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INDEX TO 


OCTOBER — DECEMBER, 1895. 


Accident at the Montparnasse Station, 
Paris. An Extraordinary, 130 

Accidents in Germany Building, 26, 

74, 116 
to Firemen. The Owner not 
Liable for, 60 

Acoustics of Statuary Hall in the Capi 
tol. The, 92 

Address of the President of the A. 1.A 
Annual, 34 

Air in Commerce. Liquid, 92 

Aldrich Government Buildings Bill. 
The, 142 

Alexandrian Libraries, The Search for 
Relics of the, 148 

Alma Tadema on Knowledge and Art 
110 

Amendments to the By-laws of the A. 
I. A. Suggested, 11, 39 

American and German Building, 26, 74, 
116 

A. lt. A. Annual Address of the Presi- 
dent, 3 

soard of Directors’ Report, 33 

Buttalo Chapter, 48 

By-laws. Suggested Amend 
ments to the, 11, 39 

Convention, The, 11, 21, 33, 
34, 39 

New York Chapter, 103 

Proposed Building for the, 40 

American Surety Building, New York. 
Suit Over the Cornices on the, 25 

Amsterdam Fire Congress, 1895, 87, 98 

Antihydrine, 30, 41 

Arbitration Law. The New Illinois 
Labor, 106 

Arch, The Origin of the Pointed, 60 


ARCH ZOOLOGICAL - 
Alexandrian Libraries. The Search 
for Relics of the, 148 
Athens. The British Schoo) at, 110 
Colosseum. The, 116 
Egypt. Reckless Exploration in, 50 
Fort Raleigh, Virginia, 12% 
Galley of Tiberius found in Lake 
Nemi. The Pleasure, 92, 147 
Mycenwan Art. The Origin of, 38 
Pompeii. An Indian, 72 
Portchester Castle, 92 
René of Anjou. The Tomb of, 84 
Roman House dug up at Rome. A, 92 
Sta. Sophia. The Building of, 36 
Temple at Portchester Castle. Re- 
mains of a Roman, 91 
of Janus. Leicester and its, 
29 
Architectin Classic and Mediwval 
Times. The Real Standing of the, 117 
Architects and Engineers to give Bonds. 
The Requiring of, 129 
‘a * the Designing of our 
Government Build- 
ings, 61 
Underwriters, Owners and, 
1,13 
Architectural Drawings by Chicago 
Public Schoo! Children, 
66 
Education at Columbia 
College, 100 
a Report of the 
A. Ll. A. Com- 
mittee on, 41 


“ 


“ Architectural Engineering,” 82 


Architectural Examinations in Canada, 


125 
League Exhibition. The, 
127, 130 
: The, 20, 127 
Architecture. A Syllabus of Early 
Christian, Roman- 
esque and Gothic, 16 


at Columbia College. 
Study of the History 
of, 100 
" in St. Louis, 68 
sig * St. Paul, 81 


| 

| 

| 

| 

| 

| 

Religious and Irrelig 

ious, 15 

| Art Collectors. The Public Spirit of 

Philadelphia, 26 

| Commission for Baltimore. An, 86 

= - * Washington. Pro 

posed, 148 

in the Modern Church, 3, 15, 27, 44, 

| 63, 75, 95, 107, 119, 143 

Institute, Chicago. The, 66, 88, 89 

Museum. The Competition for the 
Philadelphia, 26, 114, 148 

Museums. Attendance at Ameri 
can, 59 

| Artists as Judges of the Work of Other 

| Artists, 105 
Asheville. Mr, 
Proposed Work for Forestry at, 37 

Asphalt Deposits in the United States, 
a4 


Association of Architects. The Work 
of the Ontario, 124 
Athens. The British School at, 110 
| Atwood, Architect. Death of C, B., 141 
| Augier. Monument to Emile, 22 
| Austria. A Warning for Travellers in, 
12 


Avignon The Walls of, 36 





Balloons. Firing at War-, 69 
BALTIMORE : — 
Architectural! Club, 47 
Art Commission for, 86 
Convention of Commissioners and In- 
spectors of Buildings in, 1 
The Rinehart Travelling-Scholarship, 
118 
| ** Barge of Tiberius.”’ The, 147 
| Beaux-Arts Architects. Society of, 20, 


| BERLIN : 

Letter from, 145 

New Memorial Churches, 146 
* Theatres at, 146 

Parliament House, 145 


Bids for the Ironwork for the New 
York Appraiser’s Warehouse. The, 86 

Bill. The McKaig Government Build 
ings, 34, 61 

Bird-houses. Designing, 26 

Biackwall Tunnel. Progress of the, 12 

Blenheim. ‘The Palace of, 127, 140 

Boilers. Dangerous, 115 

Bonds. The Requiring of Architects 
and Engineers to give, 129 

Boston :— 


Architectural Club, 22 


George Vanderbilt's 














VOLUME 


s,08TON :— 


| 
Farm proposed for the Public Garden. | 
A, 37 | 
Massachusetts State-house. Heating | 
and Ventilating Plant in the, 121 
Stand-pipes and Koof-hydrants, The 
Proposed, 1 | 
Suffolk County Court-house. Heat- | 
ing and Ventilating Plant in the, 121 
Boycotted Workman appeals to the 
New York Grand Jury. A, 142 | 
Bridge at Niagara Fails. A Large| 
Steel, 125 | 
The Kebuilding of Vauxhall, 110 | 
British School at Athens. The, 110 
Suffalo and the Niagara Falls Power 
Co, 60 | 
Builder at the Expense of the Architect. | 
Mr. Lethaby’s Lectures exalting the, | 
117 
Building Accidents in Germany, 26, 74, | 
116 
blocks. Slag, 148 | 
sureau. The Complaints 
Against the Head of the 
New York, 13, 49, 127 
Commissioners and lnspectors 
Convention in Baltimore, 14 
sa forthe A. I. A. Proposed, 40 
Improvement in American, 26 
“ in St. Louis, 68 
Bust which foretells the Weather. A, 


By-laws of the A. I. A. 
Amendments to the, 11, 39 


Suggested 


Cabildo. The Threatened Destruction 
of the New Orleans, 94 
alifornia Statute of Limitations. A 
Case under the, 59 
Janada. Letter from, 124 
ve rhe Area of Unexplored, 125 
Japitol Competition. rhe Minnesota, 
62, $1, 104 
in Phila lelphia. The Old, 48 
Cataract Construction Co The Flag- 
stalf of the, 69 
Cathedral by aStorm. Injury to Metz, 
( 
in London, The New Roman 
Catholic, 111 
‘ Old St. Paul’s, 137, 146 
Cedar-block Street Pavements in 


sc 


Cement Concrete. The Mixing of, 62 
Cemeteries and Diphtheria in San Fran- 


ciseo, 49 


Centenary of House-numbering. The, 


Jhapman, Architect. Death of J. H., 49 

Chapter Membership. The Institute’s 
Control over, 11, 39, 58 

Charges in Canada, Attempted Regu- 

ation of Architects’, 124 


JHICAGO:— 


Art Institute. The, 66, 88, 89 

Church. Moving a Large, 67 

Earthquake. The Kecent, 88 

Electric Light and Power. Trouble 
with, 88 

Field Memorial Room at the Art In- 
stitute. The, 89 


L.. 


CHICAGO: 


Frauklin Statue. The, &9 
Lake-front Improvement Question, 
The, 57, 88 
Letters from, 66, 88 
Memorials of the World’s Fair Build 
ings. Proposed, 89 
Moving a Large Church, 67 
Observatory tor Chicago University 
The, 89 
Pile-driving. Compressing a Clay 
Stratum by, 73 
Public Library, The Decoration of 
the, 66 
Railroad Tracks. Elevating the, 88 
School Children Architectural 
Drawings by Public, 66 
Sewer. A Large, 66 
Square. Beautifying (?) a City, 67 
Typhoid Fever Cases. The Cause of 
Recent, 14 
University. The Chicago, 89 
World’s Fair. Reminders of the, 67, 
RQ 
Yerkes Telescope. The, 89 
Chimney-felling, 24 
Christian Church, The, 44 
- Romanesque and Gothic Ar 
chitecture. A Syllabus of 
Early, 16 
Chureh. Art in the Modern, 3, 15, 27, 
44, 63, 75, 95, 107, 119, 143 
built by One Man. A, 148 
Decoration, 143 
in Chicago. Moving a Large, 
Oi 


“ 


Churches at Berlin. New Memorial, 148 
in the Isleof Wight. Small, 5 
Churchyard of Palaces. A, 131 
City Hall. Alleged Defects in the St 
Louis, 37 
Competition for Decoration 
in Philadelphia, 25 


“ 


| Classic and Mediwval Architects. The 


Real Standing of, 117 
Clay Stratum by Pile-driving Com 
pressing a, 73 
Cleveland Architectural Club, 115 
Colosseum. The, 116 
Columbia College. Study of the His- 
tory of Architecture at, 100 
Commission. A Question of, 128 
Common Law. Employer and Employé 
under the, 111 


