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07 February 2011

1894 – Stock Exchange Building, Chicago

Architect: Adler & Sullivan Widely considered an architectural masterpiece, the thirteen-story building incorporated Sullivan’s signature ornamentation thatcombined geometric forms with expressions of natural foliage. The Stock Exchange was demolished in 1972, and is...

04 January 2011

1894 – Teachers College, 120th St., New York

Architect: Parish & Schroeder Teachers College was founded by the philanthropist Grace Hoadley Dodge and philosopher Nicholas Murray Butler to provide a new kind of schooling for the teachers of disadvantaged children in...

04 November 2010

1894 – First Baptist Church, Portland, Oregon

Architect: Warren H. Hayes In 1892, $125,000 was set aside for the construction of this building, and Warren Hayes, a specialist in church design from Minneapolis, was employed as architect. Construction began in...

17 August 2010

1894 – “One Ash” Loughborough Road, Quorn, Leicestershire

Architect: Larner Sugden Small country house, 1894. By Larner Sugden for W Wright. Granite rubble stone ground floor with plinth, otherwise red brick with stone band and plain tile roof with stone coped...

10 August 2010

1894 – Vicarage, Haslingden, Lancashire

Architect: Basil Champneys Front Perspective View including Plan published in The Building News, May 25th 1894.

02 August 2010

1894 – Armouries, Toronto

Architect: Thomas Fuller In the late 1800s, the federal government realized that they needed to provide their volunteer soldiers with centralized locations for training, and decided to construct the Toronto Armouries. Architect Thomas...

20 July 2010

1894 – The Rectory, Brondesbury, London

Architect: Charles R. Baker King As published in The Building News, September 14th 1894. Severely damaged during the Second World War.

06 July 2010

1894 – Semi-Detatched Villas, Newport, Wales

Architect: W.L. Griffith Published in The Building News, October 12th 1894.

31 May 2010

1894 – Coconino County Courthouse, Flagstaff, Arizona

Architect: J.N. Preston Coconino County in Arizona was formed in 1891 and is named after a Native American tribe living in the Grand Canyon. Three years later, the county courthouse, am excercise in...