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Architecture of USA

04 November 2010

1889 – Ormsby Hall, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Ormsby Hall, built in 1889, is the oldest residence hall on campus and houses 120 students. Although Ormsby was designed to primarily house women, it has one designated male...

05 July 2011

1889 – Phipps-Wallace Store, St. Louis, Missouri

Architect: Alfred Rosenheim Published in the American Architect and Building News, March 9 1889. Designed by Alfred F. Rosenheim in the Richardsonian Romanesque style popularized in the United States by Boston architect H.H....

06 February 2012

1889 – Post Office, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: Mifflin E. Bell Fine Beaux-Arts post office building that was replaced by an art deco building on a different site in the early 1930s. Demolished in 1960. Designed under supervision of Mifflin...

06 July 2011

1889 – Probate Office, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Architect: Wait & Cutter Published in the American Architect and Building News, February 25 1889.

13 July 2011

1889 – Proposed Municipal Buildings, Washington DC

Architect: Willis Jefferson Polk Proposal published in the American Architect and Building News.

12 July 2011

1889 – Proposed New York World Building, New York

Architect: R.H. Robertson Unsuccessful competition design published in the American Architect and Building News. The New York World Building was designed by early skyscraper specialist George Browne Post to house the now-defunct newspaper,...

08 July 2011

1889 – Residence, Greensburg, Pennsylvania

Architect: J.A. Dempwolf Residence designed for Geoge M. Jones and published in the American Architect and Building News, June 22 1889.

06 July 2011

1889 – Residence, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: J.W. & F.D. Orff Designed for lawyer J. Frank Collom, who later the same year, confessed to forging client signatures to appropriate their funds to the tune of $227,000. At the time...

08 July 2010

1889 – Science Hall, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, Virginia

Architect: William M. Published in the American Architect and Building News.


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