Competition. Another Absurd School- 
Toronto, 48 7 


house, 117 
Cooperation vs., 56 
Competitions in Canada Attempted 
Regulation of Architectural, 125 
COMPETITIONS : 
Minnesota Capitol. The, 62, 81, 104 
Philadelphia Art Museum rhe, 26, 
114, 148 
City-hall Couneil 
Chamber. Decoration 
of, 25 
Competitors toward the Expert Ad 
viser. The Duty of, 85 
Concrete. The Mixing of Cement, 62 
Congress, 1895. Amsterdam Fire, 87, 98 
™ of Vienna. Exhibition in 
Commemoration of the, 6 
Congressional Library. The Architects 
of the, 61 


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Contract. Effect of Discrepancies in 


Building-, 47 
Convention. A. I. A., 11, 21, 33, 34, 39 
“ of Commissioners and In- 
spectors of Buildings 
in Baltimore, 14 
* the New York State As 
sociation of Master- 
Builders, 129 
Competition, 56 
Cornices on the American Surety Build 
Suit Over the, 25 


Corrections, 48, 11 
rrosion of Iron. Preventing the, 60, 
69, 1 

Cottages 4 Gr p of Four, 23 

Dam in California rhe Otay, 142 

Danish Paintings at the St. Louis Ex 
position. The Seotch and, 4 

David Pr posed Disinterment of the 
Painter, 92 


Debs and the Labor Question, 106 


Decoration. Church, 143 
- in Philadelphia City hall 
Competition for, 25 
of the Chicago Public Li 
brary. The, 66 
Decorative Art. Egyptian, 138 
Dedha Mi: ass. The Fairbanks House, 
49 
Derrick Accident in New York. A, 14 
Deserted City of Fathpur Sikri. The, 72 
Detroit Architectural Sketch-Club, 10 
Jail. The Designs for the, 25 
Diamond Shoal! Lighthouse The, 140 


Dieulafoy on the Urigin of Mycenmwan 
Art. M., 38 

Diphtheria in San Francisco, 
teries and, 4 

Discoloration of Plaster. The, 29, 41 

Discrepancies in Building ¢ ontract 
Effect of, 47 

Divining-rod. rhe Witch-hazel, 94 

Drawings by Chicago Public Schoo! 


Ceme 





Chiidre Architectural, 66 
Dry Mixi ff Cement Concrete. The, 
t 
Early Christian, Romanesque and 
Gothie Architecture. A Syllabus of, 
lt 
Earthquake in Chicago rhe Recent, 
Education at ColumbiaCollege. Archi- 
tectural, 100 
of Engineers in the United 


States. The, 138 
Report of the A. 1. A. Com 
mittee on, 41 
Egypt. Reckless Exploration in, 50 
Egyptian Decorative Art,” 138 
Eight-hour Law invoked to the Perilling 
of Lives. The, 14 
Elastic Covering for Steel 
Buildings. Proposed, 93 
Electric Heaters. A Prize for an Es 
say on, 104 
Heating, 12, 32, 104 
“ at the Vaudeville 
Theatre, London, 12 
Light and Power in Chicago 
rouble with, 88 
Underground Railway for 
London The New, 111, 1 
Electricity in Westminster Abbey, 82 
Elizabethan Tomb. An, 120 
Employer and Employé under the Com 
mon Law, lll 


ENGINEERING 


Skeleton 


Bridge at Niagara Falls. A Large 
Steel, 125 

Buffalo and the Niagara Falls Power 
Lo i 

Dam in California, ‘he Otay, 142 

Electric Heating, 12, 32, 104 


Engineers in the United States. The 
Kducation of, 138 

Fly-wheel at Hoboken, N. J. The 
Bursting of a, 2¢ 

Foundations on the Lot Line. Heavy, 
71, §4 


Heating and Ventilating Plants in the 
Suffolk County Court-house and 


Massachusetts State-house, Boston, 
121 
Iron in Moder Building Construc 
m. The Durability of, 69 


Ligbthouse rhe Diamond Shoal, 140 
Moving a House by Water, 148 
a Large Church in Chicago, 67 
ne nting Lronwork, 60, 69 
Pavements. Street, 48, 60 
P he-driving. Compressing a Clay 
Stratum by, 73 
Railway for London rhe New Elec 
: tric Underground, 111, 135 


to ascend Mt. Blane. A Ver 
tical, 118 
tracks in Chicago. Eleva 


ting, 35 
River to the Opposite 
Defiecting a, 140 
Sewer in Chicago. A Large, 66 
Shaft-sinking. The Gobert Freezing 


Water-shed 


limber Tests. The Government, 101 
lower. A High, 71 
Tunnel as a Wine-cellar. An Aban 
doned, 128 
Simpion, 06 
under the Thames. Progress 
of the Blackwall, 12 
Water-supply. The Proposed Increase 
of Condes. 110 





ENGINEERING : — 
Engineering Association of the South, 
138 
Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia, 69, 125 
Engineers in Massachusetts. Licensing 
Stationary, 73 
to give Bonds, The Requir- 
ing of Architects and, 129 
Eulogy on RK. M. Hunt. Mr. Van 
Brunt’s, 40, 53 
Examinations in Canada. 
ural, 1/4 
Exeter Theatre, 51 
EX HIBITIONS : — 
Architectural League. The, 127, 130 
Art Institute. The Chicago, 88 
Munich Salou. The, 133 
Paris Exhibition of 1900. The, 31, 142 
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine-Arts, 


Architect- 


49 
Rotch Travelling Scholarship. The, 
59 
St. Louis Exposition. Art at the, 45 
Vienna. An Exhibition in Commemo- 


ration of the Congress of, 6 
Expert Adviser. The Duty of Compet- 
itors towards the, 85 
Testimony before the Courts, 
10¢ 
Exploration in Egypt. Reckless, 50 


Fairbanks House, Dedham, Mass. The, 
49 

Fairmount Park Art rs Competi 
tion. The, 26, 114, 

Fa all of a Derrick in New York, 
* “ the Ireland Building in New 

York. The, 

Family Tombs in Silesia, 131 

Farm poouenee for the Boston Public 
Garden. A, < 

Fathpur Sikri. ‘The Deserted City of, 72 

Favoritism in Awarding Contracts. 
rhe Supervising Architect accused 
of, 86 

Felling Chimneys. The Art of, 24 

Field Memorial Room at the Chicago 
Art Institute. The, 89 

Financial Scheme for the Paris Exposi- 
tion of 1900. The, 142 

Fine Arts Federation and the Site of 
the New York Soldiers’ and Sailors’ 
Monument. The, 141 

Fire at the University of Virginia. The, 
74 

Congress, 1895. Amsterdam, 87, 98 

Department. The London, 87 

losses and Improved Building in 
the United States, 26 

in the Manhattan Bank-building, 
New York. The, #5, 93 

Firemen. The Owner not liable for Ac- 
cidente to, 60 

Fire proof Buildings 

13 


a 


“ 


Fires in and near, 


Fire proofing Tests. A Series of, 10 
Fire-reaisting Structures in the United 
States. lucrease of, 26 
Fire Risks in France. The Law of, 38 
The Protection of Theatres from, 
98 
Fires for the Insurance Money. 


io 


Setting, 


in ** Sky-serapers,”’ 25, 85, 93 

Firing at War-balloons, 69 

Flag-stalf of the Cataract Construction 
Co. The, 69 

Flooring. Gum, 116 

Fly-wheel at Hoboken, N. J. The 
Bursting of a, 26 

Foreign Population of Paris. The, 116 

Forest Devastation, 136 

Forestry at Asheville. Mr. George 
Vanderbilt's Proposed Work for, 37 

Fort Raleigh, Va., 128 

Foundations on the Lot Line. 
Ti, 34 

Four Cottages. A Group of, 23 

Franklin Statue for Chicago. 

Freezing Process for 
rhe Gobert, 60 

French Trade Unions before the Courts 
for terrorizing Non-union Men, 2 


Heavy, 


The, 89 
Shaft-sinking. 


Galley of Tiberius found in Lake Nemi. 
rhe Pleasure, 92, 147 

Galveston, Texas. The Rosenberg Be- 
quests to, 1, 11 

Gasburuer for Street-lamps 
bach, 130 

German Theatres. New, 146 

Germany. Building Accidents in, 26 

74, 116 
Compulsory Insurance of 
Workmen in, 62 

* Gloconda.”’ “ La,” 18 

“ Glasgow School” of Painters at the 
St. Louis Exposition. The, 45 

Glastonbury Abbey, 72 

‘Glory.”” Architects Working for, 61 

Gobert Freezing Process for Shaft-sink- 
ing. The, 60 

Gothic Architecture. 
Early Christian, 
16 


Government Buildings. 


