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THE ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS OF THE 

CITY OF NEW YORK. 



NEW YORK: 
BAKER & GODWIN, PRINTERS, 

PKINTIN&-HOTTSE SQUARE. 

1865. 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1865, by 

DAJSTEEL D. BADGER, President, 

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York. 



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IRON ARCHITECTURE: 



ITS ORIGIN, ADVANTAGES, AND VARIETY, 



THE ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 

The publishers of this volume, in presenting it to the public, consider it not inappropriate 
to give a brief account of the introduction of Iron Architecture in this country, setting forth, 
at the same time, some of the reasons for the superiority of Iron as a building material, and 
enumerating some of the many forms and uses to which it has been already applied. 

It is well known that Iron has been used in England and other European countries for 
interior supports in various kinds of edifices, in the form of columns, beams, etc.; but its intro- 
duction for the exterior of buildings is believed to be of purely American invention, and of 
very recent origin. 

The first person who practically used Iron as a building material for the exterior was 
Daniel D. Badger, the President of the Architectural Iron Works. 

In the year 1842, Mr. Badger erected, in the city of Boston, the first structure of Iron 
ever seen in America. The columns and lintels of the first story were of this material, but the ' 
prevailing prejudice against this bold innovation was so great that he was not permitted to 
engage in the work until he had given an ample guaranty that, if it should not prove a 
success, he would remove it at his own expense. 

All .the Iron Buildings in this country have been erected since that period, and owe their 
existence to that humble introduction. 

During the following year, A. L. Johnson, of Baltimore, brought to the notice of Mr. 
Badger his invention of Rolling Iron Shutters. For the purpose of using these shutters, it 
became necessary to construct the first stories of stores of Iron pillars and hollow posts. At 
once the superiority of the " Badger Fronts " (as they were then called), in all buildings where 
large and attractive show windows were desirable, was universally conceded, prejudice began 



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to yields the manufacture increased, and step by step new and more complete and elaborate 
designs and improvements came into being, until at last, Iron Architecture became legitimately 
tested and established. 

Mr. Badger transferred the manufacture from Boston to New York, but in a short time 
it became evident, from the increasing demand for his structures, that greater facilities for 
their preparation were needed, and the foundation was laid for the present extensive works 
of this Corporation, situated on Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, between Avenues B 
and C. 

Previous to Mr. Badger's introduction of Iron as a building material for exteriors, it is 
well known that the late Cyrus Alger, Esq., of Boston, had, about the year 1830, made plans 
and contemplated the erection of an Iron Dwelling House, and that he frequently had stated 
his conviction of its practicability, and expressed his belief that Iron would in time be adopted 
as the best material for first-class buildings, on account of its durability and of the beautiful 
forms of which it was capable, and even upon the consideration of its economy. 

It is also known that about the time of Mr. Badger's introduction of this species of 
building in Boston, one William V. Picket published a volume in London, which he styled " A 
New System of Architecture, founded on the Forms of Nature, and developing the Properties 
of Metals/' 

In the preface to that volume he considered "The Capability of Metallic Bodies for the 
Kealization of Peculiar Beauty/' and set forth the value of Iron in Civil as well as Naval 
Architecture, on account of its "strength, durability, non-combustion, economy of space, 
facility of construction, and general comfort and convenience, combined with cheapness," and 
stated his belief that these properties would recommend the application of Iron "in the 
erection of dwellings and other buildings on land." 

The allusion to this work of Mr. Picket is made not for the purpose of elucidating the 
principles of Architecture laid down by him, for his ideas would be deemed crude at the 
present time, but simply with the design of showing how recently the subject was regarded 
as so novel as to be claimed as a "New System of Architecture," requiring time for its intro- 
duction. Mr. Picket's work was purely theoretical, and we claim, therefore, that for the use 
of Iron in a practical form the world is largely indebted to Mr. Badger, who may justly be 
regarded as the inventor and pioneer of Iron Architecture in this country. 

That a great change has been wrought in public opinion on this subject since the year 
1842 will be evident when the fact is stated that it was with extreme difficulty that owners of 
property could, at the outset, be induced to employ Iron; the prevalent opinion being that it 
could not have sufficient strength to support a superstructure unless it was cast solid, and quite 
as cumbrous as stone, in which case its cost would have been an insuperable objection. 

But, by the perseverance of years, this objection and all others were overcome, all 
prejudices were removed, and to day the practicability of the use of Iron for all kinds of 
structures is no longer doubted, even by those who were once the most skeptical. 

Among those properties of Iron which commend it to more general use as a building 
material we may mention the following : 



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STEENGTH. 

The established superiority of Iron in this regard now requires no argument. We may 
safely affirm that no substance, available for building purposes, has such closeness of texture, 
or is equally capable of resisting immense pressure. 

The great strength of Iron secures another requisite in building, namely : 

LIGHTNESS OF STRUCTURE. 

