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Virginia, Alexandria. Burson House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
noe4:6,plate CX Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. Christ Church. 
1765-75. 


White Pine Series (83102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:5,plate CIX Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria, City Tavern. 1792-93, 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.1928; 
voleXVIII,no.3:102 Exterior. Doorway. 


Virginia. Alexandria. Colross House. 1799, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
noe4:25 Exterior. Construction details 
of dormer window. 


Virginia. Alexandria. Colross House, 1799, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
noe4:22 Exterior. Dormer window. 


Virginia, Alexandria. Colross House. 1799, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:11 Exterior. Front view. 


Virginia. Alexandria, Colross House. 1799, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:14 Exterior. Measured drawing of 
front porch. 


Virginia. Alexandria, Colross House. 1799, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:12,13 Exterior. Measured drawing 
of front elevation. 


Virginia. Alexandria, Colross House, 1799, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
noe4:15 Exterior. Rear doorway and 
main cornice. 


Virginia, Alexandria. Fairfax House. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.2:207,plate CXVIII Exterior. Window. 


Virginia, Alexandria, Fairfax House. 


8107.101:plate 23 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. Fairfax House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:9,plate CXIII Exterior. 


Virginia, Alexandria, Fairfax House. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:2,plate CVIII Exterior. Entrance. 


Virginia, Alexandria. House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:7,plate CXI Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. House. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:17,plate CXVII Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. House, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
noe4:20,plate CXX Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. House. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XII, 
noe4:18,plate CXVIII Exterior. Doorway. 


Virginia, Alexandria. House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:8,plate CXII Exterior. Entrance. 


Virginia, Alexandria, Lee House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:6,plate CX Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. Lee, "Light Horse", 
House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
noe4:16,plate CXVI Exterior. 


Virginia. Alexandria. Lloyd House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.4:19,plate CXIX Exterior. 


Virginia, Alexandria, Old City Tavern. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XII, 
no.4:10,plate CXIV Exterior. Entrance. 


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Virginia, Big Stone Gap, Hotel. 
Arch: Winslow & Wetherell, c. 1890. 


R f: AABN, vol. 28, May 21, 1890, plate no. 752. 
illus. 


Virginia. Charles City County. Sandy 
Point. "Tedington." 1717, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:7 Exterior. 


4 
Virginia, Charlottesville. Jowett Tavern. 
۱ c.1775. 
8094.01-102R:opp.p.113 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. l 


Virginia, Charlottesville. Monticello. 
1770-1802. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.112 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia. Charlottesville, Monticello. 
1770-1802. 


8094.01-102Rsopp.p.113 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Interior. 


Virginia, Clark Co, Fairfax House. 


8094.01-104:p.22 Isham. Early American 
Houses, Exterior, Drawinge 


Virginia. Clover Fields. Cottage. 


8094.01-102Rsopp.p.113 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. The original house. 


Virginia. Fairfax. Fairfax County Court 
House. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
no.6:319,plate CLXXXI Exterior. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Falls Church. 
1768. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
n0.3:66 Exterior. 


Virginia. Fairfax Countv. Falls Church. 
1768. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
۳0۰3۵۶65 Exterior. Doorway on west view. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:226,plate CXXVII Exterior. Porch-- 
southern facade, 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:229,plate CXXVIII Exterior. Garden 
facade. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.5:250 Exterior. Measured drawing 
of front elevation. 


Virginia. Fairfax Countye Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.3:231,plate CXXIX Exterior. Northern 


facade. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:232,plate CXXX Exterior. Cornice. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:233,plate CXXXI Exterior. North- 
ern facade. Porch. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.3:234,plate CXXXII Interior. Stair- 
case, 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:235,plate CXXXIII Interior. Hall. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:236,plate CXXXIV Interior. 
Library. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Seríes(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.3:237 Interior. Window. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758, George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:238,239 Interior. Drawing room. 
Measured drawing of cabinet, doorway, 
and window. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
n0.5:258,259 Interior. Drawing room. 
Plan of room. 


Virginia. Fairfax Countye Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:240 Interior. Measured drawing 
of front porch. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.$:241,plate CXXXV Interior. Drawing 
room. Doorway. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Seríes(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:242,plate CXXXVI Interior. Drawing 
room. Doorway. 


Virginia. Fairfax Countv. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:245,plate CXXXVII Interior. Drawing 
room. Wainscot. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:244,plate CXXXVIII Interior. 
Drawing room. Cabinet and cornice. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.5:245,plate CXXXIX Interior. Drawing 
room, Window. 


Virginia. Fairfax Countv. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:246,plate CXL Interior. Chippen- 
dale room. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:247 Interior. Drawing room. Corner 


of cabinet. 


Virginia. Fairfax Countv. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:248 Exterior. Corner of northern 


porch. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.3:249 Exterior. Construction details 
of west porch. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758. George Mason, builder. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:250 Exterior. Garden facade. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Gunston Hall. 
1758, George Mason, builder, 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:252,plate CXLI Exterior. House 
viewed from the garden. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Mt. Vernon 
Mansions 


8107.101:plate 14 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Mount Vernon 
Mansion. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vOl.II,no.1:11 Exterior. 


Virginia, Fairfax Countye Pohick Church: 
1769. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:67 Exterior. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Pohick Church. 
1769. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:58 Exterior. Gateway. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Woodlawn 
fansion. 1801-05. Dr. William Thornton, 
designer. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no. 35:74 Exterior. West view. 


Virginia, Fairfax County. Woodlawn Mansion. 
1801-O5. Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.o:77 Exterior. East view. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Woodlawn Mansíon. 
1801-05. Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVII, 
no.3:76 Exterior. East view. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Woodlawn Mansion. 
1801-05. Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVII, 
no.3:78 Interior. Hall and stairway. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Woodlawn Mansion. 
1801-05. Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:79 Interior. Drawing room. Mantel. 


Virginia. Fairfax County. Wooálawn 
Mansion. 1801-05. Dr. William Thornton, 


designer. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:75 Exterior. East view. 


Virginia. Falmouth, Early cottage. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:8 Exterior. 


Virginia. Fredericksburg. House. 


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


Virginia. Fredericksburg. Kenmore, 1752, 
8094۰01-102۳ ۶ 0۳0۳۰0۰144 Lathrop. 


Historic houses of early America. 
Interior. Washington mantel. 


Virginia, Fredericksburg. Rising Sun 
Tavern, 1760's. 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.216 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Virginia. Fredericksburg. Rising Sun 
Tavern. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:10 Exterior. 


Virginia. Fredericksburg. "Sentry Box." 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
20.35:82 Exterior. 


Virginia. Fredericksburg. Washington 
House. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVII, 
no.3:84 Exterior. 


Virginia. Fredericksburg. Washington House. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:10 Exterior. 


Virginia, Gooehland County. "Tuckahoe", 


c.171h-20. 


Ref. Country Life CLXII 10-7-82 و‎ 00۰ 1046-1049. 
1090-15) illus. € plans. 


Virginia. Goochland County. "Tuckahoe." 
ee 1707, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:7 Exterior. 


Virginia. Gunston Hall. 


8107.101:plste 65 Chandler. The 
Coloníal House. Exterior. Porche 


Virginia. Gunston Hall. 


8107.101:pl1ate 71 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Interior. Built-in 
cupboard. 


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Virginia, House. 


8094,01-104:p.4 Isham. Early American 
Houses. Interior, Floor plan. 


Virginia. House. 


8094.01-104:p.5 Isham. Early American 
Houses. Interior. Floor plan. 


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Virginia. Paris. Ashby Tavern. 


8094.02-108:0pp.p.217  Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Virginia. Powhatan Court. "The Glibe." 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.11,no.1:12 Exterior. 


Virginia. Princess Anne County. 
Thoroughgood House. 


8094.01-104:plate 3 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Exterior. 


U.S. Architecture. Virginia, Reston. General. 


1992 Boston Societv of Landscape Architects design 
award to Sasaki Associates for the Reston Town Center 
in Virginia 


REF: BSA CHAPTERLETTER 
Mar/Apr 1993 p.22 


NA11/B7C42x 


Virginia. Richmond. Brandon. c.1712. 


8094,01-102R:0pp.p.9"7 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia, Richmond, House, 


8107.101:plate 111 Chandler. The 
Colonial House, Exterior. Octagon 
ends, 


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Marshall House, Richmond, Va., 1789, 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.80 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Interior. Parlor. 


Marshall House, Richmond, Va. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Dec.19163vol.VIT, 
no.£:18 Exterior. 


Marshall House, Richmond, Va., 1789. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.80 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Interior. Dining room. 


Virginia. Richmond. Marshall House. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Dec.1916;vol.VII, 
no.2:18 Exterior, 


Virginia. Richmond. Marshall House. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.80  Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Interior. Dining room. 


1789. 


Virginia. Richmond. Marshall House, 1789. 


8094,01-102R:0pp.p.80 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America, 
Interior. Parlor. 


Virginia, Richmond, Pendelton House, 


White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:15 Exterior. 


Virginia, Richmond. Poe Memorial. 1737. 


8094.01-102Rsopp.p.77 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


U.S. Architecture. Virginia, Richmond. Monuments 
Ashe, Arthur 


"Ashe Takes His Place" 
REF: LANDSCAPE ARCH ITECTURE 


Nov 1996 SB469.L3 
pp.54-59 


Virginia. Richmond. Poe Memorial. 1737. 


8094,01-102Rsopp.p. 77 Lathrop. 
Fistoric houses of early America. 
Exterior. Garden. 


Virginis. Richmond, ''White House of the 
Confederacy." 1818. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.81  Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia, "Shirley." 1650. 


8107.101:plate 64 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Virginia. "Soldier's Joy." c.1800. 


8107,101splate 97 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior, 


Virginia. Stafford Countye Aquia Church, 
1757. Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
noeo:61 Exterior. 


