, N. Y.
30 DRAWINGS BY NEW YORK SKETCH CLUB.
Charles H. Israels, Secretary, 99 Nassau Street,
New York.
31 HOUSE FOR J. F. A. LANIER, ESQ. James Brown
Lord, Architect, 121 East Twenty-third Street,
New York.
32 ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, STAMFORD, CONN. R. W.
Gibson, Architect, 18 Wall Street, New York.

33 HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING PLYMOUTH. Rotch


& Tilden, Architects, Boston, Mass.
34 STAIRWAY IN PLACE POISONNERIE, CHAR-
TRES. Drawn by William J. Whittemore, 106 West
Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
35 SKETCHES NEAR QUEBEC. Drawn by John Stew-
ardson, 84 Nassau Street, New York.

36 PORCH OF HOUSE FOR MRS.'C. E. PATTERSON,


TROY, N. Y. H. Langford Warren, Architect,
Boston, Mass.

37 RESIDENCE IN BROOKLYN. Frank Freeman,


Architect, Vanderbilt Building, New York. J. N.
Hutchins, Del.

38 LOOKING DOWN ON THE ROOFS, MT. ST.


MICHEL. Drawn by Arnold W. Brunner, 36 East
Union Square, New York.
39 PUBLIC LIBRARY, BOSTON, DARTMOUTH ST.,
ELEVATOR. McKim, Mead & White, Architects,
57 Broadway, New York.
40 SKETCHES IN ITALY. Drawn by James Brite, 57
Broadway, New York,
41 HALL FIREPLACE. A Ivan C. Nye, Architect, 170
East Seventieth Street, New York.
42 FACADE OF COURT HOUSE ECOLE DES BEAUX
ARTS PROFET. Designed by M. Brockway.
43 CLOISTERS OF MAULBRONN, GERMANY. Drawn
by J. J. Redmond, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street,
New York. Price, $150.
44 PORCH OF HOUSE OF A. ORR, ESQ., TROY,
S.
N. Y. H. Langford Warren, Architect, Boston, Mass.
45 TRINITY CHURCH FROM WALL STREET. Drawn
by Harry Fenn. Loaned by the Century Company.
46 LA TOUR MAGNE NIMES. Drawn by J. Pennell.
Loaned by the Century Company.
47 CHURCH AND LECTURE HALL, SAILORS' SNUG
HARBOR. R. W. Gibson, Architect, 18 Wall Street,
New York.
48 ANGLE COURT HOTEL, KIMBALL, TENN. Berg
& Clark, Architects, 10 West Twenty-third Street,
New York,
49 CHATEAU L'ONDE MANDOUCET, a. u. mdccclxvi.
W. E. Chamberlain, Boston, Mass.

50 STREETS IN VITRE. Drawn by Carlton T. Chapman,


58 West Fifty-seventh Street.
51 DENBEIGH HALL, BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, PA.
Cope & Stewardson, Architects, Philadelphia.
52 VIEW AT GENZONO, ITALY. Drawn by Warrington
G. Lawrence, Tribune Building, New York.
53 BUILDING FOR WILLIAM F. HAVEMEYER, ESQ.
Brunner & Tyron, Architects, 36 Union Square, East.
New York.

54 DESIGN FOR CHURCH. Chas. A. Gifford, Architect,


50 Broadway, New York.

55 ANTWERP CATHEDRAL. Drawn by Walter Tallant


Owen, 7 East Thirty-first Street, New York.

56 NORMAN DOORWAY, CHURCH AT PATRIX-


BOURNE, ENGLAND. Drawn by W. T. Owen,
7 East Thirty-first Street, New York.
57 SKETCH AT LIMBURG-ON-THE-SAHN. Drawn
by Arnold W. Brunner, 36 Union Square, East, New
York.
58 FRAGMENTS OF ITALIAN ARCHITECTURE.
William Arthur Wheeler, 86 State Street, Albany,
N. Y.
59 TRANSEPT OF YORK CATHEDRAL. Drawn by
Jos. Fennel 1. Loaned by the Century Company.
60 NAVE FROM NORTH AISLE, GLOUCESTER
CA THEDRAL. Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Loaned
by the Century Company.
61 ST. BENEDICT'S HOME, RYE, N. Y. Little &
O'Connor, Architects, 28 West Twenty-third Street,
New York.
62 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR BATTLE MONU
MENT AT WEST POINT. Babb, Cook & Wil-
lard, Architects, 55 Broadway, New York. Drawn by
Paul Gmelin.
63 SKETCHES OF TILES, ETC. C. H. Blackall, Boston,
Mass.

64 SOUTH AISLE OF NAVE, GLOUCESTER CATHE


DRAL. Drawn by Joseph Pennell. Loaned by
the Century Company.

65 EAST END OF YORK CATHEDRAL. Drawn by


Joseph Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.
66 THE RACQUET OR TENNIS CLUB. Cyrus L. W.
Eidlitz, Architect, 128 Broadway, New York. Drawn
by Hughson Hawley.

67 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Francis H. Bacon, Boston,


Mass.
68 HIGH STREET, EDINBORO'. Drawn by Joseph
Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.
69 COUNTRY HOUSES. By Cram & Wentworth, Archi
tects, Boston, Mass.

70 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR PROPOSED COF


FEE EXCHANGE. Henry J. Hardsnbergh, Archi
tect, 10 West Twenty-third Street, New York.

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71 HON. S. B. ELKINS' HOUSE, ELKIN'S W. VA.
Charles T. Mott, Architect,, i11 Broadway, New
York.
72 AN IMAGINATIVE STUDY, AN OLD ITALIAN
TOWN. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth, Boston,
Mass.

73 CUMBERLAND GAP PARK HOTEL. William B.


Bigelow, Architect, 52 Broadway, New York.

74 THE CUMBERLAND GAP PARK CO.'S SANITA


RIUM. William B. Bigelow, Architect, 52 Broad
way, New York.
75 OFFICE BUILDING (STUDY). Bruce Price, Archi
tect, 150 Fifth Avenue, New York.

76 SKETCH. Drawn by C. Harriman.


77 STUDY FOR RESTORATION OF THE PARTHE
NON. C. Chipiez, Architect.

78-100 STUDIES ON THE ACROPOLIS, ATHENS. Lock-


wood de Forest. »

101 STUDY FOR RESTORATION OF PARTHENON—


VIEW OF INTERIOR. C. Chipiez, Architect.
102 STUDY FOR RESTORATION OF THE PAR
THENON. C. Chipiez, Architect.
103 CHORAGIC MONUMENT OF LYSICRATES. Drawn
by Edward L. Tilton.
104 BUST OF THE LATE HENRY OGDEN AVERY.
By John Calverly, Sculptor.
105 DRAWINGS BY THE LATE HENRY OGDEN
AVERY, INCLUDING DESIGN FOR GRANT
MONUMENT AND SCHOOL DRAWINGS.
106 LONDON AND LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, 57-59 WILLIAM STREET. H. J.
Hardenbergh, Architect, 10 West Twenty-third Street,
New York. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.

107 SKETCHES IN SICILY. Drawn by Arne Delhi.


108 WINTER. F. W. Striebinger, 97 East Houston Street,
New York.
io9 CHANCEL OF ST. THOMAS, NEW YORK. Drawn
by Hughson Hawley, 2 West Fourteenth Street, New
York.
11o SUMMER. F. W. Striebinger.
it 1 CARYATIDE. Sculptor Roine\ Sent by Morrison
Brothers, New York.
112 CARYATIDE. Sculptor Rome. Sent by Morrison
Brothers, New York.

113 SKETCHES IN SPAIN. Drawn by John Lavalle, Bos


ton, Mass.
114 SKETCHES FROM ITALY. Drawn by Joseph H.
Mc( luire.
115 WALBURN HALL, YORKSHIRE. Drawn by H. B.
Warren, Roxbury, Mass.
116 BYZANTINE ORNAMENT. Drawn by Arne Dehli,
G. Howard Chamberlain, Boston, Mass.

117 DRAWINGS BY NEW YORK SKETCH CLUB.


Charles H. Israels, Secretary, 99 Nassau Street,
New York.
118 SKETCHES OF FURNITURE. Designed by Charles
E. Landerkin, Boston, Mass.

119 SKETCH FOR A COUNTRY RESIDENCE. E. L.


Masqueray.
120 SKETCH HOUSE AT RIDGEWOOD, N. J. Charles
Edwards, Paterson,
J. N.
121 CHAPEL, LONG ISLAND. Berg & Clark, Architects,
10 West Twenty-third Street, New York.
122 STUDY FOR INTERIOR OF NEW TEMPLE
BETHEL. Brunner & Tyron, Architects, 36 Union
Square, East, New York.
1 23 SKETCHES. Drawn by C. H. Aldrich, Columbia College.
124 SKETCH FOR WALDINGFIELD, R. M. APPLE-
TON, ESQ., IPSWICH, MASS. Little & Brown,
Architects, Boston, Mass.
125 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE AMERICAN
FINE ARTS SOCIETY'S BUILDING. Babb,
Cook, & Willard, Architects, 55 Broadway, New York.
126 HOUSE FOR COL. W. E. HUGHES, DALLAS,
TEXAS. Rossiter & Wright, Architects. Drawn
by E. K. Rossiter.
127 INTERIOR CHURCH AT SAILORS' SNUG HAR
BOR, I. R. W.
S. Gibson, Architect. Drawn by
Hughson Hawley.
128 CAMPANILE OF THE BADIA. Drawn by Walter
Tallant Owen.
129 TEMPLE WIRE, APTEROS, ATHENS. Drawn by
Francis H. Bacon, Boston. Mass.
130 SKETCH IN ALGIERS. Drawn by J. A. Schweinfurth
Boston, Mass.

131 ACCEPTED DESIGN FOR THE AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY'S BUILDING. H. J. Harden-
bergh, Walter C. Hunting, John C. Jacobsen, Archi
tects, 10 West Twenty-third Street, New York.

132 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE AMERICAN


FINE ARTS SOCIETY'S BUILDING. Edmund
B. Wells, Architect, m Broadway, New York.
133 A PARK ENTRANCE. J. N. Hutchins, Architect, 337
Fourth Avenue, New York.
134 LAKE SHORE HOUSE. Marling & Burdett, Buffalo,
N. Y.
135 INTERIOR OF CHURCH, MAULBRONN, GER
MANY. Drawn by John J. Redmond, 58 West
Fifty-seventh Street, New York. Price, $80.
136 SKETCH. Drawn by A. W. Lord.
137 OLD HOUSE AT CHESTER, ENGLAND. Drawn by
J. H. Hutchins, 337 Fourth Avenue, New York.
138 RESIDENCE OF E. G. W. DEITRICK. E. G. W.
Deitrick, 18 Broadway, New York.
139 STAIRS IN COURT OF THE BARGHELLO, FLOR
ENCE, ITALY. Drawn by Walter Tallant Owen,
7 East Thirty-first Street, New York.
140 NEW HARVARD GATES, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
McKim, Meade & White, Architects, 57 Broadway,
New York.
141 COTTAGE FOR H. G. TOBEY, MAMARONECK,
N. Y. Drawn by M. J. O'Connor, 28 West Twenty-
third Street. Little & O'Connor, Architects, 28 West
Twenty-third Street, New York.
142 WELLES CATHEDRAL. Drawn by Joseph Pennell.

143 GIRALDA TOWER, SEVILLE. Drawn by J. A.


Schweinfurth, Boston, Mass.
144 OUTLINE PERSPECTIVE— HOUSE FOR REV. F.
LANDON, HUMPHRIES, MORRISTOWN, N. J.
Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 47 Liberty Street.
Drawn by Coleman.

145 ARCH OF TITUS. A. W. Lord, Rotch Traveling


Scholarship.
146 CHATEAU DE JOSSELIN. Drawn by W. F. Brooks.
Columbia College.
147 CHATEAU AZAY LE RIDEAU, FRANCE. Drawn
by Warrington G. Lawrence, Tribune Building.

148 HALL, LAKE MASSAPEQUA, LONG ISLAND.


Thayer & Wallace, Architects, Brooklyn.

149 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Drawn by John B. Benson.

150 FOURTEENTH CENTURY HOUSE. Drawn by


Henry B. Hertz, School of Mines, Columbia
College.

151 HOUSE AT ANSONIA, CONN. W. R. Briggs, Archi


tect.

152 ST. GEREON, COLOGNE. Arthur Rotch, Boston,


Mass.

153 OLD STREET. PASSIGNANO, ITALY. Drawn by


Warrington G. Lawrence, Tribune Building, New
York.
154 CHATEAU BLOIS, FRANCE. Drawn by Warrington
Lawrence, Tribune Building, New York.
155 HOUSE AT LAKE MASSAPEQUA, L. 1. Thayer &
Wallace, Architects.
156 BELEM, SOUTH DOORWAY OF THE CHURCH.
Drawn by C. H. Blackall, Boston, Mass.
157 THE RHODE ISLAND TRUST CO., PROVI
DENCE, R. I. R. W. Gibson, Architect, 18 Wall
Street.

158 BUILDING FOR EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE.


Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 36 Union Square,
East, New York.

159 HOTEL AT ROCKPORT, MASS. H. M. Stephenson,


Architect, Boston, Mass.
160 STUDY— PEN AND INK. Wilson Eyre, Philadelphia.
161 PROPOSED HOUSE AT TENAFLY, N. J. Edward
T. Hapgood, 1285 Broadway, New York.
162 STUART TERRACE. Cram & Wentworth, Archi
tects, Boston, Mass.

163 BROOKLYN REAL EXCHANGE BUILDING. Par-


fitt Brothers, Architects, 26 Court Street, Brooklyn.
164 SKETCH FOR HOUSE AT BAR HARBOR, ME.
E. D.W. Dietrich, Architect, 18 Broadway, New York.
165 HALL IN HOUSE OF MR. HENRY ALLEN, IT
EAST FORTY-THIRD STREET. Little &
O'Connor, Architects, 28 West Twenty-third Street,
New York.
166 HOUSE FOR DAVID DODD, SOUTH ORANGE,
N. J. Rossiter & Wright, Architects, New York.
Drawn by F. A. Wright.
167 BERKELEY SCHOOL, FORTY-FOURTH STREET,
NEW YORK. Lamb & Rich, Architects, 265
Broadway, New York.
168 TOWER ZARAGOZA. C. H. Aldrich, Architectural
Department, Columbia College.
169 NORMAN PORCH, CANTERBURY. Drawn by
Joseph Pennell. Loaned by Century Company.
170 ENTRANCE TO QUEENS COUNTY BANK.
Brunner & Tryon, Architects, 36 East Union Square,
New York.
171 HOUSES AT SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. Rossiter &
Wright, Architects, 47 Liberty Street, New York.
Drawn by E. K. Rossiter.

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172 HALL STAIRCASE, HON. S. B. ELKIN'S HOUSE,
ELKINS, W. VA. Chas. T. Mott, in Broadway,
New York.
173 FOREIGN SKETCHES. Drawn by John P. Benson.
174 COTTAGE AT TUXEDO. Bruce Price, 150 Fifth
Avenue. C. H. Daesh, Del.
175 GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL. J. King James, Flush
ing, L. I.
176 ENTRANCE HALL, NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING,
ST. PAUL. McKim, Mead & White, Architects, 57
Broadway, New York. E. Eldon Deane, Del.
177 HALL IN HOUSE OF J. B. FRALEY, POMPTON,
N. J. Stratton & Ellingwood, Architects, 57 Broad
way, New York.

178 OFFICE BUILDING, BOSTON, MASS. C. H. Black-


all, Boston, Mass. D. A. Gregg, Del.

179 STUDY FOR RAILROAD STATION, DELAWARE


& LACKAWANNA RAILROAD. W. W. Kent,
621 Madison Avenue, New York.
180 COMPETITION SKETCH FOR COLONIAL CLUB.
Berg & Clark, 10 West Twenty-third Street, New
York.
181 HOUSE FOR W. W. GREENLY, ENGLEWOOD,
N. Stratton & Ellingwood, Architects,
J. 57 Broad
way, New York.
182 ORANGE NATIONAL BANK, ORANGE, N. J. Wil
bur S. Knowles, Architect, 189 Broadway, N. Y.

183 STUDY FOR HOUSE AT GRINDSTONE NECK,


WINTER HARBOR, MAINE. W. W. KENT,
Architect, 621 Madison Avenue.

184 PRINCIPAL ENTRANCE, NEW YORK LIFE IN


SURANCE COMPANY BUILDING, ST. PAUL,
MINN. Babb, Cook & Willard, Architects, 55
Broadway, New York. Drawn by E. Eldon Deane.

185 OLD HOUSES, DARTMOUTH, ENGLAND. J.


King James, Flushing, L. I.

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86 SKETCHES IN PORTSMOUTH. Drawn by U. T.
Partridge.
87 COLUMN IN CABIN OF "PURITAN." Drawn by
Otto Bacher. Loaned by the Century Company.
88 DESIGN FOR DELTA UPSILON CHAPTER
HOUSE, CORNELL UNIVERSITY. Frederick
S. Benedict, Architect, 52 Broadway, New York.
Drawn by H. S. Ihnen.
89 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
Warren R. Briggs, Architect, Bridgeport, Conn.
190 ROW OF HOUSES IN ORANGE, N. J. Edward T.
Hapgood, Architect.
191 INTERIOR SKETCH. G. P. Fernald, Boston.
192 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR CHURCH OF ST.
MICHAEL, NEW YORK. Thomas Nash.
193 GATEWAY IN HOLLAND. Drawn by E. J. Meeker.
Loaned by The Engineering Record.
194 COURT YARD, PALACE OF THE CANCELLERIA,
ROME. James Brite.
195 ACCEPTED DESIGN FOR GENERAL GRANT'S
MONUMENT. John H. Duncan, 265 Broadway,
New York.
196 ACCEPTED DESIGN FOR GENERAL GRANT'S
MONUMENT. John H. Duncan, 265 Broadway-
New York.
197 DESIGN FOR LONDON & LANCASHIRE INSUR
ANCE BUILDING. Lamb & Rich, Architects.
198 TOWER OF ANDUNACH. Drawn by W. F. Brooks,
School of Mines, Columbia College.

199 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE CHURCH OF


ST. MICHAEL, NEW YORK. Thomas Nash,
Architect, 50 Broadway, New York,
200 ACCEPTED DESIGN FOR THE TOMB OF GEN
ERAL GRANT. John H. Duncan, Architect, 265
Broadway, New York.
201 PANEL FIGURE, "PURITAN." Designed by A.
Brennan. Loaned by the Century Company.
202 BOOK COVERS. Harold Blake Sherwin.
203 INTERIOR SKETCH. Author, G. P. Fernakl, Bos
ton, Mass.

NORTH GALLERY.

204 STAINED GLASS PANEL. Frederic Crowninshield,


Artist, 42 West Eighteenth Street, New York.
205 ROMANESQUE DECORATIVE TILE. Charles
Volkmar, Artist, Menlo Park, N. J.
206 MOORISH DECORATIVE TILE. Charles Volkmar,
Artist, Menlo Park, N. J.
207 LIMOGES PANEL. Charles Volkmar, Artist, Menlo
Park, N. J.
208 LIMOGES PANEL. Charles Volkmar, Artist, Menlo
Park, N. J.
209 CERAMIC FRESCO PANEL. Charles Volkmar, Menlo
Park, N. J.
210 CERAMIC FRESCO PANEL. Charles Volkmar, Menlo
Park, N. J.

211 ROUEN CATHEDRAL. Hughson Hawley, Artist, 2


West Fourteenth Street. Price, $650.
212 ORIGINAL DRAWING. By Paul Baudry, Artist.
Loaned by R. D. Sawyer, 58 West Fifty-seventh
Street.

213 DESIGN FOR CHANCEL. C. R. Lamb. Mural paint


ing. By Ella Condie Lamb, Artist.
214 FRAGMENT FROM A CEILING. Decorative Panel
in Frederic Crowninshield, 42 West Eight
Wax.
eenth Street, New York.
215 THE WAY TO THE SACRISTY. Edward P. Sperry,
80 Washington Square, East, New York.
216 DESIGN FOR DECORATION OF CHANCEL,
NORTH SIDE. J. & R. Lamb, Artists, 59 Carmine
Street, New York.

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217 SKETCH FOR CEILING. Frederic Crowninshield,
Artist, 42 West Eighteenth Street, New York.
218 FAN— WILLOW-WOOD. M. Sargant Florence, Artist.
Loaned by Dunsing & Koepfner, Fourth Avenue,
New York. Price, $75.

219 DECORATIVE FRIEZE SCULPTURE. J. Massey


Rhind, Sculptor, il East Fourteenth Street, New
York.
220 IDYL. Robert Reid, Artist, 58 West Fifty-seventh
Street, New York.

221 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW—


" SIEGFRIED." H. R. Butler, Artist, 53 East Fifty-
Sixth Street, New York.
222 DESIGN FOR REREDOS WITH MURAL PAINT
INGS. Loaned by J. & R. Lamb, 59 Carmine Street,
New York,

223 COLONIAL HOUSE, NEAR MIDDLETOWN,


CONN. Horace Bradley, Artist, 143 East Twenty-
third Street, New York. Price $50.
224 SPANISH EMBROIDERED SILK ALTAR FRON
TAL, SIXTEENTH CENTURY. Loaned by R.
D. Sawyer, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New
York.

225 SKE TCH FOR STAINED GLASS MEMORIAL WIN


DOW. Loaned by J. & R. Lamb, 59 Carmine Street,
New York. •

226 DESIGN FOR MEMORIAL WINDOW. Charles


Maginn, 47-49 University Place, New York.
227 GIFTS— SKETCH FOR PANEL DECORATION.
E. Mitchell, Artist, 49 West Twenty-second Street,
New York.
228 FAN DESIGN. M. Sargant Florence, Artist. Loaned
by Dunsing & Koepfner, Fourth Avenue, New York.
Price, $75.
229 PANEL FOR MANTEL. F. S. Church, Thirteenth
Street near Broadway, New York. Loaned by W. C.
Fargo.
23o DECORATIVE PANEL— FLOWERS. Loaned by
Pottier, Stymus & Co., Lexington Avenue and Forty-
first Street, New York.

231 GLOUCESTER, MASS. Harry B. Herts, Department


Architect, School of Mines, Columbia College, New
York.
232 "PHILOMELA." Henry Oliver Walker, Artist, 253
West Forty-second Street, New York.

233 ORIGINAL DRAWING. Artist, Unknown. Loaned


by R. D. Sawyer, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New
York.
234 DECORATIVE PANEL FOR OVER MANTEL.
Drawn by Frank Fowler, Artist, University Building,
New York. Price, $500.
235 TEXTILE FABRIC. Mrs. C. Wheeler,Artist, 115
East Twenty-second Street, New York. Loaned by
Associated Artists.

236 CHRIST AU TOMBEAU. Bastien Le Page, Artist.


Loaned by Howard Russell Butler.

237 DECORATIVE PANEL— AFTERNOON. Drawn by


William Walton, 123 Fifth Avenue, New York.

238 SUGGESTION FOR A PAINTED TAPESTRY. Ches


ter Loomis, Artist, Englewood, N. J.
239 COLOR STUDY, AFTER ANDREA DEL SARTO.
Emilie K. Greenough, Artist, 61 Washington Square,
North, New York.

240 SKETCH FOR DECORATION— ANGEL AT THE


TOMB. F. S. Lamb, Artist, 139 West Fifty-fifth
Street, New York.

24! TRINITY CHURCH TOWER, BOSTON. Carlton T.


Chapman, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York.

242 DECORATIVE PANEL. V. Tojetti, Artist. Loaned


by Pottier, Stymus & Co., Lexington Avenue and
Forty-first Street, New York.
243 FLOWER PANEL. Victor Dangou, Artist, 1512 Broad
way, New York.

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244 THE POEM (unfinished). E. Mitchell, Artist, 49 West
Twenty-second Street, New York. Price, $350.

245 PEASANT HOUSE IN HESSIA, GERMANY. Carle


J. Blenner, 146 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
246 HERALDIC PANEL. William Walton, Artist, 123 Fifth
Avenue, New York.
247 DECORATIVE HEAD. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 North
Washington Square, New York.
248 SKETCH FOR MEMORIAL. F. S. Lamb, Artist, 139
West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
249 WALL DECORATIONS, OILS. Newton Mackintosh'
34 Gramercy Park, New York.
250 A BALLAD OF LIFE. Herbert Denruan, Artist, 58
West Fifty-seventh Street, New York.

251 OLD HOUSE AT MACHELEN. H. A. Leny, Artist.


58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York.
252 CONTINENTAL ARCHITECTURE. Kenyon Cox,
Artist, 145 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
253 EASTER LILIES. Ella Condie Lamb, Artist, 345
West Twenty-first Street, New York.

254 OLD STREET IN VENICE, ITALY. Warrington G.


Lawrence, Artist, Tribune Building, New York.

255 CROSSING THE YANTEPEC, MEXICO. Butler,


53 East Fifty-sixth Street. Loaned by J. H. Lewis
& Son, 1325 Broadway, New York. Price, $150.

256 CHRYSANTHEMUMS. C. M. Shean, Artist, 120 West


Fiftieth Street.
257 DECORATIVE HEADS. M. Shean,
C. Artist, 120
West Fifteenth Street, New York.

258 JUSTICE. V. Tojetti, Artist, 1512 Broadway, New


York. Price, $50.

259 MUSE LISTENING TO THE VOICES OF NATURE


(Unfinished). J. C. Beckwith, Artist, Sherwood, New
York.
260 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. Ella Condie Lamb,
Artist, 345 West Twenty-first Street.
261 BURNT WOOD PANEL, FRIEZE. J. William Fos-
dick, Artist, 154 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
26a BURNT WOOD PANEL, DECORATIVE HEAD.
J. William Fosdick, 154 West Fifty-fifth Street, New
York.
263 A MOKI-TOWN PLAZA. F Dellenbaugh, Architect,
S.
120 West Fiftieth Street, New York. Price, $150.

264 MAGNOLIA. Victor Dangon, Architect, 1512 Broad


way, New York.

