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fireproof building to be erected on W. Broadway; (Reported for The American Architect and Building News.) 655,148. SYSTEM OF COOLING AND VENTILATING.
cost, $30,000. - Walter H. Dickerson, Newark, N. J. 655,182. HOT-AIR DRUM.-John F. Beck, Atlanta,
Calumet, Mich.- Arobitect Carl E. Nystrom, Las.
[Although a large portion of the building intelligence prim, is drawing plans for a three-story brick store Ga. 655,185. DIVIDERS. – William A. Bernard, New
and office building for Miss Corrigan, cost, $15.010. is provided by their regular correspondents, the edi. Haven, Conn.
tors greatly desire to receire voluntary information, Charlestown, N. H.-The G. S. Bond Co. will be 655,199. COMBINED LOCK AND LATCH. Moses E. especially from the smaller and outlying towns.]
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rebuild the Bond factory for the manufacture of 655,220. GLASS PRISM-PLATE.-Godfrey Fugman,
musical instrument cases. Cleveland, O.
Chicago, 111. — Several M. E. Societies contemplate 655,233. WATER-CLOSET VALVE. - Henry T. C.
the formation of an institutional church. Tbe Heuck, Champuign, nii.
Baltimore, Md. Tho Howard Park Improvement plan, it is said, 1s 10 effect the consolidation of 651,285. AIR-PURIFYING APPARATUS.
- Richard Co. have had plans prepared by Architects Hodges several Methodist congregations, including Trinity, H. Thomas, Chicago, Ill.
& Loach for a stone and frame hotel, to cost $60, the First Church and others, sell present proper655,288. AUTOMATIC TANK. - William 0. Wayman, 000.
ties and employ the capital thus recured, probably Chicago, Ill.
Bloomington, Ill. - Architect George H. Miller is $2.000,000, in building one of the largest houses of 655,290. CONSTRUCTION OF WALLS AND CEIL
preparing plans for a brick and stone bank build worehip in the world. This institutional church INGS, – Anton Wohlgemuth, Munich, Ger.
ing for the Livingston estate. It will be a four will recognize po class or caste, and meetings will 655,303. APPARATUS FOR FLUSHING WATERstory brick and stone structure, 18' 3 110%, costing
be conducted on week days as well as on Sundays. Closets. – Adolphus La Bonté, Worcester, Mass. $20,000.
Jenny & Mundie bave drawn plans for alterations 655,326. LEVEL.- Sam M. Combs, Mount Sterling, Chris. Trevert will erect a three-story brick store to be made to the Adams Express Building, recently Ky.
and office building. 57' x 57', after plans by Archi purchased by John C. McCord; cost, $50.000. 655,331-332. Window. - Oliver M. Edwards, Syra tect Arthur L. Pillsbury; cost, $18,000.
Architect A. Sandegren is preparing plans for ad cuse, N. Y.
apartment-building to cost $30,000. 655,351. WATER-HEATING APPARATUS.-William Bridgeport, Conn. - Architect G. W. Kramer, 1
Hill & Waltersdorf bave drawn plans for a twoMadison Ave., New York City, bas prepared plans Rocblitz, Chicago, Ill.
story residence to be erected on Sheridan Ave. for a now M. E. Church to cost $6,000. 655,364. BARREL-SWING. - George L. Edgerton,
The exterior wall will be of rough cement and Guilford College, N. C. Buffalo, N. Y.- Arcbitect Cbas. D. Swan is pro
brick; cost, $15,000. 655,382. Lock MECHANISM FOR REVERSIBLE paring plans for a three-story brick and stone
Z. T. Davis is preparing plans for a packing plant WINDOWS. - William H. Talbot, San Francisco, Cal. school-building to be erected at Fillmore Ave. and
to be erected at the corner of 418t St. and Emerald 655,401. PRISMATIC ROLLED SHEET - GLASS. Best St.; cost, $78.000.
Ave. for Ruddy Bros.; cost, about $125,000. Charles C. Hartung, St. Louis, Mo.
Architects Buemming & Dick, Milwaukee, Wis., 655,419. DRY CLOSET AND INCINERATOR. - Fred have beon commissioned to design the Wisconsin Cleveland, 0.- Architects Steffens, Searles & Hirsh P. Smith, Albany, N. Y.
