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06 February 2014

1915 – Museum of Fine Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: McKim, Mead & White Built on land donated by the Morrison family formerly occupied by their Villa Rosa mansion, the museum by McKim, Mead & White is one of the finest examples...

30 January 2014

1892 – Queen’s Quay Railway Station, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Originally opened by the Belfast & County Down Railway in 1848, the station at Queen’s Quay was rebuilt in 1910-14, extending the original building on both sides. The Belfast Holywood & Bangor Railway...

01 January 2014

1914 – Department of Education, Sydney, Australia

Architect: George McRae Large building covering an entire city block designed by Scottish-born NSW State Architect George McRae, but built in two stages. It’s a six-storey sandstone building with steel and reinforced concrete...

04 November 2013

1914 – Kales Building, Detroit, Michigan

Architect: Albert Kahn Original headquarters of the S. S. Kresge Company, one of the 20th century’s largest retail organizations, which was renamed the Kmart Corporation in 1977. Now known as the Kales Building....

04 September 2013

1914 – Grand Central Station, Memphis, Tennessee

Architect: Central Station was built on the site of a former station known as Calhoun Street Station. Memphis Central Station was owned by Illinois Central Railroad and the station was also used by...

04 September 2013

1914 – Union Station, Kansas City, Missouri

Architect: Jarvis Hunt Opened in 1914, it served as a replacement for the original Union Depot which opened in 1878. Union Station served a peak annual passenger traffic of over 670,000 in 1945...

01 July 2013

1914 – Lower Scene, Hythe, Kent

Architect: Oswald P. Milne Published in The Building News, November 7 1919: “This house was built just before the war. It. is situated on the golf links at Hythe, in Kent, and towardss...

30 August 2012

1914 – Conservatory, Como Park, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Frederick Nussbaumer Inspired in part by the landscape designs of H.W.S. Cleveland, Frederick Nussbaumer, Superintendent of Parks from 1891 to 1922, worked tirelessly to create an outdoor haven for the area’s urban...

06 July 2012

1914 – Canada Life Building, Regina, Saskatchewan

Architect: Brown & Vallance A fine white terra cotta facade with influences from the Chicago School, this office building was designed by Montreal architects Brown & Vallance. Still in use today, it is...

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