265 "NIGHT." Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 Washington


Square, New York.
266 YOUNG BACCHUS. Frank Fowler, Artist, University
Building. Loaned by C. H. Mooers.
267 DECORATIVE PORTRAIT OF QUEEN ELIZA
BETH, TO BE PLACED IN AN OLD CARVED
CHIMNEY AT THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS,
ST. LOUIS, MO. J. William Fosdick, 154 West
Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
268 VENETIAN SCHOOL OF HAND-TOOLED LEATH
ERS. Charles R. Yandell, Artist, 140 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
269 BUST IN BRONZE OF HENRY G. PEARSON, ESQ.,
FOR PEARSON MONUMENT. Daniel C. French,
Sculptor, 125 West Eleventh Street, New York.
270 MODEL IN PLAS TER OF PEARSON MONUMENT.
C. Howard Walker, Architect. Daniel C. French,
Sculptor, 125 West Eleventh Street, New York.
271 "LADY GODIVA"— BURNT WOOD PANEL. J. Wil
liam Fosdick, 154 West Fifty-fifth Street, New
York.
272 CHRIST BEARING THE CROSS. Loaned by Otto
H. Bacher, The Sherwood, New York.
273 "CASTLE "— SCHLEISSHEIM, BAVARIA. R. Crei-
felds, Architect.

274 CONVENT OF SANTA ROSA, YANTEPEC. MEX


ICO. H. R. Butler, Artist, 53 East Fifty-sixth Street,
New York. Price, $150.
275 STUDY OF ROSES. Walter Shirlaw, Artist, 3 North
Washington Square, New York.

276 FOREST GLADE; STORY TELLERS. Monticelli,


Artist. Loaned by C. R. Yandell, 140 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
J77 GATEWAY, OLD GERMAN TOWN. H. F. Bunner,
Artist, Holbein Studios, West Fifty-fifth Street, New
York.
" TUSCANY VASE OF FLOWERS." Walter Shirlaw,
278
3 Washington Square, North, New York.

279 BELFRY OF GUADALUPITA, MORELOS, MEXICO.


Butler, 53 East Fifty-sixth Street, New York.
280 ROSES. R. D. Sawyer, Artist, 58 West Fifty-seventh
Street, New York.
281 PASSAGE CHARLEMAGNE. William Sartain, Artist,
152 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York.

282 STUDY IN RED. C. M. Shean. Artist, 120 West Fif


tieth Street, New York.

283 CONTINENTAL ARCHITECTURE. Kenyon Cox,


Artist, 145 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

284 OLD GERMAN HOUSE. A. F. Bunner, Holbein Stu


dios, West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

285 CHURCH INTERIOR, LANDSBERG, BAVARIA. G.


W. Brenneman, Artist.
286 COLOR STUDY, AFTER RAPHAEL. Emilie K.
Greenough,6i Washington Square, South, New York.
287 "A LIBATION." Henry Oliver Walker, Artist, 253
West Forty-second Street, New York.
288 FLEMISH SCHOOL, HAND - TOOLED AND
PAINTED LEATHER SCREEN. Charles R.
Yandell, Artist, 140 Fifth Avenue, New York. Price,
$375-
289 VENETIAN SCHOOL, HAND -TOOLED AND
PAINTED LEATHER SCREEN. Charles R.
Yandell, Artist, 140 Fifth Avenue, New York. Price,
$300.

4"
290 COVER FOR WORDSWORTH'S SONNETS. Alice
C. Morse, III
South Ninth Street, Brooklyn. Loaned
by Harper Bros.

291 BOOK COVERS, DESIGNED FOR D. APPLETON &


CO. Walter C. Greenough, Artist, 61 Washington
Square, South, New York.

292 THE GARDEN OF BEAUTY. Monticelli, Artist.


Loaned by C. R. Yandell, 140 Fifth Avenue, New
York.
293 STUDY IN NORMANDY, "OLD BUILDINGS." F.
C. Jones, Artist, 253 West Forty-second Street,
New York.
294 INTERIOR. C. Mente, Artist.

295 HOUSE IN FRANCE—" STUCCO." C. Marlzot,.


Paris. Loaned by H. A. Levy, Sherwood Studio.
296 TRASTAVERE, ROME. William Sartain, Artist, 152
West Fifty-seventh Street, New York. Price, $150.
297 DECORATIVE PANEL.— STUDY OF JAPANESE
MOTIVES. John La Farge, Tenth Street Studio
Building, New York.
298 WATER-LILY IN SUNLIGHT. John La Farge,
Artist, 51 West Tenth Street, New York.
299 A SHEPHERD LISTENING TO THE SONG OF
THE SIREN. John La Farge, Artist, 51 West
Tenth Street, New York.
300 SOUTHERN EXTREMITY OF THE ISLAND OF
OAHN, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. John La Farge,
Artist, 51 West Tenth Street, New York.

301 IPOMOEA OR MORNING GLORY.— DECORATIVE


DESIGN. John La Farge, Artist, 51 West Tenth
Street, New York. Price, $75.
302 MASKED DANCER OF JAPAN. John La Farge,
Artist, 51 West Tenth Street, New York. Price,
$45 °-

303 STUDY OF CLIFF ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII,


HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. John La Farge, Artist,
51 West Tenth Street, New York.

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304 TEMPLE OF IYEMITSU, NIKKO, JAPAN. John
La Farge, Artist, 51 West Tenth Street, New York.
305 OUR GARDEN FOUNTAIN AT NIKKO, JAPAN.
John La Farge, Artist, 51 West Tenth Street, New
York.
306 STUDY OF APPLE BLOSSOMS. John La Farge,
Artist, 51 West Tenth Street, New York. Price,
$375-
307 WATER LILY. John La Farge, Artist, 51 West Tenth
Street, New York.

308 BACCHUS AND ARIADNE. John La Farge, Artist,


5 1 West Tenth Street.
309 CONE OF CRATER. VOLCANO OF KILANEA,
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. John La Farge, Artist, 51
West Tenth Street, New York.

310 CONTINENTAL ARCHITECTURE. Kenyon Cox,


Artist, 145 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

311 CONTINENTAL ARCHITECTURE. Kenyon Cox,


Artist, 145 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

312 DESIGN FOR PERSIAN RUG. Mrs. A. G. Thyng,


Artist. Price, $25.
313 TOWER. A. F. Bunner, Holbein Studios, West Fifty-
fifth Street, New York.
314 ANGEL OF BETHLEHEM. F. S. Lamb, 139 West
Fifty-fifth Street, New York.
315 COLOR STUDY, AFTER PAUL VERONESE-
Emilie K. Greenough, Artist, 61 Washington Square,
South, New York.

316 OLD MILL ON THE MARNE. C. M. Shean, Artist,


1 20 West Fiftieth Street, New York.
317 STUDY IN WATER COLOR. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Artist,
927 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

318 PARIS CONVIANT LE MONDE, FIRST SKETCH


FOR CENTRAL PANEL, SALLEDES FETES,
HOTEL DE VILLE, PARIS. Benjamin Constant'
Artist.
319 PLASTER CAST OF DECORATIVE PANEL, LION,
FOR ST. THOMAS' CHURCH, NEW YORK.
320 A TEXTILE FABRIC. Designed by Mrs. C. Wheeler,
Associated Artists, 115 East Twenty-third Street,
New York.
321 TWO PLASTER FIGURES, MODELS FOR NEW
" WORLD" BUILDING. Carl Bitter, Sculptor, 519
West Twenty-first Street, New York.

322 ORIGINAL DESIGN FOR CHRISTMAS COVER.


Ella Condie Lamb, Artist, 345 West Twenty-first
Street. Loaned by Harper Bros.
323 DECORATIVE HEAD. C. M. Shean, Artist, 120 West
Fiftieth Street, New York.
324 INTERIOR MORA. T. de Thulstrup, Artist, 153
Fourth Avenue, New York.

325 SPRING-TIME. Robert Reid, Artist, 58 West Fifty-


seventh Street, New York.

326 STUDY OF ARCHITECTURE, ROTHENBURG. C.


Mente, Artist.
327 CRUCIFIXION. H. Artel, 164 Prince Street.
328 GUARDIAN OF THE SULTAN. R. von Ottenfeld,
Artist. Loaned by S. P. Avery. Price, $350.

329 DECORATIVE PANEL, THE AFRIT. William Wal


ton, 123 Fifth Avenue, New York.
330 THE SHEPHERDS OF BETHLEHEM- CENTER
PANEL — "Christmas Number" of the Christian
Union. F. S. Lamb, Artist, 139 West Fifty-fifth
Street, New York.

331 ORIGINAL DRAWING. Boucher, Artist. Loaned by


R. D. Sawyer, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New
York.
332 OLD STREET IN VITERBO, ITALY. Warrington
G. Lawrence, Artist, Tribune Building, New York.

333 SKETCH FOR CEILING. V. Tojetti, Artist, Prague


Building, 15 12 Broadway, New York. Price,
$50.

1:
334 SKETCH OF DECORATIVE FIGURE. Louise H.
King, Artist, 75 West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

335 ENTRANCE TO THE CERTOSA DI PAVIA. James


Brite, Artist, 20 Irving Place, New York.

336 CARTOON FOR STAINED GLASS—GROUP FROM


MEMORIAL WINDOW, TRINITY CHAPEL,
BOSTON. Francis Lathrop, Artist, 63 Washington
Square, South, New York.

337 FRIEZE FOR MANTEL. (An experiment in color.)


Daniel C.French, Sculptor, 125 West Eleventh
Street, New York.

338 DECORATIVE PANEL, VENUS AND CUPID.


William Walton, Artist, 123 Fifth Avenue, New York.

339 ST. URSULA, CUANTLIXCO, MEXICO. H. R.


Butler, Artist, 53 East Fifty-sixth, New York.
340 DESIGN FOR STAIR HALL WINDOW IN RESI
DENCE OF MRS. M. REDDINGTON, ORANGE,
N. J. Charles Maginn, Artist, 47 and 49 University
Place, New York.
341 ORIGINAL DRAWING. Domenichino, Artist. Loaned
by R. P. Sawyer, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New
York.
342 PERSIAN RUG. Henriette von Musits, 1266 Lexing
ton Avenue, New York.

343 SNOW SCENE, VENICE. Warrington G. Lawrence,


Artist, Tribune Building, New York.

344 DOUANWORTH ON THE UPPER DANUBE, BA


VARIA. B. R. Fitz, Artist, 152 West Fifty-fifth
Street, New York,

345 ORIGINAL DRAWING. Garofalo, Artist. Loaned by


R. D. Sawyer, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street, New
York.
346 MARKET PLACE IN ROUEN. C. E. Cookman, 146
West Fifty-fifth Street, New York.

347 LORD CAVENDISH MEMORIAL, ST. MARGARET'S


CHAPEL, WESTMINSTER. Henry Holiday,
Artist, London.
348 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW. Loaned
by J. & R. Lamb, 59 Carmine Street, New York.

349 PHOTO— OF GAS FIREPLACE, AS CARRIED


OUT. Daniel C. French, Sculptor, 125 West
Eleventh Street, New York.
350 OLD HOUSE, ANGERS, FRANCE. Warrington G.
Lawrence, Artist, Tribune Building, New York.
351 MODEL FOR GAS FIREPLACE. Daniel C. French,
Sculptor, 125 West Eleventh Street, New York.
352 DECORATIVE DESIGNS. Newton Mackintosh,
Artist, 34 Gramercy Park. New York.
353 PENCIL DRAWING— FLYING DRAPERY. J. Car
roll Beckwith, Artist, 58 West Fifty-seventh Street,
New York.
354 COLOR SCHEME FOR TAPESTRY. Walter C.
Greenough, Artist, 61 Washington Square, South,
New York.
355 LOUIS XV. SCREEN— STORY OF CUPID AND
PSYCHE. Loaned by W. B. Van Ingen, 74 South
Washington Square, New York.
356 DECORATIVE PANEL IN CERAMIC FRESCO. Jas.
Lauber, 52 East Twenty-Third Street, New York.
357 PLASTER SKETCH OF HORSE TROUGH AND
DRINKING FOUNTAIN FOR NORTH EAST
CORNER UNION SQUARE— (One-half size of
execution). L. Warner, Artist,
O. to Washington
Square, New York.

358 STATUE OF HOOKER FOR HARTFORD, CONN.,


STATE HOUSE. Charles H. Wichaus, Sculptor,
44 West Thirtieth Street, New York.
359 HEAD OF SATYR, FOR ARCH KEYSTONE. E.
Stuart Hinton, Artist, 321 East Fourteenth Street,
New York. Price, $25.
360 AMOUR. A. Piccirilli, 756 East One Hundred and
Forty-second Street, New York.
361 SANCTUARY LAMP. Ph. Marting, 121 East Seven
teenth Street, New York. Stanford White, Architect.

44
362 ORIGINAL SKETCH FOR STATUE OF BASTIEN
LE PAGE. Auguste Rodin, Sculptor. Loaned
by S. P. Avery.

363 HEAD OF ST. JOHN— IN BRONZE. Rodin, Sculp


tor. Loaned by S. P. Avery.
364 "FERREHAN," PERSIAN CARPET. Loaned by W.
& J. Sloane. Price, $240.

ENTRANCE GALLERY.
365 PILASTER IN CABIN "PURITAN." A. Brennan.
Loaned by the Century Company.
366 STATEROOM DOOR LOCK, "PURITAN." Drawn
by A Brennan. Loaned by the Century Company.
367 DRAWING ROOM SIDE WALL. Drawn by J. G.
Eppendorff. Loaned by Muzzey & Eppendorff.
368 EAST WINDOW, ROSEVILLK M. E. CHURCH.
Charles Maginn, 47 and 49 University Place, New
York.
369 WORKING DRAWING FOR PRINTED SILK.
Drawn by Alice B. Muzzey. Loaned by Muzzey &
Eppendorff.
370 DESIGN IN SILK. C. A Hopkins, The Society of
Associated Designers.

371 DOMESTIC WORK. Phipps, Slocum & Co., Architects,


Boston.

372 BOOK COVER. Henrietta von Musits, New York.


373 CAFE ON DUNDERHERG MOUNT, HUDSON
RIVER. Frank Hill Smith, Architect.
374 INTERIOR SKETCH. Fr. Zimmerniann.
375 DESIGN FOR BOOKBINDING. The Society of As
sociated Designers, 125 Bible House, New York.
376 BOOK COVER DESIGN. Alice C. Morse, 111 South
Ninth Street, Brooklyn. Loaned by Harper Bros.


377 MOSAIC FROM AN OLD ALTAR, FLORENCE.
Edgar A. Josselyn, 10 Waverly Place, New York.
378 BEAUVAIS TAPESTRY. Loaned by Pottier, Stymus
& Co., Lexington Avenue and Forty-first Street,
New York. Price, $350.
379 DOORWAY. Drawn by E. J. Meeker. Loaned by
Engineering Record.
380 EXAMPLES OF RECENT WORK. Fuller & Wheeler,
Architects, Albany, N. Y.
381 INTERIOR OF BILLIARD ROOM FOR DR. H. A.
MANDEVILLE, SOUTH ORANGE, N. J. Rossi-
ter & Wright, Architects, 47 Liberty Street, New
York. Drawn by F. H. Bent.
382 APARTMENT HOUSE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Chas P.
H. Gilbert, Architect, 18 Broadway, New York.

383 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR A CLUB BUILDING.


George Heister, 1286 Broadway, New York.

384 HOUSE AT SETAUKET, L. I. Charles Alling Gifford,


Architect, 50 Broadway, New York.
385 FURNITURE SKETCHES. Designed and drawn by
Francis H. Bacon.

386 PIANO BUILT BY THE WHEELOCK PIANO COM


PANY FOR F. A. WRIGHT. Rossiter & Wright,
Architects. Drawn by F. H. Bent.

387 NAVE, PETERBORO' CATHEDRAL. Drawn by Jo


seph Pennell. Loaned by the Century Company.

388 ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE GOLD AND SILVER


MEDAL COMPETITION. Designed by Harold
Magonigle.
389 BEAUCHAMP CHAPEL, WARWICK, ENGLAND.
Drawn by J. King James, 179 Amity Street, Flush
ing, N. Y.

390 DESIGN IN TAPESTRY.


391 ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE GOLD AND SIL
VER MEDAL COMPETITION. Designed by
Justus M. Ueffinger.

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392 ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE GOLD AND SIL
VER MEDAL COMPETITION. Designed by
Claude Fayette Bragdon.
393 ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE GOLD AND SIL
VER MEDAL COMPETITION. Designed by Al
bert Randolph Ross.

394 ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE GOLD AND SILVER


MEDAL COMPETITION. Designed by J. A.
Hays.
395 THE INN, BUZZARD'S BAY. Arthur Hooper Dodd,
Architect, Boston, Mass. Drawn by E. Eldon
Deane.

396 TRIPLE ARCH AT ST. CROSS. Will A. Buckland.


397 HOUSE AT ABINGTON. T. M. Clark.
398 PULPIT IN CHURCH OF SAN MIMIATO, FLOR
ENCE.
399 HOUSE AT BURLINGTON. Marling & Burdett,
Architects.
400 FLORENTINE SCHOOL HAND-TOOLED AND
DECORATED LEATHER, FOURTEENTH
CENTURY. Charles R. Yandell, Artist, 140 Fifth
Avenue, New York.
401 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. C. D. Marvin, Architect, 26
Broad Street, New York.

402 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Stephenson & Greene, Temple
Court, New York.

403 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. D. C. Withers, New York.
404 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Fowler & Hough, New York.
48
405 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITOR A. E. Parfitt, Brooklyn.
406 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. C. Y. Mott, Architect, m
Broadway, New York.*

407 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. E. F. Ely, Architect, 621 Madi
son Avenue, New York.

408 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. C. A. Gifford, Architect, 50
Broadway, New York.

409 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. M. K. Kress, Architect, Colum
bia College.

410 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. J. D. Hunter, Jr., Architect, 57
Broadway, New York.

411 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. C. W. Clinton, Architect, 30
Nassau Street, New York.

412 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Mellen & Kirby, New York.
413 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. H. Langford Warren, Boston,
Mass.

This design received an honorable mention.

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414 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING, FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect,
Philadelphia, Pa.
415 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Gilbert & Taylor, Architects, St.
Paul, Minn.
416 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. A. H. Thorp, Architect, 31
Union Square, New York.
417 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. C. Howard Walker, Architect,
Boston, Mass.
418 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Bruce Price, Architect, 150
Fifth Avenue, New York.
419 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. J. A. Schweinfurth, Architect,
Boston, Mass.
420 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRS T SKETCH
COMPETITION. S. B. Colt, Architect, Short
Hills, N. J.
421 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Rose & Stone, Architects, i11
Broadway, New York.
422 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. E. Colonna.
423 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPE TITION. James Brite, Architect, 57 Broad
way, New York.
424. COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Philadelphia.
425 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING.
426 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION* H. Magonigle, 57 Broadway,
New York.
427 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. William M. Kendall, Architect.
57 Broadway.

428 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE


ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION.* E. H. Bell, Architect, 126 East
Twenty-seventh Street, New York.
429 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION* Thomas Tryon, 36 Union Square,
East, New York.
430 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. Berg & Clark, Architects, 10

West Twenty-third Street, New York.


431 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION .* Heins & La Farge, Architects,
Temple Court, New York.
432 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION* Arnold W. Brunner, 36 Union
Square, East, New York.
433 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR AMERICAN FINE
ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING. FIRST SKETCH
COMPETITION. A. L. Tuckerman, Architect, 10
West Twenty-third Street, New York.
* These designs received honorable
mention.

5'
434 STUDY BY COLUMBIA COLLEGE STUDENT.
435 STUDIES BY COLUMBIA COLLEGE STUDENT.
436 COLOR SKETCH FOR WINDOW. Frederic Crown-
inshield.
437 CARTOON FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW Fred
eric Crowninshield.
438 SKETCH FOR COLOR SCHEME, STAINED GLASS
PICTURE— CENTER.— In Belasco & De Mille's
Play " Men and Women." C. Y. Turner, 35 West
Fourteenth Street, New York.
439 FLORENTINE SCHOOL OF TOOLED-LEATHER
WORK, FOURTEENTH CENTURY. Charles
R. Yandell, 140 Fifth Avenue, New York,
440 DECORATION. Mrs. Sargent Florence, Artist.
441 EXAMPLE IN MOSAIC. Exhibited by J. & R. Lamb,
59 Carmine Street, New York.
442 DESIGN IN SILK.
443 MOSAIC ALTAR, CHURCH OF ALL ANGELS,
NEW YORK. F. S. Lamb. John B. Snook & Son,
Architects.
444 DECORATIVE PANELS FOR CHURCH. Exhi-
hibited by J. B. Tiffany & Co. Designed by E. R.
Tilton.
445 CEILING PANEL. Exhibited by J. B. Tiffany & C o.
Designed by E. R. Tilton.
446 CEILING— HARRIGAN'S THEATRE. Exhibited
by J. B. Tiffany & Co. Drawn by E. R. Tilton. F.
H. Kimball, Architect.
447 DESIGN FOR HALL IN ROCHESTER, N. Y. E. R.
Tilton. J.
Exhibited by B. Tiffany & Co.

448 PROSCENIUM ARCH— HARRIGAN'S THEATRE.


F. H. Kimball, Architect. Drawn by E. R. Tilton.
Loaned by J. B. Tiffany & Co., 12 East Twenty-
second Street, New York.

449 GALLERIE FRANCOIS, FONTAINEBLEAU.


Drawn by A. S. Brockway.
450 DECORATIVE PANEL. Designed by E. R. Tilton.
Exhibited by J. B. Tiffany & Co.

451 SIDE WALL — DECORATION, HARRIGAN'S


THEATRE. F. H. Kimball, Architect. Drawn by
E. R. Tilton. Loaned by J. B. Tiffany & Co., 12
East Twenty-second Street, New York.
452 DECORATION FOR CAFE SIDE WALL. Designed
by E. R. Tilton. Exhibited by J. B. Tiffany & Co.
453 DESIGN FOR THEATRE CURTAIN. Drawn by
E. R. Tilton. Exhibited by J. B. Tiffany & Co.
454 MODEL FOR MAUSOLEUM. Heins & La Farge,
Temple Court, New York.
455 COUNTRY HOUSE. R. H. Robertson, Architect, 123
East Twenty-third Street, New York.

456 DRAWINGS AND NOTES OF TRAVEL. ByA.W.


Lord, Rotch Traveling Scholar.
SCREEN PANEL. DRAWN BY NEWTON MACKINTOSH.
DRAWINGS
FOR

THE FOURTH ANNUAL COMPETITION FOR THE

Gold and Silver Medals

OF

The Architectural League.

Open to Draughtsmen under twenty-five years of age.

Subject .—A LOGGIA IN A CITY SQUARE,


to contain an heroic statue of ZEUS.

The following awards have been made, December 15th. 1890:

GOLD MEDAL
HAROLD MAGON1GLE, No. 57 BROadWAY, City.

SIL VER MEDA L


ALBERT RANDOLPH ROSS, BUFFALO, N. Y.

HONORABLE MENTION
No. 1— CLAUDE FAYETTE BRAGDON, Rochester, N. Y.
No. 3—J. A. HAYS, No. 158 West Twenty-Second St., City,
No. 3-JUSTUS M. UEFFINGER, Broadway, City.
Illustrations
RELEM. SOUTH DOORWAY OF CHURCH. DRAWN BY C. H. BLACK AI.I..
CHANCEL DECORATION. DESIGNED BY CHAS. r. LAM1I.
MURAI. PAINTINGS BY EI.I.A CONDIE l.AMB.
HALL OF HOUSE IN WEST VIRGINIA. CHAS. T. Mol I , ARCHITECT
ST. AIGNAN'S. DRAWN BY JAMES BRITE.
ORANGE NATIONAL BANK, WILBUR S. KNOWLES, ARCHITECT.
/

SKETCH IN ST. MARK'S, VENICE. DRAWN BY E. P. SFERRV.


VESTIBULE OF MUSIC HALL, 57TH STREET AND 7TH AVENUE, NEW YORK.

WM. B. TUTHILL, ARCHITECT.


DOORWAY IN PALAZZO VECCHIO, FLORENCE. DRAWN BY A. W. LORD.
1


BUILDING FOR WM. F. HAVEMEYER. BRUNNER * TRYON, ARCHITECTS.
COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR BUILDING FOR FINE ARTS SOCIETY. ACCEPTED DESIGN.

H. J. HARDENBERGH, ARCHITECT.
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EDMUND B. WELLS, ARCHITECT.
MODEL OF STATUE FOR "WORLD" BUILDING. CARL BITTER, SCULPTOR.
I

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*
COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR GRANT MONUMENT. N. l.EBRUN * SONS, AKCH1TECTS.
GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL. DRAWN BY JOS. PENNELL.
NAVE OF LITCHFIELD CATHEDRAL. DRAWN BY J. PENNELL.
"HANKEV" MEMORIAL WINDOW.
LIBRARY, COLUMBIA COLLEGE, NEW YORK CITY.
From the Studios of Mayer's Royal Bavarian Art Establishment, Munich.
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MEDAL OF THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OC NEW YORK
DESIGNEDBY
EDWINHO* LAND BLASHFIELD, N. A.
ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE
OF NEW YORK
Organized, January 18, 1881

Incorporated, November 7. 1888

CATALOGUE OF EXHIBITION

189I-92
THE ENGINEERINGPRESS,
277 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK.
CATALOGUE
OF THE SEVENTH ANNUAL
EXHIBITION OF
THE

ARCHITECTURAL
LEAGUE
OF NEW YORK

AT THE

FIFTH AVENUE ART GALLERIES


FROM THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1891,
TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1892.