Virginia. Stafford County. Aquia Church. 
1757. Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no, 5481 Interior. Floor plan. 


Virginia. Stafford County. Aquia Church. 
1757. Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVII, 
no.3:80 Interior, Pulpit. 


Virginia, Stafford County. Aquia Church. 
1757, Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVII, 
no.3:31 Interior. Pulpit. 


Virginia. Stafford County. Aquia Church. 
1757, Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:64 Exterior. South transept view. 


Virginia. Stafford County. Aquia Church. 
1757. Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.5:62 Exterior. Doorway on west view. 


Virginia. Stafford County. Aquia Church. 
1757. Mourning Richards, contractor. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVII, 
no.3:65 Exterior. Measured drawing of 
doorway on west view. 


Nir aimes, Tuckahoe Plantokon. 
€ nr. Rickwonk, Va. ) 


"Tace. «oec Plantation 
Apollo In 1183 PP 100-101 
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(NI. A2355) 


Virginia, Universitv of Virginia. 


8107.101:plate 24 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. Garden walls. 


Virginia. "Westover." c.1737. 


8094,01-102R:0pp.p.96 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia. "Westover." c.1737. 


8094۰01-102۳ ۶ 0۳00۰۳۰81 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America, 
Exterior. Iron gates, 


Virginia. "Westover." c.1737. 


8107.101:plate 66 Chandler, The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Virginia. "Westover." c.1737. 


8107.101:plate 61 Chandler, The 
Colonial House. Exterior. Entrance 
door. 


US. Architecture. VA. Williamsburg 


Official Guide: F234 .W7g46 1985 
A-Z Reserve 


Virginia. Williamsburg. Blair House. 1 
8094,01-102R:0pp.p.69  Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. "Carter's Grove. 
17924. 


8094.01-102R:opp.p.76 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. House. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:9 Exterior. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. Randolph House. 
Before 1775, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.6:156 Exterior, Measured drawing 
of entrance, 


Virginia, Williamsburg. Randolph House. 
Before 1775, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.6:155 Exterior. Measured drawing 
of front elevation. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. Randolph House, 
Before 1775. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.6:154 Exterior. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. Randolph House. 
C.1750. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.69 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. Randolph House. 
c.1750. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:9 Exterior. 


Virginia, Williamsburg. Tazewell Hall. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.68 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America, 
Exterior. 


Virginia, Williamsburg. Tucker House. 


White Pine Seríes(8102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:8 Exterior. 


Virginia. Williamsburg. Wythe House, 


8107.101:plate 6 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Virginia. Yancey's Mills. Sign of the 
Green Teapot. 


8094,02-10350pp.p.217 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Virginia. Yorktown. Cottage. 


8107.101:plate 5 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Virginia. Yorktown. Moore House. 


8094,01-109R:0pp.p.68 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Virginia. Yorktown. Nelson Mansion. 


8107.101:plate 4 Chandler. The 
Colonial House, Exterior. 


Vogler House, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1819. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.2:202,plate CXIII Exterior. Window. 


Vogler House, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1819, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XV, 
noec:44 Exterior. Measured drawing of 
front elevation. 


Vogler House, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1819. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, 
no.2:45,plate XXIV Exterior. 


Vogler House, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1819. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, 
no.2:42,45 Exterior. Measured drawing 
of front and side elevations. 


Vogler House, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1819. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XV, 
no.2:41 Exterior. Entrance hood. 


Vogler House, Winston-Salem, N.C., 1819, 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XV, 
noe2:40,plate XXIII Exterior. 


Vose House, Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Dec.1916; vol.VII, 
no.2:19 Exterior. 


Vreeland House, Englewood, N.J., c.1818. 


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


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XI, 
no.3:9,plate XXVI Exterior. 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915; 
vol.I,no.5:11 Exterior. 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XI, 
noe5:16,plate XXIX Exterior. End view. 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


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


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, 
no,5415,plate XXVIII Exterior. Front 
doorway 。 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915; 
vol.I,no.35:2 Exterior. Front entrance. 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, 
no.3311 Exterior. Front view. 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XI, 
n0,5:12,15 Exterior. Measured drawing 
of elevations. 


Vreeland House, Nordhoff, N.J., c.1818. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.+XI, 
20.35:14 Exterior. Measured drawing of 
moldings. 


Wachovia Historical Society Building, 
Winston-Salem, N.C., 1794. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XV, 
no.2:35,plate XIX Exterior. 


Wachusett Pottery, Sterling, Mass., 1820. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)July 1932; 
vol.XXITI,no.1:19 Exterior. Before 1876. 


Wachusett Pottery, Sterling, Mass., 1820. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17) July 1932; 
vOl.XXIII,no.1:20 Exterior. 1877. 


Wade House, Greenbush, Wis., 1850. 


8094.02-1035:0pp.p.281 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Wadsworth Hall, Hiram, Me., 1800. 


8094.03-601:p.189 Historic Churches 
and Homes of Maine. Exterior. 


Wadsworth Hall, Hiram, Me., 1800. 


8094.03-601:p.189 Historic Churches 
and Homes of Maine. Interior. 


Wadsworth House, Cambridge, Mass., 1726. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.I,no.2:12 
Exterior, Entrance. 


Wadsworth House, Cambridge, Mass., 1726. 


White Pine Series (8102,58)vol.I,no.2:11 
Exterior. Front and side view. 


Wainwright House, Middlebury, Vt., 1807, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1918; 
vol.IV,no.6:9 Exterior. 


Wainwright House, Middlebury, Vt., 1807. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)1924;vol.X, 
no.3:15 Exterior. Cornice. 


Wainwright House, Middlebury, Vt., 1807. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1918; 
vol.IV,no.6:10 Exterior. Cornice 
detail. 


Wait House, South Lyme, Mass. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1916; 
vol.II,no.3:6 Exterior. 


Waldo House, Worcester, Mass., 1850, 
Elias Carter, arch. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A,17)0ct.1920;vol.XI, 
۲1۱0۰2:62 Exterior. 1851. 


Walker House, Stratford, Conn., c.1670. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1919; 
vol.V,no.1:12 Exterior. 


Walker House, Stratford, Conn., c.1670. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1919; 
vol.V,no.1:11 Exterior. Doorway. 


Walker Tavern, Cambridge Junction, Mich., 
1832. 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.280 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Walker Tavern, Cambridge Junction, Mich,, 
1854, 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.281 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Wallpaper. Maine. Kittery Point. 


8094.03-792:p.12,fig.15 Howells. 

The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Pepperrell, (Lady) House. 
Interior. Upper stair landing with 
piece of original wall paper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Marblehead. 


8107.10l:plate 90 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Lee, (Col. Jeremiah) 
Mansion. Interior. End of stair well. 
Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Maine. Norridgewock. 


8094.03-601:p.83 Historic Churches 
end Homes of Maine. Danforth Inn. 
Interior. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Bostone 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A,17)Nov.1918;vol.IX, 
n0,1:6,7,8,9,10 Otis House. Interior. 
Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Cambridge. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.1932; 
vol.XXII,no.3:109,110,111,113 Hicks 
House. Interior. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Danverse 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Feb.1912;vo1l.II, 
no.3:3 "King" Hooper-Peabody House. 
Interior. Upper hall. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Danversport. 


Old-Time N.E, (8096A.17)March 1912; 
vol.III,no.1:4 Fowler House. Interior. 
Front hall. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper, Mass. Danversporte 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Feb,1913;vol.III, 
20.35:25 Fowler House. Interior. Parlor. 
Wallpaper. Roman Chase. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Danversporte 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.,17)Feb.1913;vol.III, 
no,5:22 Fowler House. Interior. Parlor. 
Wallpaper. Roman Chase. 


Wallpaper. Mass, Danversport. 


Old-Time N.,E,(8096A,17)Feb,1913;vol.III, 
no.5:25 Fowler House, Interior. Sitting 
room. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Danversporte 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)March 1912; 
vol.III,no.1:5 Fowler House. Interior. 
Upper hall. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. East Dedham. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)0ct.1931; 
vol.XXII,no.2:50,53,54,55,56,57 
Boyden House. Interior. Wallpaper. 


d NN T TT ae 


Wallpaper. Mass. Marblehead.- 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Feb.1912;vol.II, 
no.3:5 Hooper House. Interior. Parlor. 
Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass, Newburyport. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A,17)April 1914; 
vol.V,no.1:20 Williams House. Interior. 
Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Quincy. 


8094.01-102Rsopp.p.160 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Quincy House. Interior. Dining room. 
Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Salem. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)July 1920; 
voleXI,no.1:36  Lindall-Barnard-Andrews 
House. Interior. Parlor. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Mass. Somerville, 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)April 1921; 
vol.XI,no.4:175 Robinson Round House. 
Interior. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. N.H. Keene. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)April 1914; 
vol.V,no.1:13 Perry House. Interior. 


Wallpaper. 


Taverns. N.H. Peterboro. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)April 1914;vol.V, 
no.1:ll Wilson Tavern. Exterior. 


Wallpaper. N.H. Portsmouth. 


8107.101:plate 108 Chandler. The 
Colonial House.  Boardman House. 
Interior, Entrance hall. Wallpaper. 
"The Lady of the Lake." 


Wallpaper. N.H. Portsmouth. 


8094.05-792:p.98,fig.112 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Wentworth, (Governor 
Benning) House. Interior. Parlor. 


Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. N.H. Portsmouth. 


8094.03-792:p+.114,fig.132 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Woodbury House. Interior. 
Bedroom. Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. Vermont. Windsor. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)April 1914; 
vol.V,no.1:14 Sabin House. Interior. 
Wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. R.I. Providence. 


'8094.05-901:plate 168 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Carrington 
House, Interior. Parlor. Pedimented 
mantel, doorways, and early nineteenth 
century Chinese wallpaper. 


Wallpaper. R.I. Providence. 