Building at the Pan-American Exposition.
are drawing plans for a three-story stone and brick 655,426. CENTRE FOR FIREPROOF ARCHES. – Guy Butte, Mont. — The Minor Publishing Co. has had
bank building to be erected on Wade Park Ave, for
the Genesee Savings & Banking Co.; cost, $15,000. B. Waite, Hoboken, N. J. plans prepared by H. M. Patterson for a five-story
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“The Georgian Period”
This publication, which now consists of six Parts, contains about one hundred pages of text, illustrated by some two hundred text-cuts, and two hundred and sixteen full-page plates, of which forty-three are gelatine or half-tone prints. It is in truth a work of superior excellence and great usefulness. The matter already illustrated may in small part be classified thus:
PUBLIC BUILDINGS City Hall, New York, N. Y.
Date 1803-12 Old State House, Boston, Mass.
1748 Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
1755 Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.
1770 Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.
1729 Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass.
1741 and others.
CHURCHES King's Chapel, Boston, Mass.
Date 1749 Seventh-day Baptist Church, Newport, R. I. .
1729 Christ Church, Alexandria, Va.
1767 Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa.
1727 St. Paul's Chapel, New York, N. Y.
1764 Old South Church, Boston, Mass.
1729 First Church, Hingham, Mass.
1681 St. John's Chapel, New York, N. Y.
1803 First Congregational Church, Canandaigua, N. Y.
1812 St. Peter's P. E. Church, Philadelphia, Pa.
1758 Gloria Dei Church, Philadelphia, Pa.
1700 and others.
IMPORTANT HOUSES Fairbanks House, Dedham, Mass.
Date 1636 Royall Mansion, Dedham, Mass.
1737 Philipse Manor House, Yonkers, N. Y.
1745 Tudor Place, Georgetown, D. C.
179. Mappa House, Trenton, N. Y.
1809 Woodlawn, Va.
1799 Mount Vernon, Va.
1743 and others. Incidentally there are shown special measured drawings or large views of the following features and details : Porches and Doorways
36 Subjects Staircases
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(Advance Rumors Continued.) on 57th and Frazier Sts., belew Girard Ave.; cost,
about $250,000. BUILDING INTELLIGENCE
Pittsburgh, Pa.- Wiggin & Moore, of the Wonder. (Advance Rumors Continued.)
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land Theatre Co., Detroit, Micb., are to build a
brick and stone vaudeville theatre after plans by Columbus, O.-R. Clayton will build a two-story plans prepared by Architect A. Van Brunt for a James M. Wood & Co., Detroit, Mich.; cost, $300,brick flat-building to cost $30,000. Plans by Arcbi. $75,000 addition to the Brunswick Hotel.
000. tect J. A. Jones. Dr. William Dunlap will erect a ten-story brick Knoxville, Tenn:.- Holbrook College will replace Portago, Wis.--Architect H. A. Foeller is preparing
the college building recently burned with a buildapartment-building, 46' x 70', after plans furnished
plans for a city-ball and armory. The structure by C. A. Stribling & Co.; cost, $200,000.
ing to cost $50,000 for which Bauman Bros, are will be two stories high, 75', 1271, and will be built The Merchants and Manufacturers'. National drawing plans.
of brick; cost, $20,000. Bank will erect a nine-story brownstone bank and Leicester, Mass.- The Building Committee for the Rochester, N. Y.-J. F. Warner, Granite Building. office building on High St., after plans by C. A.
new Congregational Church have awarded the con has plans for a two-story brick building, to cost Stribling & Co.
tract for plans and specification to Stephen C. $150,000, to be erected at Spring St. and Plymouth
Earle, architect, of Worcoster; cost, $30,000. Mr. Donver, Col.- The People's Tabernacle Association
Ave. for the Mechanics' Institute. will erect a church at 20th and Lawrence Sts. It
C. A. Denny, Chmn, of Com.
Sparta, Mich. - Architect Sidney J. Osgood, Grand will be a brick and stone structure, 75' x 1254, cost- Loland, Ill.
- The city will erect a two-story brick Rapids, has drawn plans for a two-story brick ing $30,000. 'Plans by Architects Kidder & Wieger,
school-house, 67' x 88', after plans by Paul O. school-house, 62' x 807, costing $10,000.
Moratz. East Liverpool, 0.- Architect Wm. H. Boughton,
Unionport, N. Y.- Plans have been filed for a fourBu lo, N. Y., is drawing plans for a four-story Manchester, N. H.- The local G. A. R. Post, it is story brick school-houso to cost $110,000, to be built brick, stono and terra-cotta botel, to cost about
roported, contemplate building a block to cost on Avenue C, between 8th and 9th Sts. $100,000.