NEW YORK
ROBINSON AND BAKER PUBLISHERS
NUMBER ONE WEST TWENTY-FIFTH STREET
MDCCCXCI
Copyright, 1891, by Edward T. Hapgood
Secretary . Architectural League

Note —The Secretary may be addressed


at 47 West 42d Street, New York.
Exhibition Committee

Russell Sturgis, Chairman

SUB-COMMITTEE ON ARCHITECTURE
H. J. Hardenbergh, Chairman
D. W. Willard William B. Tuthill
Edward H. Clark Edward T. Hapgood
George Keister F. A. Wright

SUB-COMMITTEE ON DECORATION
John Gellatly, Chairman
Edward Hamilton Bell Samuel Isham

Charles T. Mott

CATALOGUE COMMITTEE
F. A. Wright, Chairman
George Martin Huss Edmund B. Wells
C. Powell Karr

MEDAL COMMITTEE
William A. Coffin, Chairman
Edward H. Kendall E. K. Rossiter
Thomas Hastings Will H. Low
OFFICERS
OF THE

Architectural League

PRESIDENT :

Russell Su rgis

VICE-PRESIDENT :

W. A. Coffin

SECRETARY :

Edward T. Hapgood

TREASURER:
Warren R. Briggs

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

EX-OFFICIO :

Russell Sturgis
W. A. Coffin

George Martin Huss


John Gellatlv
Charles R. Lamb

H. J. Hardenberg h

Warren R. Briggs
Edward T. Hapgood

F. A. Wright
D. W. Willard
Daniel C. French
LIST OF MEMBERS.

RESIDENT.
D. Maitland Armstrong, . .61 Washington Square
J. Lawrence Aspinwall, 71 Broadway
William Baker, 1 Union Square, West

Alfred E. Barlow, 149 Broadway

....
William A. Bates 149 Broadway

....
Albert L. Brockway, . 22 South Elliot Place, Brooklyn
Wu, H. Beers, . 154 Nassau Street
Algernon S. Bell, So Washington Square, East
Edward Hamilton Bell, 126 East 27th Street
Charles I. Berg 10 West 23d Street

William B. Bigelow 52 Broadway


Carl Bitter, 251 East 13th Street
Edwin Howland Blasiifield, . . . H. B. Clafflin, Paris
A. J. Bloor, 18 Broadway

G. Bonanno, 208 Broadway


Warren R. Briggs, . . 338 Main Street, Bridgeport, Conn.

....
James Brite 1 West 20th Street

A. Wallace Brown, . . . 374 Bellville Avenue, Newark


Arnold W. Brunner, 36 Union Square, East
Howard Russell Butler, 53 East 56th Street
A. C. Buchman 8 West 29th Street

....
William Arthur Cable 45 Broadway

J. Cleveland Cady, i11 Broadway


E. F. Caldwell, 900 Broadway
John M. Carrere, 44 Broadway
George P. Chappell, 24 State Street
Edward H. Clark 10 West 23d Street
Charles W. Clinton, 32 Nassau Street
William A. Coffin, 138 West 55th Street
Stockton B. Colt 33 East 17th Street
Kf.nyon Cox, 145 West 55th Street
Frederic Crowninshield 42 West iSth Street
Lockwood De Forest 7 East 10th Street
F. S. Dellenbaugh 120 West 50th Street
Walter Dickson 54 Bible House, Astor Place
Frederick P. Dinkelherg, 1 Union Square, West
RESIDENT MEMBERS.— Continued.

Albert F. D'Oench, 50 West 40th Street


Alexander W. Drake, . The Century Co., 33 East 17th Street
Paul Dubov 44 Broadway
John DuFais, 337 Fourth Avenue
Thomas J. Duff, 154 Nassau Street
John H. Duncan, 21 West 24th Street

Charles Edwards Peterson, N. J.


Cyrus L. W. Eidlitz, 128 Broadway

Edward F. Elv. 621 Madison Avenue


William Bailey Faxon, . . . 152 West 52d Street
Benj. R. Fitz 152 West 55th Street

J. William Fosdick 138 West 57th Street

....
Frank Fowler, 106 West 55th Street
Halstead Parker Fowler, 280 Broadway
W. Lewis Fraser, . Century Co., 33 East 17th Street
Daniel C. French, Rue Scribe, 7, Paris, France
John Gellatlv, 169 Broadway
Robert W. Gibson 18 Wall Street

Charles A. Gifford, 50 Broadway


Charles P. H. Gilbert 18 Broadway
Georges A. Gi.aenzer, 33 East 20th Street
Ernest Greene Temple Court, Beekman Street
Walter C. Greenough 61 Washington Square
Percy Griffin 48 Exchange Place
C. C. Haight in Broadway
A. D. F. Hamlin, . . . Columbia College, 41 East 49th Street
Edward T. Hapgood 1285 Broadway
H. J. Hardenbergh, 10 West 23d Street

Julius Harder, . . n43 Rookery Building, Chicago, Ill.


George E. Harnev. 71 Broadway

J. Scott Hartley 145 West 55th Street


Thomas Hastings 44 Broadway
Hughson Hawlev, 2 West 14th Street

Louis R. Hazei.tine, Morristown, N. J.


George L. Heins, . Temple Court, Beekman Street
F. P. Hill 1 West 20th Street

William H. Hoffman 333 West 51st Street


F. L. V. Hoprin, i West 20th Street
William C. Hough 280 Broadway
Augustus Howe, 83 Nassau Street
R. H. Hunt, 154 Nassau Street
R. M. Hunt 154 Nassau Street
J. D. Hunter, Jr., 1 West 20th Street

Walter C. Hunting, 10 West 23d Street


RESIDENT MEMBERS.— Continued.

George Martin Huss,


J. Nat. Hutchins,
Samuel Isham,
Charles H. Israel's,
John C. Jacobsen,
.......
......
144

90
1285 Broadway
West
East
23d Street
61st
Nassau
Street
Street
10 West 23d Street

Francis C. Jones, 253 West -i2d Street

......
Edgar A. Josselyn, .10 Waverly Place

......
C. Powell Karr, 1 Union Square
George Keister, 146 West 34th Street
Edward Kemevs, Morristown, N. J.
Edward H. Kendall, 150 Fifth Avenue
William M. Kendall, 1 West 20th Street

.....
W. W. Kent, 621 Madison Avenue
Henry F. Kilburn 229 Broadway
H. P. Kirby 33 East 17th Street
Wilbur S. Knowles, 21 West 24th Street

T. A. Koen 1 West 20th Street

M. K. Kress, . Columbia College, 41 East 49th Street

....
William Kuhi.es in Broadway
Charles R. Lamb, 360 West 22d Street
F. S. Lamb, 360 West 22c! Street

Francis Lathrop,

.......
29 Washington Square
Joseph Lauber, 52 East 23d Street
Warrington G. Lawrence, i 54 Nassau Street
Michel M. Le Brun, 50 Broadway

.....
Pierre L. Le Brun. 50 Broadway
Williard P. Little, 28 West 23d Street

Chester Loomis, Englewood, N. J.


James Brown Lord, 121 East 23d Street

Will H. Low 42 West 15th Street

....
E. W. McDowell 95 Fifth Avenue

.....
Charles F. McKim 1 West 20th Street

......
A. J. Manning, 121 East 23d Street
Henry Rutgers Marshall, 74 Wall Street
Philipp Martiny, 121 East 17th Street

Charles D. Marvin, 26 Broad Street


George E. Melendv, Orange, N. J.
William H. Mersereau

...
39 Broadway
Pringle Mitchell, 333 Fourth Avenue
Charles T. Mott,

...
169 Broadway
Alvan С Nve, 107 East 70th Street
M. J. O'Connor, 28 West 23d Street

Walter T. Owen, 71 Broadway


Albert E. Parfitt, . .26 Court Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
RESIDENT MEMBERS. -Continued

Albert Phillips. . 810 Broad Street, Newark, N.J.


Arthur D. Pickering, Temple Court, 5 Beekman Street
Robert L. Pirsson. . 19 Park Place
George B. Post, 33 East 17th Street
Bruce Price, 150 Fifth Avenue
T. Henry Randall, . 48 Exchange Place

Edward B. Renwick, 19 Park Place

William W. Renwick, Broadway


71
Charles A. Rich, . Broadway
265
Robert H. Robertson, 121 East 23d Street

Charles Frederick Rose, . . i11 Broadway

Ehrick Kensett Rossiter, 47 Liberty Street


William H. Russell, 71 Broadway
Augustus St. Gaudens, . 148 West 36th Street
Charles M. Shean, 120 West 50th Street

Harold Blake Sherwin, . 154 Fifth Avenue


Samuel Sherwood, 80 Washington Square
Henry B. Shope, 154 Nassau Street

S. M.Stanton, . 33 East 17th Street


Robert S. Stephenson, 5 Beekman Street
W. E. Stone, 23 State Street

D. N. B. Sturgis, 307 East 17th Street


Russell Sturgis, . 307 East 17th Street
Joseph H. Taft, 33 East 17th Street

Henry W. Thayer. . Jefferson Building. Brooklyn


William Howard Thomas, . 31 Union Square
Alfred H. Thorp, 21 West 24th Street

Louis C. Tiffany, 7 East 72d Street

Thomas Tryon, 36 Union Square. East

A. L. TUCKerMAN, 10 West 23d Street

William Burnet Tuthili . 52 Broadway

Charles Volkmar, .Menlo Park, N. J.


Thomas D. Wadelton, 299 Fifth Avenue
Elbert Ludlam Wakeman, . . 93 Nassau Street
W. J. Wallace. Jefferson Building, Brooklyn
RESIDENT MEMBERS.— Continued.

...
Frank Waller 31 Broad Street
Frank E. Wallis 27 Tribune Building

....
William Walton, . 360 West 12A Street
J. Q. A. Ward. 119 West 52d Street
William R. Ware, Columbia College. 41 East 49th Street

...
George Sakford Waters. 42 West 18th Street
Edwin Martin Welch 42 West 18th Street
Edmund B. Wells, . . 169 Broadway
A. Dunham Wheeler 115 East 23d Street
W. H. Whittai 265 Broadway
Daniel W. Willard 55 Broadway

....
Creighton Withers 121 East 23d Street

Fred C. Withers 54 Bible House. Astor Place

...
Joseph Wolf, 53 Liberty Street
George E Wood, . 63 William Street
Frank A. Wright. -47 Liberty Street
NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS.

Francis H. Bacon, 96 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.


C. H. Blackall, Music Hall Bldg., Boston, Mass.
George T. Brewster, . 100 Arlington Street, Cleveland, O.
A. Page Brown, 31S Pine Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Reginald Cleveland Coxe Eastern Point, Gloucester, Mass.
E. Colonna, . 2464 St. Catherine Street, Montreal, Canada.
James G. Cutler, . . 50 Trust Bldg., Rochester, N. Y.
M. Donaldson, SS and 89 Moffatt Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
John
John G. Eppendroff, . 134 Wabash Avenue. Chicago, Ill.
Wilson Eyre, Jr., 927 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
A. W. Fi ller, 86 State Street, Albany, N. Y.
Cass Gilbert, . 649 Endicott Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
Edw ard B. Green, . 89 West Genesee, Buffalo, N. Y.
A. B. Harlow, . 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.
Clarence H Johnston, 712 Manhattan Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
Harold Magonigle, . $5 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.
J. H. Marling, . 92 White Building, Buffalo, N. Y.

Edward I. Nickerson, Comet Street, Providence, R 1.


Frank Niernsee, . Columbia, S. C.
Charles Francis Osborne, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Leoni W. Robinson, S47 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.
Arthur Rotch, 85 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.
julu s a. schweinfurth, 62 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.

John Calvin Stevens Oxford Bldg., Middle Street, Portland, Me.


J. K. Taylor, 649 Endicott Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.
Bernard Vonnegut, 62 Vance Block, Indianapolis, Ind.

H. Langford Warren, . 9 Park Street, Boston, Mass.

Wm. Arthur Wheeler, . . 86 State Street, Albany, N. Y.

Edmund M. Wheelwright, 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.

E. L. Young, Room 712 Penn. Mutual Bldg , Philadelphia, Pa.


BUILDING FOR AMERICAN FINE ARTS SOCIETY.

H. J. HARDENBERGH, W. C. HUNTING, J. JACOBSEN, ARCHITECTS.


THE NEW BUILDING
OF THE

AMERICAN FINE ARTS SOCIETY.


SKETCH OF THE SOCIETY AND ITS OBJECTS.

HE plan of organizing the American Fine Arts Society, and erect-


1 ing a building which should be adequate to its needs and an
ornament to the City of New York, was developed at a series of meet
ings held in the Spring of 1889, attended by representatives of the
Society of American Artists, the Architectural League of New York,
and the Art Students' League of New York. It was concluded at
these meetings to recommend a combination of these societies, for the
purpose of erecting the proposed building. The plan contemplated
the union of no less than three hundred men active in the fine arts
and chosen for their ability, and a still larger number of students, and
the establishment in this city of an institution representing all branches
of the graphic arts.
The agreement of co-operation, as drafted at these preliminary
meetings, was laid before each of the societies at general meetings,
and was finally executed on June 10, 1889, by committees from the
three societies especially empowered for that purpose. The " Plan
"
and Agreement of June 10th provided that the American Fine Arts
Society should be incorporated, with a capital stock of $50,000, to be
divided equally among the three societies, which stock has since been
fully paid up. It allotted the space in the proposed building and
fixed the annual rates which the societies should pay.
A Life Fellowship Fund was also established, the certificates
of which, while creating no interest in the property of the Society or
voice in its management, entitle the holder to admission to the
" Private views " of all exhibitions given by the Society of American
Artists and the Architectural League, and also to five season tickets
annually to such exhibitions. The cost of a Fellowship was placed
at $100, but it is to become $150 when the number of Fellows reaches
two hundred and fifty; and when the building is completed, and the
first exhibition opened, the price will advance to $200.*
* The number of subscribers to the Fellowship Fund is now
143. Sub
scriptions should be accompanied by check payable to the order of the
American Fine Arts Society, and by a memorandum of the name of the sub
scriber as it is desired to have it appear on the Certificate of Life Fellowship.
A supplemental agreement entered into by the co-operating
societies provided, among other things, for the establishment of a
Gift Fund, the title to which is to remain for twenty-one years in a
Board of Trustees to be known as the Board of Trustees of the Gift
Fund, who are to apply the fund for the promotion of the objects of
the Society, including the acquisition and improvement of the
property, but so that in the event of the winding up of the affairs of
the Society, and consequent sale of the property, the Gift Fund
shall, subject to any mortgage or other prior liens, share pro rata
with the stock in the proceeds of such sale. After twenty-one years
the Trustees are to vest the Gift Fund in the Society.
The title of Founder is conferred upon subscribers of $5,000 to
the Gift Fund.
The title of Patron is conferred upon subscribers to the Gift
Fund of Si, 000, or of any greater amount less than $5,000.
By means of the various funds the handsome aggregate of
$125,000 has already been secured, which is sufficient to pay for
the land (including excavations) upon which the main building and
tour of the five galleries are to be built. The cost of these buildings
is provided for by two mortgages on the property, the interest on
which will be paid by the income guaranteed by the several societies
taking part in the enterprise. It is the earnest hope of the promoters
that the second mortgage, amounting to $5 1,000, will be paid off by
future subscriptions to the Gift Fund.
The site of the new Fine Arts Building was purchased May 3,
1890. It consists of six city lots, forming a rectangle 75 feet wide by
200 feet long, having a frontage of 75 feet on Fifty-seventh Street,
between Broadway and Seventh Avenue (in the immediate vicinity
of the new Music Hall), and extending through to Fifty-eighth Street.
The competition for the design of the façade was open to all
members of the Architectural League of New York. Thirty-seven
designs were submitted under cipher. Three designs were chosen
for final competition, and of these the one ultimately selected, and
which is here illustrated, is by Henry J. Hardenbergh, with whom are
associated Walter C. Hunting and John C. Jacobsen.
The base of the building is to be of pink granite, and the re
mainder, including all the carving, in light Indiana limestone.
The contract provides that the buildings shall be completed by
September 15, 1892. H. R B.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
AMERICAN FINE ARTS SOCIETY.

Howard Russell Butler, President.


Edward H. Kendall, Vice-President.
William Bailey Faxon, Treasurer.
H. J. Hardenbergh, Secretary.
Frederic Crowninshield, Francis C Jones,
Augustus St. Gaudens, Horace Bradley,
Louis C. Tiffany, E. D. French,
Will H. Low, Charles R. Lamb,
Joe Evans.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE GIFT FUND.

Henry G. Marquand, Cyrus J. Lawrence,


Edward D. Adams, George Vanderbilt,
James A. Garland.

FOUNDERS.

George Vanderbilt. Henry O. Havemeyer,


D. O. Mills, Charles L. Tiffany,
Cornelius Vanderbilt, C. P. Huntington.

PATRONS.

Henry G. Marouand, William E. Dodge,


Edward D. Adams, William Allen Butler, Jr.
Charles T. Barney, O. B. Potter,
John D. Rockefeller, Wm. F. Havemeyer,
John D. Archhold, John D. Trevor,
Robert Goelet, William K. Vanderbilt,
Ogden Goelet, A. D. Juillard,
E C. Moore, William C. Schermerhorn
Mrs. Henry Draper, Mrs. William F. Cochran,
Cyris J. Lawrence, H. H. Cook,
W. Bayard Cutting, Henry Villard,
George F. Baker.
PLAN OF FIRST STORY AMERICAN FINE ARTS BUILDING.
PLAN OF SECOND STORY AMERICAN FINE ARTS BUILDING.
DESIGN FOR A CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, BROOKLYN, N. V.

STEPHENSON * GREENE, ARCHITECTS.


,
List of Exhibitors.

Adams, J. Williard, Locust and Buchmann & Deisler, 8 W. 29th


6th Sts., St. Louis, Mo. St.
Adler & Sullivan, Chicago, Ill. .Buck, John Henry, 20th St. and
Aldrich, Chester Holmes, N. Y. Broadway.
Andrews, Frank Mills, 1120 Home Burling and Whitehouse, Chi-
Ins. Bldg. , Chicago. cago, Ill.
Andrews, Jaques & Rantoul, Bush-Brown, H. K., 930 8th Ave.
Boston, Mass. Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley,
Atwood, Charles B., Chicago, Ill. Newburg, N. Y.
Avery, S. P., Jr., 368 5th Ave.
Carrere & Hastings, 44 Broad-
Babb, Cook& Willard, 55 B'way. way.
Bacon, Francis H., Boston, Mass. Chadwick, John, 16 E. iSth St.
Baker, John E , Newark, N. J. Chambers, William, Paris.
Baldie, Henry, New York. Chambers, W. B., 123 E. 25th St.
Ballantine, Geo. A., Boston, Cobb, Henry Ives, Chicago.
Mass. Cook, Hapgood & Co., Hartford,
Bates, Win, A., 149 Broadway. Conn.
Bauer, T., 77 Alfred St., Detroit,
Mich. De Forest, Lockwood, 7 E. 10th

Bell, Ed. Hamilton,i14 E. 18th St. St.


Beman, S. S., Chicago, Ill. Dewing, T. W., 3 N. Wash. Sq.
Berg & Clark. 10 W. 23d St. Dinkelberg. F. P., Lincoln
Bitter, Karl. 251 E. 13th St. Bldg.. 1 Union Sq., W.
Briggs, Warren R., 338 Main St., Drake, A. W., 33 E. 17th St.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Brite, James, 1 W. 20th St. Edwards, Edward B. , 361 W.
Brooks, W. R., s. of M., Columbia 11th St.

College. Elwell, F. Edwin, 114 W. 18th St.


Brunner it Tryon, 36 Union Sq., Eyre, Wilson Jr., 927 Chestnut
E. St., Philadelphia.
Fosdick, J. Wm., Vandyke Stu Israels, Charles H., 19 Nassau St.
dio.
Fowler, Frank, 106 W. 55th St. Jacobson, John C., 10 W. 23d St.
Fowler & Hough, 280 Broadway. Johnson, J. Addison, 27 Tribune
Building.
Garden, Edw. G. G., 22 Lincoln Johnston, Mrs. James Boerman,
Ave., Chicago, Ill. 14 W. 10th St.
Garden, Frank M., 22 Lincoln Johnson, J. K., New York Sketch
Ave,, Chicago. Club.
Garden, Hugh M. G., 22 Lincoln
Ave., Chicago. Karr, C. Powell, Lincoln Bldg.,
Gellatly, John, 20 W. 21st St. New York.
Gibson, Robert W., is Wall St. Kent, W. W., 625 Madison Ave.
Gifford, Charles Ailing, 50 Kilburn, Henry F., 229 B'way.
Broadway. Knowles, Wilbur S., 21 W. 24th
Gilbert, Charles P. H., 18 Broad St.
way.
Gunsberger, Emil, 90 Nassau St. Lamb, F. S., 59 Carmine St.
Lamb, J. & R., 59 Carmine St.
Haight, C. С in Broadway. Lamb & Rich, 265 Broadway.
Hapgood, Edward T., 1285 Lauderkin, C. E.,42 CornhillSt.
Broadway, Boston, Mass.
Hardenbergh, H. J., 10 W. 23d Lawrence, Warrington G., Tri
St. bune Building.
Harney, George E., 71 B'way. Le Brun & Sons, N., 50 B'way.
Heins & La Farge, Temple Ct. Lee, Jas. W., 78 Madison Ave.
Henderson, Harold G., 128 E. Little, Brown & Moore, 70 Kilby
34th St. St., Boston, Mass.
Hill, Frederick P., 1 W. 20th St. Little & O'Connor, 28 W. 23d St.
Hill, Jas. P., New York. Lord, A. W., i W. 20th St.
Hunt, Guy C., 338 Main St., Lord, James Brown, 121 W. 23d St.
Port Jefferson, L. I, Low, Will H., 333 Fourth Ave.
Hunt, Richard M., Tribune
Building, McKim, Mead & White, 1 W.
Huntington, C. M., New York. 20th St.
Hutchins, J. Nat, 144 W. 23d St. Marsh, A. L. C., 90 Nassau St.
Huss, George Martin, 1285 Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 74

Broadway. Wall Street.


Maynard, Geo. Willoughby, St. Gaudens, Augustus, 148 W.
Salamagundi Club. 36th St.
Melendy, George E., Orange, Schladermundt, So Washington
N.J. Square, E.
Mott, C. T., 169 Broadway. Schwarzott. Max, 17S Macdougal
St.
Pancoast. Archer Mfg. Co., 900 Schweinfurth, Julius A., 62 Dev
Broadway. onshire St., Boston, Mass.
Parfitt Brothers, Garfield Bldg . Shaen, O. M.. 120 W. 50th St.
Brooklyn, N. Y. Shaw, Mrs., E. 30th St.
120

Peabody & S'earns, 60 Devon Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge, Bos


shire St., Boston, Mass. ton, Mass.
Perkins, Frank Edson, 14 Apple- Simonson, B. Eustace, New York
ton, St., Boston. Sketch Club.
Petit, John, New York Sketch Smith, F. Hopkinson, New York.
Club. Stephenson & Ballantine, 2 Pem-
Pi, on-Qua, Chinese artist. berton Sq., Boston, Mass.
Piatt, Chas. /v.,3 N. Wash. Sq. Stephenson & Green, Temple Ct.
Post, Geo. B., 33 E. 17th St. Stephenson, H. M., Boston, Mass.
Potter, Wm. A., Montauk Bldg. Stevens, John Calvin, Portland,
Price, Bruce, 150 Fifth Ave. Me.
Stratton & Ellingwood, 57 B'way.
Renwick, Aspinwall & Russell, Sturges, D. N. B., 307 E. 17th

71Broadway. St.
Rhead, Louis J., Flatbush. L. I, Sturges, Russell, 307 E. 17th St.
Rhind, J. Massey, 11 E. 14th St. Sullivan, Matthew, 6 Beacon St.,
Richmond, John, 16th and Ed- Boston, Mass.
mond Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Sutton, Chas. Mead, 226 Powers
Robertson, R. H., Montauk Building, Rochester.
Building. Swartwout, Egerton, 1 W. 20th
Rondebrush, Mrs., So Irving Pl. St.
Ross, :Albert Randolph, 1 W.
20th St. Taft, Joseph H., 41 E. 20 St.

Rossiter & Wright, 47 Liberty St. Thain, Chas. C., 20 E. 83d St.
Rotch, Arthur, 60 Devonshire Thorpe, Alfred, W. 24th St.
21

St., Boston, Mass. Thorp, J. Greenleaf, Temple


Rotch & Tilden, Boston Mass. Court.
Rowe & Baker, 10 W. 23d St. Trachtman, J. H., New York.
'7
Trunk, Ben. W., 16th and Ed- Voith, Frank J., 459 nth St.,
mond Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Milwaukee.
Tubby, Wm. B., Cor. Fulton and
Gold Sts. White, Stanford, 1 W. 20th St.
Tuthill, Wm. Burnet, 52 B'way. Whitebouse, F. M., Chicago,
Ill.
Vedder, Elihu. Wier, J. Alden, 11 E. 12th St.

Vierheilig, Christian Geo , Grand Wood, Geo. E., 63 William St.


Rapids Mich.
OF
QATALOGUE JhXHIBITS.
The position of a Drawing on the line or above the line is not necessarily an
indication of its merit in the eyes of the Hanging Committee.

MAIN GALLERY.

1 NEW BUILDINGS OF THE BLOOMINGDALE


ASYLUM. Jas. Brown Lord, Architect.
2 DESIGN FOR IRON VESTIBULE DOORS FOR
MR. WM. BREWSTER, NEW YORK. Charles
T. Mott, Architect and Del., New York.
3 FARM HOUSE AT BEUVREUIL, FRANCE.
Sketched by W. F. Brooks, Columbia College.

4 MILFORD HALL. Drawn by Chester Holmes Aldrich.


5 SKETCHES OF ENGLISH ARCHITECTURE. J.
G. Thorp, Del.
6 FURNITURE SKETCHES. C. E. Lauderkin, Boston.

7 HOUSE AT AUGUSTA, MAINE. Jno. Calvin Ste


vens, Architect, Portland, Me.
8 RESIDENCE OF THOS. JEFFERSON, BUZZARD'S
BAY. John E. Baker, Architect and Del.
9 SKETCHES FOR CITY FRONTS Geo. E. Melendy,
Architect, Orange, N.
J.
10 COMPETITIVE DRAWING," A HARBOR TOWER."
J. A. Johnson, ist Prize, Architecture and Building
Competition No. 5.
11 HOUSE AT SOUTHPORT, L. I. SOUND. Wilson
Eyre, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa.
12 ROOD SCREEN, DUMBLANE CATHEDRAL. Drawn
by Henry Baldie.

2.
13 HOUSE AT SING SING, N. Y. Edward T. Hapgood,
Architect and Del.
14 TRAVELING SKETCHES, SOUTHERN FRANCE
AND ITALY. W. B. Chambers, Del.
15 AMES BUILDING, BOSTON, MASS. Shepley, Rutan
& Coolidge, Architects, Boston, Mass.
16 TOWER, MACON CATHEDRAL. Sketched by W. F.
Brooks, Columbia College.
17 EL MIQUELETE, VALENCIA. C. H. Aldrich, Del.