8094,03-90lsplate 155 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Islanċ,  Larcher House. 
Interior. Back parlor. Wallpaper. 
Dufour's "Banks of the Bosphorus," 
printed in 1816. 


Wallpaper. R.I., Providence. 


8094.05-901:plate 154 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Larcher House, 
Interior. Front parlor. Wallpaper. 
Dufour's "Monuments of Paris," printed 
in 1815. 


Wallpaper. R.I. Providence. 


8094.03-901:plate 98 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Tillinghast, 
(Capt. Joseph) House. Interior. Hallway, 
stairs, wainscoting and old Gothic 
Revival wallpaper. 


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Walpole Meeting House, Bristol, Me., 
1772. 


8094.03-601:p.61 Historic Churches 
and Homes of Maine. Exterior. 


Walpole Meeting House, Bristol, Me., 
1772. 


8094.03-601:p.61 Historic Churches 
and Homes of Maine. Interior. Pulpit. 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., 
c.1675. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)July 1927; 
vol.XVIII,no.1:21 Exterior. 


Wanton-Lvman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., 
before 1700. 


8094.05-901:p.66 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island, Exterior. 
Drawinge 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, Rele 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.1950;vol.XXI, 
noe2:57 Exterior. 1930. 


Wanton-Lvman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., 
c.1675. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17) July 1927; 
vol.XVIII,no.1:25 Interior. North room. 
Fireplace. 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, Rele, 
C.1675. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)July 1927; 
vOl.XVIII,no.1:27 Interior. Parlor. 
Fireplace. Panellinge 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., 
c.1675. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)July 1927; 
vol.XVIII,no.1:25 Interior. South room. 
Fireplace. 


Wanton-Lvman-Hazard House, Newport, Rele, 
Ce 1675, 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17) July 1927; 
Vol ۰26۷ 111 و‎ 0 Interior. Staircase. 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., l 


before 1700. 


8094,05-901:plate 17 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior. 
Stairs. 


4 
4 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., 
before 1700. 


8094۰05-9012 :plate 16 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior. Upper 
south chamber. 


Wanton-Lyman-Hazard House, Newport, R.I., 
before 1700, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1922; 
vol.VIII,no.5:4 Exterior. 


Ward Barn, Shrewsburv, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Oct.19283 vol.XIX, 
no.2:71 Interior. 


Ward House, Salem, Mass., 1684, 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.1936; 
vol.XXVI,no.3:Back cover Interior. 
Parlor. 


Ward House, Salem, Mass., 1634. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.I,no.1:12 
Exterior. 


Nard House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1730. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Aoril 1927; 
vol.XVII,no.4:146 Exterior. 


Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1750, 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)Apri1 1927; 
vol.XVII,no.4:151 Exterior. East 
elevation. 


Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1730. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)April 1927; 
VOl.XVII,no.4:150 Exterior. Elevation. 
Doorway. 


Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1730. 


Old-Time N.E.(A096A.17)Anril 1927; 
vol.XVII,no.4:150 Exterior. Front 
elevation. Section. 


Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1750, 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Apri1 1927; 
vol.XVII,no.4:149 Interior. Attic. 
C.1910. 


Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1730. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Aoril 1927: 
vol.XVII,no.4:153 Interior. Second 
floor vlan. 


Yard House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1730. 


Old-Time N.F. (8096A.17)Anril 19273 
vol.XVIT,no.4:152 Interior. First 
floor nlan. 


Ward House, Shrewsbury, Mass., 1730. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17) April 1927; 
vol.XVII,no.4:148 Interior. Kitchen. 
6۰1910 。 


Warner House, Portsmouth, N.H. 


See 


Macpheadris-Warner House, Portsmouth, N.H. 


Warren House, Bristol, R.I., c.1800, 
Russell Warren, arch. 


8094,03-901 plate 176 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Exterior. 


Warren Ladies! Seminary, Warren, R.I., 
C.1854. 


8094.03-901:p.455 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island. Exterior. Old litho- 
graph. 


Washburn Academy, North Scituate, 
R.I. 


See 


Lapham Institute, North Scituate, R.I. 


Washburne Tavern, Delton, Wis, 


8094.02-103:0pp.p.288 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


U.S. Architecture. Washington. Lake Washington 
Houses. Kennv G 


"Arch itectural Digest Visits Kenny G" By Richard Landry 
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST 


August 1997 pp.96-103,166 
NA730.C2A7 


U. S. Architecture, Washington D.C. Churches. 
National Cathedral 


“Architect: Henry Vaughan 
per article on Vaughan's St. Margaret's Convent 
Chapel, Boston 


ALLIANCE LETTER Jan 1990 
p.3 NA108.B67 B667x 


U. S. Architecture. Washington, D.C. Churches. 
National Cathedral. 


Some of the sculpture and carvings were done bv 
Charles H. Pizzano. 


Ref. Obits. for Pizzano in BH 2/27/87 and BG 2/28/87. 


| Wash a (vest bidas (od Pension Bd 


Toc reference s io Lula as home 
As ta Nadisnal Lans Mo v^ SER; 


Wd OL. Wuseoms. Naked. Dll. Museum. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASH. D.C. GOVT BLDGS. THE CAPITOL 


Washington D.C. . The Capitol 


"Benjamin Latrobe: Architect of a Young Nation's 
Neoclassical Spirit" by Roger G. Kennedy in 


Architectural Digest, Sept. 1991 (page 26 ) 


Article includes biographical information on Latrobe 
and the building of the Capitol. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON,D.C. GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 
U.S. CAPITOL 


"Stephen Hallet's Designs for the U.S. Capitol" 
WINTERTHUR PORTFOLIO Autumn 1992 p.145-170, illus. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON, D.C. GOVT.BLDS. COURTS. 


District of Columbia. Washington, Court 
House. c‚, 1320, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
n0.6:328,plate CLXXXVI Exterior. End 
pavilion--front view. 


v. s. ARCHITECTURE. WASH. D.C. GOVT.BLDGS. B cM 


District of Columbia. Nonius Dent 
House, c.1820. 


White Pine Series(8102.,58)vol.XVI, 
noe6:350,plate CLXXXVIII Exterior. Side 
view. 


U.S. ARCH. WASHINGTON D.C. GOVT. BLDGS. ^C^URTHOUSES 


District of Columbia. Washington. Court 
House, c.1820. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.6:329,plate CLXXXVII Exterior. 
Central portico--front view. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS. 
COURTHOUSES. SUPREME COURT 


ARCHITECTURE, Dec 1935 pp.300-334, plans, photos, 
illus. (4090.313) 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON, D.C. GOVERNMENT BLDGS. 
COURTHOUSES, SUPREME COURT BUILDING 


See: ANTIQUES October 1985 NK1125.A3 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. HOUSES. GRANGER HOUSE 
U, Wi 
District of Columbia. Granger House. 
8094,01-102R:frontis. Lathrop. 


Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


U.S. Architecture. Washington D.C. Houses. Kennedv, 
Edward M. and Mrs. 


"Senator and Mrs. Edward M. Kennedy: Light an d: 
Warmth define their private family refuge in Wash D.C." 
by Roland Flamini 


interior design by Josepha B. Faley, ASID 


ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST Nov 1999 
pp.210-219 photos NA730.C2 A7 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. HOUSES. POPE- 
LEIGHEY HOUSE 


The Pope-Leighey House is one Frank Lloyd Wright's 
Usonian houses (houses designed for "the common man"). 
The house was designed for Loren Pope who moved out after 
seven years, needing a larger place. Marjorie Leighey 
was the second owner who donated it to the National 
Trust for Historic Preservation in 1964 when it was 
comndemned to make way for Interstate 66 in Falls Church, 
Virginia. The house was dismantled and rebuilt at the 
nearest Trust property, Woodlawn Plantation near Mount 
Vernon, Virginia. See article in the Winter 1996 issue 
of Echoes, p. 14... 


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U. S. Architecture. Washington, D.C. Libraries. 


Librarv of Congress. 


Charcoal studies bv Robert Reid of the five panels 
with allegorical figures illustrating the five senses 
The finished panels are located on the vaulted ceilin 
of the north corridor of the Librarv. Illus. of the 
studies and brief description in: 

THE ARTS OF AMERICAN RENAISSANCE, pp. 90-1. 

N6510. A787 ۱666 x 


WASHINGTON, D.C.  MONUMENTS 


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Washington Monument - series of revisions over 
past century obscured much of Robert Mills's 
original scheme. Notter Finegold + Alexander 

are proposing 'subtractive ' process to peel away 
concealing layers... 


Arch. Record Jan 1992 p.17 Ln 


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WASHINGTON D.C.  MONUMENTS 


“Report from Washington II: Alternative Monuments'' 
Art in America Feb 1991 p.72-81 


New outdoor sculptures have begun to appear in 
D.C.'s public spaces, despite the capital's shortage 
of open plazas and its surplus of skepticism. 


Photos, some color. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MONUMENTS. KOREAN 
WAR VETERANS MEMORTAL 


INTERIORS (8092.212) , August 1995, p. 10 , col. illus 

PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE. (NA1.P7), Aug. 1995, p.25, 
col illus. 