Waukegon, Ill.-C. A. Murray is having plans East St. Louis. 111. – Mepham & Klein will erect a Moline, ml. - Skinner Bros. will orect a three-story prepared by Architect J.J. Flanders, Chicago, for brick factory building to cost $20,000.
brick and stone store and office building aftor plans å hotel to be erected at Madison and Genesee Sts. Fountain City, Tenn.- The Tennessee Baptist
by Olaf Z. Cerwin; cost, $16,000.
It will be a brick and stone stracturo covering an
area of 70' x 150'; cost, $75,000. Association will erect a new school-building to Oakmont. Pa. - Harry H. Willock, of Pittsburgh, replace the one recently burned. Plans by Archiwill erect a dwelling here after plans by Architect
HOUSES. tects Bowman Bros., Knoxville; cost, $40,000.
R. M. Trimblo, Pittsburgh; cost, $45,000.
Boston, Mass.-Raven St., br. Crescent Ave., three Hammond, Ind. - The city will build a two-story Omaha, Neb.-The Y. M. C. A. contemplates erect st'y fr. dwell., 24' x 42', flat roof, stoves; $40,000; O., brick school-house, 74' x 74', to cost $14,000. Plans
ing a four-story building, to cost about $15,000. James J. Foley; a. & b., W. T. Henderson. by Architect E. W. Bump. Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. - The Library Committee
E. Sixth St., Nos. 732-40, and Swallow St., No. 7,
6 fr. dwells., 221 x 52', flat roofs, stoves; $22,000; O., High Falls, Ga.- Seaton Grantland and W. J. is considering plans to build a new public library Kincaid, both of Griffin, are interested in a project to cost $5,000 on the site donated by Mrs. Swan.
a. & b., Samuel W. Jobnson. to orect a cotton-mill here, to cost about $300,000.
Commonwealth Ave., No. 476, three-st'y bk. dwell., Philadelphia, Pa.- E. L. Seeds will build 82 two
25' x 76', flat roof, steam; $35.000; o., Samuel G. Kansas City, Mo. - Barnes & Brackett have bad
and threo-story brick and stone-trin med dwellings
King; b., McNeil Bros.; a., W. W. Lewis.
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(Stores Continued.) Cambridge, Mass. – Day St., 24-ot'y fr. dwell., 26 Maldon, Mass. - Pleasant St., No8. 51-63, three for the erection of a new court-house. JOHN W. x 47', hot wator; $9,500; 0.. J. Murphy; a. & b., A. st'y bk. &st.stores & aparts., 631 x 81", steam; FUDGE, chairman.
0. & b., John F. Maloney; a., Waltor R. Furbush. Cambridgeport, Mass. – 24-st'y dwell., 28' x 529; Saginaw, Mich.-Genesee Ave., cor. Jefferson Ave., IGH SCHOOL. $6,000; O., George Batos; a., J. P. Kingston, Wor four-st'y bk. & st. storo & office-building, 83' x 110',
Sendok Cantius's Catholic Church; a., Henry TRAINING-SCHOOL,
(At Buffalo, N. Y.] cester. Contracts not let.
comp. roof, steam; $40,000; O., Avory Estate; a., Competitive designs will be received until SepW.T. Coopor.
tember 26 for the construction of a new high school Chicago, Ill. - Sheridan Road and Wilson Ave., throe-st'y et. & bk. dwell., 60' x 60', alate roof, hot | Webster, Mass. - Main St., three-st'y bk. businoge building, to be known as the West Side High School.
1291 water; $30,000; O., C. J. Wolff; a., Wilson & Mar block, 60' x 94'; $20,000; o., L. H. Tiffany; a., J. P. R. G. PARSONS, Secy. Bd. Pub. Wks. ghall.
Kingston; not let.
URNITURE. x 75', hot water; $20,000; 0., O. H. Jewell; a., Geo. 90%; o., L E. Rome; b., A. H. Goddard, Tomploton;
(At San Juan, P. R.) W. Maher. a., Barker & Noorse, Worcestor.
Sealed proposals, in duplicate, will be received at Washington Boulevard, nr. Garfield Park, two
this office until Sepiember 20, 1900, for supplyst's bk. & st. dwell., 40' x 70', shingle roof, hot
THEATRES AND HALLS.
ing furniture, etc., for use by the Legislature of water; $21,000; a., George Grussing.
Porto Rico. WM. H. HUNT, secretary.