18 VICAR'S CLOSE, LITCHFIELD. A. W. Lord, Del.

19 CITY CHURCH, NEW YORK. Charles C. Haight,


Architect. Hughson Hawley, Del.
20 NEW YORK SKETCH CLUB COMPETITION
DRAWINGS. B. H. Simonson, J. Petit, J. A.
Johnson.
21 LOGGIA OF THE COUNTRY CLUB. Magonigle,
Del.
22 INTERIOR CHRIST CHURCH, OXFORD, ENG.
Drawn by Harry B. Herts, Columbia College.
23 INTERIOR SKETCHES OF WORK IN NEW YORK.
Brunner & Tryon, New York.
24 MONUMENT FOR THE SOLDIERS' FIELD, CAM
BRIDGE. F. H. Bacon, Architect, Boston.
25 STABLE AT HAWKNEST, RIDGEFIELD, CONN.
Wm. A. Bates, Architect, New York.
26 KNOLLWOOD COUNTRY CLUB, ELMSFORD, N.
Y. Berg & Clark, Architects, New York.
27 SIX COUNTRY HOUSES. Peabody & Stearns, Archi
tects, Boston.
28 HOTEL "
LAUREL IN THE PINES," LAKEWOOD,
NEW JERSEY— FRONT ELEVATION. Carrere
& Hastings, Architects, New York.

29 HAWKNEST, RIDGEFIELD, CONN. W. A. Bates,


Architect, New York.
30 MUSIC HALL, MAIN ENTRANCE. W. B. Tuthill,
Architects. New York.

V
31 HOUSE AT NANTUCKET, MASS. H. M. Stephen
son & Geo. A. Ballantine, Architects, Boston, Mass.
Drawn by H. M. Stephenson.

32 GERMANIA FIRE INSURANCE BUILDING, NEW


YORK. Lamb & Rich, Architects, New York.
Drawn by Hughson Hawley.

33 GAS FIXTURES. F. Caldwell, Del.) Exhibited


(E.
by Archer & Pancoast Mfg. Co., New York.

34 SUMMER HOUSE OF J. G. MOORE, GRIND


STONE NECK. WINTER HARBOR, ME. W.
W. Kent, Architect, New York.

35 HOUSE FOR C. B. ALEXANDER, TUXEDO PARK,


NEW YORK. J. H. Taft, New York. G. W.
Bosworth. Del.

36 MAIN ENTRANCE TEMPLE BETHEL, FIFTH


AVENUE AND SEVENTY-SIXTH STREET,
NEW YORK. Brunner & Tyron, Architects, New
York. Drawn by J. King James.

37 HOUSE FOR DR. E. B. TEFFT, NEW ROCHELLE.


Berg & Clark, Architects, New York.

38 COTTAGE AT TUXEDO, N. Y. Bruce Price, Archi


tect, New York.

39 HOUSE FOR WM. CHURCH OSBORN GARRISON,


NEW YORK. Charles C. Haight, Architect, N. Y.
40 RESIDENCE OF MR. JOHN MATTHEWS, RIVER
SIDE DRIVE AND NINETIETH STREET,
NEW YORK CITY. Lamb & Rich, Architects.
New York.
41 RESIDENCE IN BROOKLYN. C. P. H. Gilbert,
Architect, New York.
42 DESIGN FOR A CHURCH AT DANBURY, CONN.
Warren R. Briggs, Architect.
43 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR THE CATHEDRAL
OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK.
George Martin Huss, John Henry Buck, Associated
Architects. C. S. Luce, Del., New York.
44 PART OF FORUM AT ROME. Drawn by A. W.
Lord, New York.
45 DESIGN FOR LIBRARY. Bruce Price, Architect,
New York.
46 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR CATHEDRAL OF
ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK, INTE
RIOR VIEW. Messrs. Huss and Buck, Associated
Architects, New York. Drawn by C. S. Luce.

47 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR CATHEDRAL OF


ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK. Geo.
Martin Huss, John Henry Buck, Associated Archi
tects, New York. Drawn by C. S. Luce.
48- SKETCH OF HOUSE FOR STANLEY MORTIMER,
HEMPSTEAD, L. I. James Brown Lord, Archi
tect and Del.

¡[49 PLAN FOR THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JOHN


THE DIVINE, NEW YORK. Geo. Martin Huss,
and Jno. Henry Buck, Architects, New York.
50 WEST END PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NEW
YORK. H. F. Kilburn, Architect, New York.
51 TAP ROOM FOR PHILADELPHIA COUNTRY
CLUB. By Francis H. Bacon, with A. H. Daven
port, Boston, Mass.

52 GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK, NEW YORK. R.


W. Gibson, Architect, New York. Drawn by Hugh-
son Hawley.

53 AMERICAN FINE ARTS SOCIETY BUILDING,


FIFTY-SEVENTH STREET, NEAR BROAD
WAY. H. J. Hardenbergh, Walter C. Hunting, John
C. Jacobsen, Architects.

1 54 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR CHURCH AND


CHAPEL AND SCHOOL FOR COLLEGIATE
CHURCH. Henry F. Kilburn, New York.

55 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE CATHEDRAL


ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK. Wm. A.
Potter & R. H. Robertson, Associated Architects,
New York.
56 CERTOSA, PAVIA, ITALY. Drawn by A. W. Lord,
New York.
57 VASE FROM BRITISH MUSEUM. Drawn by A. W.
Lord, New York.
58 STUDY FOR A HOUSE OF A. Q. KEASBEY, ESQ.,
AT MORRISTOWN, N. J. Charles Alling Gifford,
Architect, New York.
59 SKETCH OF HOUSE. Geo. E. Wood, Architect, New
York
60 INTERIOR, COMPETITION FOR CATHEDRAL ST.
JOHN THE DIVINE. W. A. Potter, R. H. Robert
son, Architects, New York.

61 PLAN OF CATHEDRAL ST. JOHN THE DIVINE.


W. A. Potter, R. H. Robertson, Architects, New York.
62 N. Y. SKETCH CLUB COMPETITION— DESIGN
FOR PIANO CASE. J. N. Hutchins, First Mention.
63 HOTCHKISS PREPARATORY SCHOOL, NEW
HAVEN, CONN. Bruce Price, Architect, New
York.
64 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR THE CATHEDRAL
OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, New York. Wm.
A. Potter and R. H. Robertson, Associated Archi
tects, New York.

65 ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, CONVENT AVENUE AND


141ST STREET, NEW YORK, REAR VIEW.
R. H. Robertson, Architect, New York. Drawn by
R. H. Robertson.
66 RESIDENCE AT SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Bruce
Price, Architect, New York.
6; THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK.
BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF TOWER AND ROOF
GARDEN. McKim, Mead & White, Architectsi
New York. F. L. V. Hoppin, Del.
68 SKETCH OF A COUNTRY HOUSE. Evarts Tracy
and Phillip Sawyer, Architects. Painted by Albert
Randolph Ross, New York.
69 RESIDENCE OF B. A. HOUGH, DANBURY, CONN.
Berg & Clark, Architects. Drawn by C. I. Berg.

70 WASHINGTON MEMORIAL ARCH, NEW YORK.


Stanford White. McKim, Mead & White. Architects,
New York.

71 A LAKE GEORGE COTTAGE (A. R. ROSS, DEL.).


Sawyer & Magonigle, Architects.

72 COUNTRY CLUB HOUSE, RICHMOND, VA. Wm.


B. Tubby, Architect, New York. Drawn by R. L.
Adams.

73 OFFICE BUILDING. George E. Harney, Architect,


New York. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.

74 HOUSE FOR AND. SIMONDS, CHARLESTON,


S. C. F. P. Dinkleberg, Architect, New York.

75 CHAPEL FOR HOWARD UNIVERSITY. J. E.


Baker, Architect and Del., New York.

76 BROOKSIDE SANITARIUM, NORTH PLAIN-


FIELD, N. J. A. H. C. Marsh, Architect, New
York. Hutchins, Del.

77 METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY


BUILDING, MADISON SQUARE, NEW YORK.
N. Le Brim & Sons, Architects, New York. Drawn
by Hughson Hawley.

78 PORTICO FOR PUBLIC TOMBS, WOODLAWN


CEMETERY. William B. Tuthill, Architect, New
York.
79 DESIGN FOR YALE DORMITORY, NEW HAVEN,
CONN. Bruce Price, Architect, New York.
80 EQUITABLE BUILDING, Denver, Col. Andrews,
Jacques & Rantoul, Architects, Boston, Mass.
81 PROPOSED NEWTON CLUB HOUSE. Rotch &
Tilden, Architects, Boston, Mass. Drawn by Arthur
Rotch, Boston.
82 DORMITORY FOR YALE UNIVERSITY. Bruce
Price, Architect, New York.

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3 EQUITABLE BUILDING, DES MOINES, IOWA.
Andrews, Jacques & Rantoul, Boston, Mass.
84 ARCH OF THE MONEY CHANGERS. ROME.
Drawn by A. W. Lord, New York.

85 ROMAN FORUM. James Brite, Del., New York.


86 CASTLE AT SCHAFFHAUSEN, SWITZERLAND.
C. H. Israels, Del., New York.
87 BUILDING OF EDISON ELECTRIC ILLUMI
NATING CO. Buchman & Deisler, Architects.
88 HOUSE OF MR. A. LITTLE. Little, Brown & Moore,
Architects, Boston, Mass.
89 COLOR SCHEME FOR TEMPLE ISRAEL. Parfit
Brothers, Architects, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tidden &
Arnold, Decorators.
90 STUDY FOR A VILLA. Julius A. Schweinfurth,
Architect and Del., Boston, Mass.
91 THE WALDORF HOTEL, FIFTH AVENUE AND
THIRTY-THIRD STREET. H. J. Hardenbergh,
New York. Hughson Hawley, Del.
92 INTERIOR OF COURT OF OFFICE BUILDING,
MINNEAPOLIS. Babb, Cook & Willard, Archi
tects, New York.

93 COUNTRY HOUSE. Cook, Hapgood & Co., Archi


tects. Del. E. T. Hapgood.

94 HOUSE FOR J. H. FOSTER, ESQ., TUXEDO, N. Y.


Stratton & Ellingwood, Architects, New York.

95 CHURCH OF ST. LAURENT, ROUEN, FRANCE.


Drawn by Hughson Hawley, New York.
96 LIMBURG CATHEDRAL. Drawn by Arthur Rotch.
97 CHATEAU OF LION, SWITZERLAND. C. H.
Israels, Del., New York.

98 A COUNTRY BARN. J. N. Hutchins, Des. and Del.,


New York.
99 HOUSE OF WM. C. STONE, M. D., LAKEWOOD,
N. J. Little & O'Connor, Architects, New York.
M. J. O'Connor, Del.

15
TOO COUNTRY MANSION. R. H. Robertson, Architect,
New York.
101 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. J. Willard
Adams, Des., St. Louis, Mo.
102 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Frank M
Garden, Des., Chicago, Ill.

103 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Charles C.
Thain, Des., New York.

104 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Matthew
Sullivan, Des., Boston, Mass.

105 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Frank J.
Voith, Des., Milwaukee, Wis.
106 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Christian
G. Vierheilig, Des., Grand Rapids, Mich.

107 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Hugh M.
G. Garden, Des., Chicago, Ill.

108 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1.491. Guy C.
Hunt, Des., Port Jefferson, L. I.

109 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Edward
G. Garden, Chicago, Ill.
no FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Charles
Mead Sutton, Des., Rochester, N. Y.

in FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. James W.
Lee, Des., New York.
иг FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Egerton
Swartwout, Des., New York.

113 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Edward B.
Edwards, Des., New York.

114 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Frank
Edson Perkins, Des., Boston, Mass.

115 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Louis G.
Dittoe, Des., Cincinnati, O. Awarded Silver Medal.
116 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Louis G.
Dittoe, Des., Cincinnati, O. Awarded Silver Medal.

117 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. S. Stevens
Haskell, Des., New York. Awarded Gold Medal.

118 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. S. Stevens
Haskell, Des., New York. Awarded Gold Medal.

119 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. John Rich
mond, Des., St. Joseph, Mo.

.20 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Benjamin
W. Trunk, Des., St. Joseph, Mo.
121 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT
URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 189т. Albert
Randolph Ross, New York.

122 FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION, ARCHITECT


URAL LEAGUE. Gold Medal, 1891. Frank Mills
Andrews, Des., Chicago, Ill.

123 SKETCHES IN AND AROUND VENICE AND


DRESDEN. Frederick P. Hill, New York, Del.

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124 COMMENCEMENT HALL.
Perspective View, Prince
ton College, N. J. W. A. Potter, Architect, New
York. J. K. James, Del.
125 COMMENCEMENT HALL. Plan, Princeton College,
N. J. W. A. Potter, Architect, New York. J. K.
James, Del.
126 PROJET D'UNE EGLISE PAROISSALE, ECOLE
DES BEAUX ARTS, PARIS. W. B. Chambers,
New York.
127 COMMENCEMENT HALL, Princeton College, N. J.
W. A. Potter, Architect, New York. J. K. James,
Del.
128 DINING ROOM INTERIOR. Bruce Price.
129 CHURCH AT STOCKBRIDGE, MASS. McKim,
Mead & White, Architects, New York.

30 CHALFIELD MANOR. Chester Holmes Aldrich, Del.,


New York.
131 VIEW IN FARM YARD, ROME. James Brite, Del.,
New York.
132 COUNTRY HOUSE AT COLD SPRINGS, N. Y.
Albert Randolph Ross, Architect and Del.
33 SKETCH FOR CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL
CHURCH, LYNN, MASS. Little, Brown & Moore,
Architects, New York. Drawn by George P. Fer-
nald.

34 PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF THE CATHEDRAL OF


ST. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK. Revised
design as finally accepted. Heins & La Farge.
Architects, New York.
35 PLAN OF THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. JOHN THE
DIVINE, NEW YORK. As finally accepted.
Heins & Lafarge, Architects, New York.
36 INTERIOR CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COM
MERCE. Emil Gunsberger, Des., New York Sketch
Club.
37 SAHLEIN BUILDING, NEW YORK. Brunner &
Tryon, Architects.
138 COUNTRY MANSION, VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST.
R. H. Robertson, Architect, New York, J. King
James, Del.
139 ENTRANCE AND INTERIOR OF HALL, MOUN
TAIN STATION, N. J. Wilbur S. Knowles.
140 INTERIOR OF S. MINIATO, NEAR FLORENCE.
T. G. Holyoke, Del., (after Viollet-le-Duc.)
141 CAMPANILE S. MARIA IN COSMEDIN, ROME.
Drawn by Frederick P. Hill, New York.

\42 DESIGN FOR PROPOSED HOUSE AT CLARE-


MONT, N. H. Fowler & Hough, Architects, New
York.
143 PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF A SOUTHERN HOTEL.
George E. Wood, Architect, New York.
Delineated by J. Nat. Hutchins, New York.
144 MONUMENT. R. H. Robertson, Architect and Deline
ator, New York.

145 HOUSE AND STABLE AT SOUTH BETHLEHEM,


PA. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, Philadelphia.

146 HOUSE AT BAR HARBOR FOR J. C. KENNEDY,


ESQ. Rowe & Baker, New York. Hughson Haw-
ley, Del.

147 A COUNTRY HOUSE. Little & O'Connor, Architects,


New York. J. M. O'Connor, Del.

148 SHRINE, TEMPLE BETH-EL. Brunner & Tryon,


Architects.

149 INTERIOR OF COURT OF OFFICE BUILDING,


MINNEAPOLIS. Babb, Cook & Willard.

150 BOOK PLATE FOR AVERY LIBRARY. D. N. B.


Sturgis, from sketch by Russell Sturgis. Engraving
by Tiffany.

151 CLOCK TOWER AT CHARTRES. Drawn by


Robert David Kohn, Paris, 1891.

152 HOME AND OUTBUILDING, ROXVILLE, MASS


Julius A. Schweinfurth, Architect, Boston, Mass.

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53 STATEN ISLAND ACADEMY. Lamb & Rich, Archi
tects, New York. Drawn by Hughson Hawley.

54 COMPETITIVE DRAWING FOR NEW YORK


COFFEE EXCHANGE. Buchman & Deisler,
Architects.
55 BUILDING FOR PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE '
COMPANY. George B. Post, Architect.
56 RESIDENCE OF G. M. MILLER, MORRISTOWN,
N. J. C. A. Gifford, Architect.
57 PROGRESS GIVING PEACE AND ABUNDANCE
TO THE ARTS AND INDUSTRIES. Painting.
Louis J. Rhead, Painter.
58 DESIGN FOR AN INTERIOR CITY CHURCH.
Charles C. Haight, Architect, New York. Drawn
by Nathaniel W. Vickers, New York.

59 SKETCH OF INTERIOR WORK IN MONTREAL,


CANADA. Brunner & Tryon, Architects, New
York.
60 DEXTER BUILDING AT ORANGE, N. J. Thorp &
Knowles. S. A. Johnson, Del.
61 DESIGN FOR CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF
THE COVENANT, BROOKLYN. Stephenson &
Greene, Architects, New York.
62 HORTICULTURAL HALL — WORLD'S COLUM
BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO. W. L. B. Jenny,
Architect, Chicago.
63 MINES AND MINING BUILDING— WORLD'S CO
LUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO. S. S.
Beman, Architect, Chicago.

64 FIRST COMPETITION FOR THE McKIM FEL


LOWSHIP IN ARCHITECTURE, 1891— A MU
SEUM FOR 15 STATUES AND 15 PAINTINGS.
Awarded the McKim Fellowship. A. C. Munoz,
Del Monete, Des.
65 AL ITERATIONS TO AN OLD COUNTRY CHURCH
AT LIBERTY, N. Y. Rossiter & Wright, Arch
tects, New York. Drawn by F. A. Wright.
66 THE EMMA S. CLARK MEMORIAL LIBRARY,
SETAUKET, N. Y. Rossiter & Wright, New York.
F. A. Wright, Del.

67 AGRICULTURAL BUILDING, WORLD'S COLUM


BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO. McKim, Mead
& White, Architects. G. W. Maynard, Decorator.
68 AGRICULTURAL BUILDING, WORLD'S COLUM
BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO. McKim, Mead
& White, Architects, New York.

69 GROUPS OF SCULPTURE ON ADMINISTRA


TION BUILDING, WORLD'S COLUMBIAN
EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. Richard M.
Hunt, Architect, New York.
70 GALLERIE, HENRY IL, FONTAINEBLEAU. A.
W. Lord, New York.

71 A SMALL MUSEUM. END ELEVATION AND


SECTION. G. O. Totten, Jr., Des.
72 SKETCH OF FOR THE AGRI
DECORATION
CULTURAL EXHIBITION, WORLD'S COLUM
BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. McKim,
Mead & White, Architects, New York. Drawn by
G. W. Maynard, New York.

73 STORE IN NEW YORK. Charles H. Israels, New


York.
74 GALLERIES OF FINE ARTS, WORLD'S COLUM
BIAN EXPOSITION. C. B. Atwood Julius
Harder, Draughtsman.

75 GALLERIES OF FINE ARTS, WORLD'S COLUM


BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. Original
Design. C. B. Atwood, Architect, New York.

76 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, WORLD'S CO


LUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Richard M. Hunt, Architect, New York.
77 A SMALL THEATER, SCHOOL PROBLEM. W. F.
Brooks, Class of '93, School of Mines, Columbia
College, New York.
78 VICAR'S CLOSE, LITCHFIELD. A. W. Lord.
179 COUNTRY HOTEL. James Brown Lord. J. N. Hut-
chins, Del.

1 80 PLAN FOR PROJECT No. 177. By W. F. Brooks,


Columbia College.
181 A MUSEUM FOR FIFTEEN STATUES AND FIF
TEEN PAINTINGS. THESIS, DESIGN, PLAN.
G. Totten, Class of '91,
O. Columbia College,
School of Mines, New York.
182 CATHEDRAL ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL, IN
DIANAPOLIS, IND. Renwick, Aspinwall & Rus
sell, and W. L. Coulter, Architects, New York.

183 A MUSEUM FOR FIFTEEN STATUES AND FIF


TEEN PAINTINGS. THESIS, DESIGN, ELE
VATION. G. M. Anderson, Class of '91, Columbia
College, School of Mines, New York.

184 CHURCH OF THE COVENANT, RICHMOND, VA.


J. Stewart Barney, Architect, New York.

185 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, WORLD'S CO


LUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO. Drawn
by F. Hopkinson Smith. Richard M. Hunt, Archi
tect.

186 "MAIL AND EXPRESS" BUILDING, FULTON


STREET ELEVATION, NEW YORK. Carrere
& Hastings, Architects, New York.

87 A MUSEUM FOR STATUES AND PAINTINGS.


ELEVATION. First McKim Competition, 1891.
J. M. Hewlett, Designer, New York.
88 DETAIL OF THE ERECHTHEUM. H. B. Shope,
Del.

89 RESIDENCE FOR H. W. SMITH, BANGOR, ME.


E. T. Hapgood, Architect.

90 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, FRONT ELEVA


TION—WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION,
CHICAGO, ILL. Richard M. Hunt, Architect,
New York.

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igi PHOTOGRAPH OF DRAWING, ADMINISTRA
TION BUILDING —WORLD'S COLUMBIAN
EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL, Richard M.
Hunt, Architect, New York. Drawn by E. Eldon
Deane, Boston, Mass.

192 A MAIN ENTRANCE— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN


EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. MANUFACT
URES AND LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING. Geo.
B. Post, Architect, New York.
193 MANUFACTURES AND LIBERAL ARTS BUILD
ING—WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION,
CHICAGO, ILL. Geo. B. Post, Architect. E. Eldon
Deane, Del.

194 EAGLES FOR CENTER ENTRANCES OF MANU


FACTURES AND LIBERALARTS BUILDING
—WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHI
CAGO, ILL. George B. Post, Architect, New York,
Karl Bitter, Sculptor.

195 CAST OF EGG AND DART, MOLD AT HEAD OF


DOME, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING—
WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. R. M.
Hunt, Architect, New York.

196 MACHINERY HALL— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EX


POSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. Peabody & Stearns,
Architects. Del., T. A. Langerfredt.

197 EAST PORCH, MACHINERY HALL— WORLD'S


COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Peabody & Stearns, Architects, Boston, Mass.

198 DETAILS OF SCULPTURE, MACHINERY HALL—


WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHI
CAGO, ILL. Peabody & Stearns, Architects, Bos
ton, Mass. A. Waagen, Sculptor.

199 DETAILS OF SCULPTURE, MACHINERY HALL—


WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHI
CAGO, ILL. Peabody & Stearns, Architects. A.
Waagen, Sculptor.

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zoo DETAILS OF SCULPTURE, MACHINERY HALL—
WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHI
CAGO, ILL. Peabody & Stearns, Architects. A.
Waagen, Sculptor.
201 LOUIS XV. AND LOUIS XVI. IRON WORK. By C.
Henry Turner, New York.
202 SKETCHES IN ITALY. J. G. Thorp, Del., New York.
203 PROPOSED HOME FOR NEWTON CLUB. Samuel
J. Brown, Architect, Boston.
204 COTTAGE FOR REV. W H. MILLS, YONKERS.
Chreighton Withers, Architect, New York. Hutch-
ins, Del.

205 RESIDENCE ON LAKE SHORE DRIVE, CHI


CAGO, ILL. F. M. Whitehouse, Architect, Chi
cago, Ill.
206 NEW YORK SKETCH CLUB COMPETITION —
DESIGN FOR FRENCH GOTHIC MANTEL.
E. B. Edwards, First Mention.
207 MR. STETSON'S HOUSE, NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
Peabody & Stearns, Architects, Boston, Mass.
Drawn by Chester Holmes Aldrich.
208 DESIGN FOR INTERIOR CHURCH OF THE
MESSIAH, BOSTON. Rotch & Tilden, Archi
tects, Boston. Drawn by Arthur Rotch, Boston.
209 THE DOOLEY BLOCK, AND HOTEL ONTARIO,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Adler & Sullivan,
Chicago.
210 FISHERIES' BUILDING— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN
EXPOSITION, CHICAGO. Henry Ives Cobb,
Architect.
21 r TRANSPORTATION BUILDING— WORLD'S CO
LUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Adler & Sullivan, Architects, Chicago, Ill.
212 COUNTRY HOUSE. Warren R. Briggs Architect.
213 DESIGN FOR STATE ARMORIES, NATIONAL
GUARD OF NEW YORK. Chas. Alling Gifford,
Architect. Bridgen, Del.

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214 HOUSE AT MOUNTAIN STATION, N. J. Wilbur
S. Knowles, Architect, New York.
215 DESIGN FOR RESIDENCE. Julius A. Schweinfurth,
Architect, Boston.
216 FOREIGN SKETCHES.
217 THE BREARLEY SCHOOL, NEW YORK. Henry
Rutgers Marshall, Architect.
218 SKETCH OF HOUSE FOR A. S. VAN WICKLE,
ESQ., MORRISTOWN, N. J. Rossiter & Wright,
Architects, New York. E. K. Rossiter, Del.
219 A MUSEUM FOR FIFTEEN STATUES AND FIF
TEEN PAINTINGS. THESIS, DESIGN. G. O.
Totten, Jr., Class of '91, School of Mines, Columbia
College, New York.
220 A STABLE AT MADISON, N. J. C. Powell Karr,
Architect, New York. Drawn by F. H. Briggs, New
York.
221 LIBRARY AND CHURCH. E. T. Hapgood, New
York.
222 HILLSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ORANGE,
N. J.Rossiter & Wright, Architects. Drawn by
F. A. Wright.
223 HOUSE FOR DR. E. J. MARSH, PATERSON, N. J.
Chreighton Withers, Architect.
224 PRIVATE HOTEL FOR A SOUTHERN TOWN.
J. N. Hutchins, Architect and Del.
225 APARTMENT HOUSE, NEW YORK, C. H. Israels,
Architect.
226 LEAKE WATTS ORPHAN HOUSE, SOUTH
&
YONKERS, N. Y. C. C. Haight, Architect, New
York.
227 LIBRARY SCHOOL AND HALL, WEST VIRGINIA.
Chas. T. Mott. C. T. Mott, Del.
228 COUNTRY HOUSE, IPSWICH, MASS. Little &
Browne, Architects, Boston.
229 RESIDENCE OF EDGAR OCHORN, BROOKLINE,
MASS. Julius A. Schweinfurth, Architect, Boston.
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230 COUNTRY HOUSE— PENCIL SKETCH. John Cal
vin Stevens, Architect, Portland, Me.