A light and ornamental edifice of Iron may safely be substituted for the cumbrous 
structures of other substances, and sufficient strength be secured without the exclusion of the 
light — which is often highly desirable both for mercantile and mechanical purposes. 

Combined with this we may mention 

FACILITY OF ERECTION. 

Nearly all the work of an Iron structure can be previously prepared and fitted in the 
foundry and finishing departments, and thence transferred to the place of erection and put 
together with rapidity and security. In some kinds of structures the facility of erection 
approaches the incredible. 

As has been already mentioned, Iron is capable of all forms of 

ARCHITECTURAL BEAUTY. 

It must be evident that whatever architectural forms can be carved or wrought in wood 
or stone, or other materials, can also be faithfully reproduced in iron. Besides, iron is capable 
of finer sharpness of outline, and more elaborate ornamentation and finish ; and it may be 
added that it is not so liable to disintegration, by exposure to the elements, as other substances. 

To this capability of beauty we may add that of 

ECONOMY OR CHEAPNESS. 

The cost of highly-wrought and beautiful forms in stone or marble, executed with the 
chisel, is often fatal to their use ; but they may be executed in Iron at a comparatively small 
outlay, and thus placed within the reach of those who desire to gratify their own love of art, 
or cultivate the public taste. 

It may also be stated that no other material is so valuable for rebuilding, as Iron always 
has a market value, and may be recast into new forms, and adapted to new uses. Those who 
study economy in building should have regard to the permanence of the structure and intrinsic 
value of the materials, as well as the prime cost of erection. 

In an eminent degree Iron possesses the property of 



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DUEABILITY. 

It may be safely affirmed that no material employed for building has such indestructibility 
as Iron, and none can so successfully resist the wasting influences of the elements. It is also 
invaluable because of its 

INCOMBUSTIBILITY. 

As a resistant of fire, Iron is unequaled. Wherever it is used, the cost of insurance 
against fire will be materially reduced ; and it must be evident that by its use a building may 
loe made absolutely fire-proof. We shall have a better claim to be considered a civilized 
people when we protect ourselves from the ravages of fire as well as lightning, and erect 
private and public buildings which are incombustible. 

Destructive conflagrations in crowded cities are often arrested by fire-proof buildings, 
which serve as absolute barriers to the farther progress of the devouring element. 

To the catalogue of the excellencies of Iron as a building material may be added its 
capability of 

EENOVATION. 

The durability of an Iron structure is such that if it becomes defaced by exposure or 
age, it can easily be restored to its pristine beauty by a coating of paint, and, on account of 
its non-absorbent surface, at less expense than structures of wood or other materials. The 
color also may from time to time be changed at the will of the owner. 



The Illusteations contained in the present volume will show the manifold purposes for 
which Iron has been applied as a building material, and also exhibit the high degree of 
architectural beauty which has already been attained. 

Special reference to the numerous plates will show that a large number of 

FIEST-CLAS8 STORES 

In the cities of New York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, New Orleans, Charleston, 
Mobile, Memphis, Chicago, and in fact in all large cities and towns, have their fronts built of 
Iron, ornamented in the most elaborate and varied styles of Architecture — the doors and 
windows of which are protected by the universally approved 

FIRE AND BUEGLAE-PEOOF IRON ROLLING SHUTTERS. 

These patented Shutters have been extensively used and thoroughly tested for a period 
of years throughout the country. 

The style of Shutters made and introduced by the Architectural Iron Works is considered 



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superior to any other in point of construction as well as price. The gearing is simple, durable, 
and not liable to derangement. Reference to Plates Nos. 29, 69, and 71, will show the 
construction and finish in detail. 

It may be added that the demand for these Shutters has been so great that this Company 
is provided with the most complete and elaborate machinery for their speedy manufacture. 

Special attention is called to the use of iron for the construction of completely fire-proof 
buildings to be occupied as 

MANUFACTORIES, 

In which strength, solidity, light, and ornament may be combined, and where the necessity of 
insurance against fire may be obviated. In all large cities such buildings should abound. 

On pages 4, 5, and 6, will be found representations of a building of this class, situated on 
Mott Street, between Broome and Spring Streets, New York. This building, which was 
erected for I. M. Singer & Co., is six stories in height, with basement and cellar, and is 
throughout completely fire-proof. 

An inspection of this building is needful to give an adequate idea of the solidity of its 
structure, and of its peculiar fitness for a manufactory. 

The protection of life and property afforded by buildings of this class is alone a sufficient 
warrant for the slightly increased cost of their construction. 

Iron has also been successfully used in the erection of 

GRAIN WAREHOUSES. 

The amount of the annual losses of grain and warehouse property by fire almost tran- 
scends belief. The ordinary storehouses are built wholly or in part of wood, and from certain 
well-known causes are peculiarly combustible, and liable to rapid decay. Such liabilities are 
entirely removed by the use of Iron. 

