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COPYRIGHT, 1901
ALBERT KELSEY

Press of
Edw. Stern & Co., Inc.,
Philadelphia

TO THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF AMERICA, THE EMBODIMENT OF AN EARNEST ASPIRATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AS DISTINGUISHED FROM THE PROMOTION OF ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE, THIS VOLUME

IS DEDICATED.

TO ITS NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON MUNICIPAL ART AND TO MR. CASS GILBERT, ITS FIRST CHAIRMAN, THE INITIATORS OF THE MOVEMENT FOR THE ORGANIZED IMPROVEMENT OF CITY-MAKING, AND TO THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, TO WHOSE RE-ENFORCEMENT IS DUE THE MOST NOTABLE SPECIFIC RESULTS, ACKNOWLEDG

MENT IS MADE.

LIKEWISE TO CONGRESS, IN ITS WISE APPOINTMENT OF AN INCOMPARABLE COMMISSION TO STUDY AND REPORT UPON THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL, THIS WORK

IS GRATEFULLY INSCRIBED.

Announcement

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HE ARCHITECTURAL ANNUAL will, year by year, gain in permanent interest, since it aims to

record above all the growth and influence of those changes of architectural sentiment that cannot be felt or measured week by week, but the course of which be traced in a review of the longer period covered by the Annual, and in the light of which the significance of contemporary variation may be accurately judged.

Year by year it will be enlarged and enriched to reflect the birth and growth of organic city-making in the United States. Step by step it will report the most notable civic improvements at home and abroad, gathering ideas upon all phases of municipal reconstruction from diversified fields in order that the subject may be fully covered.

Volume One is already at a premium. The few remaining copies of the second edition will be sent express paid to any address for four dollars in advance. Volume Two will be sent upon receipt of the price ($3.50) to any address, express prepaid.

Address all communications to The Architectural Annual, 931 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

THE ARCHITECTURAL ANNUAL

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CONTENTS

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136

33-38
39-48

49-66

84

Portrait. Louis H. Sullivan

Editorials

II-32

Annual Address of the President of the American

Institute of Architects. Robert S. Peabody .

The National Maine Monument Competition

Louis H. Sullivan, Thinker and Architect. Albert

W. Barker

Louis H. Sullivan, Artist among Architects,

American among Americans. Chas. F. Caffin, 67-68

An Abandoned Idea for the last Paris Exposition, 69-71

New Entrance to the Manhattan Hotel, New

York. Henry J. Hardenberg, Architect

72-73

Designs for U. S. Post Office, Fitchburg, Mass.

James Knox Taylor, Architect .

74-75

The Electrical Tower, Pan-American Exposition.

John Gaylen Howard, Architect

76-78

Charles Grafly at Work on a Sculptured Clock-

Dial

79

Design for a New Approach to Fairmount Park,

Philadelphia

80-31

The Casino, Monte Carlo. Charles Garnier,

Architect.

82-83

Arch Erected in Honor of Maj. Gen. Otis, at

Rochester, N. Y. Claude Fayette Bragdon,

Architect,

Competitive Design for the Union Club House,

New York. Donn Barber, Architect . .

85-87

How to Beautify Chicago. Dwight Heald Per-
kins

88-90

The Beautifying of Cities. Charles F. Caffin . 90

Rear View of the Grand Opera House, Paris.

Charles Garnier. Architect .

91

Grand Prix Design, 1899. École des Beaux Arts.

By Tony Garnier

92-93

The New Théâtre de l'Opéra Comique, Paris

94

Decorations in the Trocadero Restaurant, London, 95

The Art Palaces of the Paris Exposition

96-100

Study for an Inclined Railway Station. John

Russel Pope, Architect

Design for U S. Post Office Building at Joliet, 111.

James Knox Taylor, Architect .

102-103

“ The Tower," Pangbourne. John Belcher,

Architect

104

Triumphal Arch erected at Toronto. C. J. Gib-
son, Architect

105

Mural Paintings in the Sorbonne, Paris. By

François Flameng .

106-107

Accepted Design for Memorial Hall, Yale Uni-
versity. Carrère & Hastings, Architects

108-110

Monument to Guy de Maupassant, Paris

Entrance to a Cemetery. Wetherill P. Trout,

Architect

Housing Wage-Earners

113-116

Doorway iu Algiers

117

Two Churches near Philadelphia. By Frederick

M. Mann, Architect .

118-122

Accessories to City Houses .

123

A New York House. Abner J. Haydell, Archi-
tect

124-131

A Proposed Municipal Experiment.

132

Designs for House for Harold Peirce, Esq., at Bryn

Mawr, Pa.

133-135

Design for Cemetery Monument. Eames &

Young, Architects

The New York Yacht Club Building. Warren &

Wet more, Architects

137-143

Designs for U. S. Custom House and Post Office

at Brunswick, Ga.

144-145

Designs for a Summer Cottage. Edgar V. Seeler,

Archi'ect ..

. 146-147

Design for an Art Club. Howard Greenley,

Architect

148-150

Additions to Paddockhurst, Sussex. Aston Webb,

Architect

151

Design for a Crematory

152-153

Design for First Church of Christ Scientists, St.

Louis. Mauran, Russel & Garden, Architects, 151-155

Leaded Glass Designs. By Nicola l'Ascenzo 156

Sketch for a Canal Bridge. Donn Barber, Archi.

tect

157

The Fountain of Man. Charles Grafly, Sculptor, 158-159

Design for Office Building. Sproatt & Rolph,

Architects

160

Matters of Municipal Art

161-163

A Study. By John Russel Pope

164

The Clock Dial, Orleans Station, Paris . .