231 HOUSE AT ROCHESTER, N. Y., FOR F. M. HAUS-


LING, ESQ. Rowe & Baker, New York.
232 HOUSE OF C. R. ROBERT, OAKDALE, L. I. H.
Edwards-Ficken, Architect and Del., New York.
233 NEW TEMPLE BETH-EL, 5TH AVENUE AND
76TH STREET, NEW YORK. Brunner & Tryon,
Architects, New York.
234 NEW YORK SKETCH CLUB COMPETITION— DE
SIGN FOR DINING ROOM. W. H. Hadswell.
Second mention.

235 STUDIO IN ALBRECHT DURER'S HOUSE, NU-


REMBURG. Drawn by Frederick P. Hill, New
York.
236 DESIGN FOR TOWN HALL. By J. A. Hayes, New
York.
237 HALL OF "SILVER SPRING," ORANGE, N. J. A.
H. Throp, Architect, New York.
238 A BIT OF VENETIAN GOTHIC. Drawn by H.
Northey Hooper, Jr., Columbia College.
'
239 TOWER, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, BUILD
ING. McKim, Mead & White, Architects, New
York.
240 DELMONICO BUILDING, PHOTOGRAPH. James
Brown Lord, Architect, New York.
241 MERCANTILE LIBRARY (CLINTON HALL), NEW
YORK, York.
G. E. Harney, Architect, New
242 FIRST EMPIRE BEDROOM — RESIDENCE OF
MRS. GEO. F. BAKER, NEW YORK. George A.
Glaenzer & Co., Decorators, New York.
243 PORCH OF HOUSE OF C. E. PATTERSON, TROY,
N. Y. H. Langford Warren Architect, Boston,
Mass.

244 FIRST EMPIRE BEDROOM — RESIDENCE OF


MRS. GEO. F. BAKER, NEW YORK. George A.
Glaenzer & Co., Decorators, New York.
245 THE PIERCE BUILDING, FRANKLIN STREET,
NEW YORK. Carrere and Hastings, Architects,
New York.
246 ALTAR AND REREDOS IN CHAPEL OF GENL.
THEO. SEM. Charles C. Haight, Architect.

247 HOUSE AT ORANGE. N. J. George E. Melendy,


Architect, New York.
248 FIRE PATROL NO. 5. D'Oench & Simon, Architects.
Hughson Hawley, Del.
249 HOUSE FOR H. P. CLARKE, ESQ., EASTOVER,
S. C. Warren R. Briggs, Architect, Bridgeport,
Conn.
250 HOUSE ON BEACON STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
H. M. Stephenson, Geo. A. Ballantine, Architects.
D. A. Gregg, Del.

251 CHURCH PORCH, BEUVREUIL. Drawn by W. F.


Brooks, Columbia College.

252 NORTH PORCH, MACHINERY HALL— WORLD'S


COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Peabody& Stearns, Architects.

253 DESIGNS FOR BOOK COVERS, EXHIBITED BY


PERMISSION OF DODD MEAD & CO., AND G.
P. PUTNAM'S SONS. Designed by Alice C. Morse,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
254 DESIGN FOR BOOK COVER. By Phillips Sawyer,
1 W. 20th St., New York.

255 BOOK DESIGN, EXHIBITED BY PERMISSION OF


HARPER & BROS., NEW YORK. Walter Tallant
Owen, Designer.

256 STUDIO OF R. SWAYNE GIFFORD, ESQ., NON-


QUITT, MASS.
257 BOOK COVER DESIGN. By Alice C. Morse. Loaned
by G. P Putnam's Sons.

258 DESIGNS FOR BOOK COVERS. Exhibited by per


mission of D. Appleton & Co., New York. Designed
by Walter C. Greenough, Montclair, N. J.

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259 DESIGNS FOR BOOK COVERS. By Walter Tallant
Owen. Exhibited by Messrs. Harper & Bros.
260 A SPANISH RENAISSANCE WINDOW— MISSION,
SAN JOSE, NEAR SAN ANTONIO, TEX.
Drawn by Willis Pok.
261 BOOK COVER DESIGN— THE ALHAMBRA. Ex
hibited by permission of G. P. Putnam's Sons, New
York. Alice C. Morse, Des., Brooklyn, N. Y.
262 FOREIGN SKETCH. W. F. Brooks.

263 BOOK DESIGN. EXHIBITED BY PERMISSION


OF HARPER & BROS., NEW YORK. Walter Tal
lant Owen, Des.

264 DESIGNS FOR BOOK COVERS. Horace Bradley.


265 BOOK COVER DESIGNS. EXHIBITED BY PER
MISSION OF CHAS. SCRIBNER'S SONS AND
DODD, MEAD & CO., NEW YORK. Alice C.
Morse, Des.
266 GALLERIES OF FINE ARTS, WORLD'S COLUM
BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. SEC
TION THROUGH CENTRAL DOME AND
COURT. C. B. Atwood, Architect, Chicago, Ill.
267 GALLERIES OF FINE ARTS, DETAILS OF CON
STRUCTION— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO
SITION, CHICAGO, ILL. C. B. Atwood, Architect,
Chicago, Ill.
268 GALLERIES OF FINE ARTS, DETAILS OF CON
STRUCTION—WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO
SITION, CHICAGO, ILL. C. B. Atwood, Archi
tect, Chicago, Ill.
269 PLAN OF COLONNADE STORY, ADMINISTRA
TION BUILDING— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN
EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. Richard M.
Hunt, Architect, New York.
270 WORKING DRAWING OF PART OF INTERIOR
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING — WORLD'S
COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Richard M. Hunt, Architect, New York.
271 OFFICIAL BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF THE WORLD'S
COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Drawn by C. Graham,
272 WORKING DRAWING OF CANDELABRUM AND
CRESTING OVER COLONNADE STORY,
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING — WORLD'S
COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Richard M. Hunt, Architect, New York.
273 WORKING DRAWING, GROUND FLOOR PLAN,
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING — WORLD'S
COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL.
Richard M. Hunt, Architect, New York.

274 WORKING DRAWINGS, ADMINISTRATION


BUILDING— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSI
TION, CHICAGO, ILL. Richard M. Hunt, Archi
tect, New York.
275 PHOTOGRAPHS: GATE LODGE OF H. A. PAGE.
RESIDENCES OF R. S. SINCLAIR, H. B.
THOMAS, W. T. BAIRD, all at South Orange,
N. J. Rossiter & Wright, Architects, New York.

276 WORKING DETAILS, LYMAN GYMNASIUM, FOR


BROWN UNIVERSITY. Stone, Carpenter &
Wilson, Architects, Providence, R. I.
277 PHOTOGRAPH, LYMAN GYMNASIUM ENTRANCE
—BROWN UNIVERSITY. Stone, Carpenter &
Wilson, Architects, Providence, R. I.

278 PHOTOGRAPH, I YMAN GYMNASIUM, BROWN


UNIVERSITY. Stone, Carpenter & Wilson, Archi
tects, Proidence, R. I.

279 PHOTOGRAPH OF CHURCH. Stone, Carpenter &


Wilson, Architects, Providence, R. I.
280 FRONT ELEVATION, HOUSE FOR THE HON.
WM. L. SCOTT. Green & Wicks, Architects, Buf
falo, N. Y.
281 SKETCHES FOR MEMORIAL HALL AND LI
BRARY AT PETERSHAM, MASS. Stone, Car
penter & Wilson, Architects, Providence, R. I.

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282 WORKING DETAILS, LYMAN GYMNASIUM,
BROWN UNIVERSITY. Stone, Carpenter & Wil
son, Architects, Providence, R. I.
283 DECORATED MENUS MADE FOR THE ANNUAL
GALLERY DINNER, HELD IN 1891 ON DE
CEMBER 22, AT 8 P. M.
284 WORKING PLANS OF THE " MAIL AND EX
PRESS" BUILDING. Carrere & Hastings, Archi
tects, New York.

285 BROADWAY ELEVATION (IN COLOR) "MAIL


AND EXPRESS" BUILDING. Carrere & Hast
ings, Architects, New York.
286 CARTOON FOR WINDOW IN TRINITY CHURCH,
SING SING. Designed by Maitland Armstrong,
New York.
287 DESIGN FOR A HOTEL. Geo. F. Newton, Architect
and Del., Boston.
288 HOUSE FOR MRS. C. B. ALEXANDER, TUXEDO,
N. Y. Drawn by E. A. Wright. Rendered by F. L.
V. Hoppin. Jos. H. Taft, Architect, New York.
289 FULL SIZE MODEL, KEYSTONE ADMINISTRA
TION BUILDING— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN
EXPOSITION,CHICAGO. Richard M. Hunt,
Architect. FULL SIZE LEAVES FROM
Also,
CORINTHIAN CAPITAL, LIBERAL ARTS
BUILDING. Geo. B. Post, Architect.

290 PLAN OF "LAUREL IN THE PINES" HOTEL,


LAKEWOOD, N. J. Carrere & Hastings, Archi
tects, New York.
291 FULL SIZE CARTOON, MURPHY WINDOW.
Drawn by F. S. Lamb from design by Walter Crane.

292 PLASTER FRIEZE. By J. J. Morrison, New York.


293 PLASTER FRIEZE. By J. J. Morrison, New York.
294 CITY HOUSE. C. P. H. Gilbert, Architect, New York.
295 C. R. R. STATION AT ELIZABETH, N. J. Bruce
Price, Architect, New York.


296 COUNTRY HOUSE. Burling & Whitehouse, Chicago.

297 FRAGMENT OF A CARTOON FOR A FRIEZE.


"LE CHAUSON DE ROLAND." W. B. Van
Ingen.
Decorative Exhibit.

298 DOOR CASINGS WITH BRACKETS FOR SUP


PORTING INDIAN BAY WINDOW, IN
CARVED TEAK WOOD. Loaned by Lockwood
DeForest.
299 PANEL OF VERY OLD DAMASCUS TILE. Loaned
by Lockwood DeForest.
300 PANEL OF VERY OLD DAMASCUS TILE. Loaned
by Lockwood DeForest.
301 ETCHED BLACK BRASS LAMP. Bayne's Tracery
and Mosaic Co.

302 ONE SILVER-PLATED LAMP, WITH ETCHED


PERFORATIONS. Bayne's Tracery and Mosaic
Co.
303 RESURRECTION SKETCH FOR MEMORIAL
WINDOW. Heinigke & Bowen, New York.
304 STUDY OF FLOWERS. Max M. Schwarzott.
305 FRONT DOOR GRILLE. Richard M. Hunt. Ex
hibited by John Williams, New York.

306 SKETCHES. Robert Reid, Artist, New York.


307 ORNAMENTAL HEAD. John Williams, New York.
308 WROUGHT IRON. John Williams, New York.
309 FIRE-PLACE CRANE. Exhibited by John Williams,
New York.
310 VASE, WITH CUPIDS. Theo. Baur, Sculptor, New
York.
311 BRACKET, BOY PLAYING CYMBALS, ORIGI
NAL CAST. Theo. Baur. Price, $150.
312 DECORATIVE PORTRAIT. By Frederic Crownin-
shield, New York.

313 CARVED STAND. By Elsie C. Tienann, New York.


314 PERFORATED BRASS PANELS. Baynes Tracery
& Mosaic Company
315 ETCHED FIGURE WORK. Baynes Tracery &
Mosaic Co.
316 PERFORATED BRASS PANEL. Baynes Tracery
& Mosaic Co.
317 CARVED ALTAR COLUMN, FROM CHURCH
NEAR CADIZ, SPAIN. Loaned by John Chad-
wick. Price, $203.

318 FIRST EMPIRE MAHOGANY CARVED CHAIR,


FROM A DESIGN OF JACOB. Owner Mrs. Hy.
Draper,

319 PAIR CANDELABRA FIGURES OF LOUIS XVI.


MOUNTED— FIRST EMPIRE. Thomire. Owned
by Georges A. Glaenzer.

320 LAMP, FIRST EMPIRE STYLE. Designed and loaned


by E. F. Caldwell.

321 FIRST EMPIRE CLOCK. Loaned by Georges A.


Glaenzer.

322 PAIR VASES, DIRECTOIRE EPOCH— THE FIG


URES AND GARLANDS ARE MODELED AND
SIGNED BY GOUTIERE. Loaned by Mrs Henry
Draper.

323 COLLECTION OF FIRST EMPIRE SILKS AND


STUFFS OF FIRST EMPIRE EPOCH. Owner,
Georges A. Glaenzer. Price, $500.

324 FURNITURE ORNAMENTS — FIRST EMPIRE,


ORIGINAL PIECES. Owned by Georges A.
Glaenzer.

325 ORIGINAL WOOD CARVED MODELS, BY PER-


CIER, FOR THE CONSOLES AT VER
SAILLES—FIRST EMPIRE. Owner, Georges A.
Glaenzer.

326 BUST OF NAPOLEON FIRST, WOVEN IN SILK


AND GOLD (A. D. 1797). Owner, Georges A.
Glaenzer.

327
BRACKETS, BY THOMIRE — FIRST EMPIRE.
Owner, Georges A. Glaenzer.

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328 BUST OF NAPOLEON FIRST, CAST AFTER
DEATH BY DR. ANTOMMARCHI, AT ST. HE
LENA. Owner, Georges A. Glaenzer.
329 PAIR CANDELEBRA— FIRST EMPIRE— FIGURES
OF PERCIER, CANDLE BRACKETS OF LOUIS
XVI. EPOCH, BY GOUTIERE. Owner, Georges
A. Glaenzer.
330 LIBRARY — FIRST EMPIRE — RESIDENCE OF
MRS. H. ALEXANDER, NEW YORK. Georges
A. Glaenzer & Jos. H. Taft.
331 CANDLE BRACKETS, DIRECTOIRE EPOCH— BY
GOUTIERE. Owner, Georges A. Glaenzer.
332 CLOCK— ORIGINAL BUST OF LOUIS XVIII.
Mounted and Designed by E. F. Caldwell. Owned
by E. F. Caldwell.

333 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD


CHURCH NEAR CADIZ, SPAIN. Loaned by
Stanford White.
334 MANTEL. Designed by Edw. Hamilton Bell.
335 SKETCH FOR PANEL. HARRIGAN'S THEATER.
Drawn by A. S. Locke, Arnold & Locke, Brooklyn.
336 SKETCH FOR STAINED GLASS. W. B. Van Ingen,
Architect, New York.
337 TWILIGHT. Rudolph F. Bunner, Artist. Loaned by
A. W. Drake, New York.
338 COMPOSITION OF BIRDS FOR DECORATIVE
BORDER. By Mary Sargent Florence, Artist.
Nutley, N. J. Price, $100.
339 COMPETITION SKETCH, "DEATH OF ORPH
EUS." Willard L. Metcalf, Artist, New York.
340 COMPOSITION OF DANCING FIGURES WITH
CENTER MEDALLION. THREE PANELS IN
OIL COLOR. Mary Sargent Florence, Nutley, N.
J. Price. $500 each.

341 THE ANGEL OF SORROW. C. M. Shean, Artist.


342 SKETCH FOR STAINED GLASS. Drawn by A. S.
Locke. Arnold & Locke, Brooklyn.

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344 BACCHANTE. Rhoda Holmes Nichols, Artist, New
York. Price, $250.
345 A STUDY, "SAPPHO." Heinigke & Bowen, 33 East
Twelfth Street.
346 WATER COLOR DESIGN, MONTHS OF MAY
AND JANUARY. M. Sargent Florence.
347 SKETCH FROM NATURE. B. Sturgis.
348 THE SECRET. Theo. Baur.
349 SKETCH SHOWING INTENDED PLACING OF
GROUP, CALLED "THE SECRET." Theodore
Baur, Artist.
350 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN FROM OLD
CHURCH, NEAR CADIZ, SPAIN. Loaned by
Stanford White.
351 TAPESTRY. Loaned by Stanford White.
352 GOLD AND SILK BROCADES. Loaned by the Asso
ciated Artists, 115 East Twenty-third Street, New
York.
353 DRAPERY. Loaned by Russell Sturgis.
354 LOUIS XIV., FLEMISH TAPESTRY. Loaned by
Georges A. Glaenzer.

355 DIRECTOIRE CHAIR, GOBELIN TAPESTRY.


Owner, Mrs. Henry Draper.
356 VENETIAN TROUSSEAU CHEST. Loaned by H.
Price, $325.
O. Watson.

357 THE COTTAGE. J. H. Twachtman, Artist, New York.


358 CAPRI. Th. Robinson, Artist, New York. Price, $350.

359 A BREEZY DAY. J. Alden Weir, New York. Price,


$200.
360 DRAPERY. Loaned by Russell Sturgis.
361 DECORATIVE PANEL. Th. Robinson, Artist, New
York.
Price, $350.
362 LANDSCAPE. J. Twachtman.
363 SUNLIGHT. J. Alden Weir, Artist, New York. Price,
$500.
364 ON THE SEINE. Theo. Robinson.

365 WATER FALL. J. H. Twachtman, New York.

366 LOUIS XIV. FLEMISH TAPESTRY. Loaned by


Georges A. Glaenzer.

367 CARVED AND GILDED VENETIAN COLUMN.


Loaned by Stanford White.

368 SKETCH FOR STAINED GLASS. By A. S. Locke.


Arnold & Locke, Brooklyn.

369 DECORATIVE FIGURE STUDY. Max. M. Schwartz-


ott, New York. Price, $50.

370 COPY FROM THE RAFAEL CARTOON. Mary


Sargeant Florence, Artist. Price, $100.

371 HEAD OF SPHINX, FROM GROUP CALLED " THE


SECRET," FULL SIZE. Theodore Baur. Sculptor.
372 MURAL DECORATION FOR A MUSIC ROOM,
LIGHTED FROM ABOVE. Designed and drawn
by Mrs. M. Lesley Bush-Brown.

373 SKETCH FOR MUSIC ROOM CEILING, HOUSE


OF WM. ROCKEFELLER, ESQ., TARRY-
TOWN, N. Y. Geo. W. Maynard.

374 PHOTO, SHOWING PLAN OF MUSIC ROOM CEIL


ING, HOUSE OFWM. ROCKEFELLER, ESQ.
G. W. Maynard & Schladermuth, Artists.

375 SKETCH FOR PANELS IN PLAZA HOTEL.


George W. Maynard.

376 "DIANA." F. MacMonnies, Sculptor. Loaned by


Stanford White.

377 GIRL'S HEAD. Frank Fowler, New York. Price,


$100.

378 SPANDRELS FOR A MEMORIAL ARCH. Philip


Martiny.

379 COPY FROM THE BOTTICELLI FRESCOS IN


THE LOUVRE. Mary Sargent Florence, Nutley,
N. J. Price, $500.
380 DECORATION OF ROTUNDA, AGRICULTURAL
BUILDING, COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. G.
W. Maynard.

381 SPRING. DECORATION OF ROTUNDA, AGRI


CULTURAL BUILDING, COLUMBIAN EXPO
SITION. Geo. W. Maynard.

382 COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR MEMORIAL


STAINED WINDOW FOR HOLY TRINITY
CHURCH, NEW YORK. Ella Condie Lamb.
Exhibited by J. & R. Lamb, New York.

383 "SPRING." George R. Barse, Jr., Artist. Price, $100.

384 SKETCH OF SHERRY'S BALL ROOM. Geo. W.


Maynard, Artist.
385 SKETCH FOR HOTEL IMPERIAL —PANEL IN
RESTAURANT CEILING. Geo W. Maynard,
Artist. >

386 CHRIST AND CHILDREN. Domingo Mora, Sculptor.


Loaned by Perth Amboy Terra-Cotta Company.
387 A DECORATIVE STUDY. J. Massey Rhind, Sculptor,
New York. Price, $100.

388 DECORATION. Dora Wheeler Keith, Artist.

389 SKETCH FOR WINDOW, ST. JAMES' CHURCH,


PH ILADELPHIA. Maitland Armstrong & Co.
390 DECORATIVE PANEL— CIVILIZATION. Geo. W.
Maynard, Artist. Price, $500.

391 BAS RELIEF. Sculptor, Theo. Baur.


392 THE "GLEANER." William R. Allen, New York.
Price $250.
393 DECORATIVE FIGURE FOR PAVILION, AGRI
CULTURAL BUILDING— WORLD'S COLUM
BIAN EXPOSITION, CHICAGO, ILL. Philips
Martiny, Sculptor. McKim, Mead & White, Archi
tects.

394 CARVED BRACKET, SIXTEENTH CENTURY,


FROM OLD CHURCH, GRANADA, SPAIN.
Loaned by John Chadwick, New York. Price $25.

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395 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD
CONVENT NEAR SEVILLE. Loaned by Stan
ford White.

396 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD


CONVENT NEAR SEVILLE. Loaned by Stan
ford White.

397 TAPESTRY, "A MYTH OF APOLLO." Loaned by


Mrs. James Boorman Johnston, New York.

398 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD


CONVENT NEAR SEVILLE. Loaned by Stan
ford White.

399 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD


CONVENT NEAR SEVILLE. Loaned by Stan
ford White.

400 COPIES FROM RAFFAELLE'S CARTOONS IN


SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM. Mary Sar
J. Price, $100.
gent Florence, Nutley, N.

40 r ONE OF THE FIGURES WITH ZODIAC SIGNS


FOR PAVILION, AGRICULTURAL BUILD
ING—WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXHIBITION,
CHICAGO. Philip Martiny, Sculptor. McKim,
Mead & White, Architects.

402 CARVED BRACKET, SIXTEENTH CENTURY,


FROM OLD CHURCH IN GRANADA, SPAIN.
Loaned by John Chadwick, New York. Price, $25.

403 PANDORA. Theo. Baur, Sculptor. Price, $100.

404 DESIGN FOR MEMORIAL REREDOS, IN MARBLE


AND MOSAIC. SUBJECT : "THE LAST SUP
PER." Chas. R. Lamb. Exhibited by J. & R.
Lamb, New York.

405 WATER COLOR STUDIES. Miss Sturgis.


406 CHRYSANTHEMUMS— UNFINISHED. William R.
Allen, New York.

407ARACHUE SKETCH FOR FIGURE WINDOW.


Heinigke & Bowen, Artists, New York.
408 INTERIOR DECORATION DESIGN. Edward Hamil
ton Bell, Artist.

409 SKETCH FOR ALTAR PAINTING. Louise H. King,


Artist, New York. Price, $75.

410 ST. PAUL'S CHURCH CHOIR STALLS, MAC-


DOUGAL STREET, N. Y. Maximilian M.
Schwarzott.

411 COPY PROM THE BOTTICELLI FRESCOS IN


THE LOUVRE. Mary Sargent Florence, Nutley,
N. J. Price, $500.

412 PORTRAIT. F. Edwin Elwell, Sculptor.


413 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. By C. R. Knight,
Brooklyn.

414 DECORATIVE RELIEF, " JANUARY " — C. M.


HUNTINGTON'S PICTURE GALLERY, Carl
Bitter, Sculptor. George B. Post, Architect.

415 PANEL. Louis J. Rhead, Artist.


416 CARVED BRACKET, SIXTEENTH CENTURY,
FROM OLD CHURCH, GRENADA, SPAIN.
Loaned by John Chadwick, New York. Price, $25.

417 DECORATIVE PANEL, "POWER." George L.


Schreiber, Artist.

418 CARVED AND GILDED VENETIAN COLUMN.


Loaned by Stanford White.

419 TWILIGHT. G. L. Schreiber, Artist.

420 PLEIADES. G. L. Schreiber.

421 DESIGN FOR A BOOK PLATE. Walter C. Greenough,


Montclair, N. J.

422 DRAWING FOR STAINED GLASS, ST. MARK'S


SCHOOL, MASS. Maitland Armstrong & Co.

423 TAPPA, FROM SAMOA. Loaned by John La Farge.

424 SKETCH IN THE CAMPINE, BELGIUM, VILLAGE


CHURCH. By John La Farge, New York.
425 HOUSE AT TONGARERE, ON DRY OR DESERT
SIDE OF VITI LEVU-FIJI— " MORNING." John
La Farge, New York.
426 SKETCH FOR FIGURE IN MEMORIAL WINDOW.
John La Farge, New York.
427 SKETCH FOR A WINDOW. By John La Farge,
New York.

428 THE FAREAU, OR MEETING HOUSE, AT TAU-


TIRA, TAHITI-" EVENING." John La Farge,
New York.

429 ROUGH SKETCH FOR A PANEL IN TRINITY


CHURCH, BOSTON. By John La Farge, New
York.

430 SUSVATORE OR CHILD MUSICIAN. FULL SIZE


CARTOON OF THE MC KIM MEMORIAL
WINDOW. By John La Farge. New York.

431 AL NAISERELOGI— ON VITI LEVU — FIJI —


PLATFORMS ON EMBANKMENTS OF VIL
LAGE. John La Farge, New York.
432 OLD FIJIAN HUT, FORMERLY OUTPOST OF
VILLAGE ON EDGE OF INTRENCHMENT
DITCH— EVENING. John La Farge, New York.
433 BEHIND MY SLEEPING HOUSE, AL VAIALA
SAMOA, NEIGHBORS' HOUSES— " SUNSET."
John La Farge, New York.
434 STAINED GLASS FOR A NURSERY Louis J.
Rhead, Fiatbush, L. I.

435 SKETCH IN KANDY, CEYLON— LOOKING OVER


THE TANA. John La Farge, New York.
436 DRAWING— BRONZE TOMB OF THE SHOGUN
IYEYAS NICKO, JAPAN. John La Farge, New
York.

437 DRAWING OF INTERIOR OF GUEST HOUSE,


SAPOTUTTAI, SAMOA. By John La Farge, New
York.

Co
438 DECORATIVE PANEL. Loaned by Charles A. Piatt,
3 North Washington Square, New York.

439 INTERIOR OF SAMOAN GUEST HOUSE— AN


ORATOR PRESENTING GIFTS OF FOOD. By
John La Farge, New York.
440 SKETCH OF SUBJECT— " THE CHILD CHRIST
AMONG THE DOCTORS." by John La Farge,
New York.

441 STUDY OF FLOWERS. By John La Farge, New


York.

442 INTERIOR OF SAMOAN GUEST CHAMBER —


THE SIVA, OR SITTING DANCE. John La
Farge, New York.

443 EXTERIOR OF SAMOAN— WORKING HOUSE—


GIRLS WORKING WREATHS. John La Farge,
New York.

444 INTERIOR SAMOAN GUEST HOUSE— GIRLS


MAKING WREA THS. John La Farge, New York.