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD (NA1.A6) و‎ Jan. 1996, p.17,19,21 
photos, models, drawings, site plans 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE (SB469.L3) , Feb 1996, p.152+ 


LOTUS INTERNATIONAL No. 93 1997 (NA9.L6) pp.64-75 
illus,pt.col,plans 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MONUMENTS. KOREAN 
WAR MEMORIAL 


See Inventory of American Paintings; search by 
A-Cooper-Lecky or K=Korean War (choose 1986 = commissios 
date; 1995 = completion date) (IAP entry has good 
description) 


U.S. Architecture. Washington, D.C. Monuments. 
Korean war Veterans Memorial 


"Korean war Veterans Memorial" by David Finn 
(7'3" - 7'6" tall) 

"19 soldiers, seven feet tall (reflected in adjacent 
polished granite wall, making the total number a 
symbolic 28, representing the thirty-eighth parallel 
dividing North and South Korea and the thirty eight 
months the war lasted from 1950 to 1953 " 
Architects: Cooper Lecky 
Sculptor of Figures: Frank C. Gaylord II 
Cost: $38 million SCULPTURE REVIEW Spring 1998 
Date: 1995 pp.22-. 25 photos 
Roughened stainless steel with dark patina 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MONUMENTS. KOREAN 
WAR MEMORIAL 


See also Quick Reference 


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


In 1955, a joint resolution of Congress established the 
FDR Memorial Commission to build a memorial to this 
great president. In Sept. 1959 a site was reserved in 
West Potomac Park bv Public Law 86-214. First design 
commission was held in 1960; 547 submissions were 
received. The chosen design was abandoned in 1965 in the 
face of public controversv and a subsequent design was 
also rejected by the Commission of Fine Arts in 1967. In 
the spring of 1974, the FDR Commission decided to hold 
another competition bv invitation. Lawrence Halperin's 
design was chose. Memorial opened 1997, 
REF: WE FDR MEMORIAL by L. Halperin. 
„19323 1997 Photos.. full list of design team. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MONUMENTS. ROOSEVELT, 
FRANKLIN DELANO 


Editorial : ''An Explicit Memorial'' bv Robert A. Ivv 
7.5 acre site, granite walls 12 feet high 


ARCHITECTURAL RECORD July 1997 p.11 
NA1.A6 


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


"The Power of Place" by J. William THompson 


Landscape Architects : Lawrence Halprin, memorial designe: 
Dan Morris, Paul Scardina and Sarah Guttman, project 
landscape architects 


Artists: Leonard Baskin, Neil Estern, Robert Graham, Tom 
Hardy, and George Segal, sculptors; John Benson,inscrip- 
tions 


„ Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, dedicated May 7 
a landscape, breaking with the tradition that the great are 
memorialized only by structures" 


'Conceptuallv designed in 1974 bv Lawrence Halprin, 

and, following decades of bureaucratic delavs over 
appropriations, finallv built over a period of thirtv 
months, staring in 1994; the total cost: $48 million. 

It contains 4,000 block of South Dakota carnelian granite, 
the heaviest of which weighs thirtv-nine tons — in all, 
enough to construct an eight-storv building.. footprint 
covers seven and a half acres, as long as three football 
fields'' 


LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Julv 1997 
pp.62-71, 90-94 illus SB469.L3 


U.S. ARCH. WASHINGTON D.C. MONUMENTS, VIETNAM WOMEN'S... 
d Washington, DC. Vietnam Women's Memorial Project 


Winners of design competition: Eileen Barry and 
Robert Desmond. 

Winning design will incorporate Barrv's bronze 
female soldier and Desmond's mist-emitting 
marble surface.. 

To be set near Vietnam Veterans Memorial in 
Washington. 

To be completed in 1992. 


REF: SCULPTURE, e Jan/Feb. 1991, p. 11 


U.S.ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MONUMENTS. 
VIETNAM WOMEN'S MEMORIAL 


"Glenna Goodacre Sculpts Vietnam Women's Memorial" 


AMERICAN ARTIST Aug 1993 p.66 illus 


U.S. Arch. Washington, D.C. Monument, Vietnam Memorial, 
U.S. -Washington, DC. Vietnam Memorial. 


It has been suggested that architect's Maya Lin's 
inspiration for this memorial may have been the 
list of names on the World War II memorial at 
Phillips Exeter prep school in Exeter, NH where she 
taught one summer; this memorial plaque stands in 
the school's assembly hall and is simple, stark, 
and sad. Ross Perot bankrolled the design com- 
petition for the Vietnam Memorial, and then was 
reportedly outraged when the Lin's design was 
chosen. 


REF: ''Ask the Globe'', BG, Julv 8, 
1993, p. 48 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON. D.C. MONUMENTS. 
WASHINGTON MONUMENT 


"Graves to Wrap Monument" 


Michael Graves, architect, "will cover the 555-foot- 
high obelisk with a blue-gridded translucent fabric 
to veil scaffolding while the structure undergoes 
extensive renovation. .. structure will be closed for 
four months of elevator and climate-control repairs, 
then open for restoration that could go on beyond 2000." 

ART IN AMERICA Feb 1998 p.29 

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N1.A43 


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U.S. ARCHITECTURE. .. WASH. D.C. 
MUSEUMS. U.S. HOLOCAUST MUSEUM 


"Permanent Witness" ARCH. RECORD July 1993 p.58-68, 
illus, plans. 


Architects: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners 
Associated Architects: Notter, Finegold & Alexander 


285,000 SF steel, brick, limestone 


Architecture. U. S. Washington, DC. Museums. 
HOLOCAUST MUSEUM. 


Architect: James I. Freed of Pei, Cobb, Freed and 
Partners. 


"The Holocaust Museum: remembering a nightmarish 


episode in history." ANTIQUES & THE ARTS WEEKLY, 
Aug. 6, 1993:148. Illus. 


U.S. Architecture. Washington D.C. Museums. Museum 
of the American Indian 


"Smithsonian Institution recently fired the architects 
for the $110-million Museum of the American Indian.. 


Douglas J. Cardinal Architects of Canada and GBQC 
Architects of Philadelphia 


Another firm hired; using Cardinal's design- he will ult 
ART IN AMERICA July 1998 p.110 
N1.A43 


(Cardinal is of Blackfoot ancestry) 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASH. D.C. MUSEUMS. NATIONAL 
MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN (SMITHSONIAN) 


Art in America April 1993 p.31 


“Ottawa architect Douglas Cardinal has been named 
designer of the Smithsonian Institution's new 

National Museum of the American Indian in Wash.D.C.. 

A member of the Blackfoot tribe, Cardinal has designed 
the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Ottawa..." 


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Washington, D.C. Museums. Smithsonian Inst. Museum 
of African Art and Sackler Gallerv of Oriental Art. 


Designed bv Jean-Paul Carlhian of Boston's Sheplev, 
Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbott. 96% of this complex 
is underground. 


ref: "Masterful Placemaking Beside the Mall" ARCHI- 
TECTURE (Nov. 1987) pp. 42-49. 
Plans, sections, color photos of exterior 
and interior. 


see also: references to Shepley, Bulfinch,... and 


Carlhian. 


U.S. Architecture. Washington D.C. Museums. Smithsonian 
Museum of theAmerican Indian 


See also Washington DC. Museums. Museum of the American 
Indian 


U.S. Architecture. Washington, D.C.. Museums. Smith- 
sonian Institutión, Freer Gallery of Art. Peacock 
Room. 


"Polishing the Peacock Room: The Freer Gallerv's 
Great Treasure Glitters Once Again" by Kenneth Baker, 


Architectural Digest, March 1993:26. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MUSEUMS. 
(1.5 HOLOCAUST MUSEUM 


United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on the 
southeastern edge of the Mall. Designed by architect 
James Ingo Freed ot Pei Cobb Freed $ Partners of NY 
approx 40,000 SF of permanent exhibition space... 

to open April 22, 1993... 


Article and illus. in ARTNEWS Apr. 1993 p.40,41 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MUSEUMS. 
U.S. HOLOCAUST MUSEUM 


"U.S. Holocaust Museum Challenges Literal Architectu- 
ral Interpretations of History" 


ARCH. RECORD May 1993 p.27 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON D.C. MUSEUMS. 
U.S. HOLOCAUST MUSEUM 


"Art and Memory" ART IN AMERICA Nov. 1993 pp.90-99 
illus. 


U.S. Architecture. Washington, DC. Museums. 
UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM. 


"Holocaust Museum opens to acclaim." PROG. ARCH., 
June 1993:19-20. Illus. 


Arch.: James Ingo Freed, of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. 


US, Washington, D.C. Museums. U.S. Holocaust 
Memorial Museum 


Architect: Pei Cobb Freed and Partners. 
1986-93. 


REF: ARCHITECTURE IN NORTH AMERICA SINCE 1960 
NA712.T97 1995 
pp. 286-289: b/w photos (int. and ext.), 
lst floor plan, concourse level plan, 5th 
floor plan, sections, description. 
pp. 306-307: project specificat^ons, 
bibliography, biog. notes re. principals. 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. i ', WASHINGTON 2.C 
MUSEUMS ^4" HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM er 


"The Storyteller: Jeshajahu Weinberg of the U.S. Holo- 
caust Memorial Museum. P 


MUSEUM NEWS Mar/Apr 1993 p.40-43, 51 


*Director of the museum 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASH.D.C. 
MUSEUMS NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN. 


Slated to open in 2001 at the foot of Capitol Hill 


in the last available site on the Mall. Will be 
260,000 SF 


Designers: Geddes Brecher Qualls Cunningham .& 
Douglas Cardinal, Architect, Ltd 
Landscape: Jone & Jones and EDAW Inc 


LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE July 1993 p.22 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON, D.C. MUSEUMS. 
NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM. 


See ANTIQUES Oct. 1985 pp.724-731 
NK1125.A3 


U.S. Architecture. Washington D.C. Museums. U.S. Holocaust 
Memorial Museum 


"Tower of Faces" three-storv "Tower of Faces" contains 
more than 1300 photo album pictures taken during the 
1920's and 1930's in the small Lithuanian town of 
Ejszyszki..." illustrated in ad for Maltbie Exhibit 
BUilders and Contractors 


REF: Museum News May/June 1994 
inside front cover 


8073.396 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON, D.C. PARKS. 
PEACE GARDEN 


"Lessons from the Peace Garden" 


LANDSCAPE ARCHITECUTRE Sept 1993 p.112 


Washington. Octagon House. 1800. 