165

Designs for Country House at Berwyn, Pa., Dulir-

ing, Okie & Ziegler, Architects

166-167

The Hunt Memorial, New York City.

. 168-169

Children's Wading Basin, Humboldt Park, Buffalo, 170

A Lesson in Park-Making .

171

Accepted Design for the Victoria Memorial.

Aston Webb, Architect

172-173

Harvard Architecture. By R. Clipston Sturgis · 174-176

The Dormitories of the University of Pennsylva-

nia. Cope & Stewardson, Architects

177-180

Buildings for the Parish of St. John the Bapt.st,

Pittsburg, Pa. Beezer Bros., Architects

181

Vestibule and China Closets .

182

Godeboeuf Competition: Prize Design for Bay

Window

183

Mural Paiutings in the Sorbonne, Paris. Ву
François Flameng . .

184-185

Design for Memorial Library at Williamsport, Pa.

Edgar V. Seeler, Architect .

186-187

Design for Concert Program. By Haroll Van

Buren Magonigle ..

188

Residence at Princeton, N. J. Cope & Steward-

son, Architects

189

Design for San Diego Public Library. Acker-

manu & Ross, Architects

!90-191

A Gynınasium and Atbletic Centre for a French

City. By Paul A. Davis, 3d

192-193

Designs for Post-Office Building at Oakland, Cal.

James Knox Taylor, Architect

194-196

Design for a Monumental Water Approach

197

Competitive Design for Beck Memorial Church,

New York. Donn Barber, Architect .

198–201

Proposed Plan of the Municipal Art and Science

Exhibit for the Louisiana Purchase Exhibition,

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Palais Longchamps, Marseilles

203

Public Gymnasium, Hamilton Fish Park, New

York City. Carrère & Hastings, Architects 204

Hudson Park, New York City. Carrère & Hast-
ings, Architects .

205
Front Elevation of the Free Public Library,

Decatur, ill. Mauran, Russell & Garden, Archi-
tects.

206

Design for a Neighborhood Playground. Andrew

J. Sauer

207

Tomb in the Campo Santo at Milan. Professor

Butti, Sculptor

208-209

Church of the Evangelist at Lansdowne, Pa.

Frederick M. Mann, Architect

210-211

Art Metal Work, Jardin Des Plantes, Paris 212-213

Charles Hitchcock Hall, University of Chicago.

Dwight Heald Perkins, Architect

214

A Concrete Garden Bench at Taormina, Sicily 215

Family Vault, Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis.

Eames & Young, Architects ...

216

Competitive Design for Commonwealth Trust

Co., Philadelphia. Duhring Okie & Ziegler,

Architects

217

The First Baptist Church, Philadelphia. Edgar

V. Seeler, Architect.

218-219

Genessee Valley Trust Co.'s Building. Bragdon

& Hillman, Architects

Wilton House and Sunken Garden at Tisbury .

Terrace Steps. Clifton Hall .

The Sweet Waters of Europe, Constantinople

223

“The Savage Age in the Western Hemisphere,”

Sketch. John J. Boyle, Sculptor

224

Residence at Chestnut Hill, Pa. Cope & Steward-

son, Architects

225

Monument to Deacon Samuel Chapin. Aug. St.

Gaudens, Sculptor

226-227

American Basement Houses

228-229

The Woman's Civic League of St. Paul

230

The Football Players. Douglas Tilden, Sculptor 231

A Courtyard in Damascus

232

A Courtyard in Constantinople

233

Revere Beach, Boston..

234-235

Festive Pageantry, Pariser Platz, Berlin

236

High Art and Little Fishes

237

Art Metal Work, Polished Steel Grille in the

Louvre, Paris

238-239

House at Rowland Park, Md. Ellicott & Em-
mart, Architects

240

The Sieges Allee, Berlin .

241

The Science of Cities

242-252

The Maryland Building, Charleston Exhibition.

Ellicott & Emmart, Architects

253

The New Union Station at Pittsburg. Daniel H.

Burnham, Architect.

254-255

The Jefferson Monument at Louisville, Ky. Sir

Moses Ezekiel, Sculptor .

256

A Focal Point in Stuttgart

257

A Touraine Garden. By Wetherill P. Trout 258-260

Burial Ground, Street and Mosque at Scutari

261

The Brookline Public Bath House

262-263

The American Architectural Exhibition at the

Paris Exposition. By Charles F. Caffin .. 264–265

Mural Painting in the Sorbonne, Paris. By Benja-
min Constant

266

he Bastile Column, Paris

267

Hall in Residence of Charles F. Sprague. Little

and Brown, Architects . .

268

The Congregational Church, Naugatuck, Conn.

McKim, Mead & White, Architects

269

The Purposes of the Exposition. By John G.

Milburn

270-271

U. S Post Office, Joliet, ill. Janies Knox Taylor,

Architect.

272

U. S. Post Office, Clinton, Ia. James Knox
Taylor, Architect

272

Recreation Piers on River Front in Philadelphia.

By William Copeland Furber

· 273-275

Group taken at the Chicago Convention of the

Architectural League of America, 1900

276

Some of the Members of the Philadelphia Con-

vention of the Architectural League of Amer-

ica, 1901

277

Competitive Design for Episcopal Mission Build -

ings. Adin B. Lacy, Architect

278

The Directory

279-288

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