445 THE HUTS AT END OF VILLAGE OF MATA-


HULA, FIJI — SUNRISE— FOG BLOWING
THROUGH. John La Farge, New York.

446 MURAL DECORATIONS, CHANCEL OF CHRIST


CHURCH, SAVANNAH. GA. Drawn by H. F.
Bryant, Jr. L. Haberstroh & Son, Boston, Mass.

447 SKETCH FOR THEATER CURTAIN, ARRANGE


MENT FROM ANTIQUE. By John La Farge,
New York.

448 STUDY FOR ANGEL. Loaned by Russell Sturgis.


By John La Farge, New York.

449 SKETCH FOR SOUTHWORTH MEMORIAL


WINDOW, IN THE CHURCH OF THE ASCEN
SION, NEW YORK. By John La Farge, New
York.
450 STUDY FOR ANGEL, PAINTING FOR CHURCH
OF THE ASCENSION. By John La Farge.

451 WATER COLOR. EXTERIOR OF SAMOAN WORK


ING HOUSE. John La Farge, New York.

452 MOUNTAIN HUTS IN VILLAGE OF NASOGO,


FIJI. John La Farge, New York.

453 DRAWING, ENTRANCE TO THE STEPS LEADING


TO TOMB OF SHOGUN IZEYAS, MIKO JAPAN.
By John La Farge, New York.

454 STUDY OF FLOWERS. By John La Farge, New


York.
455 IN FRONT OF MY SLEEPING HOUSE AT VAIALA.
SAMOA. John La Farge, New York.

456 SMALL MOUNTAIN HUT IN FIJI. John La Farge,


New York.

457 THE HUTS AT END OF VILLAGE OF MATA-


KULA, FIJI, AT DAWN. John La Farge, New
York.

458 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD


CHURCH NEAR CADIZ, SPAIN. Loaned by
Stanford White.

459 THE HARVEST MOON. J. Carrol Beckwith, Artist.

460 SAINT CECILIA. Elihu Vedder, Artist. Loaned by


Mrs. Rondebush, New York.

461 "THE GOLDEN AGE." John La Farge, Artist.


Loaned by Otto Heinigke.

462 OLD BRASERO OF HAMMERED BRASS, WITH


PERFORATED COVER. FEET SHAPE OF
SWAN'S HEAD. Exhibited by Alexander W.
Drake, New York.

463 OLD DUTCH MILK CAN. Exhibited by Alexander


W. Drake, New York.
464 OLD DUTCH MILK CAN. Exhibited by Alexander
W. Drake, New York.

465 BRASS SPADULA FOR STIRRING EMBERS. Ex


hibited by Alexander W. Drake, New York.

466, 467, 468, 469 BRASS WATER CUPS— TANGIER,


AFRICA. Exhibited by Alexander W. Drake, New
York.
470 BRASS SPADULA FOR STIRRING EMBERS. Ex
hibited by Alexander W. Drake, New York.

471 VENETIAN WEDDING CHEST, SIXTEENTH


CENTURY. Exhibited by Alexander W. Drake
New York.

472 OLD SPANISH BRASS LAMP, WITH SNUFFERS,


PINCHERS, REFLECTOR, ETC., ATTACHED,
GRANADA, SPAIN. Exhibited by Alex. W.
Drake, New York.

473 OLD HAMMERED COPPER WATER JAR, USED


BY CARRIERS IN ALGIERS. Exhibited by
Alex. W. Drake, New York.

474 OLD BRASERO WITH CLAW FEET. Hammered


Brass. Cover with Intended Wreaths and Orna
mental Perforations. Small Spadula, with Bowl in
the Shape of Shell, for Stirring Embers, Madrid,
Spain. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

475 SMALL BRASS HAND BRASERO, SALAMANCA,


SPAIN. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.
476 ANTIQUE MOORISH MOSQUE LAMP FOR BURN
ING OIL, TUNIS, AFRICA. Exhibited by Alex.
W. Drake, New York.

477 OLD DUTCH CANDLESTICK, BRASS, WITH


BASE OF WOOD. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake,
New York.

478 SMALL BRASS ITALIAN LAMP. Exhibited by


Alex. W. Drake, New York.

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479 OLD ENGLISH COPPER PITCHER, WITH LID
'
Exhibited by Alex. W Drake, New York.

480 OLD GERMAN FOOT STOVE OF COPPER AND


BRASS, WITH OPEN WORK CREST, DATED
1780. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

481 OLD GERMAN BRASS FOOT STOVE, PERFOR


ATED DESIGN. INSCRIPTION, " HINDER
JETTA WOFEMAUS, 1748." Exhibited by Alex.
W. Drake, New York.

482 OLD GERMAN BEER TANKARD, HAMMERED


COPPER. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New
York.

483 SMALL COPPER VESSEL FOR HOLDING


WATER, COVER ATTACHED BY A CHAIN.
MADRID, SPAIN. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake,
New York.

484 SMALL OF HAMMERED COPPER,


BRASERO
WITH ORNAMENTAL HANDLES, WITH
SPADULA FOR STIRRING EMBERS— SALA
MANCA, SPAIN. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake,
New York.

485 SMALL BRASERO OF HAMMERED COPPER,


WITH ORNAMENTAL HANDLES, WITH
SPADULA FOR STIRRING EMBERS— SALA
MANCA, SPAIN. Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake,
New York.

486 ITALIAN COPPER VESSEL WITH COVER, FOR


CARRYING WATER — REPOUSSE WORK.
Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

487 OLD SPANISH WATER JAR, WITH COVER AT


TACHED. HAMMERED COPPER. MOUNTED
ON A WOODEN BASE. SEGOVIA, SPAIN.
Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, STew York.

■1
488 OLD DUTCH MILK CAN— DORDRECHT HOL
LAND. Exhibited by Alexander W. Drake, New
York.

489 OLD GERMAN VESSEL FOR CARRYING


GRAPES — HAMMERED COPPER — NUREM
BERG. Exhibited by Alexander W. Drake, New
York.

490 HAMMERED COPPER BRASERO, WITH ORNA


MENTAL HANDLES, SHELL DESIGN— MAD
RID, SPAIN. Exhibited by Alexander W. Drake,
New York.

491 HAMMERED COPPER BRASERO, WITH ORNA


MENTAL HANDLES, SHELL DESIGN— MAD
RID, SPAIN. Exhibited by Alexander W. Drake,
New York.

492 OLD GERMAN BRASS PLAQUE, SHOWING FIG


URES OF ADAM AND EVE IN THE GARDEN,
WITH SERPENT IN TREE. Exhibited by Alex
ander W. Drake, New York.

493 BRASERO OF HAMMERED COPPER, showing orna


mental design (Seville, Spain.) Exhibited by Alex.
W. Drake, New York.

494 OLD BRASS PLAQUE, showing baptism scene


(Flem
ish). Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

495 OLD RUSSIAN BRASS SCONCE, REPOUSSE.


Candle sockets and arms, modern. Exhibited by
Alex. W. Drake, New York.

496 OLD GERMAN BRASS PLAQUE, showing figures of


Adam and Eve in the garden, with serpent in tree.
Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

497 BRASERO OF HAMMERED COPPER, with peculiar


handles (Madrid, Spain). Exhibited by Alex. W.
Drake, New York.

«5
498 LARGE HAMMERED BRASS BRAZERO, in the
shape of a pan, with ornamental handles (Madrid,
Spain.) Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

499 BRAZERO OF HAMMERED COPPER, ornamental


handles, with shell design (Madrid, Spain). Exhib
ited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

500 OLD SPANISH JAR, made of hammered copper; neck


and slightly ornamented (Madrid, Spain).
handles
Exhibited by Alex. W. Drake, New York.

501 CHINESE GOD. Drawing from old book sold in Lon


don in 1798 to Mr. Wm. Beckford, for Arty. Painted
by Pi-on-Qua. Loaned by S. P. Avery, Jr.

502 CHINESE GOD. (Same Artist, as before.) Loaned


by S. P. Avery, Jr.
503 CHINESE GOD. Painted by same person. Loaned
by S. P. Avery, Jr.

504 WEDDING CHEST IN SYCAMORE. Designed and


painted by Edward Hamilton Bell. Loaned by Mrs.
Henry Wharton, Jr.
505 PORTRAIT— BASS RELIEF. Augustus St. Gaudens,
Sculptor. Loaned by Stanford White.

506 DECORATIVE PANEL, CARVED IN SATIN


WOOD. Sculptor, M. Schwarzott.

507 CHINESE DEMON. Painted by Pi-on-Qua. Loaned


by S. P. Avery, Jr.

508 CHINESE GOD. Pi-on-Qua, Artist. Loaned by S. P.


Avery, Jr.
509 "HYMEN." T. W. Dewing, Artist. Loaned by Stan
ford White.

510 PEGASUS VISITING THE MUSES. Albert P. Ryder,


Artist. Loaned by Stanford White.
511 THE CUP OF LOVE. Elihu Vedder, Artist. Loaned
by Harold G. Henderson.

512 CARVED AND GILDED COLUMN, FROM OLD


CHURCH, NEAR CADIZ, SPAIN. Loaned by
Stanford White.

513 WROUGHT IRON BRACKET, LOUIS XV. Loaned


by H. O. Watson. Price, $150.

514 CARTOON FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW, IN


HOUSE OF W. T. EVANS, ESQ. Will H. Low,
Artist.

515 SKETCH FOR DECORATION. T. W. Dewing,


Artist. Loaned by John Gellatly.

516 PANEL — ITALIAN, SIXTEENTH CENTURY.


Mrs. Shaw, New York.

517 DOOR KNOCKER— "THE LISTENING BEAR."


T. Bauer, Sculptor. Loaned by C. L. Freer, Detroit,
Mich.

518 WROUGHT IRON BRACKET, LOUIS XV. Loaned


by H. O. Watson. Price, $150.

519 CARVED ALTAR COLUMN, SEVENTEENTH


CENTURY, FROM CHURCH NEAR CADIZ,
SPAIN. Loaned by John Chadwick, New York.

520 AGNUS DEI (SYMBOL) MARBLE MOSAIC. Exe


cuted by J. & R. Lamb. Designed by C. R. Lamb.

521 PERFORATED AND BEATEN OVERLAY OF


SHEET BRASS (PIN OAK.) Baynes Tracery and
Mosaic Company.

522 ETCHED CUT BRASS INLAID IN MARBLE.


Baynes Tracery and Mosaic Company.

523 ETCHED AND PERFORATED BRASS, INLAID IN


MARBLE. Baynes Tracery and Mosaic Company.

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524 MARBLE WITH ETCHED CEMENT LINES
Baynes Tracery and Mosaic Company.

525 INCASED AND PERFORATED BRASS SCREEN.


Baynes Tracery and Mosaic Company.

526 INCASED AND PERFORATED BRASS SCREEN


Baynes Tracery and Mosaic Company.

527 GOTHIC FINIAL. Exhibited by John Williams, New


York.

528 HEBE. J. Wells Champney, Artist, New York. Price,


$300.

529 DINING ROOM CHIMNEY PANEL, "AN AU


TUMNAL FEAST," BURNT WOOD. J. William
Fosdick, New York.

530 GLORIFICATION OF ART— WORLD'S COLUM


BIAN EXPOSITION, ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING. R. M. Hunt, Architect. Carl Bitter,
Sculptor.

531 BROCADE AND SILVER CLOTH. Loaned by the


Associated Artists, 115 West Twenty-third Street.

532 GLORIFICATION OF WAR— WORLD'S COLUM


BIAN EXPOSITION, ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING. R. M. Hunt, Architect. Carl Bitter,
Sculptor.

533 PORTION OF BRONZE CORNICE, BOSTON PUB


LIC LIBRARY. Made by Jno. Williams. McKim,
Mead & White.

534 NEPTUNE VASE. Domingo Mora, Sculptor. Loaned


by Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Company.

535 ABUNDANTIA— WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSI


TION, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. R. M.
Hunt, Architect. Carl Bitter, Sculptor.

63
536 PORTRAIT MEDALLION OF RICHARD M. HUNT,
Carl Bitter, Sculptor.

537 GLORIFICATION OF SCIENCE— WORLD'S CO


LUMBIAN EXPOSITION, ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING. R. M. Hunt, Architect. Carl Bitter,
Sculptor.

538 SKETCH FOR A MEMORIAL WINDOW AT


QUINCY, MASS. By John LaFarge, New York.

539 PANEL— ITALIAN, SIXTEENTH CENTURY. Mrs.


Shaw, New York.
CARTOONS FOR MURPHY WINDOW, ST. PAUL'S, NEWARK, NJ.
DESIGNED BY WALTER CRANE. DRAWN BY FREDERICK 8. LAMB.
WROUGHT IRON ELECTROLIER.
FIRST MENTION, N. Y. SKETCH CLU3. DESIGNEDBY ADDISON JOHNSON.
FIFTH ANNUAL COMPETITION

Gold and Silver Medals,

OF

The Architectural League.

Open to Draughtsmen under twenty-five years.

Subject: TOWN HALL,


For a town of about 20,000 inhabitants.

GOLD MEDAL, 1891— Awarded to

S. STEVENS HASKELL, No. 10 West a3D ST., New York.

SILVER MEDAL, 1891— Awarded to

LOUIS G. D1TTOE, Hulbert Block, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Thirty-two Drawings submitted in Competition.

Committee on Competitions and Awards:

William A Coffin, Chairman.


E. K. Rossiter, Edward H. Kendall,
Thomas Hastings, Will H. Low.
COMPETITIVE SKETCH FOR THE CATHEDFAL OF ST. JOHN THE DIVINE. GEORGEMARTIN Hubs, JOHN HENRY BUCK, ASSOCIATEARCHITECTS.

CLARENCE S. LUCE, ARCHITECT.


ILLUSTRATIONS.
M
DOORWAY WITH GRILLES. CHARLES T. MOTT, ARCHITECT.
THE AMES MILIUM;, BOSTON. SHEPLEY, RL'TAN & COOLIDGE, ARCHITECTS.
I

I
THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. BUILDING AT NEWARK, N. J. GEO. B. POST, ARCHITECT.
ENTRANCE TO HOUSES ON TWENTY-SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA. WILSON EYRE, JR., ARCHITECT.
FULTON STREET ELEVATION "MAIL AND EXPRESS" BUILDINCi. CARKERE 4 HASTINGS, ARCHITECTS,
-
MOSAIC IN ST. MARK'S CHURCH, JOHNSTOWN, PA.

DESIGNED BY J. * K. LAMB.
V
THE DECKER BUILDING, AT ORANGE, N. J.
ALFRED H. THORP, WILBUR S. KNOWLES, ARCHITECTS.
ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE
DIRECTORY
AND

REFERENCE BOOK

Architectural League [Directory


INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.

Aeschlimann & Pellarin, 12. Edison Electric Illuminating


Alsen's Portland Cement, 64. Co., 75.
Althause, S. B. & Co., 19. Edison General Electric Co., 2d
Archer & Pancoast Mfg. Co., 17.- page after cover.
Architecture & Building, 34. Ellin, Kitson & Co., 60.
Arnold & Locke, 42. Engineering Press, The, 61.
Atlas Iron Construction Co., 44. Engineering Record, The, 51.
Baker, Smith & Co., 43. Fisher. Robert C. & Co., 52.
Bartholomae & Co., H., 69. Gehlen, F. & Sons, 54.
Batterson, See & Eisele, 58. Gilbert & Barker Mfg. Co., 16.
Bodkin, J. S., 2. Grooved Plaster Slab Mfg. Co.,
Bramhall, Deane & Co., 7. The, 50.
Bridgeport Wood Finishing Co., Guastavino Fireproof Construc
2d page of cover. tion Co., 67.
Brooks, Shoobridge & Co., 28. Hagan & Shaw, 27.
Brown, George & Co., 56. Hamilton, John L. & Sons, 54.
Burger, George, 24. Hecla Architectural Bronze &
Cabot, Samuel, 5. Iron works, 32.
Cabot, Samuel, 35. Hedden & Sons, V. J., 40.
Chicago Hardware Mfg Co., 71. Heinigke & Bowen, I.
Clark, S. & A.. 36. Hendrickson, I. C., 37.
Colegate, Edward, 45. Henry, M. C. & Co., 24.
Cooper, Hewitt, & Co., 30. Herter Bros., 7.
Conduit Wiring Co., The, 50. Hcuser & Hausleiter, 31.
Conover, & Co., J. S., 10. Hitchings & Co., 2o.
Dabelstein & Johansmeyer, 1S. Hoe's, James C., Sons, 27.
Davidson Son's Marble Co., 6. Hyslop, John, £S.
Delmonico, L. Crist, 3d page of Interior Conduit & Insulation
cover. Co., 43.
Devoe & Co.. F. W., 76. Jackson, Wm. H. & Co., 52.
Dietz, Rockett & Co., 37. Jeans & Taylor, 25.
Dimond's Architectural Iron Johnson & Faulkner, 57.
Works, 23. Karr, C. Powell, 32.
Duparquct, Huot & Moneuse Kimbel & Sons, A., 30.
Co., 26. King & Co., J. B., 65.
Elterich Art Tile Co., 73, Kirtland, Andrews & Co., 23.
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS-CONTINUED.

Klaber, A., 45. Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Co. ,11.


Klaber, S. & Co., 28. Photo-Engraving Co., 42.
Knight. T. H., 69 Plenty Horticultural Works, 73
Knight & Son, J. N., 36. Post & McCord, 13.
Krumscheid, Ant., 39. Power, Maurice J., 44.
Lamb, J. & R., 3. Prince & Muir, 56.
Langill, C. C., 47. Renehan, John, 74.
Lewinson & Just, 72. Richardson & Boynton Co., 14.
Linde, William, n. Rock Plaster Co., 3d page cover.
Lorillard Refrigerator Co., 20. Roebling's Sons Co., John A., 41.
Luetke & Winans, 46. Russell & Erwin Mfg. Co., 4.
McHugh, Joseph P. & Co.,'13. Rutzier, E., 38.
Maitland, Armstrong & Co., 18. Ryan & Holmes, 12.
Mandeville, H. & Son, 11. Sayre & Fisher Co., 60.
Masury, John W. & Son, 48. Schaettler, F., 70.
Meeker & Co., 34. Schumacher, F., 22.
Meyer-Sniffen Co., The, 9. Sinclair & Co., James, 33.
Moffat, Frank D. & Co., 2. Smith & Egge Mfg. Co., The, 8.
Montross, N. E\ 22. Soltmann, E. G., 24.
Morrison, J. & J., 18. Spadone & Cabaret, 44.
Mott Iron Works, The J. L., 59. Stearns Lumber Co., The A. T.,42.
Murtaugh, James, 37. Stewart Ceramic Co., 25.
Mycenian Marble Co., The, 29. Ticknor & Co., 55.
Napier, Arthur Howell, 32. Tiffany Glass Co., 15.
National Meter Co., 49. Tucker, John J., 36.
Nevius & Haviland, ist page United States Mineral Wool Co., 6.
after cover. Waring Sewer Pipe Co., 31.
New England Monument Co., 21. Weathered's Sons, Thos. W., 10.
New York Anderson Pressed Weeks, Henry C., 39.
Brick Co., 2d page of cover. Weeks & Son, D. C., 66.
Of, Geo. F., 40. Westervelt, A. B. & W. T., 68.
Ortgies & Co. , 26. White, George W., 62 and 63.
Otis Bros. & Co., 4th page over. Williams, John, 4.
Outwater, Edwin, 53. Wills, Charles T., 29.
Passaic Rolling Mill Co., The, 33. Wilmurt, T. A. & Son, 2.
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.

Anaglypta, ist page after cover. Electric Light Wiring, 50.


Architects, 32. Electric Supplies, 2d page after
Architectural Cabinet Work, 30. cover.
Architectural Woodwork, 37, 39. Elevators, 4th page cover.
Art Galleries, 26. Engraving, 42.
Artists' Materials, 22. Freestone Workers, 33.

Auctioneers, 26. Fine Art Foundries. 44.


Brass Work, 44, 68. Fireplaces, 10, 23, 52.

Bricks, 37, to, 2(1 page cover. Fire-Proof Construction, 67.


Bridge Work, 40. Furnaces, 58.
Bronze Work, 32, 44. Furniture, 39.
Builders, 11, 24, 25, 27, 29, 36, Gas Fixtures, 17.

39. 4o, 53. 54. 66- Gas Machines, 16.

Builders' Hardware, 4. Gas Pumping Engines, 49.


Building Stones, 62, 63. Glass Stainers, 1.
Cabinet Work, 30, 34, 54, 70. Granite Work, 52, 58.

Carpenters and Builders, 11, 24, Hardware, 71.

27. Hardwood Workers, 53, 56.


Cement, 28, 64, 65. Horticultural Architects, 20.
Ceramics, 25. Hot Water Heating, 10, 14, 20, 43

Civil Engineers, 13. 32, 72. Interior Conduits, 43, 50.


Conduits, 43, 50. Interior Decorations. 1,7,11, 18,

Contractors, 13, 44, 56, 72. 27, 28, 29, 32, 34, 54, s6.57.69.70.

Cooking Apparatus, 7, 26. Iron and Steel, 2, 30, 33.

Creosote Shingle Stains, 5, 35. Iron Beams, 2, 30, 33.

Cut Stone, 56. Iron Work, 4, 13, 19, 23, 30, 32,

Decorative Paintings, 18. 33. 44. 46. 68.


Decorative Work, 18, 42. Lathing, 41.
Drawing Materials, 24. Lumber, 42.
Dumb Waiters, 37. Marble Mosaics, 12.

Electric Fixtures, 17. Marble Work, 6, 28, 29, 33. 45,

Electric Illuminating, 75. 52. 53.


INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS— CONTINUED.

Masons, 36, 66. Refrigerators, 20.

Metal Workers, 17. Sanitary Engineer, 32.


Mineral Wool, 6. Sash Chains, 8.
Models, 18, 44. Sculptors, 60.
Monuments, 21. Sewer Pipe, 31.
Mosaics, 3, 6, 12. Skylights, 73.
Onyx, 28, 45, 58. Stained Glass, 15, 18. 27, 31, 42,
Painters, 18. 45.
Painters' Materials, 22, 76. Steam Heating Apparatus, 38,

Paintings, 3d page cover. 43-


Paints, 48, 76. Stone Works, 24.
Photo-Engraving, 42. Terra Cotta, 11.

Photographers, 47. Tiles, 52, 73.


Picture Frames, 2, 40. Upholstery, 22, 27.

Plaster, 3d page cover. Urns, 21.

Plaster Slabs, 50. Varnishes, 48, 76.

Plumbing and Gas Fitting, 2, 12, Wall Papers. 13, 69.

36, 69, 74. Wash Tubs, M.


Plumbers' Supplies, 9, 59. Water Meters, 49.
Printers, 61. Wire Lathing, 41.
Publications, 34, 51, 55. Woodfiller, 2d page cover.
Pumping Engines, 49. Wood Mantels, 23, 34.
Ranges, 7, 26. Wood Stains, 5, 35, 48, 76.
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Water Colors, Engravings, and Photographs Mounted and


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v
Q We manufacture with Single or Double
Square Grooves, moving on Steel Axles, in
Iron and Real Bronze, the Double Grooved for two Strands of chain
side by side, and Balancing Fixtures dividing equally between the
chains the weight to be carried, for Very Heavy Weights and Sashes.
We also manufacture

J W c. TT
"TP " and Double Acting Spring Butts
E, VV "P 1 1 in SinSle Iron and Real Bronze A11 0f the above
goods are suitable and desirable for nice buildings. Try them, and
you will not be disappointed; they are in large use in all sections of
the country.

The Smith & Egge Manufacturing Co.,


BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
A Fact Worth Considering.

MEYER-SNIFFEN CO., the manufacturers of


THEfine Plumbing Materials, have recently issued a costly

catalogue, illustrating, so far as possible, the mechanical and


structural details of their various manufactures. They point
out the fact that no illustrations, however skillfully the
engraver's and printer's art may be employed, can adequately
indicate the advantages of fine workmanship in every detail
and part of a sanitary appliance; yet this careful workmanship
is of the utmost importance to secure the satisfactory working
of any apparatus, and it is the attention and labor expended
on every detail of their various specialties that has secured
for their manufactures the reputation they have acquired.
Besides, it justifies them in guaranteeing to keep their goods
in repair for three years, free of charge, in New York and
vicinity. The economy and satisfaction to a house owner of
having such goods will be obvious. Their showrooms are
well worth a visit.

NEW YORK, 46 AND 48 CLIFF STREET.


branch showkooms:
1 Pemberton Square, Boston.
1031 Walnut Street,
Philadelphia.
ESTABLISHED 45 YEARS.

Thos. IV. Weathereds Sons,


Successors to THOS. W . WEATHERED,

HOT WATER
HEATING APPARATUS.
CONTRACTORS
For Heating Residences and Public Buildings.

Heating and Ventilating Apparatus


for Greenhouses and Conservatories.
architects' specifications solicited.

46 and 48 Marion Street, NEW YORK.

Artistic Fireplaces
The manufacture of Fireplaces is an Art with Us.
RICH AND ELABORATE DESIGNS IN

OPEN FIREPLACES, WOOD MANTELS,


HEARTHS, FACINGS, Etc.,
Of the periods of the Empire, the Louis', the Romanesque,
the Byzantine, the Colonial and the Renaissance, in all
suitable materials.

"
D RASS predominates, but there are handsome effects in Gold, Silver, Copper,
Bronze and Black Wrought Iron. The color and material are chosen to
harmonize with the style of the period .

The Oldest, Largest and Best Known Establishment


of the kind in America.

J. S. CO N O VE R & CO.,
28 -30 West 2 3D Street.
Factory and Foundry: 526, 528 and 530 West 25th Street.

It ■
Perth Am&oy Terra Cotta C0..
No. 1 60 BROADWAY,

NEW YORK.

ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA,

POMPEIIAN BRICK,

BUFF AND COLORED BRICK.

WILLIAM LINDE,
Interior v Decorations.
Plain Painting in all its Branches.
Free Hand Relief a Specialty.

Office, 907 Sixth Ave,, bet, 51st and 52^ Sts , N. Y.

H. MANDEVILLE & SON,

Carpenters and Builders,


MANUFACTURERS OF

FINE CABINET WORK.


243, 245, 247 & 249 West 47T11 St.,
Office 247 West 47th Street, NEW YORK.
RYAN & HOLMES,
PRACTICAL

Plumbers and Gasfitters,

40 East 43d Street,


Near Madison Avenue, NEW YORK.

i/lll Orders Promptly Attended to.