8107.10l:plate 114 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior, 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WASHINGTON, SEATTLE. EXPERIENCE 
MUSIC PROJECT. 


The "Experience Music Project" in Seattle, formerly known 
as the Jimi Hendrix Museum, is being designed by Frank 

O. Gehry & Associates with local architects, Loschky 
Marquardt and Nesholm. Article discussing the new museum 
with a color photograph in the December 1996 issue of 
ARCHITECTURE (p. 31). 


4092.208 


US. Arch. Washington Seattle. StR Auemuc_ 
Thootra 


aneh. RC. Rewman and Gustau Liljestrom 
Soo". Theatre Hisioucal Sean Annual , 194€ 
NA 6830 ۷ H$&7 


Washington Hotel, Princess Anne, Md. 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.209 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Washington House, Charleston, S.C., c.1768. 


8094.01-102R:+0pp+.p+. 33 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Washington House, Charleston, S.C., c.1768. 


8107.101:plate 22 Chandler. The 
Colonial House, Exterior. Gateway. 


Washington House, Fredericksburg, Va. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
20.35:84 Exterior. 


Washington House, Fredericksburg, Va. 


White Pine Series (8102.,58)Feb.1916; 
YvOl.II,no4.1:10 Exterior. 


Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, 
1727. 


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


Es, 


Washington's Headquarters, 
Williamsburg, Va. 


See 


Wythe House, Williamsburg, Va. 


Waterhouse House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1700. 


8094.03-792:p.139,fig.175 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. 


Waterman House, Warren, R.I., c.1820. 


8094.05-901:plate 156 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior. 
Parlor. Mantel. 


Waters House, Salem, Mass, 


8107.101:plate 26 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Interior. Staircase, 


Watson House, East Windsor Hill, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1923; 
vol.IX,no.2:10 Exterior. 


Watson House, Providence, R.I., c.1818, 
John Holden Greene, arch. 


8094.03-901:plate 145 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Exterior. 
Doorway. 


Waynesborough, Paoli, Penn., 1724, 


8094۰01-102۳ ۶ 00۳۰۳۰575 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Wayside, Concord, Mass, 


8094.05-71A:p.60 Interesting Houses 
of New England. Exterior, 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.1929;vo1l.XX, 
no.2:50 Exterior. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17) 06۷۰1929701 XX, 
no.2:59 Exterior. East end. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.19295;vo1.XX, 
no.2:53 Exterior. West end. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)0ct.1929;vol.XX, 
noe2:62 Interior. First floor plan. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Oct,1929;vol.XX, 
no.2:63 Interior. Second floor plan. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.1929;vol.XX, 
noe2:61 Interior. Sitting room. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


noe2:54 Interior. Tower room. 


"Wayside", Concord, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.19295 vol.XX, 
noe2:55 Interior. Tower room. 


Wayside Inn, Scarsdale, N.Y. 
See 


Woman's Club, Scarsdale, N.Y. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)July 19243 vol.XV, 
no.1:27 Exterior. c.1880. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass. 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.64 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 
Garden. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass. 


8094.05-71A:p.1 Interesting Houses 
of New England. Exterior. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass, 


8094,02-105:0pp.p.72 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Interior. 
Kitchen, 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass, 


8094.02-103:0pp.p.75 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Interior. 
Lafayette room. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass. 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.75 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Interior. 
Tap-room. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass. 


8094,02-103toppepe 72 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


| Wayside Inn, South Sudbury, Mass. | 


$ 
Old-Time N.E.(9096A.17)July 1931; 
vol.XXII,no.1:43 Exterior. c.1880. 


Wayside Inn, Sudbury, Mass. 


8094.03-71A:p.2 Interesting Houses 
of New England. Interior. Tap-room. 


Weaver House, East Greenwich, R.I., 1679. 


8094,03-901splate 4 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Exterior. 


^ 


Weaver House, East Greenwich, R.I., 1679, 


8094.035-901:p.52 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island. Exterior. Sketches 
by Norman Morrison Isham. 


Weaver House, East Greenwich, R.I., 1679. 


8094.03-901:p.34 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island. Interior. Drawing of 
sheathed entrance, hall and stairs, 


Weaver House, East Greenwich, R.I,, 1679, 


8094.03-901 :p.32 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island. Interior. Floor plan. 
Sketches by Norman Morrison Isham. 


Weaver House, East Greenwich, R.I,, 1679, 


8094.05-901:plate 5 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior, 
Restored room. 


Webb House, East Marion, L.I., N.Y., 
c.1790. 


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


Webb House, East Marion, Lele, N.Y., 41790. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1919; 
vol.V,no.2:2 Exterior. Doorway. 


Webb House, East Marion, L.I., N.Y., 1702. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1921; 
vol.VII,no.2:6 Exterior. Doorway. 


Webb House, East Marion, L.I., N.Y., 
c.1790. 


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


Webb House, Orient, L.I., N.Y. 


White Pine Series (£102.58)1924;vol.X, 
no.2:6 Exterior. Cornice. 


NE 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., 0 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, 
no.2:14,plate XVIII Interior. 
"Washington chamber." 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1753. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, 
10۰2 و5‎ 01816 XII Interior. Stair hall. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., 0 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XI, 
no.2:10,11 Interior. Parlor. Measured 
drawing of mantel, wall, panelling, and 
china closet. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1753. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, 
no.2:12,plate XVI Interior. First 
floor parlor. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1755. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XI, 
no.2:13,plate XVII Interior. Dining 
room. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1753. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1921; 
vol.VII,no.5:4 Exterior. Porch. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1753. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XI, 
noe2:9 Exterior. Main entrance. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1755. 


White Pine Series (8102,58)April 1923; 
vol.IX,no.2:4 Exterior. Doorway. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1753. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1923; 
vol.IX,no.2:5 Exterior. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., c.1755. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, 
no.2:15,plate XIX Interior. Corner 
cupboard. 


Webb House, Wethersfield, Conn., 1752. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)May 1916; vol.VII, 
no.1:21 Interior. Cunboard, 


Webb House, Windham, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)19245vol.X, 
noel:5 Exterior. 


Webb House, Windham, Conne 


White Pine Series(8102,58)1924;vol.X, 
noel:6 Exterior. East porch. 


Webb House, Windham, Conn. 


White Pine Series (2102.58)1924;5vol.X, 
no.1:6 Exterior. Side door. 


ennn 


Webster House, West Hartford, Conn., 
c. 1676, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XI, 
no.2:8,plate XV Interior. 


Wendell, (Abraham) House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
c.1813. 


8094.03-792:p.187,fig.251 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. 


Wendell, (Abraham) House, Portsmouth, 
63518185 


8094.03-792:p.18€,fig.250 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Entrance. 


Wendell, (Jacob) House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1789. 


8094.03-792:p.55,fir.58 Howells. 

The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. General exterior 
view. ۱ 


Wendell, (Jacob) House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1789. 


8094.03-792:p.54,fig.59 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Coach house. 


Wendell, (Jacob) House, Portsmouth, N.H,, 
1789. 


8094.03-792:p.54,fig.60 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Garden plan. 


Wendell, (Jacob) House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1789, 


8094.05-792:p.55,flg.61 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior, Stair hall. 


Wendell, (Jacob) House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1789. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1921; 
vol.VII,no.1:"7 Exterior. 


Wendell, (Jacob) House, Portsmouth, N.E., 
1789. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)Feb.1921; 
vol.VII,no.1:8 Exterior. Entrance. 


— -— "—- c——— 


Wentworth, (Col. Joshua) House, Portsmouth, 
N.H., 1770. 


8094.03-792:p.126,fig.152 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. 


Wentworth, (Col. Joshua) Eouse, Portsmouth, 
N.E., 1770. 


8094.05-792:p.126,fig.155 Howells. 
Ihe Architectural Heritage of the 


Piscataqua. Exterior, South east 
elevation. 


Wentworth, (Col. Joshua) House, Portsmouth, 
N.H., 1770. 


8094,03-792:p.128,f1g.155 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Main stair 
hall. Details of balusters. 


Wentworth, (Col. Joshua) House, Portsmouth, 
N.E., 1770. 


8094,03-7925p.129,fig.156 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
21568890118. Interior. Main stair 
hall. Details of newell post and post. 


Wentworth, (Col. Joshua) House, Portsmouth, 
N.H., 1770. 


8094.03-792:p.127,fig.154 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. North elevation 
of main stair hall. 


Wentworth, (Col. Paul) House, Salmon 
Falls, N.E., 1701. 


8094.05-792:p.151,fig.158 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.19£8; 
vol.XIX,no.£:cover and vage 50 Exterior. 


Wentworth, (Col. Paul) House, Salmon 
Falls; Nele, 1701- 


8094,03-7921p.130,fig.157 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior and garden. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.19£85 vol.XIX, 
10۰2558 Exterior. Front door. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.19285 vol.XIX, 
no.£:61 Interior. Bedroom. Panelled 
wall. l 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.19£85 vol.XIX, 
no.£:59 Interior. Bedroom. East front. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.19£8; vol.XIX, 
no.2:162 Interior. Corner cupboard, 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Oct.1928;vol.XIX, 
no,2264 Interior. First floor plan. 


Wentworth, (Col. Paul) House, Salmon | 


Falls, N.H., 1701. 


8094,03-7925p.131,fig.159 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. First and 
second floor plans. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.19£8; vol. XIX, 
no.£:265 Interior. Front entry staircase. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls; N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)0ct.19283vol.XIX, 
no.2:65 Interior. Second floor vlan. 


Wentworth House, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1701. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.19285 vol.XIX, 
no.2:60 Interior. West parlor. Fireplace. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H,, 1750. 


8094.03-792:p.99,fig.114 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscatagua. Exterior. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1750. 