The first Iron building of this character was erected in Brooklyn, for « The United States 
Warehousing Company/' 

The diagrams on pages 60, 61, and 62 will show that this structure was intended to be 
used for elevating, transferring, and storing grain, and protecting it against fire, 

In the building referred to, the Bins, which are cylindrical, are made like boilers, of 
riveted plate iron; indeed, the entire structure is absolutely fire-proof and indestructible. 
Besides these advantages, the grain is secured from the ravages of animals and insects, and 
also protected from heating by arrangements made for its drying and ventilation. This single 
feature of ventilation is invaluable, as it will save thousands of bushels of grain which for the 
want of proper cooling would have to be sent to the matter's at ruinous prices. The con- 
struction of Grain Bins of this character is secured to this Corporation by letters patent. 

By reference to page 12, it will be seen that Iron has been successfully used for the 
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ARSENALS 



For storing Arms and Ammunition. The first building of this kind was erected in West Troy, 
in 1858. Safety and durability were the considerations which led to its construction, and it 
may safely be added that it is admirably adapted for its purposes, and is considered as having 
secured the objects contemplated in its erection. 

IROIST FERRY HOUSES 

Have also been constructed by the Architectural Iron Works for the Union Ferry Company 
of New York and Brooklyn. These structures are an ornament to the city, and supply the 
place of the unsightly wooden buildings formerly occupying their position, which were liable 
to rapid decay and destruction by fire. 

IRON OIL TANKS, 

Of large capacity, capable of holding hundreds of barrels each, have been constructed for the 
Phenix Warehousing Company of New York, for the storage of Petroleum. 

These tanks, of which many are placed under one roof, are designed to prevent loss by 
leakage and evaporation, and to protect the oil from the perils of fire. It is believed that 
they are admirably fitted for all the purposes for which they were constructed. 

We would call attention to the combination of 

CAST AND WEOUGHT-IEON BEAMS, 

As shown in Plate LXIII. The great strength and elasticity of these Beams consist in their 
peculiar shape, the necessary quantity of iron being in the proper place, and the Wrought- 
Iron Tension-rod in the best position to sustain heavy burdens. 

This is believed to be the only Beam which prevents all oscillation or trembling of the 
floors in buildings used for heavy or rapid-running machinery. 

A recent and most successful use of Iron has been made by the " Iron Blind Company/' 
in the construction of 

VENETIAN BLINDS, 

Both for the outside and inside of windows. 

These Blinds present a much lighter appearance to the eye than those made of wood, 
over which they possess several important advantages. When opened, they admit more light 
than wooden Venetian Blinds ; when closed, they exclude the light more perfectly ; they also 
occupy less space, are more durable, and are proof against fire. They are not liable to 
warpage or shrinkage, and hence will remain for a long time in working order. They are 
highly approved by all who have seen or used them. This Corporation has the sole right to 
manufacture them. 

In this connection may be mentioned the use of Iron in the construction of 



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WINDOW SASHES, 

Which, while scarcely heavier than wood (being hollow), possess the superior advantages of 
beauty, durability, and incombustibility. These Sashes are especially adapted to warm 
climates. 

It would occupy a large space to enumerate all the uses to which Iron has been applied 
by the Architectural Iron Works, but the following may be added to those already mentioned, 
namely: Bridges, Roofs, Domes, Railings, Verandahs, Balustrades, Cornices, Stairways, 
Columns, Capitals and Arches, Window Lintels and Sills, Consoles, Brackets and Rosettes, 
Urns, Door and Window Guards, Lamp, Awning and Horse Posts, Patent Lights and Iron 
Sidewalks. 

Reference to the Table of Contents will show numerous uses besides those already enu- 
merated. 



This volume is published at a great cost, for the twofold purpose of supplying Architects 
and others with plans and details for the construction of the various parts and connections of 
Architectural Iron Structures, and as an advertising medium for the Architectural Iron 
Works ; and it is designed to be presented to those who may be profited by its study, and aid 
in the object of extending the business of the publishers, and improving the public taste. 



ILLUSTEATIONS. 



PLATE I. Frontispiece, showing, through the Arch, the Office Building of the Architectural Iron Works, 
42 Duane Street, New York. 
II. View of the Architectural Iron Works, seen from Fourteenth Street and Avenue C, New York, 
as they appeared before the destruction by fire of the main building in the spring of 1864. 
These works have since been rebuilt, enlarged, and greatly improved. 

III. Elevation of front of building corner of Broadway and Broome Streets, New York, built for 

and occupied by E. V. Haughwout &, Co. 

IV. Elevation of front of building erected for I. M. Singer & Co., Sewing Machine Manufacturers, 

on Matt Street, between Spring and Broome Streets, New York, as a manufactory for their 
machines. 

This building is perfectly fire-proof ; the roof, the front and rear, including sashes, shutters, 
&c, being entirely of iron. The floors are supported upon iron columns and girders, with 
iron beams and brick arches. The stairs, <fcc., are of iron, as shown upon a section of this 
building, Plate VI. 