The Wels- 


A Syllabus of 
Romanesque and, 


Architects and 
the Design- 
ing of our, 61 

Bill. The Me- 
Kaig, 34, 61 

House at New Orleans. 
The Threatened Destruc- 
tion of the, 94 


Government Printing-office Building in ; 
Washington. 
ening the, 14 

ns) Timber Tests, 101 


| 
| 
Grand Ducal State Theatre, Mecklen- 


burg-Schwerin. The, 7 

Greeks. The Standing of Architects | 
among the, 11 

Grilles on "Silesian Family 
Wrought-iron, 131 

Gum Fivoring, 116 


Tombs. 





Heat Insulation, 90 

Heaters. Prize for an Essay on Elec- 
tric, 104 

Heating and Ventilating Plants in the 
Sulfulk County Court-house 
and Massachusetts State 
house, Boston, 121 

apparatus of his Design. An 
Engineer requested to Guar- 
antee under Bonds a, 129 

at the Vaudeville ‘Theatre, 
London. Electric, 12 

Electric, 12, 32, 104 


Heavy Foundations on the Lot Line, 71, 
4 


8 
Height of - eT ha in San Francisco. 
Limiting the, 7 
Heine Secenent and the National 
Sculpture Society. The, 105, 130 
High Buildings. Fires in, 25, 85, 93 
Hirschberg, Silesia. The Family Tombs 
in, 131 
History of Architecture at Columbia 
College. Study of the, 
100 
* History of Painting,” 
House building in Siam, 
, by Water Moving a, 148 
dug up at Rome. A Roman, 92 
in Warsaw which Napoleon once 
occupied. The, 60 
numbering. The Centenary of, 


35 
79 
iZ 


“ 


Housesmiths’ Strike in New 
The, 86, 105, 129 
House +s in St. Louis. 
of Parliament, 
New, 145 
*“ Wood Pulp, 135 
Hunt and Lefuel. Kichard M., 37, 53 
“Mr. Van Brunt’s Eulogy on KR. M., 
40, 53 
Tributes to Richard M., 32, 37, 4 


York 


New, 68 
Berlin. The 


od 
Hygienic Hamlet. A, 74 





Ice-making Kite. An, 116 

Illinois Labor Arbitration Law. The 
New, 106 

Incendiarism in New York. Organized, 
io 

Indian Pompeii. An, 72 

Indictments in the Case of the Ireland 
Building Disaster. The, 1 

Inigo Jones. The Latter Days of, 146 

Institute and the Architects of the 
Southwest. The, 42 

Insulation. Heat, 90 

Insurance of Workmen in Germany. 
The Compulsory, 62 

Ireland Building in New York. The 
Fail of the, 1 

Iron in Modern Building Construction. 

The Durability of, 60, 69, 125 
The Shrinkage of, 140 
Ironwork for the New York Appraiser’s 
Warehouse. The Bids for 
the, 86 
Painting, 60, 69 
Isle of Wight. Small Churches in the, 


Italian Renaissance. The, 72 
Ivory Markets, 104 





Jail. The Designs for the Detroit, 25 

Japan. The Imperial Palaces of, 72 

Joboats. Pittsburgh Squatters in, 59 

Johns Hopkins University. Lectures 
on Architecture at, 58 

Jones. The Latter Days of Inigo, 146 


Kalsomining. A Problem in, 11 
Kite. An lce-making, 116 
Knocker. Wolsey’s Gold, 116 


Labor Arbitration Law. 
nois, 106 
Lake-front Improvement 
The Chicago, 57, 88 
Lake Nemi. The Pleasure Galley of 
Tiberius found in, 92, 147 
Landscape Gardening proposed for the 
Boston Public Garden, 37 
Leakage by Storm-driven Moisture, 106 
Leaks. Paper P a for, 36 
Leasowe Castle, 
Lectures on Are hiteeture at Johns Hop- 
kins University, 58 
Lefuel and Richard M, Hunt, 37, 53 
LEGAL: — 
Contract. Effect of Discrepancies in 
Building, 47 
Cornices on the American Surety 
Seeene, New York. Suit over the, 


The New Iili- 


Question. 


Employer and ype under the 
Common Law, 111 


Strength- 


LEGAL : — 
Expert Testimony before the Courts, 


106 

Fire Risks in France. The Law of, 
38 

Liens on Sepulchral Monuments, 14 

Limitations. A Case under the Cali- 
fornia Statute of, 59 

Owner not Liable for Accidents to 


Firemen. ‘Lhe, 60 
Privacy merged by Death. The Right 
of, 105 


Proposals Illegal. Fake, 140 
Responsibility of Owners in Case of 
Fire, 13, 38 
Schuyler. Denial of the Injunction 
against the Erection of a Statue of 
Mrs., 105 
Trade-unions before the Courts for 
Terrorizing Non-union Men. 
French, 2 
Legend of St. Ursula and her Virgins. 
The, 60 
Leicester and its Temple of Janus, 72 
Leonardo da Vinci, 18 
Lethaby’s Lectures Exalting the 
Builder at the Expense of the Archi- 
tect. Mr., 117 
L ette rs from Berlin, 145 
* Canada, 124 
Cc hicago, 66, 88 
London, 110 
Paris, 35 
” * §$t. Louis, 45 
Libraries. The Search for Relics of the 
Alexandrian, 148 
Licensing Stationary Engineers in Mas- 
sachusetts, 73 
Liens on Sepuichral Monuments, 14 
Life by Lightning. Loss of, 77 
Lighthouse. The Diamond Shoal, 140 
Lightning. Protection from, 77 
Limitations. A Case under the Califor 
nia Statute of, 59 
Lincoln Monument at Springfield, Il. 
The, 89 
Liquid Air in Commerce, 92 
Locomotive in Paris. An Extraordinary 
Accident to a, 130 
LONDON :— 
Cathedral. The New Roman Catholic, 
111 
Electric Heating at the Vaudeville 
Theatre, 12 
U nderground meinen The 
New, ill, 12! 
Fire Department. The , 87 
Letter from, 110 
Picture Galleries, 
100 
St. Paul’s. Old, 137, 146 
St. Saviour, Southwark. 
of, 111 
Street from Holborn to the Strand. 
The Proposed, 111 
Theatres against Fire. The Regula- 
tions for the Protection of, 99 
Trinity Almshouses in Danger of 
Destruction, 140 
Underground London, 111, 135 
Vauxhall Bridge. The Rebuilding of, 
110 
Water-supply. The, 110 
Westminster Abbey. Electricity in, 
82 
Wren’s Buildings in Peril 
of, 14 
Long Island Names, 24 
Lot Line. Heavy Foundations on the, 
71, 84 
Lowest Bidder. 
jecting the, 86 


Round about the, 


The Church 


Another 


Some Reasons for Re- 


Manhattan Bank Building, New York. 
5, 93 


The Fire in the, 85 
Vanbrugh and, 


Marlborough. 
Massachusetts. Licensing Stationary 
Engineers in, 73 
State-house. Heating 
and Ventilating 
Plant in the, 121 
Master-Builders. Convention of the 
New York State Association of, 129 
McKaig Government Buildings Bil] 
The, 34, 61 
Mecklenherg Schwerin. 
Ducal State Theatre, 7 
Medizval Architects. The Real Stand 
ing of Classic and, 117 
Meetiug-house. An Old Quaker, 24 
Memorial Churches at berlin New, 
146 
Memorials of the World’s 
ings. Proposed, 89 
Metals. The Theory of finding Water 
and, 94 
Metropolitan Museum of Art. The 
Renwick Collection of Old Masters 
declined by the, 129 
Metz Cathedral by a storm. 
oo 


The Grand 


Fair Build 


Injury to, 


92 
Mining of Thorite and Orangite in Nor- 
way. The, 130 
Minnesota Capitol Competition. The, 
62, 81, 104 
Mizing of Cement Concrete. The, 62 
Model of the World’s Fair. A Minia- 
| ture, 67 


Modern Church. Art in the, 3, 15, 27 


44, 63, 75, 95, 107, 119, 143 
Moisture. Leakage by Storm-driven, 106 
Molasses Roadways in Salt Lake City, 60 
Molybdenum, 36 
| Monna Lisa and da Vinci, 18 
| Mt. Blanc. 
| ascend, 118 


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Monument at Springfield, Ill. The} 


Ancoln, 89 
- The Fine-Arts Federation 
and the Site of the New 
York Soldiers’ and 
Sailors’, 141 
to Heine and the National 
Sculpture Society. The, 
105, 130 
Monuments. Liens on Sepule hb 
Moscow. St. Savior’s Church, 
Vioving a House by Water, 148 
= a Large Church in Chicago, 67 
Munich. The Salon of, 133 
Municipal Reform in St. Louis, 45 
Mycenwan Art. The Origin of, 38 