8094.03-792:p.97,fig.110 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. General view 
from water. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1750. 


8094.05-792:p.29,fig.115 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Council chamber. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1750. 


8094.03-792:p.98,fig.111 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Dining room. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1750. 


8094,03-7921p.98,fig.112 Howells. 


The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Parlor. 


Wallpaper. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1750. 


8107.101:plate 45 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


Wentworth, (Governor Benning) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., 1750. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1921; 
vol.VII,no.1:5 Exterior. 


Wentworth, (Governor John) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., c.1769. 


8094.05-792:p.22,fig.25 Howells. 


The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Front view. 


Wentworth, (Governor John) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., c.1769. 


8094.05-792:p.25,f1g.25 Howells. 


The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Garden plan. 


Wentworth, (Governor John) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., c.1769. 


8094.03-792:p.21,fig.22 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Gate and 
entrance doorway. 


Wentworth, (Governor John) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., c.1769. 


8094.05-792:p.24,fig.26 Howells. 


The Architectural Heritage of the 
. 215681880118. Interior. Original mantel. 


Wentworth, (Governor John) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., c.1769. 


8094.05-792:p.25,f1g.24 Howells. 


Ihe Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Stair hall. 


Wentworth, (Governor John) House, 
Portsmouth, N.H., c.1"769. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Dec.1922; 
vol.VIII,no.6:9 Exterior, Fence and 
fence posts. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)May 1916;vol.VII, 
no.1:20 Interior. Front hall and stairs. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.03-792:p.83,fig.94 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Elevation of 
doorway. 


Wentwor th-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.035-792:p.82,fi1g.05 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Elevation of 
main facade. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 

8094.03-792:p.75,fT1g.82 Howells. 

The Architectural Heritage of the 

Piscataqua, Exterior. Entrance door. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.03-792:p.73,fig.79 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. General exterior 


view. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.05-792:p.74,fig.81 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Wooden pine- 
apple over front door. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, 
1760. 


8094.05-792:p.80,fig.90 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Bedroom, 
Panelling. 


Wentworth-Gardner Semi Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.03-792:p.77,fig.84 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Dining room. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094,03-7921p.85,fig.96 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Dining room. 
Elevation. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.03-792:p.80,f1g.89 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Dining room. 
Fire-place. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.03-792:p.84,fig.95 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Elevation of 
doorways in entrance hall. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.05-792:p.78,f1g.85 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Lower run of 
stair. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.03-792:p.75,fig.80 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Main floor 
plan. 


Wentwor th-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760, 


8094.03-792:p.79,fig.88 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. North drawing 
room. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094,03-7921p.79,fig.87 Howells. 
Ihe Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior, Second story 
hall. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760, 


8094,03-7921p.81,fig.91 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. South drawing 
room. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.05-792:p.76,fig.85 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Stairway. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760. 


8094.05-792:p.78,fig.86 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscatagua, Interior. Upper run of 
stair. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H,, 
1760, 


8094.03-7923p.81,fig.92 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Upstairs bed 
room. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760, 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Feb.1921; 
vol.VII,no.1:15 Exterior. 


Wentworth-Gardner House, Portsmouth, N.H., 
1760, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1921; 
vol.VII,no.2:11 Exterior. Doorway. 


. West Church, Boston, Mass., 1806, Asher 
Benjamin, arch. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)April 1930;vol.XX, 
10۰4۶165 Exterior. 


West Church, Boston, Mass., 1806, Asher 
Benjamin, arche 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)April 1930;vol.XX, 
۲0۰4۶165 Interior. Pulpit. c.1875. 


West School House, Carlisle, Mass., 1840. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.1932; 
vol.XXIII,no.2:54 Exterior. (Used as a 
dwellins-1932) 


U.S. ARCHITECTURE. WEST VIRGINIA. CHARLESTON. 
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS. COURTHOUSES 
Arch: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 


The new courthouse in Charleston, West Virginia, which 
will be located downtown north of the Kanawha River near 
other government buildings, is the first courthouse to 
be programmed following the revised "U.S. Courts Design 
Guide" released by the Administrative Office of the 
United States Courts in 1991. The structure is 

expected to be completed in September 1997. The 

article includes a black and white illustration. 


REF: ARCHITECTURE, January 1996, p. 70. 


4092, 208 


West Virginia. White Sulphur Springs. 
Madison House. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Aug.1917; 
vol.III,no.4:7 Exterior. 


West Virginia. White Sulphur Springs, 
"Paradise Row." 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Aug.1917; 
vol.III,no.4:2 Exterior. 


Westervelt House, Cresskill, Nede, c.1800. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)Dec.1915; 
vol.I,no.5:11 Exterior. 


Westminster Street Congregational Church, 
Providence, R.I., c.1840, James Bucklin 
and Russell Warren, archs. 


8094.05-901:p.458 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island, Exterior. Old litho- 


graph. 


"Westover," Virginia, c.1737. 


8094 . 01-1021 ۶ 00۳۰0۰96 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of earlv America. 
Exterior, 


"Westover," Virginia, c.1737. 


8094.01-102R:opp.p.81 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. Iron gates. 


"Westover," Virginia, c.1737. 


8107.101:plate 66 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


"Westover," Virginia, c.1737. 


8107.101:plate 61 Chandler. The 
Colonial House, Exterior. Entrance 
door. 


Wetherald House, Deerfield, Mass., 1752. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)0ct.1920; 
vol.VI,no.5:9 Exterior. 


Wheeler House, Orford, N.H., Charles 
Bulfinch, arch.? 


White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1916; 
vol.II,no.5:11 Exterior. 


Wheeler House, Oxford, N.H. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)0ct.1921; 
۷01۰۷ و11‎ 110۰:5616 Exterior. Vestibule. 


Wheelock House, Shrewsburv, Mass. 


01d-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.19283vo1.XIX, 
no.2:81 Exterior. 


Wheelwrieht Shop, Shrewsbury, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(80964.17)0ct.1928; vol.XIX, 
no.£:26 Exterior. c.1885, 


Wheelwright Shop, Shrewsburv, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Oct.1928;vol.XIX, 
no.2:73 Interior. 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8107.101:p1ate 47 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. End view. 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8107.101:plate 54 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Interior. Fireplace. 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8094.03-71A:p.39 Interesting Houses 
of New England. Exterior, 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8094.03-71A:p.40 Interesting Houses 
of New England. Interior. Kitchen. 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Masse, c.1650.- 


8094.01-104:plate 13 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Exterior. Western ende 


IÓ — ad ——— 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8094.01-104:p.18 Isham. Early American 
Houses. Interior. Floor plan. After 
restoration. 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8094.01-104:plate 29 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Interior. Hall 
chamber. 


Whipple House, Ipswich, Mass., c.1650. 


8094,0l-104:plate 30 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Interior. Hall 
chamber. 


Whipple House, Kittery, Me. 
See 


Cutt garrison house, Kittery, Me. 


Whipple House, Portsmouth, N.H., c.1760. 


8094.05-792:p.46,fig.50 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Garden front 
looking across coach yard. 


| Whipple House, Portsmouth, N.E., c.1760. 


8094,035-792:p.45,f1g.45 Howells. 

The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. General exterior 
view. 


Whipple House, Portsmouth, N.H., c.1760. 


8094.03-792:p.44,fig.47 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. Old coach yard. 


Whipple House, Portsmouth, N.H., c.1760. 


8094.03-792:p.45,fig.49 Howells. 

The Architectural Heritage of the 

21568880118. Interior. Lower stair 
hall. 


Whipple House, Portsmouth, N.H., c.1760. 


8094 . 05-792 : م‎ . 44 , 118 .46 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Upper part of 
stair. 


Whipple House, Portsmouth, N.H., c.1760. 


8094.03-792:p.45,fig.48 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Upper stair 
hall. 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682, 


8094,01-104:plate 10 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Exterior, 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682. 


8094.01-104:p.47 Isham. Early American 
Houses, Exterior. Window frame in 
gable. 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682. 


8094,01-104:plate 23 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Exterior and Interior. 


Windows. 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682. 


8094.01-104:p.25 Isham. Early American 
Houses, Frame, 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682, 


8094,0l-104:p.16 Isham. Early American 
Houses. Interior. First floor plan. 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682, 


8094,01-104:p."7 Isham. Early American 
Houses, Interior. Floor plan. 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682. 


8094.01-104:plate 20 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Interior. Inside door 
frame. 


Whipple-Matthews House, Hamilton, Mass., 
1682. 


8094.01-104:p.46 Isham. Early American 
Houses. Interior and Exterior. Window 
frames in front wall. 


——————————————— 


Whitcomb House, Portsmouth, N.H. 


8094.05-792:p.171,fig.225 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. 


White House, Belfast, Me., 1840, Calvin 
A. Ryder, arch. 


8094.03-601:p.113 Historic Churches 
and Homes of Maine. Exterior. 


White House, Belfast, Me., 1840, Calvin 
A. Ryder, arch. 


8094.03-601:p.113 Historic Churches 
and Homes of Maine. Interior. Staircase. 


"The White House," Charlestown, N.H. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)1924;vol.X, 
no.5:15 Exterior. Cornice and pilaster. 


"White House," Cooperstown, N.Y., 1802. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1925; 
vol.IX,no.3:11 Exterior, 


White House, Mansfield, Mass., 1703. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Apri1 1937; 
vol.XXVII,no.4:118 Exterior. 


White House, Stotham, Mass. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1920; 
vol.VI,no,2:7 Exterior. 


White House, Stotham, Mass, 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1920; 
vol.VI,no.2:8 Exterior. Main facade. 


White House, Watermill, L.I., N.Y., 1849. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1919; 
vol.V,no.2:13 Exterior. 


"White House of the Confederacy," Richmond, 
Va., 1818. 