Sanitary T lumbing a Specialty,

ROMAN and VENETIAN


MARBLE MOSAIC
FOR WALLS, CEILINGS, FACINGS,
HEARTHS AND FLOORING,
ALSO VENETIAN ENAMELS FOR
DECORATIONS.
AESCHLIMANN & PELLARIN,
NO. 231 EAST 28TH STREET,
Near Third Avenue, NEW YORK.

1?
Joseph P. McHugh & Co.'s

Wall Papers. :: ::
"Their colors are true, their
lines are beautiful, their prices
are moderate, their variety is
large."

3 & 5 West 42d St. ( Fifth )

Andrew J. Post. William H. McCord.

POST & McCORD,


102 Broadway, New York.

Civil ngineers | Contractors in Iron


Works: Brooklyn, B. D.
Railway and Highway Bridges, Turntables, Roots and Structural
Iron Work of every description.

ORIGINAL DESIGNS FURNISHED IF DESIRED.

REFERENCES :
Office BuildingS.— Consolidated Stockand Petroleum Exchange; Standard
Oil Co., 24 Broadway; Western Electric Co., Thames and Greenwich Sts.; West
ern Union Tel. Co., 33d St. and 5th Ave. ; Commercial Union Assurance Co.; U.S.
Army Building, Whitehall, Pearl and Water Sts.; Gallatin National Bank, 36
Wall St.; 737 Broadway; Morse Building, Beekman and Nassau Sts.; Welles
Building, 18 Broadway; Corbin Building, Broadway and John St. ; Temple Court.
Miscellaneous — Grand Central Depot and Car shed Extension, 43d St.,
Central R. R.of N. J., Depot and Train Shed, J. C.; 8th Reg. Armory; 3d and oth
Ave. Elevated Stations; Trenton. N. J., State Capitol; Fall River, Mass., City
Hall Tower and Roof; N. Y. Athletic Club House,55th St.and 6th Ave.; Wallack's
and Windsor Theatres; Casino; Presbvterian Hospital Buildings; Homeopathic
Hospital, American Bank Note Co., Trinity Place.
Apartment Houses.— Dakota, Tad and 73d Sts. and 8th Ave.; Chelsea, 222
West. 23d St.; Knickerbocker, 28th St. and 5th Ave.; Yosemite, 6zd St. and Park
Ave.; Randolph, 12 West 18th St.; 121 Madison A ve.; 80 Madison Ave.; Apartment
House of Hon. Levi P. Morton, Washington; Madrid, Lisbon, Cordova, Bar
celona, Granada, Salamanca, Valencia, Tolosa (Central Park Apartments' 58th
and 59th Sts. and 7th Ave. Telephone "1819 Cortlandt."
HOT.WATER SYSTEM
of
HEATING w,ththe
PERFECT" Trade Mark.

HOT.WATER
HE A TERS
NOTE.
More of these Heaters are in actual
and successful use in large buildings
than of any other make.
SECTIONAL VIEW.

We invite fullest investigation of ARCHITECTS as


the

to the successful operation of these "PERFECT" Hot-Water


Heaters in actual use, either in Public or Private Buildings.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.

ALSO

"PERFECT STEAM BOILERS.


Warm A'r Heaters ar)d Cooking Ranges.

RICHARDSON & BOYNTON CO.,


SOLE MANUFACTURERS,

No. 232 and 234 WATER STREET,


Same address as for the past ilj
IN E W Vodv
83 years. YORK.
Chicago House, 84 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO.
Established 1837.

14
(pi
The Tiffany
Glass Company.
Memorial Windows
AND

Colored Glass FOR

CHURCHES AND DWELLINGS.

STAINED GLASS,

MOSAIC GLASS, WROUGHT GLASS.

333-335 Fourth Avenue,

NEW YORK.
This Burner consumes 4 cubic feet per hour of Standard Gas
of 20 candle power.

Gas flame as produced by the


SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE,
with latest improvements-

GILBERT & BARKER MFG. CO.,


90 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK.
-6
Gas, Electric,
AND

Combination Gas and Electric

FIXTURES.

LAMPS AND BRONZES.

Fine Metal Workers


IN

Brass and iron.

ARCHER & PANCOAST fftFG Co.


SALESROOMS :

Nos. 898 and 900 BROADWAY,

NEW YORK.
Telephone Call with.
J. & J. MORRISON,
Plain and Decorative Plastering.
ARTISTIC
Models AND Decorations
IN

PLASTER, PAPIER MACHE


AND COMPOSITION.

MODELS
Made for Bronze, Wood, Brass, Stone, Etc., in an Artistic Manner.

Manufacturers of Patent Fire Proof Plastering.

231, 233 & 235 East Forty-Second Street, and

234, 236 & 238 East Forty-Third Street,


(Two Blocks East of Grand Central Depot)

Jas. Morrison. Jr. NEW YORK. John Morrison.

Henry P. Dahei-stein. Theo. C. Johansmever.

DABELSTEIN & JOHANSMEYER,

DECORATIVE PAINTERS.
artistic relief, fine wall hangings.
345 Columbus (9th) Avenue,
Near 76th Street, NEW YORK.
Telephone Call " 1088 38M Street."

MAITLAND ARMSTRONG. E. C. LARNED.

Maitland Armstrong & Co.,


STAINED GLASS and DECORATIVE WORK.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
CLAYTON & BELL, GLASS STAINERS,
LONDON.
61 WASHINGTON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK.
Interior Decoration and Work in American Mosaic Glass from the designs of
Mr. Armstrong. English Painted Glass from the designs of Messrs. CLAY
TON & BELL.

18
ALTHAUSE
IRON WORKS.
S. B. Althause & Co.,
(THE OLDEST HOUSE IN AMERICA IN THE TRADE)

ioi and 103 THOMPSON STREET,

Near Prince Street,

ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH ALL VARIETIES OF

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL

Wrought and Cast

IRON WORK
REQUIRED FOR ARCHITECTURAL
and OTHER PURPOSES,

In the Test and most Workmanlike manner,


with Promptness, and at Reasonable 'Rates.
The Lorillard Refrigerator Co.,
1168 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Refrigerators

for all purposes.


Built to suit spe
cial spaces, and
adapted to meet
every require
ment.

Drawings and Es
timates furnished on
application, without
charge.

SEND FOR
CATALOGUE.

This cut represents our Refrigerator, specially adapted for Butlers' Pantries.

HITCHINGS & CO.,


ESTABLISHED 1 844,

H eating by Hot \Yater Only,


DWELLINGS, HOSPITALS, CHURCHES
and PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
■ALSO-

pfoRTICULTURAL ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS-


Heating and Ventilating Apparatus
: : for Greenhouses, Conservatories, Src.

HITCHINGS & CO.,


233 Mercer Street, New York.
* MEMORIALS #
GRANITE ' ' ' ' STEL/E•
MARBLE ' ' ♦ ' 5TATVE5 •
'BRONZE ' ' ' o TABLETS.

•CINERARY URWS •

' CIPPI '


' CENOTAPHS '

ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION

a .1 go

NEW ENGLAND MONUMENT CO.


1 321 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
OPPOSITE DODOE MONUMENT.
F. SCHUMACHER,
IM PORTER OF

Choice Upholstery,
FABRICS, SILKS,

Reproductions of Ancient Stuffs from the " Musée


"
de Lyon and others.

Aubusson and Savonnerie Tapestries, etc.

PARIS, NEW YORK,

37 Rue Lafayette. 935 Broadway, cor. 22d St.

ESTABLISHED 1870.

N. E. MONTROSS,

Artists' and painters' Д/Jaterials.

DECORATORS' FINE COLORS.

BRUSHES, BRONZES, VARNISHES,

WHITING, CLUE and SUNDRIES.

1380 Broadway, New York.


22
ESTABLISHED 1852.

DIMOND'S
ARCHITECTURAL

IRON WORKS,
West 33D Street, near утн Avenue,
NEW YORK.
ALL KINDS OF IRON WORK FOR BUILDINGS.
REFERENCES :

GEO. M. HUSS, WM. H. RUSSELL,


C. C. HAIGHT, GEO. B. POST,
RENWTCK.ASPINWALL&RENWICK, H. J. HARDENBERGH.
D. & J. JARDINE, J.H.DUNCAN,
BRUCE PRICE, J. B. SNOOK & SONS,
W. B. TUTHILL, J. C. CADY & CO.
BERG & CLARK.

«Tilirvg*

-maw эФегС^Г1ге«ГКсе)-

-
46 &48 -Union -S4: aTir^V- New York»
M. C. HENRY. JOHN GAYNOR.

M. C. Henry & Co.,

Steam Stone Works,


79TH STREET AND AVENUE A,

Box 120, Mechanics' and Traders' Exchange, 14


Vesey Street,

NEW YORK.

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING STONE.

George Burger,
CARPENTER and BUILDER,
MAMARONECK, NEW YORK.

Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Promptly Attended To.

E. G. SO LT MANN,
(Established 1880)

Drawing Materials,
"SUN PRINTS" Tracings Copied by VARIOUS PROCESSES.

119 Fulton Street, New York.

Tracings may be left at " Sun Printing " Department, 307, 309, 311 E. 53d St.
J312 PEARL.ST-. HEW YOR1
I ONLY MANUFACTURERS
IN THE WORLD OF
10RAHAN-50UID "WHITE.CROCKERY-STATIONAHt?

^Without h rival, and pronounced by 6.l1 to be the only


JPerfect Sanitary Tubs in Existence. Also Solid ,
sWhite Crockery Sinks. comprising Butlers Pantry!
Slop and Kitchen Sinks. made of same material as
the Tubs and fully as strong. Send forl2 £>e>.c>ecl
I Illustrated Ca.ta.lo^ue and Price List.

Jeans & Taylor,


Builders,
No. 103 South Fifth Avenue,
NEW YORK.

35
Elie J. Moneuse, President. Pierre Huot, Vice-President.

ESTABLISHED 1852. INCORPORATED 1888.

DUPARQUET, HUOT & MONEUSE Co.,


MANUFACTURERS OF

French Cooking Ranges


For GAS, COAL and WOOD,
AND

COOKING APPARATUS
For Hotels, Institutions and Private Families.

43 and AS WOOSTER STREET,

New York.

Fifth Avenue Art Galleries,


366 & 368 FIFTH AVENUE,

New York.

ORTGIES & CO.,

ART AUCTIONEERS.
/"\UR Galleries are specially arranged for the exhibition of
Paintings, Statuary and other Art Work, and in con
venience of access, size and fitness are unsurpassed by any in

the country.
HAGAN & SHAW,
LATE OF

C. H. GEORGE & CO.,


IMPORTERS OF

Paper Hangings, Curtain and Upholstery


(Materials.
INTERIOR WOODWORK, FURNITURE AND STAINED
GLASS FROM SPECIAL DESIGNS.

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.

125 Fifth Avenue, New York


igth and 20th Streets.

JAMES C. HOE'S SONS,

Carpenters and Builders,


OFFICE : 10 LIBERTY PLACE,
Near Maiden Lane.

Steam Factory, Lumber Yards,


50, 52, 54 and 56 Gansevoort St. 831 Greenwich St.

NEW YORK.

'7
Brooks, Shoobridge & Co.,

MANUFACTURERS

English Portland Cement.

GRAYS, ESSEX, ENGLAND.

7 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.


Established 1849.

5. KLABER & CO.,


47 West 42D Street, New York.
Importers of and Workers in
4
Rich Marbles
AND

Mexican Onyx,
Architectural
and Ornamental

Bronze Work,
Interior Decoration in Mar
ble, Onyx and Bronze.

FOUNDRY AND WORKS:


Carlstadt, N. J., and 58 W.
43d Street, N. Y.
DECORATIVE ART JVIARBLES.

THEMYCENIAN MARBLE COMPANY,


MANUFACTURERS OF

(MARBLES FOR DECORATING INTERIORS.


ANY MARBLE CAN BE IMITATED.

Examples of our work can be seen in the


Equitable Building, Hotel Imperial,
Columbia Building, The Grosvenor,
Delmonico's, The Nevada,
Garden Theater,
and numerous other buildings, public and private, in New York and other
cities.

BSTI.VA TES CHBERFULL Y FURNISHED.

OFFICES AND WORKS:


Nos. 525 to 533 West 59TH Street,
QXew York City.

CHARLES T. WILLS,
BUILDER,
No. 10 West 23D Street, New York City.
References to Buildings :
Palermo, Gorham.
American Bank Note Building. Clark's Mile End Thread Factory.
Huyler's Candy Factory. C. P. N. & E. R. R. Car Stables.
Gen. U. S. Grant's House. Killiaen Van Rensselaer's House.
S. E. cor. 66th St. and 5th Ave., two Houses 309 to 117 W. 82d St.
houses. Morgan Hall. Williamstown, Mass.
Five Houses. N. W. cor. 75th St. and " The Yosemite." 6jd St. and 4th Ave.
West End Ave. Apartment House, N. W. cor. of 75th
"The Adelaide," tl6th St. and 4th Ave. St. and 9th Ave.
" Montauk Club House," Brooklyn. Pierce Building, Franklin and Hud-
N. J C. R. R. Co.'s Depot, Jersey son Sts.
City. "The Stagery," for Elliot F. Shep-
N. J. C. R. R. Co.'s Building, Liberty ard, Esq.
and West Sts. All Angels Church, 8ist St. and West
Geo. F. Baker, Esq.'s, House, 756 r.nd End Ave.
258 Madison Ave. St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal
Stamford Presbyterian Church. Church.
Rutgers' Riverside Presb. Church. The Brooklyn Tabernacle, Brooklyn.
The Judson Memorial Church and Mail £r* Express, Fulton St. and B'wy.
Buildings.
References to Architects 1
E. H. Kendall. McKim, Meade & White, A. J. Manning,
I. C. Cady & Co., Berg & Clark, Peabody & Stearns,
E. D. Lindsey, Lamb & Rich, J. B. Snook & Son,
James E. Ware, D. & J. Jardine, F. H. Kilburn,
J H. Duncan, H. Rutgers Marshall, Carrere & Hastings,
Babb, Cook & Willard.
Francis H. Kimball, N. Le firun & Son,
H. J. Hardenbergh, R. H. Robertson,

2';
J N. J. Steel & Iron Co.,
TRENTON, N. J.
]
Iron and Steel Beams,
CHANNELS, ANGLES, TEES,
BRIDGES, ROOFS, Etc.

Cooper, Hewitt & Co.,


NEW YORK.

A KIM BEL & SONS,

Architectural Cabinet Work,


Decorations and Furniture.

FACTORY: 458 & 460 TENTH AVE.


WARE ROOMS: 7 & 9 EAST 20th ST.,

NEW YORK,

Estimates Furnished on designs of Architects for all interior


work.
(Patented, October 7, tiyo.)

A NEW SEWER PIPE AND HOUSE DRAIN.


The invert is laid first, cemented from the inside, inspected and accepted.
Then the covers are put on and made fast.
For Descriptive Circulars, apply to
WARING SEWER PIPE CO., Newport, R. I.

HEUSER & HAUSLEITER,

Stained Glass, Leaded Glass,

Memorial Windows.

217 ATLANTIC AVE., Near Court Street,

BROOKLYN.

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HECLA ARCHITECTURAL BRONZE AND IRON WORKS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS:
216-220 IV. 23d St.,
New York.
WORKS:
N. 10///, nth, 12M,
and Berry Sts. ,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

Architectural
Metal Work
For Buildings,
such as
Stairs, Railings, Gates,
Elevator Cars,
Lamps, Grill Work, Etc.

Ornamental Metal Man


tels, Fireplace Fit-
tings. Urns, Etc.

Among other Finishes the


BOWER-BARFF,
or Rustless Iron Process.

Electroplating in Brass,
Bronze, Nickel, Etc.

Plaques, Etc.,
T
IS* Medallions,
of Galvano-Plastic
Work.

812 Lincoln Building, NEW YORK. 1 Union Square West.

POWELL KARR, C. E.,


C.

Consulting Architect and Engineer


'

IN ALL MATTERS OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.


Plans, Estimates and Specifications prepared for Foundations, Roofs,
Girders, Floors, and Special Structures in
Stone, Iron, Steel or Wood.
Construction Superintended. Heating, Lighting and Ventilation.
Warehouse and Factory Floors examined as to their safe loads, according to the
requirements of the New York Building Law.

Late with New York Health Department.

ARTHUR HOWELL NAPIER, E. M.,

CONSULTING SANITARY ENGINEER,


Lincoln Building, 1 Union Square, W.,
NEW YORK.

Plans and Specifications, and Superintendence of Plumbing and Drainage


Work for new buildings, for Architects or Owners. Examination and report
on old work for Owners, Tenants, or intending purchasers, and supervision of
repairs.
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The Passaic Rolling Mill Company,

PATERSON, N. J.

rolled Steel Beams,


4 TO 20 INCHES DEEP.

Structural Shapes, Steel or Iron.

"Builders of Bridges and Roofs.

New York Office, No. 45 BROADWAY.

James Sinclair & Co.,

Marble and Free ^tone Workers,

413 EAST 29TH STREET, NEW YORK,

Works — Foot East 29th and 30th Streets, N. Y.

Marble Quarry and Works — Tuckahoe, N. Y.


DEVOTED TO

ARCHITECTURE, FURNITURE,
DECORATION and ORNAMENT.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
Subscription, $6.00 Per Year; Copy.
i%c. perSample Free.
WITHOUT DOUBT THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF ITS CI ASS.
WILLIAM T. COMSTOCK, Publisher,
EASTERN OFFICE: WESTERN OFFICE:
Warren Street, Dearborn St. (Owings Bldg.)
III
23 215
New York. Chicago, .

MEEKER & COMPANY,


MANUFACTURERS OF

WOOD MANTELS,
Pine CAB|NET Work,
Hardwood Interiors.

192 MARKET STREET, NEWARK, N. J.

Factory, 12 and 14 Beaver Street.

3*
QHINGLE
CABOT'S
REOSOTE STAINS.
"The Only Exterior Coloring That Does (frÇot Blacken."

PRICES :

40, 50 AND 75 CENTS PER GALLON,


according to color.

THEY WILL NOT GROW CHALKY OR WASH OFF.


THEY CONTAIN NO CHEAPENER OR ADULTERANT.
THEY RETAIN THEIR UNIQUE COLORING EFFECT
INDEFINITELY.
We have issued a series of Water Color reproductions, which
show excellently the soft, harmonious effects which the stains give,
and we think Architects will find them very useful in suggesting
color combinations.
These sketches will be sent to Architects on application, together
with samples on wood, and full information.

SAMUEL CABOT,
Sole Manufacturer,

70 KILBY STREET, BOSTON, MASS.


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Samuel Clark. Alexander Clark.
CLARK, S. & A.
Plumbers and Gas Fitters,
430 FOURTH ¿IVEÜiUE,
NEW YORK.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.

JOHN J. TUCKER. EDWIN TUCKER.

John J Jucker,

MASON and BUILDER,


37 West 12TH Street,

NEW YORK.

Established 1853.

J. N. KNIGHT & SON,


Plumbers and Gas Fitters,
755 Seventh Avenue,
Bet. 49th and 50th Streets, New York.

PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN.


Murtaugh's Standard Dumbwaiters,
MADE ONLY AT

147 East 42d Street, New York.

tW WARRANTED THE BEST IN USE.


Also Hand Hoisting in all its branches Carriage and Safety Invalid
Elevators of the most approved patterns. Our New Automatic Load Sustainer
keeps the load in any position. Also Sole Owner of Seaward's Patent
Automatic Catch for Dining-room Waiters. Repairing or Altering at shortest
notice. Established in 1855. JAMES MURTAUGH.

JOS. P. DIETZ. J ROCKETT

DlETZ, ROCKETT & Co.,


42-50 West 67th Street, New York,
MANUFACTURERS OF

Architectural Woodwork,
DOORS, MANTELS,
Modern and Antique Cabinet Furniture, Grilles and Transoms,

ALSO ALL KINDS OF

Plain and Fancy Turning and Carving.

Refer by permission to Lamb & Rich, Architects, 265 Broadway,


and Rossiter & Wright, Architects, 47 Liberty St.

l. C. HENDRICKSON,
ROOM 24, NO. 337 BROADWAY, COR. PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Sole Agent BURNS, RUSSELL & CO.'S SUPERIOR

Baltimore Red and Buff Press Brick,


AND VARIOUS OTHER ARTISTIC COLORS.
Baltimore Sand Front Brick of Rough Face Unequaled in Quality and Color.

ALL KINDS OF MOLDED AND ARCH BRICK IN QUANTITIES AND DESIGN


REQUIRED. ROOFING TILES, FINIALS AND CRESTINGS OF ALL DESIGNS.

Firm Established 1818. Elevator at Park Place Entrance.

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RUTZLER'S
Modern House Heating Boiler.
REFERENCES :
Stephen D. Hatch, Architect, New York
C. C. Haight, " "
J. C. Cady & Co.,
Hubert, Pirrson &
Hoddick,
H. F. Kilburn, "
T. S. Kimball,
W.B.Franke, " "
Lamb& Rich,
J. B. Snook & Sons,
A.L.Tuckerman, " "
Alfred Zucker, " "
Rossiter & Wright, " "
G. L. Morse, " Brooklyn
Carl F Eisenach, " "
John Mumford,
" "
Mercein Thomas, "
R. L. Dans,
M. J. Morrill,
C. Werner,
" "

Eugene Jones, New York I Rev. James Taaffe, Brooklyn


A. Roessler, u
J. J. Williams,
Hon. A. S. Hewitt, L. B. Jones,
A. C. Walbridge, S. B. Hill,
Chappell, Chase, Max well & Co. " Henry R. Jones,
,,
William Haigh, Rev. D. I. Hickey,
F. G. Bourne, W. H. Hill,
E. C. Hazard, J. C. Hoagland,
Estate of Charles Kneeland, " Rev. T. S. O'Reilly,
О. C. Ferris, Avon Hall,
J. B. & J. M. Cornell, Oxford Club,
Hon. L. P. Morton, Washington, D. C. Carlton Club,
Dr. S. T. Birdsall, Brooklyn P. P. & C . I. R. R.Co.'s Station,
Joseph F. Knapp, H. W. Wheeler,
Rev. Joseph McNamee, John McQuaid,
Moses E. Worthen, Passaic, N. J.

E. RUTZLER,
MANUFACTURER OF

Steam H eating Apparatus,


178 CENTRE ST.. NEW YORK.
38
others on

work

RENW1CK,

HENRY G WEEKS,
ASPINWALL
& RUSSELL ;

*s®£>UILDER.»i JOHN B. SNOOK

/H2.56.E.23g\Street & SONS;

James E.Ware-,

Telephone Call, No.


NEW.YORK.*"780, 18th.
Berg & Clark.

ANT. KRUMSCHEID,

Fine Furniture
Architectural Woodwork,

Nos. 151 & 153 Eleventh Ave.,

Bet. 21st and 22c! Streets, NEW YORK.

Refers to
BRUNNER & TRYON,
D'OENCH & SIMON. Estimates Furnished.

39
V. J. HEDDEN & SONS,
143 Liberty Street, &{ew York.
Building Contractors, Bridge and Dock Builders, Manufacturers
of all woodwork pertaining to Building Construction.

FACTORY AT NEWARK, N. J.
V. J. HEDDEN, Special. S. S. HEDDEN.
C. K. HEDDEN. L. O. HEDDEN.

Among the Buildings erected entire or in part by us, and now


under construction, we refer to the following :
Produce Exchange. United States Electric Light Build
Mercantile Exchange. ings, Newark, N. J.
Central R. R. Terminus at Jersey Clark's Mile-End Thread Works,
City, N. J. Newark, N. J.
Tribune Building. Nairn Linoleum Works, Newark, N.J.
William K. Vanderbilt, 52d St. and 5th Edison Electric Light Plant, Newark
Ave., N. Y., and country seat, Oak- and Orange, N. T.
dale, L. I. Country House of E. D. Morgan, Esq.,
Times Building . Wheatley, L. I.
Essex Co. Insane Asylum. Country House of Fred'k Bronson,
Plaza Hotel, New York. Esq Greenfield Hills, Conn.
New York Hospital Addition. Deutcher Verein.
Century Club Building. Mailand Express Building.New York.
N. J. State Insane Asylum, at Morris Pierce Building, New York.
Plains, N. J. Havemeyer Building, New York.
4th Ave. Horse Car Stables, New Prudential Building, Newark.
York. Delmonico Building, New York.

Geo. F. Or,
MANUFACTURER OF

FINE FRAMES,
IVor KS of Art Framed
with Artistic Judgment.

The Mounting of large Architectural Drawings


a Specialty.

No. 4 CLINTON PLACE (8/// Street), near Broadway,

New York.
THE ROEBLING

Standard Wire Lathing


THE MOST PERFECT AND ECONOMICAL SYSTEM

OF FIRE-PROOF CONSTRUCTION.

Improved methods of securing lath to iron beams.

Stiffened Wire Lathing,

Stanley Corrugated Wire Lath,

Wire Hollow Tile,


We are prepared to submit modifications of any of the above

materials to suit particular cases.

The New Jersey Wire Cloth Co.,

Office and Works, TRENTON, N. J.

JOHN A. ROEBLING'S SONS CO.,


117
Liberty St., 171 Lake St., 8 California St.,

NEW YORK. CHICAGO. SAN FRANCISCO


CYPRESS LUMBER,
FOR... INTERIOR.-. AND... EXTERIOR... FINISH.
We guarantee all our work to stand.
Our Solid Cvpress Doors will stand better than Pine.
Cvpress Clapboards, Cypress Finish, Cvpress Shingles,
Cypress Sheathing, Cypress Gutters, Conductors, Mold
ings, Columns, Brackets, Stair Posts, Rails and Balusters,
Sash Bars and Greenhouse Stock. Window and Door
Frames.
all kinds of mill work to order.
ХЖГ~ The Company would like to show Residences and Public Buildings,
which have already been finished in this wood.

The A. T. Stearns Lumber Co.,


Order Office : Office and Mills at NEPONSET.
166 Devonshire St., Wharves at NEPONSET and 470
Albany St.

BOSTON, MASS.
Address Orders sent by mail, and other correspondence to Neponset, Mass.