Names. Long Island, 24 
Napoleon once occupied. The House 
in Warsaw which, 60 
National Sculpture Society. The Heine 
Monument and the, 105, 129 
Nenot, Architect of the New Sorbonne 
M., 92 
New Urleans in Danger of Destruction. 
The Cabildo at, 94 
** The Difficulties of Sewer 
ing, 12 
NEW YORK :— 
Aierican Surety Building, New York. 
Suit over the Cornices vn the, 25 
Appraiser’s Warehouse. The Bids for 
the lronwork for the, 86 
Architectural League Exhibition. 
Ihe, 127, 130 
; The, 20, 27 
Boycotted Workman appeals to the 
Grand Jury. A, 142 
suilding Bureau, The C omp vle 1ints 
against the Head of the, 13, 49, 12 
Columbia College. Architectural Ed- 
ucation at, 100 
Derrick Accident. A, 14 
Fine-Arts Federation and the Site of 
the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monu- 
ment. The, 141 
Heine Monument and the National 
Sculpture Society. The, 105, 150 
Housesmiths’ Strike. The, 86, 105, 129 
Incendiarism on the East Side. Or 
ganized, 73 
Irefand Building. The Fall of the, 1 
Lien on a Monument. A Case of, 14 
Manhattan Bank Building. The Fire 
in the, 85, 93 
Metropolitan Museum. The Renwick 
Collection of Old Masters declined 
by the, 129 
Pulitzer Building. Fire in the, 25 
Renwick Collection of Old Masters. 
The, 129 
Sketch-Club, 22 
State Association of Master-Builders. 
Convention of the, 129 
Underwriters’ Association and Stand- 
pipes. The, 1 


Niagara Falls. A Large Steel Bridge 


at, 125 
Power Co. Buffalo and 
the, 60 


Norwegian Government and the Mining 
of Thorite and Orangite. The, 130 


Oak. The Supply of, 9 
UBITUARY: — 


Atwood. C. B., Architect, 141 
Chapman. J. H., Architect, 49 
Story. William W., Sculptor, 25 
Vaux. Calvert, Landscape Architect, 
93 
Observatory. The Chicago University, 


9 
Oil Fuel. Solidified, 140 
)id Masters. The Renwick Collection 
of, 129 
Pulpits, 137 
mtario Association of Architects. The 
Work of the, 124 
Oracle. The Working of the, 92 
Orangite. The Mining of Thorite and, 
130 
rigin of the Pointed Arch. The, 59 
tay Dam in California, The, 142 
)wner not Liable for Accidents to Fire- 
men. The, 60 
wners and Architects. Underwriters, 
13 


: 0 
ywner’s Liability for Damages by Fire, 
13, 38 
ixygen Gas, 92 


’adua. Restorations at, 9 

*ainting Lronwork, 60, 69 

-aintings at the Chicago Art Institute, 
89 

Munich Salon, 133 


“ “. 


“ 


- * St. Louis Pan S 
’alaces, A Churchyard of, 131 

* of Japan. The Imperial, 72 
*aper Pulp for Leaks, 36 
*ARIS :— 


Accident at the Montparnasse Station. 
An Extraordinary, 130 

Exhibition of 1900. The, 31, 142 

Foreign Population of Paris, The, 
116 

Letter from, 31 

Sorbonne. M. Nenot, Architect of 
the New, 92 


Statuary for the Pont de la Concorde, 
12 


Parliament, Berlin. 
, 145 
Pasteur. The Career of, 50 
Pavements. Street, 48, 60 
Peat. New Uses for, 24 
“ Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 
ilbum,”’ 82 
Philadelphia Art-collectors. The Pub 
lic Spirit of, 26 
Art Museum. The Compe 
tition for the, 26, i14, 148 
City-hall. Competition for 
Decoration in, 25 
- The Ola Capitol in, 48 
Phonograph and Detective Machinery 
The, 92 
Picture Galleri*s. Round about the 
ymdon, 100 
Pile-driving. Compressing a Clay 
Stratum by, 73 
Pittsburgh Squatters in Joboats, 
Sunday Work on an Office 
building stopped in, 86 
Plastering. Prevention of Staining of 
29, 41 
Poiuted Arch rhe Origin of the, 59 
Pompeii. An Indian, 72 
Pont de la Concorde. Statuary for the, 


, 


The New Houses 


’ 


Portchester Castle, 91 

Portraits at the London Picture Galler 
ies, 100 

Poster. A Chicago Woman’s, 89 

Prayer. Piaces for, 91 

President of the A. Il. A. Annual Ad- 
dress of the, 34 

Privacy merged by Death. The Right 
of, 105 

Prize for an Essay on Electric Heaters. 
A, 104 

Proposals illegal. Fake, 140 

Protection from Lightning, 77 

Public Buildings Bill. The McKaig, 34, 

61 
Library. The Decoration of the 
Chicago, 66 

Pulitzer Building, New York. Fire in 
the, 25 

Pulpits. Old, 137 

Pump diagnosed bya Phonograph. The 
Disease of a, 92 


Quaker Meeting-house. An Old, 2 





Radcliffe, Earl of Sussex. The Tomb 
of Thomas, 120 

Railway for London. The New Electric 
Underground, 111, 135 

in Austria. The Possible An- 
noy: a in seeing a Friend off 


“ 


by, 
. i nd Mt. Blanc A Verti- 
eal, 1 
tracks in Chicago. Elevating, 
88 


Rain-baths, 11 
Red-lead on Iron. The Use of, 69, 125 

wood Trees. Destruction of the, 
Religious and Irreligious Architecture 








Renaissance. The Italian, 72 
René of Anjou. The Tomb of, 8 
Renwick Collection of Old Masters 
The, 129 
Report of the Board of Directors, A. I. 
3 
Committee on K du cation, 
-LA.,41 
* Foreign Cor 
res pond- 
ence, A. I 


“ “ 


Aun. 42 
Publie ation, 
A.1.A., 42 


Responsibility of Owners in Case of 
Fire, 13, 38 
Restorations at Padua, 9 
REVIEWS: — 
* Architectural Engineering ,”’ 82 
* Egyptian Decorative Art,”’ 138 
* History of Painting,” 35 
“ Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 
Album,”’ 82 
* St. Paul’s Cathedral,” 137 
* Schools and Masters of Sculpture,” 
35 
Rinehart Travelling-scholarship. The, 
118 
River to the Opposite Water-shed. De- 
flecting a, 140 
Roman Catholic Cathedral in London 
The New, 111 
House dug up at Rome. A, 92 
Romanesque and Gothic Architecture. 
A Syllabus of Early Christian, 16 
Rome. The Colosseum at, 116 
Roof-hydrants. Stand-pipes and, 124 
Rosenberg Bequests to Galveston, Tex 
The, 1, 11 
Rotch Travelling-scholarship Exhibi 
tion. The, 59 
R. 1. Bb. A. Woman and the, 148 


“ 


Rustiess Coatings for Iron and Steel, 69, 


2D 


St. Lovuis:— 
Architecture in St. Louis, 68 


Art Exhibit at the Exposition. The, 


") 


Building in St. Louis, 68 
City-hall. Alleged Defects in the, 37 


Sr. Louis 
Convention. The A. I. A., 11, 21, 33, 


Houses New, 68 
Letters from, 45 
Municipal Keform. The Need of, 4¢ 
Union Station. The, 68 
St. Paul and its New State-house, 81 
“St Paul’s Cathedral,” 137 
St. Saviour, Southwark. The Church of, 
111 
Saviour’s Church. wg 52 
Sophia. The Building of, ¢ 
Ursula and her Virgins. The 
Legend of, 60 
Salon ot Munich. The, 133 
Salt Lake City. Molasses Roadways in, 
60 
San Francisco. Cemeteries and Diph 
theria in, 49 
Limiting the Height of 
Buildings in, 74 
SANITARY :— 
Cemeteries and Diphtheria in San 
Francisco, 49 
Hygienic Hamlet. A, 74 
Rain-baths, 11 
Sewering New Orleans. rhe Diff 
culties of, 12 
Typhoid Fever Cases in Chicago 
‘The Cause of Recent, 14 
Ventilating Plants in the Suffolk 
County Court-house and Massachu 
setts State-house, Boston. Heating 
and, 121 
Water-supply London’s, 110 
Scholarship. The Rinehart Travelling-, 
118 
School Children. Architectural Draw- 
ings by Public, 66 
house Competition Invitation. 
One More Ludicrous, 117 
** Schools and Masters of Sculpture,”’ 35 
Schuyler. Denial of the injunction 
against the Erection of a Statue of 
Mrs., 105 
Scotch and Danish Paintings at the St. 
Louis Exposition. The, 45 
Sculptors. The Rinehart Travelling- 
scholarship for, 118 
Sculptureat Toronto. The Guild of, 
125 
Society. The Heine Monu- 
ment and the National, 105, 
30 
Sewer in Chicago. A Large, 66 
Sewering New Orleans. The Difficul- 
ties of, 12 
Sforza Statue. Leonardo da Vinci’s, 19 
Shaft Sinking. The Gobert Freezing 
Process for, 60 
Shrinkage of Iron. The, 140 
Siam. House-building in, 
Silesia. Family Tombs in, 131 
Simplon Tunnel. The, 36 
Skeleton Construction. Fires and 
Steel, 85, 93 
“ Sky-serapers.”’ Fires in, 25 
Slag Building- blocks, 148 
Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument. The 
Fine-Arts Fede — and the Site of 
the New York, 
Solidified-oil Fuel, 140 
Sorbonne. M. Nenot, Architect of the 
New, 92 
Southwest The institute and the 
Architects of the, 42 
Spires. Eccentric, 148 
Springfield, Ill The Lincoln Monu- 
ment at, 89 
Square in Chicago. Beautifying a City, 
67 
Squatters in Joboats. Pittsburgh, 59 
Staining of Plastering. Prevention of, 
29, 41 
Stand-pipes and Roof-hydrants, 1, 24 
Statuary for the Pont de la Concorde, 
12 


