Section: Architecture

Directory: New York City History

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Sub Section: Architects
Article Name:

List Of New York City's Architects-1930 A-G

Article Name: List Of New York City's Architects-1930 H-O
Article Name: List Of New York City's Architects-1930 P-Z
Web Link: Career In Architecture
Web Link: They Made A Difference: McKim, Mead & White, Architects
Web Link: Brief Biographies of American Architects Who Died Between 1897 and 1947.
Web Link: History of the American Institute of Architects
Web Link: The Great Buildings Collection: Architects
Web Link: John Russell Pope: Architect of Empire
Web Link: Marian Crugar Coffin
Web Link: New York Architects

Sub Section: Architecture of Buildings
Article Name: Early Architecture of New York City
Article Name: Brief Sketches Of Old Buildings of New York City
Article Name: Early Buildings of New York City Prior to 1901
Article Name: Our City Hall and the Old Castle Garden
Article Name: The Houses on Lafayette Place
Article Name: Church Buildings of New York City
Article Name: The Tontine Building 1852
Web Link: Architecture of New York City
Web Link: A Digital Archive of American Architecture
Web Link: Architecture in New York City
Web Link: A Guide to Researching The History Of A New York City Building by Christopher Gray of the New York Times
Web Link: New York Streetscapes, Tales of Manhattan's Building and Landmarks
Web Link: The Tallest Towers of New York City
Web Link: Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York-A brief History
Web Link: Tontine Building
Web Link: Types of New York City Buildings
Web Link: Understanding Old Buildings, The Process of Architectural Investigation
Web Link: The Tweed Courthouse
Web Link: Manhattan Criminal Courthouse
Web Link: Clock Tower Building
Web Link: Harlem Courthouse
Web Link: Health Department Building
Web Link: Home Life Building
Web Link: Long Island City Courthouse
Web Link: Brooklyn Borough Hall
Web Link: Emigrants Bank Building
Web Link: The Excelsior Building
Web Link: The Woolworth Building
Web Link: The History of 291 Church Street
Web Link: Turtle Bay Gardens
Web Link: The Bowling Green Control House
Web Link: Whitehall Building
Web Link: Standard Oil Building
Web Link: First Precinct, NYPD
Web Link: Delmonico's (Pictures and Words)
Web Link: Barclay-Vesey Building
Web Link: Helmsley Building
Web Link: St. Regis-Sheraton Hotel
Web Link: New York Yacht Club
Web Link: Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District
Web Link: Broadway-Chambers Building
Web Link: St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
Web Link: Medieval Architecture in New York City
Web Link: Wall Street Area
Web Link: SOHO District
Web Link: Ladie's Mile Area
Web Link: To Have and Have Mott- Bronx Buildings
Web Link: That's Showbiz- Bronx Theatre Buildings
Web Link: The Ansonia Hotel and Apartment Building
Web Link: Architecture-Algonquin Hotel
Web Link: Westin Hotel
Web Link: The Sherry Netherland Hotel
Web Link: The Hotel Pierre
Web Link: The Ritz Carlton Hotel (formerly the St. Moritz Hotel)
Web Link: The Century Apartments-Upper West Side
Web Link: The Majestic Apartments
Web Link: The San Remo Apartments
Web Link: The Beresford Apartment Building
Web Link: The Eldorado Apartment Building
Web Link: Langham Apartment Building
Web Link: The Apthorp Apartment Building
Web Link: The Manhasset Apartment Building
Web Link: The Colosseum Apartments
Web Link: Bialystoker Synagogue (pictures and description)
Web Link: Congregation K'Hal Adath Jeshurun (Eldridge Street Synagogue)
Web Link: Congregation Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Synagogue
Web Link: Congregation Shaarai Shomoyim (First Roumanian American Congregation)
Web Link: Central Synagogue
Web Link: Congregation Shearith Israel (Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
Web Link: Church of the Transfiguration (RC)
Web Link: St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Church
Web Link: St. Patrick's Cathedral (RC)
Web Link: Church of St. Paul the Apostle (RC)
Web Link: Church of the Holy Apostles
Web Link: St. George's Church
Web Link: St. Bartholomew's Church
Web Link: St. Thomas Church
Web Link: Church of the Incarnation
Web Link: St. Michael's Church
Web Link: St. Mark's in the Bowery Church
Web Link: Cathedral Church of St. John The Divine
Web Link: First Presbyterian Church
Web Link: Riverside Church
Web Link: Joseph Papp Public Theater (orig. Astor Library)
Web Link: Bouwerie Lane Theater
Web Link: Grace Church (Episcopalian)
Web Link: Bergdorf Goodman Department Store
Web Link: The Harvard Club of New York City
Web Link: New York Athletic Club
Web Link: Art Student's League
Web Link: St James Theater
Web Link: Times Square Theater
Web Link: Virginia Theater
Web Link: Lunt-Fontaine Theater
Web Link: Winter Garden Theater
Web Link: The B. Altman Department Store
Web Link: The Schinasi Mansion
Web Link: Bloomingdale's
Web Link: Metro Theater
Web Link: Dutch Collegiate Church 77th Street, Manhattan
Web Link: Changing fashions
Web Link: Age of the Skyscrapers
Web Link: New York City's oldest co-op celebrates 120th anniversary - Profile of the
Week: The Gramercy at 34 Gramercy Park
Web Link: The Seventh Regiment Armory in New York City - restoration of the Historic
site in New York
Web Link: Christian Herter's decoration of the William H. Vanderbilt house in New York City
Web Link: Two of New York's earliest skyscrapers mark 100th year - Townsend and St. James Buildings
Web Link: New York's Tenth Street Studio building:The building on Tenth Street in New York City served as a space for
exhibitions and a house for some of the works of celebrated painters.
Web Link: Tiriangle Shirtwaist Factory becomes city landmark
Web Link: The New York Crystal Palace: The Birth of a Building-1853
Web Link: Sites and Buildings Eligible For The National Register of Historic Places-New York Index
Web Link: New York City Skyscrapers-early 1900s
Web Link: Architectural History of New York City
Web Link: The Queerest House in This Country
Web Link: An Appeal To The People of the United States in behalf of the Great Statue, Enlightening the World Pages 1-6
Web Link: Architecture In The History Of The Colonies and Of The Republic

Special Mention: For additional information on architects and architecture of Victorian America and the Gilded Era, Please visit The World of Society's Architecture, Victorian Style Homes and Mansions Page.
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