V. Section and elevation of Piers, Cornice and Arch. Also, elevation of Pedestal, Capital and 

Base. (Singer Building, Plate IV. ) 
VI. Section of Singer Building (see Plate IV) showing Columns, Girders, Beams, Stairs, Roofs, 
Side- walks, etc. 
VII. Elevation of front of Cary Building on Chambers Street, New York, and of duplicate front 
on Reade Street. All the openings in both fronts are enclosed with patent Rolling Iron 
Shutters. Built for W. H. Cary. Occupied by Cary, Howard and Sanger. 
VHI. No. 117. Elevation of Capital, Cornice, Pedestal and Panel. (See Plate XV., No. 8.) 

No. 118. Elevation and section of Piers, Panels, Arches, Cornices, Bases, Capitals, etc. (Cary 
Building, see Plate VII.) 
IX. Elevation of Grilsey Building, corner of Broadway and Cortlandt Street, New York. Built for 
P. Grilsey. Occupied in first story for stores, in upper stories for offices. 
X. Cornices. No. 84. First-story Cornice of Grilsey Building. 

. No. 85. Third-story Cornice of Gilsey Building. Plate III. 

No. 58. First, Second, Third and Fourth-story Cornices of Haughwout Building. 
No. 97. Upper Cornice of Haughwout Building. 

Nos. 17, 90 and 91. Cornices over First-story Posts of Haughwout Building. 
XI. Elevation of front of Sales Room of the Grrover & Baker Sewing Machine Company, Broadway, 
New York. Built for O. B. Potter. 



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Plate XII. Front and end elevation and section of Iron Store House, erected for the U. S. Government at 
"Watervliet Arsenal, West Troy, N. Y. 

This building is entirely of iron above the foundation. 
XHI. Section and elevation of Pier and Arch, and section of Cornice and Arch, Iron Store House, 

Watervliet Arsenal. (See Plate XII.) 
XIV. Elevation and section through elevation of Iron Front for Dwelling-house. 
XV. No. T. Elevation of front erected on Walker Street, New York, for Joseph Lee. 
No. 8. Elevation of front erected on Broadway, New York, for Peter Goelet. 
XVI. No. Ill, showing Balustrade and Pedestal. 
No. 94, 

No. 92. Cornice and Frieze with Balustrade and Pedestal above. 
No. 86. Top Cornice, showing Consoles, Panel Ornaments, etc. 
No. 82. Ordinary First-story Cornice. 
XVII. Nos. 4, 5 and 6. Elevation of Four-story Fronts, showing the adaptation of iron to different 

styles of architecture. 
XVIII. Nos. 100, 101, 102 and 103. Cornices for First-story Fronts. 
XIX. Elevation of front of a portion of building built for Alex. Lloyd and J. Q. Jones, Chicago, 111. 
XX. No. 87. Top Cornice, Halsey Building, Brooklyn, N. Y. (See Plate LII.) 
No. 93. Top Cornice, Society Library, University Place, New York. 
Nos. 61, 62, 83, 89 and 99, ordinary small Cornices. 
XXI. Elevation of front, erected in Pearl Street, Albany, N. Y., for J. Kidd. 
XXII. Elevation of front, erected for W. H. Hume, No. 130 Broadway, N. Y. 

XXIII. No. 95. Top Cornice for Block on Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois. 
No. 96. Top Cornice, No. 130 Broadway. (See Plate XXII.) 

XXIV. No. 63. First-story Front, with Lintel and Cornice ; similar to many erected in New York. 
No. 64. First-story Balustrade, corner Twenty-first Street and Broadway, New York. 

XXV. No. 108. Elevation and section of Arch and Pier (see Plate LVIIL), third and fifth stories. 

No. 109. Elevation and section of Arch and Pier (see Plate XC), first story. 
XXVI. Elevation of front erected for J. McGregor, Newark, N. J. 

XXVH. No. 114. Arches, Keys and Arch Ornaments (see Plate LXX.) second and fourth stories. 
No. 101. " " " " (see Plate XC.) 

XXVIII. No. 62. Elevation of part of fronts erected on Theatre Alley, Boston, for Charles Merriam and 
others. 
No. 65. Elevation of front erected for R. Nichols, Peterboro, C. W. 

No. 66. Elevation of front erected for Solomon & Hart, Broadway, near Franklin St., N. Y. 
XXIX. Showing Rolling Iron Shutter and fixtures prepared to build in brick walls. A A A A, Archi- 
trave, Lintel, Sill, and section of Sill outside ; B, Shaft ; C C, Shutter Grooves ; E E, Weight 
Chain Wheel; FF and G, endless Chain Wheel; H, end of Crank Stand; I, side view of 
Crank Stand ; J, Crank ; K, Balance Weight ; M M, section of Shutter Groove ; N, position 
of Shutter Groove when in place ; P P, position of Endless Chain ; R R R, Couplings on 
Shafts to which Shutters are bolted ; S, Shutter rolled down. 
XXX. Elevation of a building adapted to the use of Associations and Lodges ; very substantial. 



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XXXI. Elevations and Plans of First-story Fronts. 