) 


Statue of Mrs. Schuyler. Denial of the 
Injunction against the Erection of a, 
105 

Statute of Limitations. A Case under 
the California, 59 

Steel frame Construction 

85, 93 

Storag? Bate ries, 128 

Storm in Massachusetts. Damage to 
Buildings caused by a, 50 

Story, Sculptor. Veath of William W., 


Fires and, 


Streetfrom Holborn to the Strand. 
The Proposed, 111 
lamps The Welsbach Gas- 
burner for, 130 
Pavements, 48, 60 
Strength of Bridge and Trestle Tim- 
bers. The, 102 
Strike in New York. The House- 
smiths’, 86, 105, 129 
Study of the History of Architecture at 
Columbia College, 100 
Suffolk County Court-house, Boston 
Heating and Ventilating Plaut in the, 
121 


Sunday Work on an Office-building 
stopped in Pittsburgh, 86 

Superintendent of Buildings, The Com 
plaints against the New York, 13, 49, 
27 

Supervising Architect accused of Favor- 
itism in awarding Contracts. The, 86 

Syllabus of Early Christian, Roman- 
esque and Gothic Architecture. A, 
16 


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Telescope. The Yerkes, 89 
Temple at Portchester Castle. Re 


mains of a Roman, 91 
of Janus. Leicester and its, 72 


“ 


Terrorizing Non-Union Men. French 


rrade-unions before the Courts for, 2 


Tests. A Series of Fireproofing, 10 


Government Timber, 101 


Thames. Progress of the Blackwall 


Tunnel under the, 12 

heatres, 7, 51 

aa from Fire. The Protection 

of, 98 

New German, 146 

rhorite and Orangite. The Mining of, 
130 

liberius found in Lake Nemi. The 
*leasure Galley of, 92, 147 

limber Tests. Government, 101 

fomb. An Elizabethan, 120 
™ of René of Anjou. The, 84 

rombs in Silesia. Family, 131 

roronto, Cedar Block Street Pave 
ments in, 48 


‘“ 


Tower, A High, 71 


- The Church, 95 


Travelling-scholarship. The Rinehart, 


Trees struck by Lightning, 78 
Trinity Almshouses, London, in Peril of 


Destruction, 140 


T-Square Club, 83, 115 
Tunnelas a Wine-cellar. An Aban 


doned, 128 
* The Simplon, 3¢ 
= under the Thames. Progress 
of the Blackwall, 12 
'yphoid Fever Cases in Chicago. The 
Cause of Recent, 14 


In-Christian Churches, 27 

Inderground Railway for London. 

The New Electric, 111, 135 

nderwriters Association and Stand 
pipes. The New York, 
1 


Owners and Architects, 
1,13 

Jnexplored C anada. The Area of, 

Jnion Station, St. Louis. The, 68 

JInions before the Courts for terror 

izing Non-Union Men. French Trade-, 


niversity of Virginia. The Fire at 
the, 74 
The Chicago, 8&9 


“ 


Vanbrugh and Marlborough, 127 

Van Brunt’s Eulogy on R. M. Hunt. 
Mr., 40, 53 

Vanderbilt’s Proposed Work for Fores 
try on his Asheville Estate. Mr. 
George, 37 

Vaudeville Theatre, London, Electric 
Heating at the, 12 

Vaux, Landscape Architect. Death of 
Calvert, 93 

Vauxhall Bridge. The Rebuilding of, 
110 

Ventilating Plants in the Suffolk 
County Court-house and Massachu- 
setts State-house, Boston. Heating 
and, 121 