E. S. ARNOLD. ALEX. S. LOCKE. E. TIDDEN.

Arnold & Locke,


Successors to Tiddes & Arnold,

Glass ^tainers and Decorators,


No. 102 Montague Street,
m TÍffanyRpi'ace. ^BROOKLYN.
Interior Conduits.
A system of Water-proof Insulating and Electrically Fire-proof
Tubes laid throughout a house after the manner of gas or water
pipes, and specified for by ARCHITECTS in a like manner, pro
viding a complete system of race-ways or channels for the reception
of the wires of any system of electric lighting.

A NEW DEPARTURE IN INSULATION,


ENDORSED BY THE LEADING

Architects, Builders, Electricians, Electric Light Companies


and Boards of Fire Underwriters.

Write for Illustrated Catalogue to

Interior Conduit & Insulation Company.


42 and 44 'Broad Street, Crew York.
EDWD. H. JOHNSON, President.

STEAM AND HOT WATER


Warming (j? Ventilating Apparatus
FOR

Private Residences, Churches, Schools, Institutions


and all kinds of Buildings.

Descriptive pamphlets and estimates of cost furnished on application.

BAKER, SMITH & CO.,


Cor. South $tb Ave. and Houston Street,

NEW YORK.

Branch Office, 1015 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

1;
Atlas Iron Construction Company,

Engineers and Contractors,

ÎHT'IRON WORKÄ
Office Buildings, Warehouses, Roofs,

Bridges, Shops, Factories, Etc.

Office : Times Building, N. Y. Telephone Call, 782 Cortlandt.

shops :

14th, 15th and MONMOUTH STREETS,


Jersey City, N. J.
Henry C. Williams, Pres. Frank S.Harrison, Sec'vand Sup't.
Philip E. Raque, Vice- Pres. and Bng'r, Frederick T. Youngs, Treasurer.

National Fine Art Foundry.


Established 1868.

,j, bmISwav. 218 East 2 5tb Street.

CASTS ARTISTS' MODELS AND EXECUTES ARCHITECTS' DESIGNS


in Standard Bronze.

Artistic and Enduring Monuments in Granite and Bronze,


from Original Designs.
No Catalogue. Maurice J. Power.

SPADONE & CABARET,


Bronze and Brass Work
For Banks, Churches, Mausoleums, Etc.
'Doors and Gates a Specialty. send for catalogue.

HERRING BUILDING,
Junction of 9th Ave. and 14th Street, NEW YORK.
Telephone Call: 310 38th St.. Established 1859.

A. KLABER,
IMPORTER OF AND WORKER IN

Rich Marbles
AND

e x ican C) nyx.
OFFICE AND STEAM WORKS:

238,240,242 and 244 East ?7th Street,

At 2d Ave. Elevated R. R. Station, NEW YORK.

EDWARD COLEGATE,
(Of the late firm of H. E. Sharp & Colegate),

Stained : Glass : Windows,


For Churches and Dwellings.
CHURCH DECORATIONS, MEMORIAL TABLETS
Furniture and S. S Banners. and Ecclesiastical Brasses.

318 West 13W Street.


art works : No. 8 Gansevoort Street,
Near 13th St. and Eighth Ave.,

RESIDENCE: NEW YO%K.


660 GREENE AVENUE, BROOKLYN.

MEMORIAL WINDOWS A SPECIALTY.

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46
ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHER.
All kinds of Out-Door Photographs. Large variety of Architectural
Views in Stock.
First Prize for Interiors, and Exterior Architectural Views, P. A. O.A.
LANGILL, io East Fourteenth Street, New York.

47
JOHN W.MASURY& SON,
MANUFACTURERS OF

HOUSE
PAINTS
IN PASTE AND READY MIXED FORM.

HOUSE AND pURNITURE

Varnishes,

WOOD STAINS.

P. O. Box 3499, Masury Building,

NEW YORK. CHICAGO, ILL.


NASH
GAS PUMPING
ENGINE.
Costs 30 per cent, less, and will pump 50 per cent,
more water than any Engine made.

RUNS WITH GAS OR GASOLENE.

National Meter Company,


MANUFACTURERS OF

Crown, Empire, Gem & Nash Meters.


NEW YORK, BOSTON,
252 Broadway. 159 Franklin St.

OVER 93,000 WATER METERS MADE AND SOLD.


December \ 1891.

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Electric Light Wiring
WITH INTERIOR CONDUITS
OUR SPECIALTY.

THE CONDUIT WIRING CO.,


General Electrical Contractors,

No. 12 West 29th St., New York.


I Messrs. Brcnner & Trvon,
REFERENCES :
(Mr. E. H. Kendall.
'
PARTIAL LIST OF PRINCIPAL BUILDINGS WIRED BY US:
Temple Emanuel, Hotel De Logerot,
Tenny Co., W. B. Riker & Son,
Merchants' Insurance Co., Newark, N. I.,
N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co., Jersey City, N. J.,
and many others.

THE
Grooved Plaster Slab
MANUFACTURING CO.
Incorporated.
(Thomas Corran's Patents.)

THE BEST FOUNDATION


INTERIOR PLASTERING,
TILING, AND
EXTERIOR CEMENT WORK.
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
Refers by permission to following Archi
tects: Messrs. Rossiter & Wright, J. B.
McElfatrick & Son, J. B. Snook & Son, Mr.
Richard M. Hunt, Mr. James Brown Lord.
Mr. Bruce Price and Mr. Edward L. Angel.

NEW YORK OFFICE :

No. 2 West Fourteenth St.


Send for Circulars, Samples and Prices.
To Architects.
ENGINEERING RECORD, Because of the

THEgivesPrior problems of Building


to
to 1887, The Sanitary Engineer, prominence
and Sanitary Engineering,
i t

is in these days a most valuable aid to every architect who has to


make the design and write the specifications for a modern build
ing. Its weekly special architectural illustration, critically selected
and artistically rendered, has been said by a well known architect
"to be the best published in this country, and must, as a critical
resource, be of the greatest service to my profession." THE EN
GINEERING RECORD claims and receives the support of the
architectural profession because of its elaborate illustrations of
modern construction in Roofs, Fireproof Buildings, Heating by
Steam and Hot Water, Plumbing, Water Supply, Drainage, Ele
vator, Pneumatic and Electric Service ; and the replies to questions
from architects on every phase of building construction have made
the back volumes an encyclopedia of information. No architect's
library should be without them. The paper is conducted as an
engineering journal, giving prominence to the engineering and
construction problems with which every architect in active practice
should keep informed.

" The success of this publication has been marked in many ways; not only
has it become a source of profit to its projector, but it has been of incalculable
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for their clients, since it is taken by contractors in every portion of the United
States and Canada, its contract news columns every week containing reliable
netvs not elsewhere published.
ESTABLISHED 183O.

Robert C. Fisher & Co.,


Successors to Fisher & Bird,

Marble and GRANITE Works


97, 99, 101 and 103 E. HOUSTON ST.,

NEW YORK.

Counters, Floor Tiling.


Chimnev-Pieces, Staircases, Wainscoting,
Church Altars, Tablets, Fonts, Etc., Cemetery Vaults,
Marble andGranite Monuments, and Monumental
Work of Every Description.

MANTELS, OPEN FIREPLACES,

TILES, HOUSEHOLD ART GOODS,

UU^IO^C SQUARE, North, Corner Broadway.


EDWIN OUTWATER,
Builder and Worker in Hard Wood,
No. 525 West 23D Street,

Telephone Call, May 18th St. NEW YORK.

Interior Decorations in Hard Wood.

Fine Cabinet and Architectural


Wood Work a Specialty.

estimates furnished.

REFERENCES :

Richard M. Hunt, William Schickel & Co.


Renwick, Aspinwall & Renwick. D. & J. Jardine.
W. Wheeler Smith. William H. Russell.

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JOHN L. HAMILTON & SONS,

Builders,

347 West 26th Street, New York.

F. GEHLEN & SONS,


Interior Decorations and Cabinet Work,
102 EAST 17TH ST. (Union Square), N. Y.

54
TICKNOR & COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS.

THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS.

The leading Architectural Peri


odical. Published weekly.

ARCHITECTURE OF THE RENAISSANCE IN ENGLAND.

A series of Views and Details


from buildings erected between
the years 1 560-1630, with text
by J. Alfred Gotch, F.R.I.B.A.

MONOGRAPHS OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE.

Trinity Church : : : Boston.


State Capitol : : : Hartford.
Law School, Harvard College.

AMERICAN ARCHITECT DRAWING OFFICE.

Line and brush drawings


of all kinds executed from
the Architect's sketches.

Catalogue and Price-Lists upon Application.

211 TREMONT STREET, BOSTON.


501.505 Ea^t 7o # St,

REFERENCES :

WM. H. RUSSELL, HUNT,


R. M.
WM. B. TUTHILL, YOUNGS & CABLE,
BERG & CLARK, LITTLE & O'CONNOR,
THOM & WILSON, R. H.ROBERTSON,
JOHN H. DUNCAN, EDWARD T. HAPGOOD,
A. J. MANNING, TIFFANY GLASS CO.,
GEO. EDWARD HARDING & GOOCH, FRANCIS CRAWFORD.

GEORGE BROWN & CO.,

Cut Stone Contractors,


264 TO 270, AND 267, 269, 271 AND 273 6l, 63, 65 AND 67

PASSAIC STREET, CLARK STREET,

NEWARK, N. J.

Possessing a large plant and unusual facilities, we are pre

pared to produce the best class of work in the shortest possi


ble time.
FORTY YEARS' CONTINUOUS EXPERIENCE.

DECORATIVE T STUFFS
REPRODUCTIONS OF ANTIQUE BRO
CADED SILKS, DAMASKS, EMBROIDERIES
AND TAPESTRIES FOR DRAWING-ROOMS,
LIBRARIES. DINING-ROOMS, HALLS, ETC.
* * * *
SELECT CRETONNES AND OTHER
COTTON GOODS FOR BED-ROOMS AND
* * * *
COUNTRY HOUSES. INTERESTING
STUFFS, BOTH PLAIN AND FIGURED, FOR
WALL HANGINGS. SOFT EASTERN SILKS
OF SPECIAL DESIGNS. * * * * PLAIN STUFFS
OF CHOICE colors: VELVETS, PLUSHES,
CLOTHS AND OTHERS. A LARGE VARIETY

OF INEXPENSIVE STUFFS FOR CURTAINS


AND FURNITURE COVERINGS, WHERE AN
ARTISTIC EFFECT IS REQUIRED AT A LOW

COST.

JOHNSON & FAULKNER


NORTH UNION SQUARE

NEW YORK
J. G. Batterson. Walter F. See, John Eisele

Batterson, See & Eisele,


Successors to A. L. Fauchere Co.

Importers and Workers of

Marble, OnYx and Gran^e.


Architectural Work a Specialty.

Office, Steam Mill and Works,

431 nth Ave., bet. jjt/i and 36th Sts., 423-431 11th Ave.,

NEW YORK.

rough t Iron purnaces.

JOHN HYSLOP,
206 208 East 29TH Street,
NEW YORK.

A perfectly pure Heat realized with the greatest attainable

economy in coal and attention.

5*
The J. L. Mott Iron Works,
84-90 Beekman St., N. Y. 311-313 Wabash Ave., Chicago.

With Nickel- Plated Supply Fittings and " Unique " Waste:
Decorated outside in Ivory with Gold Lines.
The Roll-Rim is 3 inches wide, and is enameled same as the interior of the
Bath. This gives a large, unbroken surface of beautiful white porcelain,
which, together with the outside decoration in ivory and gold, and the nickel-
plated fittings, makes the most attractive Porcelain-Lined Bath yet produced.

'N
SAYRE & FISHER CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF

FINE FACE BRICK,


Buff, Ochre, Red, Drab, Gray, Old Gold,
Bronze and Mottled, both Plain
and Molded.

ENAMELED BRICK, ALL COLORS.


ALSO

HARD BUILDING BRICK.


PRODUCT, 500,000 PER DAY.

OFFICE:
Bennett Building, Fulton and Nassau Streets,
NEW YORK.

ELLIN, KITSON & CO.,


ARCHITECTURAL

SCULPTORS,
Foot 25th St., North River,

NEW YORK.
SPECIAL

ILLUSTRATED PRINTING.

The Engineering Tress has secured the co-operation

of Mr. Edwin J. Meeker, the artist, and is now in position

to execute orders for work requiring special artistic illus


tration. Mr. Meeker's work "
for The Engineering
Record," "The Century," "Harper's," and many other
first-class periodicals, speaks for itself, while our special

facilities and the reputation we have gained for work of


this character, lead us to believe that by this arrangement

anyone seeking first-class and artistically illustrated


printing can save time and be assured of the best results.
A force of skilled men who are familiar with tech

nical work is employed, and we have special facilities for


printing Catalogues, Programmes, Pamphlets, Descrip
tions of Public Buildings, Memorial Volumes, etc.
We submit this catalogue as a specimen of our
workmanship, this being the fourth we have printed for the

Architectural League.
Further information supplied on application to

The Engineering Press


( INCORPORATED )

STREET,
277 PEARL NEW YORK.

lA
GEORGE W. WHITE,
Agent for the Sale of

BUILDING STONES,
4 WEST 22D STREET, NEW YORK.

QUARRIES REPRESENTED :

Gatelawbridge (Scotch) Red Freestone.


Hoosier (Bedford, Ind.) Buff and Blue Oolitic Limestone.
Norwich (N. Y.) Bluestone.
Kibbe (Mass.) Redstone.
Rockcastle (Ky.) Blue and Green Freestone.

REFERENCES:
BUILDINGS OF GATELAWBRIDGE (SCOTCH) RED FREESTONE.
Residences, Merritt Block, 73d St. and West End Ave. , Chas. T. Mott.
No. 231 West End Ave., Berg & Clark.
" Cor. Mount Morris Park and 123d St., Frank Hill Smith.
R. G. Piatt, Corner 85th St. and West End Ave.,
Clarence True.
Bank, Columbia, 42d St. and 5th Ave., McKim, Mead & White.
School, 157th St. and Courtland Ave., Geo. W. Debevoise.
" " "
93d St. and 10th Ave.,
" Several for Children's Aid Society, Vaux & Radford.
Residences, Hon. Stewart L. Woodward, Brooklyn, Henry O. Avery.
" Block, Franklin Ave. and Hancock St., Brooklyn, Wm.
B. Tubby.
" Wm. Fellows, Montclair, N. J., Francis H. Kimball.
" Mrs. Cochrane, Commonwealth Ave., Boston, McKim,
Mead & White.
Club House, Germania, No. 120 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, Frank
Freeman.
Altar, Cathedral, Albany, N. Y., R. W. Gibson.
Office Building, N. E., Bell Telephone Co., Milk and Oliver Sts.,
Boston, Fehmer & Page.
'' Auchmuty, Block, Kingston and Essex Sts., Boston,
Winslow & Wethereil.
'-
Hubbard Building, Boston, Peabody & Stearns.
N. Y. Life Ins. Co. , Montreal, Babb, Cook & Willard.
Church of the Messiah, Boston, Rotch & Tilden.
BUILDINGS IN THE SAWN & ROBINSON KIBBE STONE.
Residence, Mr. Fargo, No. 130 E. 37th St., Chas. Romeyn & Co.
Store, R. H. Macy & Co., 13th St. and 6th Ave., Wm. Schickel & Co.
" Corner Hudson and Duane Sts.. Samuel Warner.
School, Ridge & Broome, Geo. W. Debevoise.
" "
51st St. and ist Ave.,

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BUILDINGS OF HOOSIER BUFF LIMESTONE.
Residences, Dr. Hoffman, 72d St. bet. 8th and 9th Aves.J. B. Snook
& Sons.
" Mrs. Ackerman,82d St. and Riverside Drive, W.B.Tuthill.
" Block, 76th to 77th Sts., West End Ave., Lamb & Rich.
R. G. Piatt, S. W. Cor. 85th St., and West End Ave.,
Clarence True.
" 87th St. bet. 8th and 9th Aves., Chas. Buek.
" 76th St., south side, bet. 8th and 9th Aves,, G. S.
Schellenger.
"
Jas. T. Hall, 75th St., south side, bet. 8th and 9th Aves.,
Geo. H. Budlong.
" Beaconsfield Terraces, Boston, Fehmer & Page.
" E. D. Tordon, Boston, Winslow & Wetherell.
C. F. Wickwire, Cortland, N. Y., Samuel B. Reed.
Office Buildings, Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, Chambers, St.,
W. H. Hume.
" Germania Life Insurance Building, Pine & William
Sts. , Lamb & Rich.
" London & Lancashire Life Ins. Co., William St.,
H. J. Harden bergh.
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co., Pine St., J. C.
Cady & Co.
Davis Building, Boston, Fehmer & Page.
"
" Jordan Building, Boston, Winslow & Wetherell.
Shreve, Crumb & Low Buildings, Boston, Winslow
& Wetherell.
Church, St. Andrew's, 76th St., near 10th Ave., J. C. Cady & Co.
•'
Mt. Olivet, 2d St. and 2d Ave., J. C. Cady & Co.
116th St., west of 5th Ave.. R. H. Robertson.
School House, 93d St. and 10th Ave., Geo. W. Debevoise.
Hotel, S. W. Cor. 89th St. and Madison Ave., Graham & Tait.
Apartment Houses, N. S. 89th St. near Madison Ave., Graham & Tait.
Gunn & Grant, N. W. Cor. 78th St. and 10th
Ave., G. S. Schellenger.
BUILDINGS IN HOOSIER BLUE LIMESTONE.
Residences, Richard Deeves, (4) 81st St. bet. 8th and 9th Aves.,
Berg & Clark.
Apartment Bldgs, 92d St. bet. 8th and 9th Aves., D'Oench & Simon.
Fire Patrol Station, 121st St. west of 8th Ave., " "
School House, 68th St. and 10th Ave., Geo. W. Debevoise.
" Ridge & Broome St., "
Club House, American Fine Art Society, 57th St. bet. 7th Ave. and
Broadway, Hardenbergh, Hunting & Jacobsen.
Church, Trimming, 116th St. west of 5th Ave., R. H. Robertson.
" Orange, N. J., "
Club House, Algonquin, Commonwealth Ave., Boston, McKim,
Mead & White.
NORWICH BLUESTONE.
The Norwich Bluestone is a very deep blue, fine-grained hard
stone, in appearance similar to Wyoming Valley or Oxford.
ROCK CASTLE FREESTONE.
The Rock Castle Freestone is new. It is a very delicate, soft,
light-blue, remarkably fine and uniform in grain, is susceptible of
fine carving and of smooth finish, suitable for interior (as well as
exterior) work, altars, etc. It is also furnished in light green, with
same characteristics.
ALSEN'S

Portland Cement
Is the most uniform and satisfactory PORTLAND CEMENT
made, and is the brand usually employed by the most prom
inent Engineers of this country for concrete both above and
below water. Although higher priced than other Cements, it is
still the most economical, as it will permit the admixture of
more sand than any other. It stands the highest tensile
strength of any cement imported; it is very finely ground, and
there is a greater bulk to the barrel than other brands.
The ALSEN'S has been used in the foundations of some of
the largest structures in this country, such as:

Delaware and Hudson Building. U.S.GovernmentWorksat Brook


Tribune Building. lyn Navy Yard.
N. Y. C. and West Shore Grain Boston Sewerage Improvement.
Elevator, Jersey City. Musconetcong Tunnel
Southern Hotel, St. Louis. Canal Locks, Sault St. Marie.
Race Rock Light House. Cable Railroads, Chicago.
Quebec Harbor Improvements. Cable Railroads, St. Louis.
Bismarck Bridge. Cable Railroads, New York.
Plattsmouth Bridge. Cable Railroads, Cleveland.
Bridge at Havre de Grace. Concrete Wall, Lake Front, Chi
Portland (Ore.) Bridge. cago.
Blair Crossing. Grand Central Depot, Louisville,
Omaha Bridge. Wisconsin Central Depot, Chi
Poughkeepsie Bridge. cago.
Memphis Bridge. Union Depot, Indianapolis.
Harlem Bridge. N. Y. City Elevated R. R. (foun
dation of piers).
Cantilever Bridge, Niagara Falls.
Brooklyn and Kings County R.R.
Jacksonville (Fla.) Bridge.
(foundation of piers).
St. Louis Bridge.
Panama Canal.
U. S. Government Works at
Concrete Walks around U. S.
League Island, Philadelphia.
Capitol, Washington, D. C.
Port Eads Jetties.
Department of Docks, N. Y. City.
Sea Wall, Governor's Island, New
York. Hudson River Tunnel.
U.S. Government Works at Sandv Erie Canal Locks.
Hook. Boston Water Works, etc., etc.
Since the last Exhibition our

King's Windsor Cement


has been put to severe tests by both Architects and Underwriters, as
to its durability and proof against fire. We are happy to state that
the results of such tests has proven the claims we have made for this
material in the past.

R. L Hospital Trust Co. 's Bldg., Providence, R. I. R. W. Gibson, Architect.


Before drawing specifications for Plastering for your Walls and
Ceilings we would respectfully ask an audience, and will, upon appli
cation, cheerfully send a representative to explain its merits and uses.

J. B. KING & COMPANY,


21-24 State Street, New York.
«5
D. C. WEEKS & SON,
MASONS AND BUILDERS,

BOX IF, MECHANICS' AND TRADERS' EXCHANGE,

14 VESEY STREET,

Mott Ave. and 163D St. NEW YORK.

References —A reinfects :

R. M HUNT,
RENWICK & ASP1NWALL.
C. C. HAIGHT.

1f
Guastavino Fireproof Construction Co.
MAIN office, $jTH ST., NEAR I ITH AVE., NEW YORK.

Buildings Completed or in Process of Construction, in which the Guastavino


Fireproof Con .truction Company or R. Guastavino has ob
tained contracts and put in Fireproofing:
New York— Sun Fire Company Building, Corbin Building, Lyons Building
Bleecker Street). Mt. Sinai Hospital, Music Hall, Arion Club, Sidenberg Build-
ng. Plaza Hotel, Young Woman's Christian Association Building, Young
Woman's Lodging House, Manhattan Brass Foundry and Extension, Lyons
Building (Mercer Street and Waverly Place). Lion Brewery, Hammerstein
Harlem Opera House, Fish Building. Bioomingdale Building, Norton Building,
New York; Matthiessen Vaults, Woodlawn; Montauk Club, Brooklyn; La
Concha Baths. Syracuse; Atlantic Brewery, Staten Island.
Massachusetts— Boston New Public Library, Exeter Chambers, Graffam
Building, Boston Gas Light Company Building, Bay State Gas Company
Building, Harcourt Building, Savage Building, Massachusetts State House
Extension, Boston; Cox Stable, Brookline.
Colorado— Colorado Telephone Co.'s Bldg., Denver Athletic Club, Denver
New Hampshire— City Hall, Dover; Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Hanover.
Pennsylvania— Philadelphia Market, Philadelphia.
RHODE Island— Morgan Stables, Newport.
New Jersey— W. Fellows' Residence, Montclair.
With Increased facilities for Fireproof Construction and General Plant, this
Company is prepared for a large amount of work. It is at present successfully
carrying out the following:
IN NEW YORK.
Works in Process of Construction.
Fifth Avenue Theatre (All floors, galleries and roof)— F. H. Kimball, Architect
Schillinger Building (60,000 square feet floors and roof)— Buchman & Deisler.
Paterson Savings Institution (All floors and roof)— Charles Edwards.
Brooklyn City Railroad Co.'s Building (All floors and roof)— Ross & Marvin.
Howard & Childs Brewery (All floors and roof)— Lederle & Co
fames A. Burden's Residence, eth Ave. and ;ad St.— R. H. Robertson
Edison Electric Ilium. Co.'s Bldg ( All floors and roof) -Buchman & Deisler.
Store, 120-122 East 14th St.— Cleverdon & Putzel.
Works Not Started.
Havemsyer Buildine' I All floors and roof)— George B. Post.
Manhattan Hospital (All floors and ro >f— Buchman & Deisler.
This Company gives Estimates and takes Contracts for Fireproof Buildings,
Floors, Ceilings. Partitions and Staircases, under the system called GUASTA
VINO TILE ARCH SYSTEM.
The above list will show the increase of their business and general facilities.

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A. B. & W. T. WESTERVELT,
MANUFACTURERS OF

Iron, Brass and Copper Work,


No. to2 Chambers Street,
COR. CHURCH ST. NEW YORK.

Railings, Gates, Guards, Grilles, Weather Vanes,


Crosses, Crestings, Finials, Fountains, Vases,
Statuary, Bedsteads, Lightning Rods.

Iron, Brass and Nickel

STABLE FITTINGS.
Makers of Fireproof Book Shelving recently erected at
Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.

Send for Illustrated Catalogue, stating goods desired.


Each class of goods in a separate Catalogue.

63
H. Bartholomae & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF

AND

Interior

Decorations,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.

124 & 126 WEST 2*d STREET,

Between bth and nth Avenues, NEW YORK.

Estimates Made Upon Architects' Plans and Designs.

Established 1867

T. H. KNIGHT,
Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter,
60 WILLIAM STREET, N. Y.

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Inspections made on Application.

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Estimates Cheerfully Furnished on All First- Class Work.

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A few Buildings done by me, that I respectfully refer to, in this city.

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New York Stock Exchange, Corbin Building

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Home Destitute Blind, Wilks "

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New York Exchange Club, Union

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Reform Club, Trinity "
Mrs. Mary Herter.

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. . . - Houses, Madison Ave.

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Messrs Berg & Clark, (5) Houses, 82d St.

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Out of Town.

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Mr. George E. BLANCH ARD, Elberon, N. Y.
Mr. George C. Taylor, Islip, L. I.
Mr. Adolph Laddenherg, Westbury, L. I.
Mr. Farley Clark, Cedarhurst, L. I.
Christ's Chapel, Brooklyn, L. I.
Col. Roebling, Trenton, N.J.
Mr. Frank Appleton, Ipswich, Mass.
Mr. E. J. McElroy, Boston, Mass.
Architects.
Mr. Charles W.Clinton. Mr. George E. Harney.
Messrs Rossiter & Wright. Mr. W. S. Purdy.
Messrs Berg & Clark. Mr. J. E Ware.
Mr. A. E. Barlow. Mr. George Freeman.
Mr. Fred Dinklebero. Mr. J. H. Palmer.

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F. SCHAETTLER,

Cabinet Work &■ Interior Decorations,

245 and 247 West 28th Street,

NEW YORK.
06ЮЕ9990 9Ю6Б

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