Nos. 50 and 51. Arranged for two stores, with Rolling Iron Shutters. 

No. 52. " one " " " " " 

No. 53. Arranged for two stores, without Rolling Iron Shutters. 

No. 54. " one store, with " ," " Iron Sash, &e. 

No. 55. " " " passage to lofts, all enclosed with Rolling Iron Shutters. 

These designs are on the scale of one-eighth of an inch to the foot, and are intended for 
25-feet lots. They can be adapted to any sized lot. 

XXXII. No. 98. Cornice, with Buttress and Corbel. 

No. 50. Top Cornice. (See Plate IX, Gilsey Building.) 
No. 112. Arch and Key, with Panel, <fcc. (See Plate LIV.) 
No. 115. Tracery Arch Ornament. (See Plate LVIII.) 

XXXIII. Elevation of First-story Front, with Basement Posts and Piers, with Section and Plan of Side- 

walk, showing Beams, Girders, &c. 

XXXIV. Elevation and Section of Two-story Fronts. 

XXXV. No. 33. Elevation of two stories of store 98 Broadway, New York, showing Rolling Iron 

Shutters in first story, and Panels on face of doors. 
No. 34. Elevation of first story Nos. 117 and 119 Nassau Street, New York, showing Entrance 
to Lofts. 

XXXVI. Designs for Four-story Fronts. 
No. 42, with Pilasters and Arches. 

No. 48, with Columns and Antaes and Arches. 
No. 46, with Pilasters and Antaes with Arches. 

All arranged with or without Rolling Iron Shutters. 

XXXVII. No. 17. Elevation of two stories, with Stone or Brick above; Posts, &c, arranged for Inside 

Folding Shutters. 

No 18. Elevation of Two-story Front, erected in Augusta, Ga, showing Balustrade in second 
story. 

XXXVIII. No. 9. Elevation of Five-story Front, erected for R A. & G. H. Witthaus, No. 38 Barclay 

Street, New York. 

No. 10. Elevation of Five-story Front, in Gothic Architecture. 

XXXIX No. 106. Elevation and section of Arch, with Key elevation and section of Pier under Arch. 

[See Plate XC. 
No. 110. Elevation of section of Arch with Key. (See Plate XL, No. 67.) 

XL. No. 67. Elevation of First-story Front, erected in Congress Street, Boston 
No. 68. Elevation of First-story Front, No. 267 Bowery, New York. 

XLI. Window Lintels. For sizes, &c, see Catalogue of Details 
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XLIII. No. 1. Awning Post and Hod. Any height of Post or length of Kod. Window Lintel and 
Sill with Architrave for any sized opening. 

XLIY. Nos. 144 and 145. Window Lintels for any sized opening. 
No. 126. Ionic Capital and Base. 
No. 128. Lamp Post with Pedestal. 

No. 104. Column Base, Pedestal, Window Panel and Sill. 
No. 88. Cornice with Dentils, Frieze with Architrave, showing Pedestal and Panel above. 

XLV. No. 76. Window Lintel for double openings, with Elliptic Heads connected with Architraves, 
and showing Architraves full length. 
No. 77. Window Lintel for circular head opening, with Architrave. 

No. 81. Window Lintel for double openings, with semi-circular heads, with plain Architraves. 
No. 31. Window Lintel for semi-circular Head with Corbels. 
Nos. 78 and 79. Window Sills for any sized openings. 
No. 80. Window Sill with Corbels for any sized openings. 
No. 30. Window Sill for double windows. 

XL VI. Elevation of Front of Clay Building, erected in Memphis, Tenn. 

XL VII. Consoles and Brackets. Nine different styles, various dimensions. 

Nos. 38, 32, 47, 34, 67, 53, 46, 8, 35. 

XL VIII. Consoles and Brackets. Seven different styles, various dimensions. 

Nos. 6, 7, 275, 276, 277, 279, 280. 
Corbels. Five different styles, various dimensions. 

Nos. 28, 281, 282, 283, 284. 

For sizes of Consoles, Brackets and Corbels, see Catalogue of Details. 

No. 278, Urn. 

XLIX. Elevations and Sections of Columns and Capitals. 
No. 22. Corinthian Capital and Base. 

Nos. 23, 24, 27, 18, 19, 20, 21. Composite Capitals for Pilasters. 
Nos. 25, 26. Corinthian Capitals for Pilasters. 

L. No. 146. Horn of Plenty Capital, with Corinthian Base. 

No. 147. Composite Capital, with Corinthian Base. 

No. 148. Gothic Capital and Base. 
LI. No. 157. Corinthian Column, with Capital and Base. 

No. 158. Composite " " " " 

No. 159. Ionic " " " « 

No. 160. Doric " " " « 

No. 161. Tuscan " " " " 

For sizes, &c, of Columns, &c, see Catalogue of Details. 

LII. Elevation and section of Halsey Building, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
LIII. Vault Beams of various styles. Elevations and Sections. 
LIV. Elevation of portion of Front, erected for A. Bobbins, Chicago, 111. 