Vienna. Exhibition in Commemoration 
of the Congress of, 6 

Vinci. Leonardo da, 18 

Virginia. The Fire at the University 
of, 74 


Walking-delegates boycott a New York 
Carpenter, 142 

Wallisof Avignon. The, 36 

War-balloons. Firing at, 69 

Warping of the Steel Skeleton under 
Fire. The, 85, 93 

Warsaw which Napoleon once occupied. 
The House in, 60 

Washington Monument from L ight 

ning. The Protection of 


the, 80 

as Proposed Art Commission 
for, 148 

“ 


Strengthening the Govern- 
ment Pr uate 
Building, 14 

“ The Architects of the Con 
gressional Library, 61 

Water and Metals. The Theory of Find 
ing, 94 

supply of London. The, 110 

Welsbach Gas-burner for Street-lamps, 
The, 130 

Westminster Abbey. Electricity in, 82 

Wight. Small Churches in the Isle of, 


“ 


Wine-cellar, 
a, 128 

Witch-hazel Divining-rod. The, 94 

Woman and the R. I. B. A., 148 

Wood Pulp. Houses of, 135 

Workmen, The Compulsory Insurance 
of German, 62 

Wor ig Builk ling. Fire in the New 
Yor 

world’s Fair. Reminders of the, 67, 89 

Wren’s London Buildingsin Peril. An- 
other of, 140 

Wrought-iron Tomb Doors in Silesia, 131 


1 Abandoned Tunnel as 


Yerkes Telescope. The, 89 


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ILLUSTRATIONS. 
[The figures refer to the number of the journal, not to the page.) 
CLOISTERS House of Mr. Newbold, Laverock, Pa. HOTELS. Virginia Library, McCormick Theo 
. G. T. Pearson Architect, logical Semivary, Chicago, lll. Shep 
‘ ide, Fra 104 1038 Hotel St. Nicholas, St. Louis, Mo. ley, Rutan & Coolidge, Architects 
: Museum, Toulouse, ‘ E. L. Sheppard, Philadelphia Adler & Sullivan and C. K. Ramsey, 1042 (/mp 
: », AV : . Pa. Hazelburst & Huckel, Architects, 1032 . . : 
Mont St. Michel, France, 1043 Architects, 1033 (/mp.) MERCANTILE. 
f St. Troph Arles,| Houses of William McMillan and W. H INTERIORS. MeDonald & Taylor Building, Fort 
France a - oO irgh i Eames & . é — Wayne, Ind. Wing & Mahurin, Ar 
an Ma apie Young, Architects, 1041 (/mp.) Smoking-room, Baltim re Club-house, chitects, 1032 
, - A — Old Governor Brooks’ House, Medford, Ba OSS. Md. J.A. State Mutual Life Assurance Co.’s 
Magy e Ve Mass. Drawn by a. C. Fernald 1039 & W. T. Wilson, Ar Building, Worcester, Mass. Peabody 
a ‘nr Pandolfini Palace, Florence, Italy _chitects, 10 4 (/mp.) & Siearns, Architects, 1036 
: Drawn by W. H. Orchard, 1034 " I niversity Club-house, | [pion Trust Building, St. Louis, Mo 
CLUB-HOUSES. renement-house, Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Adler & Sullivan and C. K. Ramsey 
D ‘. Pirtehnrsh Pe Wilson Bros, & Co., Architecis, 1040 ee = ty Pine 9, Architects, 1033 _ 
Long v, Alden & Harlow, Archi Staircase Hall in Howse of ‘De. Wy 8 be otal pulling, Oe Louls, ae 
, . vy Im ECCLESIASTICAL. Bryant, Boston, Mase Adler & Sullivan and ©. K. Ramsey 
Mer: e Club-l e, P ude) phia, Ww. Y ’ Peters "arehi- Architects, 1033 
Pa. Baker & Dallett, Architects, 1040| St. Mary’s Church, Brading, Isle of tect, 1032 ee MISCELLANEOUS. 
j Wight, Eng Drawn by A. B. Bibb, in House of J. C. Hoag- des ’ - a 
Pla Ba Club-house. Balti 1032 me Geeheicht wo City Market, Springfield, Mass. Gard 
more id 5A. & W Wilson, oe - ; rte So Ru ar ner, Pyne & Gardner, Architects, 103 
areh 3 1034 EDUCATIONAL. a ee bite | Court of Hétel Cujas, Bourges, France 
' ee . Coolidge, Architects, Drawn by W. H. Orchard, 1044 (/mp.) 
DETAILS. aigh Gehoot, Smperia, Ran, Harry W. iam). Sketches in and about the Bargello, 
Jones, Architect, 1039 in State lutual Life As- Florence, Italy, by W. IT. Partridge, 
Det “ . ew Parlia Somerville, Mass Har surance Co.'s Building, 1032 (mp. . 
res \ilding, Berlin, Ge Paul well, Richardson & Worcester, Mass 
Wa ¥ et ‘ : Driver, Architects, 1037 Peabody & Stearns, MONUMENTAL. 
Dit Mante H e of John | State Normal School, West Superior Architects, 1036 Tombs at Hirschberg, Ger., 1043 
k. D _ Boston, Mass W heel Wis. Harry W. Jones, Architect, 1 : 
wright & Have Architects, 1034 eoumaas LIBRARIES. PUBLIC. 
Mia Entrar Sta a ame ‘ oa Competitive Design for Public Library, | Allegheny County Court-house and 
As hee eB i Oreester, | » trance Gateway, Howse of J.C, Hoas fall River, Mass Prison, Pittsburgh, Pa. H. H. Rich 
s Peabody & Stearns, Architects land, Seabright, N.J. Shepley Ru Abbott & Tompkins, Archts., 1035 ardson, Architect, 1032 (Jmp.) 
103 tan & ( oolidge Archts., 103x (/mp.) (imp. Competitive Design for Minnesot: 
DWELLINGS. West Entrance to Westmorelar Place ( ram, Wentworth & Goodhue, | State-house, St Paul, Minn. 
St. I s Mo. T. C. Link. Architect Archts., 1085 (/eg. | First Competition: W. B. Dunnell, 
\ at ~ House of J. D. Safford 1043 (/mp.) C. H. Farnham, Archt., 1035 (/mp.) | Architect, 1038; J. A. Schwein 
S , Mass. E. J. Parlett. Ar A. M. Marble, Archt., 1035 (/mp.) | furth, Architect, 1034 
e HOSPITALS. Nat. C. Smith, Archt., 1037 (Reg Second Competition Ernest Flagg 
Fie . na Estes Design for Publie Library and School, | Architect, 1042 ; George R. Mann 
B e ASS ( Kverett & | Design for a Hospital James Brown Hoboken, N. J. James Ross, Archi- | Architect, 1041; Wendell & Hum 
Me 4 t l il, Architect, 1033 tect, 1038, 1039 | phreys, Architects, 1040; Wyatt & 
H Hoag Seabright. N Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, | Proposed Fiske Memorial Library, | Noltung, Architects, 1044 ‘ 
s Kutan & ¢ ge Ar Mass. Shaw & Hunnewell, Archi Wrentham, Mass. D, H. Woodbury,| Imperial Law Courts, Leipsic, Ger 
e , tects, 1037 (/mp.) ' Architect, 1037 | Ludwig Hoffman, Archt., 1044 (/mp. 
|The figures refer to the page of text, not to the plates.) 
Ca al, Parlia se, Berlin, 14 Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, 18, 19 Paulibrunnen, Erlangen, 119 Staircase in University Club-house 
IM f abliss t respin-D Fireplace in University Club-! s Porte de Beaudets. Bruges, 15 Philadelphia, 58 
fayel, Par 9 Philadelphia, 58 St. Boniface’s Chureh, Bonchurch, Isle | Tombs in Silesia, Family, 131, 132, 133 
D head Building, New York, | Monument to the French Republic, of Wight, 5 134, 135, 136 
Y., 81 \ syons, 87 . | | Weaver’s House, Ghent, 3 








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ADDITIONAL ILLUSTRATIONS.—IMPERIAL EDITION. 


[The figures refer to the number of the journal, not to the page.) 





COLORED PRINTS. | Ds Duquesne Club-house, Pittsburgh, Pa. | Smoking-room in University Club- LITHOGRAPHIC, 

nt Denise tue f C Longfellow, Alden & Harlow, Archi house, Philadelphia, Pa. Wilson 

intrance Gateway, ouse 0 J ‘| tects, 1039 | Eyre ce Architect, 1036 Competitive Design for Publie Library 
hoten & 6 iden’ ay ies L.-. iY) | Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, | Me reantile’ Club house, Philadelphia,; Fall River, Mass. : — 

utan & Coolidge, Architec et Mass. Shaw & Hunnewell, Archts. Pa. Baker & Dalle shitec ott & T iat 

House of E. L. Sheppard, Philadelphia, 1037 wii tat , 1040 aker & Dallett,- Arc ts, — & Tompkins, Architect, 
~ Hagelhurst & Huckel, Archi-| House of J. C. Hoagland, Seabright, N. | Staircase Hall in House of J.C. Hoag-| __C. H. Farnham, Architect. 1035 
tects, 103 . J Entrance to C vurt-yard. Shepley, land, Seabright, N. J. Shepley, A. M. Marble. Architect 1035 

West Entrance to W estmorel and Place, Rutan & Coolidge, Architects, 1035 Ratan & Cociidge, Architects, |Oourt-vard of Hétsl Cains. Doernes 
St. Louis, Mo. ‘T.C. Link, Architect, | qouses of Wm. McMillan and W. H. 1044 frases, Dean be W. i. Dechert” 
1043 si a | Thornburgh, St. Louis,Mo, Eames & | Virginia Library, McCormick Theologi- | Imperial Law Courts, Leipsic, Ger. 

GELATINE. | Young, Architects, 1041 cal Seminary, Chicago, 11] Sheple y, Ludwig Hoffmann, Architect, 1044 

Allegheny County Court-house and | Smoking-room, Baltimore Club-house, Rutan & Coolidge, Architects, | Sketches in and about the Bargello 
Prison, Pittsburgh, Pa. H.H.Rich-| Baltimore, Md. J. A. & W. T. Wil- 1042 Florence, Italy, by W. T. Partridge. 
ardson, Architect, 1032 | son, Architects, 1034 ’ BY 


| 1032 


ADDITIONAL ILLUSTRATIONS.—INTERNATIONAL EDITION. 


[The figures refer to the number of the journal, not to the page a 









CLUB-HOUSES. | Bedelitte Parish Room, Bristol, Eng | Parlor in House of J. C. Hoagland, Sea- University Library, Leipsic, Ger. Ar 
. . C. M. Hirst, Architect, 1044 bright, N. J. Shepley, Rutan & Cool-| nold Rossbach, Architect, 1033 
Baltimore Club-house, Baltimore, Md. | synagogue of North Chicago Hebrew 1035 d 
A. & W. T. Wilson, Architect yniagog i a werk 
J. A. & . . SOB, 4 oCue, Congregation, Chicago, Lil. 5. S. | Smo g-room, New ork Athletic | , . sae 
1034 (Gel.) Beman, Architect, 1040 (Gel. w York, N.Y. 6. W,| MERCANTILE. 
; st, 1032 3ank of Bolton, Bolto Eng 
c S. — -_ iton, Er Brad- 
DETAII GATEWAYS. rth Chicago Hebrew shaw & Gass, Areh tects, 1043 : 
Chimneypieces in Dining-room and Li-| ,, mn . aA Pl — Chicago, Il S. S.} Design for Halifax and Huddersfield 
brary, House of J. East Entrance ete or oe ~ rt et, 1040 Bank, Halifax, Eng Yarbolton & 
©. Hoagland, Sea tank,” , West Entrance to Vandeventer Place, Tugwell, Architects, 1035 
bright, N. J. Shep 044(Gel.) ritect, | St. Louis, Mo. Stewart, McClure & | No, 1s Great Marlborough St., London 
ley, Rutan & Cool- “ “ Westmore a i Place Mullgardt, Architects, 1043 Eng. Perey Stone, Architect, 1042 
‘ 2 estmorelant ce, : 2 
Sage, Arehts., 1068 St. Louis, Mo. HOSPITALS. Royal Insurance Co.’s Building, Glas 
Gel.) I 2s & Young - gow, Scotland Honeyman & Keppir 
“ the Hotel Sully, Cha- | ames & roung.,| Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, Architects, 1041 
tellerault, France, | ,, Archts., 1043 ((el.) Vass Shaw & Hunnewell, Archi 
1034 Gateway to W ashington Terrace, St. ects, 1037 (Gel.) MISCE , 
Detail of No. 69 Aldersgate St., London, reeegg  ¥ George R, Mann, Archi actin Ss ILLANEOUS, 
Eng. Romaine, Walker & wan es és vi oe 4  eetianes Wines : a ae City Assembly Rooms, Birmingham, 
Tanner, Architects, 1040 € poe a ~ Ma done ’ M * ce, | North B sh Railway Hotel, Edin- Eng. Essex, Nicol & Goodman. Ar 
“ Union Trust Building, St St. Louis, MO. Stewart, . re & , 


burgh, Scotiand. W. Hamilton Beat- chitects, 1042 
tie, Architect, 1033 


Louis. Mo Adler & Sulli- Muligardt, Architects, 1043 (Gel. 


van and C. K. Ramsey, Ar- 


“Dawn” and “ Twilight,” after Paint. 