1290 Chicago, I11.- Chicago Ave, and Carpenter St., twoCincinnati, O. - 21-st'y bk. dwell., 38' 42', slate st'y bk.
& st. ball & gymnasium building, 40' x 93'; roof, bot wator; $20,000; O., N. Schlee, Columbus; a., D. Riebel. J. Schlock.
[At Washington, D. C.]
Sealed proposals will be received until September PUBLIC BUIILDINGS.
Galona, Kan.- Four-st’y bk, lodge building, 50' x
100', flat roof, stoam; $20,000; 0., A. 0. 0. w. of 22d for constructing a manual training-school. H. New York, N. Y.- Railroad Ave., cor. 159th St.,
1290 Galena; a., Anderson & Strang.
B. F. MCFARLAND, et al., commr.
(At Wytheville, Va.) Philadelphia, Pa. - Park Ave., cor. Cambria St., storage building, 50' - 126'; $15,000; O., Daniels, sealed proposals until September 28th for the
The Supervisors of Wythe County will receive tbree-st'y bk. & terra-cotta firo-house, 56' x 80', Cornell Co.; h., E. D. Ward; a., Cutting, Carloton erection of a county court-house. WM. B. FOSTER, mansard roof; $29,750; 0., City; b., George W. Pier & Cutting.
1289 son; a., Charles E. Oolschlager. Wythoville, Va. – Two-st'y & base. bk. county court-house, 80' 2 96', slate roof, steam; $40,000; o.,
Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Wythe County; a., Frank P. Milburn, Charlotte,
Washington, D. C., August 230, 1900. Soaled pro
posals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock
[At Jackson, Ga.) P. M. on tho 17th day of September, 1900, and thon Xenia, 0.-Two-st’y st. & bk. court-house, steam; Plans and specifications are wanted for an audi- opened, for the new money vaults and toilet-room, $200,000; O., Groen County; a., Samuel Hannaford torium. MAYOR C. O. BEAUCHAMP, chmn.com. etc., and work incidental thereto in the U. 8. Sub& Sons, Cincinnati.
1289 treasury Building, New York, N. Y., in accordance STABLES.
with drawings and specification, copies of which may OPE PERA-HOUSE
be had at this office at the discretion of the SupervisBrooklyn, N. Y.-Knickerbocker Ave., nr. Johns
[At Jackson, Miss.] ing Architect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Ave., fr. stablo, 25' x 60'; $800; 0., F. L. Bertin, 103 Plans will be received until Reptember 10th for Architect.
1289 Knickerbocker Ave.; a., L. Berge & Co.
the opera-house and ofice-building of the Jackson Bainbridge St., w Sumner Ave., three-st'y bk. Opera-houso Co. ROBERT B. MIMMS, chmn. bldg. stable, 50' 80'; $12,000; a., F. B. Ogden & Co., 954 com.
(At Clinton, Mass.) Lexington Ave., N. Y. City.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of Brooklyn, N. Y.-Bainbridge St., nr. Sumper Ave.,
the Metropolitan Water Board, 3 Mt. Vernon St., three-st'y bk. stable, 47' 4" x 75'2', gravel roof, hot
Boston, Mass., until September 26th for building OSPITAL
the Wachusett Dam. Bids must be accompanied by A., S. B. Ogden & Co., 954 Loxington Ave., N. Y.
[At Fort Keogh, Mont.) check for $15,000. HENRY H. SPRAGUE, chmn. Sealed bids will be received in triplicate until
1289 New York, N. Y.- E. Seventy-sixth St., Nos. 51-58, six-st'y bk. stable, 40 x 97'; $35,000; o., N. Y. Cab Septembor 25 for the construction, heating, plumbCo., 117 w.320 St.; a., A. V. Porter, 621 Broadway ing and gas-piping of a hospital. GEORGE E. P0281, LT
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1289 bk. store, 24' x 100', gravel roof, steam; $10,000; O.,
[At Memphis, Tenn.] ing. ROBERT P. MORRIS, sec.
Sealed bids will be recoived until September 24
(At Boston, Mass.] roof; $10,000; O., Withers Estate; a., Arthur L.
Sealed bids will be received until September 16 Pillsbury.
for a stone and brick building, covering about 2,900 Bast St. Louis, Ill. - Two-st'y bk. & st. storo, 68 x
(At Xenia, 0.] square feet at the navy yard. MORDECAI T. ENDI74', gravel roof, steam; $9,000; 0., Charlos Hause; Soaled proposals will be received by the building COTT, cb. bureau yards and docks, Davy dept., a., A, B, Frankol. commission of Greene County until Septomber 18 Washington.
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