LV. Elevation, Section and Plan for House Front, showing Stoop and Portico. 



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LYI. Patent Metallic Window Blinds, Burglar and Fire-proof. 
LVII. Lattice Panels for Store Fronts, also appropriate for Railings, &c. 
LVIII. Elevation and Section of Store Front, erected for estate of J. C. Gray, Boston. 
LIX. Elevation of Store Front, erected for H. H. Hunnewell, Boston. 

LX. Elevation of Grain Building, similar to those erected in Brooklyn, N. Y., and Philadelphia. 
LXI. Horizontal section of Grain Bins, showing Tie Rods at bottom of Bins. 
LXII. Section of Grain Building through Bins, showing Bins, Brick Arches, Columns, Tie Rods, 
Foundation, &c. 
LXIIi. Tension-Rod Girders. 
LXIV. No. 24. Elevation of first story of Laura Keene's Theatre, New York. 

No. 25. " " Chestnut Street, near Fifth, Philadelphia. 

No. 26. " « Tiffany & Co., 550 Broadway, New York. 

LXV. Elevation for Store or Banking-House Front. 
LXVI. Railroad Track and Pavement, for Horse Railroads. 
LXVII. Elevation for Banking-House or Office Building. 

LXVIII. Elevation of Store Front, erected for Billings & Co., Halifax, N. S. Show-window in Center, 
and Mirror on sides, showing Rolling Iron Shutters, and movable small door to enter store. 
LXIX. No. 149. Shows Rolling Iron Shutter under Lintel, arranged to run down to Panel of Door. 

No. 150. Shows Rolling Iron Shutter behind Lintel, arranged to close down upon Iron 
Dwarf Doors. 
Both show the finish of the back of Corinthian Columns. 
LXX. Elevation of Front of Building erected for F. Tuttle & others, Chicago, 111. 
LXXI. Details of Rolling Iron Shutters, as adapted to square Pilasters, &c. 

A. Face of Shutter rolled down. 

B. Side of Pilaster, showing Dwarf-door C, folded back, Shutter Groove, position of Shaft, <fec. 

D. Section of Post, showing Weight and Weight Wheels, and Endless or Winding Chain and 

Wheel ; Crank and Crank Stand. 

E. Section of Shutter one-quarter fall size, with manner of attaching to Shaft. 
LXXII. Consoles, Brackets and Rosettes. For dimensions, see Catalogue of Details. 

LXXIII. Sugar Sheds erected at Havana, Cuba : 

A, Section ; B, End Elevation ; C, Front Elevation ; D, Elevation on larger scale ; E, Foot of 
Column, showing manner of securing to Wharf; F, Gutter Frieze and Column Cap. 
LXXIY. Elevation of Store Front, erected for Billings & Co., Halifax, N. S. 
LXXY. " " " W. J. Coleman, Halifax, N. S. 

LXXVI. « « « J. B. Bennett, Halifax, N. S. 

LXXYII. Door Guards. For sizes, see Catalogue of Details. 
LXXVIII. Elevation of Store Front, erected for Duffries & Co., Halifax, N. S. 
LXXIX. " « « W. G. Coombs, Halifax, N. S. 

LXXX. Urns, and Pedestal Ornaments. For sizes, &c, see Catalogue of Details. • 
LXXXI. Widow Guards, Awning Posts, Lamp Posts, Horse Posts, &c. ; see Catalogue of Details 



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LXXXII. Door Sills, Frets or Risers, Horse Blocks, Winding Stairs, &c; see Catalogue of Details. 
LXXXIII. Elevation and Section of Sidewalk, &c, snowing Basement, Patent Light Platform, Iron Side- 
walk, and Extension under street. 
LXXXIV. Design for a Single Track Railroad Bridge of Cast Iron, 80 feet span. 

LXXXV. " " " " " 50 

LXXXVI. " " " " constructed of a combination of Wrought and Cast 

Iron, 40 feet span. 
LXXXVII. " " " " of Wrought Iron, Lattice principle, 67 feet span. 

LXXXVIII. Ferry House, erected for Dr. Thomas Rainey, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
LXXXIX. Balustrades, <fcc. 

XC. Elevation of Store Front, erected for O. B. Potter, Broadway, New York. 
XCL Door Guards, &c. 
XCII. Elevation of Store Front, erected for John Mack, Franklin Street, New York. 
XCIII. Iron Railings. 
XCIV. Iron Railings. 
XCV. Iron Railings. 
XCVI. Cemetery Iron Railings. 
XCVII. Railings for Balustrades and Stoops. 
XCVIII. Gates, Gate Posts, and other Posts. 
XCIX. Gates, Gate Posts, and other Posts. 
C. Verandah and Verandah Railings. 
CI. Verandah and Verandah Railings. 
GIL Elevation of Store Front, erected for S. H. & J. E. Condict, White Street, New York. 



CATALOGUE OF DETAILS. 



Article. Plate. No. 