. 78 ry ¢ z ile se t Tr Se 
chitects, 1041 (Gel.) GELATINE. INTERIORS. pistee tos -_ wmhever mm ** <- . 
Doorway of Church of Convent of St. | 4}) Saints’ Episcopal Church, Boston, | Australian and Canadian Conference Tugwell, Architects, 1039 
Leonardo, Apulia, Italy, Mass. Cram, Wentworth & Goodhue, Rooms, Imperial Institute, London, oN “* Exposition of 19090, Paris, 
1032 ; . | Architects, 1040 Eng. T. E. Colleutt, Are hitect, 1034 France. M. Esuault Pel 
- “the Faculté des Sciences | paltimore Club-house, Baltimore, Md. | Billiard-room, * Halton,” Hertford- terie, Architect, 103¢ 
at the Sorbonne, Paris,|; Jj. A. & W. T. Wilson, Architects, shire, Eng., 1033 General Scheme for the Exhibition of 
France. H. P. Nenot, 1034 in University Club- 1900, Paris, France, 1034 
Architect, 1037 _ | Billiard-room in University Club-house, house, Philadelphia, | Sessions House, Westminster, London, 
Entrance to a Restaurant, Paris, | Philadelphia, Pa, Wilson Eyre, Jr., Pa. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Eng. D. H. Pownall, Architect, 1032 
France. M. Lecq, Architect, 1037 | Architect, 1036 } Architect, 1036 (Getl.) Sketches by J. W. Case, late Rotch 
External Staircase to Church at Bind- Chimneypieces in Dining-room and Li-| Dining-room in House of J. C. Hoag lravelling-Scholar, 1037 
lach, Ger., 1037 P | brary, House of J.C. Hoagland, Sea land, Seabright, N. J. Shepley, Ru-| Sun-dial at Whatton House, near 
Pulpit in the Schlosskirche, Witten- bright, N. J. Shepley, Rutan & Cool tan & Coolidge, Architects, 1035 ( Gel.) Loughborough, Eng. Brewill & Bail 
berg, Ger., 1037 idge, Architects, 1038 Entrance-hall, Duquesne Club-house, Architects, 1037 
Detail of Union Trust Building, St. Pittsburgh, Pa. Longfellow, Alden & 
DWELLINGS. | Louis, Mo. Adler & Sullivan and C, Harlow, Architects, 1039 ( Gel.) | MONUMENTAI 
. . ‘> | K. Ramsey, Architects, 1041 Gray’s Inn Chapel, London, Eng. Re- |} ricer 
Bedston ( oats eheaheet, Hes, Dining-room in House of J. C. Hoag- stored by C. i. Shoppee, Archt., 1040 | Funerary Monument, St. Raphael, 
Grayson & Ould, - ae E. C. Bew-| land, Seabright,N.J. Shepley, Rutan | Ladies Dining room, Duquesne Club- France. A. Narjoux, Architect, 1032 
House near ¢ oleshil ° Tas a OW | & Coolidge, Architects, 1035 house, Pittsburgh, Pa. Longfellow,| Monument to Emile Augier, Valence, 
lay, —— 1 Seabright. N. | East Entrance to Portland Place, St Alden & Harlow, Archts., 1039 ( Gel.) France. Duchess d’ Uzes, Seulptor ; 
of J. C. ——— Rute a . any Louis, Mo. 7. C. Library in University Club-house, Phila Louis Parent, Architect, 1033 
J. ern! sets, 1035 1038, Link, Archt., 1044 delphia, Pa. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Ar- 
ldgo, ATSRIVOG, IVES, S2Oe, | Westmoreland Place,| chitect, 1036 (Ge PUBLIC 
1044 ( Gel.) St. Louis, Mo.| Main Dining-room and AssembJy-hall, | ue. 
ee “ the late William Burges, Ar- | tu. souls, 0. ain ning - om ant — eemoD)y —~ Dh = s pe . ¥ 
t mca Kensingt 1 7 | Eames & Young, Ar- Duquesne Club-house, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; Four Competitive Designs for Town- 
py “041 sind im i chitects, 1043 Longfellow, Alden & Harlow, Archi-| hall, Stuttgart, Ger., 1033 
— | Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, tects, 1039 (Gel.) Mayo Hall, Bangalore, India, 1037 
Polaase Bisaer,, — nthe Hill Mass Shen & Hunnewell, Archi-| Parlor in House of J.C. Hoagland, Sea- | Museum, Bangalore, India, 1037 
“St. Keverne,” gy oe »! tects, 1037 bright, N. J. tetey Rutan &| Public Baths and Municipal Offices, 
_ Eng. Arnold —~ ngs ase Hill | Gateway to Washington Terrace, St Coolidge, Architects, 1035 (Gel.) Deptford, Eng. Thomas Dinwiddy, 
.- we” ss iaitehell, Arebt ary *| Louis, Mo. George R. Mann, Archi- | Smoking-room, New Yor k Athletic Architect, 1037 
ng- 4 . bk Tone, | tect, 1041 Club-house w York, N.Y. C. W. 
Villa of Count de B., Bormes, France, House of J.C. Hoagland, Seabright, N Clinton, Architect 1032 (G ) 
Henri Valette, Architect, 1042 | J. Shepiey, Rutan & Coolidge, Archi ' te RAILROAD. 
ECCLESIASTICAT | teets, 1035, 1038, 1044 LIBRARIES. Railroad Station, Bucharest, Roumania 
a — Interiors in Duquesne Club - house, | Competitive Design for Technical Insti- George Frentzen, Architect, 1041 
All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Boston, Pittsburgh, Pa. Longfellow, Alden tute and Public Library, West Ham, 
Mass. Cram, Wentworth & Goodhue, |_ & Harlow, Architects, 1039 i Eng. : } THEATRES. 
Architects, 1040 (Gel.) Library in University Club-house, Phil- | Clark & Hutchinson, Archts., 1038 | _ Reg Sage 
Private Chapel, Pyrgo P ark, Havering, adelphia, Pa. Wilson Eyre, Jr., Ar-| Thomas Davison, Archt., 1038 : | ¢ oncert hall, Zurich Switzerland, 
Eng. Percy M. Roberts, Archt. , 1035 chitect, 1036 ' Gibson & Russell, Archts., 1036 | Fellner & Helmer, Architects, 1041 
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viii The American Architect and shareng 3 News. — Index. [Vou L 
[The figures refer to the number of the journal, not to the page, and the Edition is indicated in italic abbreviation.] 
Apulia, Italy. Doorway of Church of | Emporia, Kansas, High School Build- | Loughborough, Eng. Pe aie What-| Sr. Lous, Mo. :— 
Convent of St. Leonardo, 1032 (Int.) ing. Harry W. Jones, Architect, 1039} ton House. Brewi aily, Archi- q 
Arles, France. Cloister of 8t. Tro- | Reg.) | tects, 1037 (Int.) Wainwright Building. Adler & Sulli 
1043 (R . . van and ©. K. Ramsey, Architects, 
phime, 1043 ( Req.) Fall River, Mass Competitive Designs | | Medford, Mass. Old Governor Brooks 1033 ( Reg.) 
wwe x BD ey ee ae | for Public Library :— | URteo). Drawn by A. C. Fernald, 1039 | West Entrance to Vandeventer Place, 
(Req., Imp, and Int.) A my oe \ ae Ascites, | Mont St. Michel, France. Cloister, 1043 | page MeClure 
Bangalore, India, Mayo Hall, 1037 (Int.) | Cram Wentworth & Goodhue, Ar- | (Reg.) : : | chi ite tn "1043 
‘ The Museum, 1037 | echitects, 1035 (Reg.) ’ Naples, Italy. Cloister of San Martino, Int.) 
(Int.) | } Farnham. Are 1035 (J 1043 (Reg.) | “ ‘ “w 
serlin, Ger. Detail of Council-, ry Mi Marble Arebt. i005 (imp) New York, N.Y. Smoking-room, New bd simoreland 
chamber, New Parliament Building. Nat. ©. Smith, Archt., 1037 (Reg.) York Athletic Club-house. C. W. Link Arehitect 
Pan! Wallot, Architect, 1044 (Reg.) wt serene che — Clinton, Architect, 1032 (/nt.) — ’ 
Bindlach, Ger. External Staircase to | Florence, Italy. Pandolfini Palace 1043 (Jmp.) 
Chureh at, 1037 (/nt.) + Drava by w. H. | PAntt, RABE | St. Paul, Minn. Competitive Design for 
Birkenhead, Eng. Bedston Court , Orchard, 1034 (Reg.) Design for Exposition of 1900. M.| Minnesota State-house. 
Grayson & Ould, Architects, 1044 ™ Sketches in and about Esnault Pelterie, Archt., 1036 (Jnt.) | First Competition: W. B. Dunnell, 
(Int.) the Bargello, by Ww. Doorway of the Faculté des Sciences, | Archt., 1038 (Reg.) ; J. A. Schwein- 
7 Eng City Assemb!] y limp artridge, 1032 shitest. te8? Cer) H. P. Nenot, Ar- | furth, archt., 1034 (Reg.) 
tooms. Essex, Nicol & Goodman, | ,, , ae chitect, 1037 (Int. Second Competition: Ernest Flagg, 
Architects, 1042 (Int. Pee, France. Cloister, 1043 Entrance to a Restaurant. M. Lecgq, | pean A ey Reg.) ; George i 
Bolton, Eng. Bank of Bolton, Brad- | _ (4%) = Architect, 1037 (/nt.) M "Archt., 1041 (Reg.); Wen- 
shaw & Gass, Aneiieeote, } 1043 (Int.) Fort Wayne, Ind. McDonald & Taylor General Scheme for the Exhibition of dell & Hamphbrevs ee 1040 
sormes, Franc e Tilla of Count de B. Building. Wing & Mahurin, Archi- 1900, 1034 (Int.) | (Reg.); Wyatt & Niulting, Arehts 
smri Vale > tects, 1032 (Reg. rhs. Spe or 2 &, " 
Henri Valet a hitect, 1042 (/nt. | ’ $ 1044 (Reg.) 
| Glasgow, Scotland. Royal Insurance | PHILADELPHIA, Pa. : — | St. Raphael renee Funerary Monu- 
SOSTON : | Company’s Building. Honeyman &| House of E. L. Sheppard, Philadel- |’ me =< A - Narjoux Archt., 1032 ( Int.) 
| Keppie, Architects, 1041 (/nt.) phia, Pa. Hazelhurst & Huckel, Seabright, J. House of J. C. Hoag- 
All Saints’ Episcopal Church. Cram, | Halifax, Eng. Design for Halifax and Architects, 1033 (/mp.) \ i” * * , > ter coils ‘Goelides 
Wentworth & Goodhue, Architects, Huddersfield Bank. Tarbolton & eriors in University Club- se. | ane. pepey, = « ge, 
Interiors in niversity Club-house. Architects, 1035, 1038, 1044 (Reg., imp. 
' 1040 (/mp.) Mi lin £ Jot Pe Aateaee. 1035 (Jnt.) Wilson Eyre, Jr., Architect, 1036 | and Int.) Se 
ining room antel in House o ohn arrow-on-the-h ng. (Imp. and Int. . my iia toh Se ‘ 
E. Devlin. Wheelwright & Haven, “St. Keverne.” Arnold Mite hell, Mercantile Club-house. Baker & my i ie Arebi- 
Architects, 1034 (Reg Architect, 1039 (/nt.) alle shi s 1040 (UImp.) well, BKichardson AVOE, 
» , Fae dh - ¥ Dallett, Architects, 1040 (Imp. | teets, 1037 (Reg.) 
taircase Hall, House of Dr. Ww . S. Two Houses. Arnold Mitchell, Ar- Tenement-house. Wilson Bros. &Co., | Springfield, Mass. Alterations to House 
Brvant. W. Y. Peters, Architect, | chitect, 1032 (/nt.) Architects, 1040 ( Reg.) | of J. D. Safford 
1032 (Reg. re > >rivate Ch: . Py : td. . a ° 
’ | meceenn, Se R SS npel. Fyrae Pittsburgh, Pa. Allegheny County } E. J. Parlett, Ar- 
Bourges, France. Court-yard of Héitel 1035 (Int ) g , Faith 7 Court-house and | chitect, 1040 ( Reg.) 
Cujas. Drawn by W. H. Orchard, 1044 restienteiins Eng. Billiard-room, | Prison. H.H. Rich- | # “ City Market. Gard- 
(/mp.) “ Halton.” 1033 ( Int.) ‘ ardson, Architect, | ner, Pyne & Gard- 
Bristol, Fng. Redcliffe Parish Room Hirsch be re. Ger. Tombs, 1043 (Reg.) } 1032 (/mp.) | ner, Architects, 
H. ©. W. Hirst, Architect, 1044 (/nt.) | Hoboken, J. Desien for Public} . * Duquesne Club-house. | 1037 ( Reg.) 
Brookline, Mass. Fieldstone Terrace for Library ~¥ ‘Ocbust James Ross Longfellow, Alden | Stuttgart,Ger. Four Competitive De- 
Dana Estes. Cabot,| 4 webthnes 1038, 1039 (Reg.) ie & Harlow, Archts., signs for Town-hall, 1033 (/nt.) 