8094.01-102Rsopp.p.81 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


White-Silsbee-Mott House, Salem, Mass., 
c.1818. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)May 1916;vol.VII, 
20.15:26 Exterior. 


"Whitehall", Middletown, R.I. 
See 


Berkeley House, Middletown, R.I. 


Whitehorse Tavern, Newport, Rele 


White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1922; 
vol.VIII,no.3:15 Exterior. 


Whitfield House, Guilford, Conn. 


8094,0l-104:plate 4 Isham. Early 
American Houses, Exterior. 


Whitford House, New Bern, N.C. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XIII, 
no.2:55,plate XVII Interior. Mantel. 


Whitman House, Farmington, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1916; 
vol.II,no.5:4 Exterior. 


Whitman House, Farmincton, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XII, 
no.2:5,plate LXXXIV Exterior. 


Whitman-Farnam House, Farmington, Conn. 


Old-Time N.E.(8098A.17)July 1924; vol .XV, 
no.1:5£ Exterior. 


Whitman House, Farmington, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)0ct.1923; 
vol.IX,no,5:5 Exterior. Overhang and 
doorway. 


Whitman House, Huntington, L.I., N.Y. 


8094۰01-102۳ ۶ 00۳۰۰35352 Lathrop. 
Fistoric houses of earlv America. 
Exterior. 


Whitman House, Lincoln, R.I., 1694, 


8094.03-901:p.44 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island. Drawing of frame. 


Whitman House, Lincoln, R.I., 1694, 


8094.05-901:p.166 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior. 
Door. Drawing. 


Whitman House, Lincoln, R.I., 1694. 


8094,05-901:p.4 Downing. Early Homes 
of Rhode Island, Interior, Floor plan. 


Whitney House, Westborough, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.19243;vol.XIV, 
no.3:130 Exterior. 1839. 


Whittier House, Haverhill, Mass, 


8094.03-71A:p.67 Interesting Houses 
of New England. Exterior. 


Wickes House, Warwick, R.I., 1745, 


8094.05-901:p.156 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Exterior. 
Hooded doorway. 


Wilbur House, Chatham Center, N.Y. 


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


Wildman House, Guilford, Conn., c.1700. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)May 19163vol.VIT, 
no.1:27 Exterior. 


Wildman House, Guilford, Conn., c.1700. 


Old-Time N, E. (209614. 17)May 1916; vol.VII, 
no.1:28 Exterior. 


Willard House, Deerfield, Mass. 


8094 . 01-1021 ۶ 00۳۰۰224 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 


White Pine Series (83102.58)1924;vol.X, 
no.5:11 President's House. Exterior. 


A SSA 


Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)1924;vol.X, 
no,5:15 President's House. Exterior. 
Cornice. 


Williams College, Williamstown, Mass, 


White Pine Series(8102,58)1924;vol.X, 
no.5:12 President's House. Exterior. 
Entrance, 


— 


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JO LOLT UT 47۲۳ sem 


‘ssen “pTeTJxeed “esnoy 
SWETTITM 949 Joyon 
uorasonb B ST 9J9UL 


Williams House, Deerfield, Mass. 


8107.101:plate 59 Chandier. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. Doorway. 


Williams House, Deerfield, Mass. 


8094.01-102R:0pp.p.225 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of early America. 
Exterior. 


Williams House, Deerfield, Mass. 


White Pine Series (8102.,58)Oet.1920; 
vol.VI,no.5:4 Exterior. 


Williams House, Deerfield, Mass. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1916; 
vol.II,no.5:9 Exterior. Doorway. 


Williams House, East Hartford, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)June 1916; 
vol.II,no.5:4 Exterior. 


Williams House, Northforá, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1923; 
vol.IX,no.2:8 Exterior. 


Williams House, Northford, Conn. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
noe2:217,plate CXXIV Exterior. Window. 


Williams House, Northford, Conn. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)April 1923; 
1701۰ و12‎ 10۰2۶7 Exterior. Doorway. 


Williams-Crouch House, Providence, R.I., 
c.1800. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1918; 
vol.IV,no.3:7 Exterior. 


"The Willows," Gloucester, N.J.,c.1720. 


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


"The Willows," Gloucester, N.J., c.1720. 


White Pine Series (83102.58)Feb.1916; 
vol.II,no.1:5 Exterior. 


Wilson House, Harwinton, Conn., 1833. 


White Pine Series (83102.58)0ct.1923; 
vol.IX,no.5:10 Exterior. 


Wilson Tavern, Peterborough, N.H. 


Old-Time N.E, (8096A.17)Jan.19323 
vol.XXII,no.5:141 Exterior. 1913. 


Wilson Tavern, Peterborough, N.H. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.1932; 
vol.XXII,n0.3:143 Interior. Well curb. 


Windham Bank, Windham, Conn., 1852, 


White Pine Series(8102,58)1924;vol.X, 
no.3:16 Exterior. Cornice. 


Windmills. Mass. Chatham. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.19313vol.XXI, 
noegtcover and page 108 Windmill. 
Exterior. 


Windmills. Mass. Easthame 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17) Jan.19313vol.XXI, 
no.3:107 Windmill. Exterior. 1920. 


Windmills. Mass, Falmouthe 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.19313vol.XXI, 
n0.5:109 Windmill. Exterior. 


Windmills. Mass. Harwichporte 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17) Jan.1°313vol.XXI, 
۲0:5 ۶105 Windmill. Exterior. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)J8n.1951;vo1.XXI, 
no.5:115 Windmill. Exterior. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.1931;vol.XXI, 
no.3:114 Windmill. Exterior. 1802. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.19315;vol.XXI, 
no.3:118 Windmill. Interior. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)J8n.1921;vol.XXI, 
no.5:116 Windmill. Interior. 1894. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.1931;vo1.XXI, 
noed:117 Windmill. Interior. 1894. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.1931;vol.XXI, 
no.3:119 Windmill. Interior. Hopper and 
bin. 


Windmills. Mass. Nantucket. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.19313vol.XXI, 
no.3:113 Windmills. Exterior. 1908. 
From painting by J.W, Folger. 


Windmills. Mass. South Dartmouth. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)J8n.1951;vol.XXI, 


Windmills. R.I. Newport. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.1931;vol.XXI, 
no.3:125 Boyd Windmill. Exterior. 


Windmills. R.I. Newport. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan,1931;vol.XXI, 
no.3:122 Thurston Windmill. Exterior. 


Windmills. R.I. Newport. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17) Jan.19313vol.XxI, 
no.3:121 Windmill. Exterior. 1882. 


Windmills. Rele Portsmouth. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17) Jan.19313;vol.XXI, 
no.3:123 Windmill. Exterior. 


Windmills. R.I. Portsmouth. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.1931:vol.XXI, 
noed:127 Windmill, Exterior. Puilt at 
Warren, Rhode Island. Removed to Ports- 
mouth. 


Windmills. Rele Warren. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)J8n.1951;vol.XXI, 
no.3:127 Windmill. Exterior. Removed to 
Portsmouth, Rele 


Windsor House, Greenville, R.I., c.1749. 


8094.05-901:plate 81 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Exterior. 


Windsor House, Greenville, R.I., c.1749. 


8094,03-901splate 82 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior. 
Stairs. 


Windsor House, Greenville, R.I., c.1749. 


8094,03-901splate 85 Downing. Early 
Homes of Rhode Island. Interior. 
Framing in upper back room. 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699, 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.19£13vol.XI, 
n0.3:109 Interior. Parlor. 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699, 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.19£1; vol.XI, 
no.3:107 Interior. Entrance hallway. 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699. 


Oiċ-Time N.E. (80964.17)Jan.19213vo1.XI, 
no. 53106 Exterior. Annex and barn. 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699. 


Old-Time N,E.(8096A.17)J8n.1921;vol.XI, 
n0.3:106 Exterior. Fronte 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.19£1;vol.XI, 
no.3:111 Interior. Parlor chamber. 
Fireplace. 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699, 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.19£1;vol.XI, 
no.3:110 Interior. Kitchen. Firenlace. 


Winslow House, Marshfield, Mass., 1699, 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)Jan.19£1; vol.XI, 
no.3:108 Interior. Dining room. 


Winslow House, Plymouth, Mass., c.1753. 


8107.101:p1ste 56 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. Door frame. 


Winslow House, Plymouth, Mass., c.1753. 


8107.101:plate 93 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. Monitor roof. 


Wisconsin. Deltone Washburne Tavern. 


8094,.02-105:0pp.p.288 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Wisconsin. Greenbush, Wade House. 1850. 


8094,02-105:0pp.p.281 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Wisconsin. Harrisburg. Harrisburg Tavern. 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.288 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


AN We, (Ree mE 
T (tat Mons "mds a 


Wisconsin, Sauk Citv. Sauk Citv Hotel. 
1850, 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.281 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Wismer log house, Bucks Countv, Pa, c.1810, 


Old-Time N.E. CENE 17)0ct.1927; 
vOl,.XVIII,no.8:52 Exterior. 1897. 


Witch House, Pigeon Cove, Mass, 


8094,01-102R:0pp.p.265 Lathrop. 
Historic houses of earlv America. 
Exterior. 


E 1 


Witch houses. Mass. Pigeon Cove. 
8094.01-102R:0pp.p.265 Lathrop. 


Historic houses of early America. 
Witch House. Exterior. 


Witch houses, Mass. Salem. 


8094,01-104:plate 9 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Corwin House. 
Exterior. c.1856. 


Witch houses. Mass. Salem. 


8094,01-104:p.15 Isham. Early American 
Housese Corwin House. Exterior. 
Drawing. 


Witch houses. Mass. Salem. 


8094.01-104:plate 7 Isham. Early 
American Houses. Corwin House. 
Exterior. Painting, 1819. 


Witch houses. Mass. Salem. 


8094,01-104:p.14 Isham. Early American 
Houses. Corwin House. Interior. First 
floor plan. 