Arch V. 119 

" VIII. 118 

" XIII. 120 

" XXV. 108 

" ... " 109 

" '. XXVII. 107 

" « 114 

" *«.. XXXII. 112 

" , XXXIX. 106 

" " 110 

Also, Arches of various other sizes and styles, semi-circular, 
segment and pointed. 

Arch ornaments XXV. 116 

XXVII. 114 

XXXII. 115 

Also other sizes and styles. 

Architrave Window XLIII. 

" XLV. 76 

a u a Y7 

" " " 81 

Awning Posts and Rods XLIII. 1 \ 

" LXXXI. 173 

i<- « « 2Y4 

Balcony XVI. 94 

li " 111 

" XIV. 43 

" XXIV. 64 

" XXXVII. 18 

Baluster XVI. 92 

" " 94 

" " 111 

Also, other sizes and styles. 

Balustrade XVI. 92 

" " 94 

" 111 

LXXXIX. 199 

u " 200 

" " 201 

" 202 

5 



Plate. No. 

Base of Column V. 119 

VIII. 118 

XLIX. 22 

" , " 24 

L. 146 

" 147 

" " 148 

LI. 157 

" " 158 

" " 159 

Also, a great variety of styles and sizes. 

Beam, Vault, any desired length LIII. 29 

" " " " 133 

" " " « 134 

« U U U TOR 

• •«««.*• XO O 

" " " " 136 

« 137 

Blinds, Pat. Iron, Venetian, Inside and Outside, 

Fire proof LVI. 

Blocking Course XVIII. 101 

XX. 89 

XLIV. 88 

Height. Proj. 

Bracket 8j .8 LXXII. 9 

" 6£ .4-J " 10 

1.1J .10 " 11 

1. 1.1 « 12 

" 1.3 1.2J " 12 

" 10 .101 « 12 

" 1.6 1.8 " 13 

" 10 1.8 " 14 

" 9| 1.3 " 15 

1.3 1.1 " 16 

" 4.2 3. " 54 

Buttress, Block XVIII. 102 

" XXXII. 98 

" XXXV. 34 

" LX1V. 25 

" LXVIII. 35 

" LXXV. 38 

" LXXVI. 39 

" LXXVIII. 40 

" - LXXIX. 41 

Many other styles, all sizes. 



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Diam. of Height of 
neck. cap. Plate. No. 

Capital, Doric 5 J 4 

" Ti 3f 

" 8 5 

" 10 41 

" Composite LI. 158 

" Corinthian, for Columns. 

Height in- 
Diam. of Col. Diam. of eluding aba- 
at base. neck. cus & cover. 

4 Si 7i XLIX 22 

5 41 9 " " 

6 41 9 " " 

7 5 J 11 ". " 

8 6} llf 

8 6 J- 11 " " 

8 71 1 ft. 3 " " 

9 71 1. « 

10 81 1. " " 

11 8| 1.31 " " 
11 9 T \ 1.2| 

lft. Ill 1.3-I 

1.01 10 1>2 ± " « 
1.11 10 | 1A l « 

1.2 l.Ql I.41 " " 

1.4 l.li 1.7 " " 

1.5 1. If 1.7} " 

1.6 l.Si 1.7| " 

1.8 1.5i 2.3-1 " " 
3. 2.2 3.10 " " 

Also, other sizes. 
Capital, Corinthian for Pilasters. 

Height inc. 
Width of abacus & 

pilaster." cover. 

.6 1.1 XLIX. 26 

.7 1.1 " « 

.8 1.1 " « 

.9 1.1 " " 

.10 1.1 « « 

1 ft. 1.1 " " 

1.2 1.1 « « 

1.4 1.1 « » 

.9 1.2f « " 

.10 1.2f " « 

1 ft. 1.21 » . « 

1.2 1.2! " " 

1.4 1.2J " « 

1.6 1.2f " « 

1.8 1.2J " « 

1.0 1.4f " « 

1.2 1.4f " « 

1.4 I.41 " « 

1.6 1.4! « " 

1.8 1.4! " " 

.10 1.3 " « 

1.0 1.31 « « 

1.4 1.7. " « 

i.5j 2 -H " " 

Also, other sizes. 



Capital, Ionic 



Tuscan 
Aldrich 
Eagle . 
Foliated 



Gothic 



Horn of Plenty 

« a 

Stewart's 



iameter. 
10f 


Height. 

1.4J 


l.ii 


1.7 



Also, other designs of Capitals. 



Column 



Corbel 



Also, other styles. 



Plate. 


No. 


LI 


158 


XLIY 


126 


LI 


161 


XLIX 


19 


u 


20 


u 


18 


(( 


23 


u 


21 


L 


148 


u 


146 


a 


146 


a 


147 



L. 


146 


u 


147 


a 


148 


LI. 


157 


u 


158 


u 


159 


u 


160 


a 


161 


XLIX. 


22 


XLVIII. 


28 


ft 


281 


a 


282 


u 


283 


a 


284 


XLV. 