Everett & Mead, 
chitects, 1038 (Re g.) 
Free Hospital for 
Women. Shaw & 
Hunnewell, Archts., 

1037 (Imp. and Int.) 
Roumania. Railroad Station. 


Ar- 


Bucharest, 


George Frentzen, Architect, 1041 ( nt. 
Chatellerault, France. Chimneypieces 

in the Hotel Sully, 1034 (/nt.) 
Chicago, Il. Synagogue of Norti: Chi- 


cago Hebrew Congrega 


tion. S.S. Beman, Ar- 
chitect, 1040 ( Jnt.) 
Virginia Library, Me 


Cormick 
Seminary. 


rheological 
Shepley, 


Rutan & Coolidge, Ar 
chiteets, 1042 (/mp.) 
Coleshill, Eng. House near. E. C 
Bewlay, Architect, 1044 (/nf.) 
Deptford, Eng Public Baths and 
Municipal Offices Thomas Dinwid 
die. Architect. 1037 (/nf 
Edinburgh, Seotland. North British 


Railway Hote Ww 
Architect, 1033 (/nf. 


7 amilt on Beattie, 


Isle of Wight, 


Brading. 
( Reg.) 


Laverock, Pa, 


G. T. 
| Leipsic, Ger, 


Pearson, 


Eng. 


St. Mary’s Church, 
Drawn by A. B. Bibb, 1032 


House of Mr. Newbold. | 


Imperial Law 


nold Rossbach, 
tect, 1033 (/nt.) 


LONDON, ENG. : 


Architect, 1038 ( Reg.) 

Courts. | 
Ludwig Hoffmann, 
chiteect, 1044 ( Imp.) 

University Library. 


Ar 


Ar- 
Archi- 





1039 ( Reg., 
Int.) 


Ragusa, Austria. Palazzo Bizarro, 1041 
(/nt.) 
| Sr. Louis, Mo. 
Detail of Union Trust Building. 


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Australian and Canadian Conference 


T. E 


Rooms, 
Colleutt. 


maine, 


Imperial 

Architect 
Detail of No. 69 
w 


Institute. 


Aldersgate S 
alker & Tanner, 


tects, 1040 (Jnf.) 


Gray’s Inn 


H. She »ppee, 


House of 


No. 
Stone, 


Chapel. 
Architect, 1040 ( 


Kensington, 1041 ( 


18 Great Marlborough St. 
Architect 


, 1042 (/nt.) 


Sessions House, Westminster. 


Pownall, 


, 1034 (int. } 
t. Ro- 
Archi 


) 


Int.) 


Int.) 


Restored by C. 


the Late William Burges, 
Architect, 


Percy | 


F 


Architect, 1032 (/nt. 


H. 


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Adler & Sullivan and C. K. Ramsey, 


Architects, 1041 (/nt.) 

East Entrance to Portland Place. T. 
©. Link, Archi- 
tect, 1044 (/nt.) 

= - estmore land 
Place. Eames & 
Young, Archi- 
tects, 1043 (/nt.) 


Gateway to Washington Terrace. 
George R. Mann, Archt., 1041 (/nt.) 

Hotel St. Nicholas. Adler & Sullivan 
and C. K. Ramsey, Architects, 1032 
( Reg.) 

Houses of William MeMillan and W. 

Thornburgh. Eames & Young, 

Architects, 1041 (/mp.) 

Union Trust Building. Adler & 
Sullivan and C. K. Ramsey, Archi- 
tects, 1033 (Reg.) 


Imp. and | 





Toulouse, France. 
| seum, 1043 ( Reg,) 
Valence, France. Monument to Emile 
Augier. Duchesse d’Uzes, Sculptor ; 
Louis Parent, Architect, 1033 (/nt.) 
Verona, Italy. Cloister of San Zeno 
Maggiore, 1043 ( Reg.) 
West Ham, Eng. Competitive Design 
for Technical Institute and Public 
Library : 
Clark & Hutchinson, Arehts., 1038 
Unt.) 
Thomas Davison, Archt., 1038 (/nt.) 
Gibson & Russell, Archts., 1036 (/nt.) 
West Superior, Wis. State Normal 
School. Harry W. Jones, Architect, 
1035 ( Reg.) 
Wittenberg, Ger. Pulpit in the Schloss- 
kirche, 1037 (/nt.) 
Worcester, Mass. State Mutual Life 
Assurance Co.'s Building. Peabody & 
Stearns, Architects, 1036 ( Reg.) 
"Vrentham, Mass. Proposed Fiske Me- 
morial Library. D. H. Woodbury, 
Architect, 1037 ( Reg.) 
Zurich, Switzerland, 
Fellner & Helmer, 


Cloister in the Mu- 


Concert-hall, 
Archts., 1041 (/nt.) 


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