Witch houses. Mass. Salem. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.1923;vol.XIII, 
no.3:132 Corwin "Witch House." Exterior. 


Witch house. Mass, Salem, 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.19255 vol.XIII, 
n0.3:133 Corwin-Curwin "Witch House." 
Exterior. 1856. 


Witch houses. Mass. Salem. 


8094,0l-104:p.5  Isham. Early American 
Houses. Corwin House. Interior. Floor 
plan. 


Witherspoon House, Stotham, Mass, 


White Pine Series(8102,58)April 1920; 
vol.VI,no.2:15 Exterior. 


Wolcott House, Litchfield, Conn., 1753. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1919; 
vol.V,no.5:4 Exterior. 


Wolcott House, Litchfield, Conn., 1753. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)June 1919; 
vol.V,no.5:11 Exterior. Entrance. 


Wolcott House, Litchfield, Conn. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.2:217,plate CXXIV Exterior, Window. 


Wolcott House, Litchfield, Conn., 1753. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1919; 
vol.V,no.5:11 Exterior. First story 
window. 


Wolfe Tavern, Newburyport, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)0ct.1935; 
vol.XXVI,no.2:49 Exterior. 


Woman's Club, Scarsdale, N.Y., 1729? 


8094.02-105:0pp.p.96 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


Women's Club House, Taunton, Mass. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XIV, 
no.1:149,plate LXXV Exterior. 


Women's Club House, Taunton, Mass. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XIV, 
no.1:151,plate LXXVII Exterior. Cornice, 
caps, etc. 


Women's Club House, Taunton, Mass. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XIV, 
no.1:3150,plate LXXVI Exterior. Entrance. 


Wood House, Wiscasset, Maine, c.1812. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XII, 
no.6:6,plate CXXXIV Exterior. 


Wood House, Wiscasset, Maine., c.1812. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)April 1918; 
vol.IV,no.2:12 Exterior. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094,03-79210.116,fig.138 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.05-792:p.115,fig.135 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Exterior. View from 
grounds. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.05-792:p.114,f1g.152 Howells. 
The Arcbitectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Bedroom. 


Wallpaper. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.03-792:p.118,fig.140 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Details of 
stairs. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.03-"792:p+.114,fig.133 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Dining room. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.038-792:p.117,fig.159 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 


Piscataqua. Interior. Dining room 
details, 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.05-792:p.115,fig.136 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 


Piscataqua. Interior. Living room. 
Mantel. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.03-792:p.115,fig.137 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Living room. 
Mantel detail. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094,03-7925p.119,fig.141 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Stairhall 
details. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


8094.03-792:p.114,fig.134 Howells. 
The Architectural Heritage of the 
Piscataqua. Interior. Stairway. 


Woodbury House, Portsmouth, N.H., 1809. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1917; 
vol.III,no.1:5 Exterior, 


"Woodlawn," Ellsworth, Me. 
See 


Black Mansion, Ellsworth, Me. 


Woodlawn Mansion, Fairfax County, Va., 
1801-05, Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
20.35:74 Exterior. West view. 


Woodlawn Mansion, Fairfax County, Vases 
1801-05, Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.5:75 Exterior. East view. 


Woodlawn Mansion, Fairfax County, Va., 
1801-05, Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:76 Exterior. East view. 


Woodlawn Mansion, Fairfax County, Va., 
1801-05, Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:77 Exterior. East view. 


Woodlawn Mansion, Fairfax County, Va., 
1801-O5, Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVII, 
noe5:78 Interior. Hall and stairway. 


Woodlawn Mansion, Fairfax County, Va., 
1801-O5, Dr. William Thornton, designer. 


White Pine Series (3102.58)vol.XVII, 
no.3:79 Interior. Drawing room. Mantel. 


Woodman garrison house, Durham, N.H. 


Old-Time W.E.(80964.17)0c*.19£6: vol.XVIT, 
no.22b9 Exterior. 641895. 


"Woodside Hall," Cooperstown, N.Y., 1829. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1923; 
vol.1X,no.5:12 Exterior. 


Worthington House, Cooperstown, N.Y. 
See 


"White House," Cooperstown, N.Y. 


Wright House, Concord, Mass. 


8094,02-10350pp.p.80 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Interior, 
Old tap-room. 


"Wyck," Germantown, Penne 


8107.101:plste 30 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


"Wyck," Germantown, Penn. 


8107.10l:plate 130 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. 


"Wyck," Germantown, Penn. 


8107.10l:plate 131 Chandler. The 
Colonial House. Exterior. Rear view. 


"Wyck," Germantown, Penn. 


8107.101:p.37 Chandler. The Colonial 
House. Interior. Floor plan. 


Wye House (First), Talbot County, Md., 
1662, 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no,5:287,plate CLXI Exterior. Only 
part of original house now standinge 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:308,plate CLXXIII Exterior. Wall 
enclosing burial plot and gardens. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102,58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:3306 Interior. Stairway. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.5:305 Exterior. Construction detalls 
of entrance porch. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
noe5:304 Exterior. Entrance porch. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:303 Interior. Parlor. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:303 Exterior. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
0۰5۶502 و‎ 1866 CLXXII Interior. 
Reception room. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Mde, c.1"780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.5:301,plate CLXXI Interior. Doorway. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:500,plate CLXX Interior. Drawing 
room. Mantel. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:299,plate CIXIX Interior. Drawing 
room from dining room. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:298,plate CLXVIII Interior. 
Parlor. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
n0.5:294,295 Exterior. The Orangery. 
Measured drawing of south facade. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
noe5:293 Exterior. The Orangery. South 
facade. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:292,plate CLXVI Exterior. The 
Orangery. South facade. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:291,plate CLXV Interior. Hall. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Mde, 。 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:290,plate CLXIV Interior. Dining 
room. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.5:288,plate CLXII Exterior. Porch. 


Rear view. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1.XVI, 
no.5:289,plate CLXIII Exterior. Side 
view with unique gutter. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)vo1l.XVI, 
no.5:286,plate CLX Exterior. South 
facade. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series (8102.58)vol.XVI, 
no.5:285,plate CLIX Exterior. South 
facade. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md., c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102,58)vol.XVI, 
noe5:282,plate CLVIII Exterior. The 
Orangery. 


Wye House, Talbot County, Md.,c.1780. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)Feb.1916; 
YOl.II,n0.1:11 Exterior. ` 


Wyles House, Brimfield, Mass., c.1810, 
Elias Carter, arch. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.1920;vol.XI, 
noec:59 Exterior. 


Wyman Grist Mill, Shrewsbury, Mass, 


Old-Time N.E. (80964.17)0ct.1928;vol.XIX, 
no.2:82 Exterior. 


Wvman House, Shrewsburv, Mass. 


Old-Time N.E.(8096A.17)0ct.19£83vol.XIX, 
no.2:80 Exterior. 


Wyman Tavern, Keene, N.H., c.1782. 


8094.02-103:0pp.p.104 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior. 


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Pardee-Morris House, New Haven, Conn,, 
c.1680-85, 


8094.03-118:p.67 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exteriores 


Conn. New Haven. Pardee-Morris House. 
c.1680-85. 


8094.03-118:p.67 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exteriors 


Mass. Gloucester. Babson Cooperage Shop. 
1659. 


8094.03-118:p.57 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Babson Cooperage Shop, Gloucester, Mass., 
1659. 


8094.03-118:p.57 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Cooper-Frost-Austin House, Cambridge, 
Masse, c.165". 


8094.03-118:p.56 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Mass. Cambridge. Cooper-Frost-Austin 
House. c.1657. 


8094,03-118:p.56 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England, Exterior. 


[ia s 


TER af end 


Old Gaol, York Village, Me. 


8094.03-118:p.55 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Maine. York Village. Old Gaol. 


8094.03-118:p.55 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Old Ordinary, Hingham, Mass., 1650. 


8094.03-118:p.52 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Mass. Hingham. Old Ordinary. 1650. 


8094.05-118:p.52 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England, Exterior. 


ED 


Coffin House, Newbury, Mass., c.1651. 


8094,05-118:p.51 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Interior. re 一 
of the—few1—1lbuttenies.' (3 


Mass. Newbury. Coffin House. c.1651. 


8094.03-118:p.51 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Interior. One 
of—the—few TA Y "d 


Pidge Tavern, Pawtucket, R.I., 1640-41. 


8094,03-118:p.44 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Rhode Island. Pawtucket. Pidge Tavern. 
1640-41. 


8094,03-118:pPp,44 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Fairbanks House, Dedham, Mass., 1636. 


8094.03-118:p.40 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exteriors 


Mass, Dedham, Fairbanks House. 1636. 


8094.03-118:p.40 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England,  Exteriors. 


"Aptucxet," Bourne, Mass., 1627. 


8094.03-118:p.38 Chamberlain. Open 
House in New England. Exterior. 


Mass. Bourne, "Aptucxet." 1627. 


8094.03-118:p.38 Chamberlain. 


Open 


House in New England. Exterior. 


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Wythe House, Williamsburg, Va. 


8107.101:plate 6 Chandler. The 
Colonial House, Exterior. 


Yale College, New Haven, Conn., 1718, 
Henry Caner, arch. 


Old-Time N.E. (8096A.17)Jan.19253vol.XV, 
no.ö:cover and page 98 Exterior. 


Ye Old Curiosity Shoppe, Litchfield, 
Conn., 1781. 


White Pine Series(8102.58)June 1919; 
vol.V,no.3:7 Exterior. 


Ye 1711 Club Inn, Meriden, Conn,, 1711. 


8094۰02-105۶ 0۳0۰0۰52 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Exterior, 


Ye 1711 Club Inn, Meriden, Conn., 1711. 


8094۰02-1058 0۳0۳۰۳۰352 Lathrop. Early 
American Inns and Taverns. Interior, 


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