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ILLUSTRATIONS Figure 1.1. Gridley James Fox Bryant, age sixty-five 6 Figure 1.2. Gridley Bryant senior 7 Figure 1.3. Second Suffolk County Courthouse, Court Street, Boston, 1836 8 Figure 1.4. First Suffolk County Courthouse, School Street, Boston, 1810–12 16 Figure 1.5. Quincy Market development, Boston, 1824–26 17 Figure 1.6. Painting of Tremont Street, Boston, circa 1843, by Philip Harry 19 Figure 1.7. Trinity Church, Summer Street, Boston, 1828 20 Figure 1.8. Storehouse (Building 34), Charlestown Navy Yard, drawing, January 7, 1835 24 Figure 1.9. Abbott Lawrence House, 8 Park Street, Boston 28 Figure 2.1. Front elevation, Jonathan Preston House, 21 Beacon Street, Boston, 1844 36 Figure 2.2. Floor plans, Jonathan Preston House 37 Figure 2.3. Jeremiah Hill House, Brookline, 1843 40 Figure 2.4. First-floor plan, Jeremiah Hill House 41 Figure 2.5. Front elevation, Henry Williams House, Salem, 1846 43 Figure 2.6. Alternative front elevation, Williams House 44 Figure 2.7. Edward Deacon House, Washington Street, Boston, 1846–48 45 Figure 2.8. Old South Block, Milk Street, Boston, 1846 47 Figure 2.9. Eastern Railroad Station, Salem, 1847 49 Figure 3.1 Mariners House, North Square, Boston, 1846 52 Figure 3.2. Quincy School, Tyler Street, Boston, 1847 54 Figure 3.3. Putnam Free School, Newburyport, 1847–48 56 Figure 3.4. Suffolk County Jail, South Boston proposal, 1845 57 Figure 3.5. Preliminary design, Suffolk County Jail (Charles Street Jail), Boston, 1848 58 Figure 3.6. Suffolk County Jail, Boston, 1849–51 59 Figure 3.7. Principal floor plan, Suffolk County Jail, Boston 60 Figure 3.8. Deer Island Almshouse, Boston Harbor, 1849–51 68 Figure 3.9. Competition drawing, Boston City Hospital 72 ix Figure 3.10. Boston City Hospital, view from Worcester Square, circa 1870 73 Figure 3.11. Men’s Ward, Boston City Hospital. 74 Figure 4.1. Additions to the Massachusetts State House, Boston, 1853–54 78 Figure 4.2. Mercantile Wharf Block, Boston, 1856 83 Figure 4.3. Detail, Mercantile Wharf Block, Silas Pierce & Co., 59–61 Commercial Street, Boston 84 Figure 4.4. View of State Street Block, Boston, 1857 85 Figure 4.5. View of Franklin Street toward Devonshire Street, Boston 88 Figure 4.6. Weld-Beebe Block, Winthrop Square, Boston, 1860–62 90 Figure 4.7. Front elevation, John Tucker Daland House, Salem, 1851 93 Figure 5.1. Maine State Reformatory, Cape Elizabeth (South Portland), Maine, 1851–53 96 Figure 5.2. Fryeburg Academy, Fryeburg, Maine, 1852–53 97 Figure 5.3. Joseph Titcomb House, Summer Street, Kennebunk, Maine, 1854 99 Figure 5.4. Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1856–57 100 Figure 5.5. Kennebec County Jail, Augusta, Maine, 1857–59 103 Figure 5.6. Side elevation, Washington County Jail, Machias, Maine, 1858 104 Figure 5.7. Third-floor plan, Washington County Jail 105 Figure 5.8. View of cellblocks from peephole, Washington County Jail 106 Figure 5.9. School House, Alfred, Maine, 1862 108 Figure 5.10. Presentation drawing, Auburn Town Hall, Auburn, Maine, 1865 109 Figure 5.11. San Francisco Custom House, 1851–56 113 Figure 6.1. Arthur D. Gilman, circa 1870 carte de visite 116 Figure 6.2. Fernhill, the Winchester Estate, Cambridge, 1849–50 121 Figure 6.3. Hunnewell Estate, Wellesley, 1851–52 122 Figure 6.4. Town Hall, Essex, New Hampshire, 1855 123 Figure 6.5. Arlington Street Church, Boston, 1859–62 126 Figure 6.6. Interior view, Arlington Street Church 128 Figure 6.7. Samuel Hooper Houses, 25–27 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, 1860–61 129 Figure 6.8. City Hall, Boston, 1862–65 131 x Illustrations 26903 frontmatter.indd x 26903 frontmatter.indd x 11/22/06 10:30:20 AM 11/22/06 10:30:20 AM Figure 6.9. City Hall, Lynn, Massachusetts, 1865–66 134 Figure 6.10. Additions and alterations to State House, Concord, New Hampshire, 1864–66 136 Figure 7.1. Louis P. Rogers, circa 1880? 143 Figure 7.2. Hook and Ladder Company No. 5, West Fourth Street, South Boston, 1869 145 Figure 7.3. Shurtleff School, Dorchester Street, South Boston, 1869 146 Figure 7.4. Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, Main Street, Hartford, 1869–70 148 Figure 7.5. City Hall, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1869–71 152 Figure 7.6. Side elevation, Jonas French Cottage, Cape Anne, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1871 153 Figure 7.7. First-floor plan, Jonas French Cottage 155 Figure 7.8. Transcript Building, Washington Street, Boston, 1873 158...

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ISBN
9781613761540
Related ISBN
9781558495555
MARC Record
OCLC
645893365
Pages
240
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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