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Architecture -- New Jersey

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Lars DeLagerberg collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG DeLagerberg-(Main)

This collection consists of material gathered by architectural historian Lars DeLagerberg for his book, "New Jersey Architecture: Colonial and Federal" (privately printed by Walter Whittum, Inc., 1956). The book consists mostly of drawings and photographs by DeLagerberg, with brief identifying captions.

Dates: 1911 - 1957

Mahony & Troast Construction Company photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Mahony
Scope and Contents This collection comprises 2 Hollinger boxes : Box #1 contains bound photos titled as "L. Bamberger & Company Store Building, Morristown, N.J. (1948)," "Wor Radio Transmitter Station, Carteret, N.J. Bamberger Broadcasting Service, Inc. (1934). J.R. Popple, Chief Engineer, Voorhees, Gmeln & Walker, Architects," "30 ft. Flight Propeller Test Cells - Plant No.1. Wright Aeronautical Corporation, Paterson, N.J. Albert Kahn, Associated Architects & Engineers, Inc.," and "Moto Packing...
Dates: 1934 - 1948

New Jersey Architecture Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MG NJ Architecture-(Main)
Scope and Contents Historic American Building Survey (The Brandt House, The Coeyman House, Dr. Samuel L. Ward House, The House of General Alexander Macomb, U.S.A., The Rose Cottage, The Daniel Dodd House, The Manse First Presbyterian Church on-the -Green, Grover Cleveland Birthplace, The John Cory House, The Peter Van Nese Farmhouse, The Jacobus House, Thomas A. Edison House; Edison National Historic Site, Thomas A. Edison Laboratories, Personett House, The Peter Speer House, The Henry Osborn House, The Henry...
Dates: 1941 - 1994

Sonn Collection

Identifier: MG Sonn-(Main)

The collection of consists of 15 scrapbooks of research notes, sketches, original photographs, postcards, and clippings. Most of the material relates to the history of buildings in Newark, but there is also material on other New Jersey cities, on New York architecture, and on historic preservation in other states.

Dates: c. 1936-1962