31 


XLII. 


125 



Corni 



Singer. Plain. Dentils 


V. 


119 


u u 


VIII. 


117 


Enriched. Modillions 


X. 


84 


Gilsey. " " 


u 


58 


" " Trusses 


a 


85 


Plain. Modillions 


a 


17 


Enriched. " Dentils 


u 


97 


Plain. " 


<< 

a 


90 


u u 


91 


Watervliet. Plain. Dentils 


XIII. 


120 


B'way and Broome. Enriched. Mo- 






dillion. Balustrade above . . 


XVI. 


92 


501 B'way. Enriched. Trusses 


u 


86 


Lord & Taylor's. Plain, with ornam'ts. 


a 


82 


5th Av. Hotel. " Modil. Dentils. 


XVIII. 


100 


Stewart's. " Doric 


a 


101 


388 B'way. Gothic and Ball-flower. . . 


« 


102 


Plain. Modillions 


» 


103 


Cooper Inst. " " 


XX. 


61 


Enriched. " Dentils. 


u 


87 


Plain. 


u 


89 


Society Lib'ry. " " Dentils. 


it 


93 


Enriched 


u 


99 


Plain. Modillions 


a 


83 


u u 


d 


62 



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Cornice. 



Plate. No. 

Enriched Modillions. Ornamented XXIII. 95 

130 B'way. Enriched Modill. Dentils. " 96 

B'way & Grand. l < Dentils XXXII. 98 

Gilsey. " Trusses " 52 

Plain. Dentils XLIY. 88 

Many other designs can be made with 
or without enrichments. 



Console or Truss. 












Height, includ- 
ing caps, but 
exclusive of 
foot leaf. 


Project'n. 


Width. 


Plate. 


No. 


Gilsey 


1.4 


.8 


.5* 


X. 


85 


501 Broadway. 


2.6* 


1.5 


.6 


XVI. 


86 


130 " 


3.8 


1.4 


1.0 


XXIII. 


96 




.7 


.5 


.6 


XLII. 


71 




1.10 


.9 


.10 


XL VII. 


38 




1.7 


.10* 


.8 


u 


32 




1.7 


.10* 


.10 


ti 


32 




i.H 


1.2 


1.0 


a 


47 




1.10 


1.6 


1.5 


similar to 47 




l.n 


.10* 


.8 


XLVII. 


34 


Tiffany 


1.5 


3.5 


.9 


a 


67 


Thomas 


2.6-J- 


1.11 


.6 


a 


53 


Tiffany 


1,8* 


1.7 


.8 


it 


46 




2.3 


1.2 


1.2 


u 


8 




2.3 


1.2 


1.0 


a 


8 


Similar to No. 8, 


( 2.3 


,9 


.10 




K 


but no carved 


< 2.3 


.9 


1.0 




K 


mold'g on face. 


( 2.3 


.9 


1.2 




K 


Brandreth 


2.9 


1.5 


1.4 


XLVII. 


35 




2.1 


.9 


.6 


XLVIII. 


275 




2.1 


.9 


.8 


u 


275 




2.1 


.9 


.10 


tt 


275 




2.1 


.9 


1.0 


u 


275 




2.1 


.9 


1.2 


u 


275 




2.6 


.11 


.6 


a 


277 




2.6 


.11 


.8 


a 


277 




1.8* 


.7 


.7 


a 


279 




1.8 


.5 


.7 


a 


279 


Similar to 276. . 


2.4 


1.2 


.6 




G 


a a 


2.0 


1.0 


.8 




E 




3.0 


3.0 


. . 


XLVIII. 


6 




1.4 


.10 


.8 


LXXII. 


33 








. . 


a 


36 




2.8* 


.8 


.8 


a 


37 




1.3 


.7 


.7 


a 


39 


Similar to 39. .. 


1.4 


.6 


■n 


, . 


Q 




1.4 


.10 


. . 


. . 


A 




1.3 


.8 


. . 


, , 


B 




1.8* 


.11* 


.8 


. . 


F 




1.8 


.6 


.5 


. . 


D 




2.0 


.9 


.9 


, t 


H 


Palmer 


3.2 


1.7 


.8 


, , 


I 


it 


3.2 


1.7 


.10 


, . 


I 




2.2 


1.0 


1.0 


• » 


J 




-2.2 


1.0 


1.2 


. . 


J 




2.2 


1.0 


1.4 


, , 


J 




1.6 


.6 


.5 


, . 


L 



Console or Truss 



Face on front , 



Height, includ- 
ing caps, but 
exclusive of 
foot leaf. 

1.6 
1.8 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
1.7 
1.6 



Projection. 
.6 
.4 
.5 
.5 
.5 
1.0 
1.0 



Width. 
.6 

.4 
.6 

.7 
.7 
.8 
.8 



pi t 



Many other designs and sizes. 



No. 

L 
M 

N 
O 
P 

R 

S 



Dentils y. 119 

" VIII. 117 

" " 118 

" X. 97 

" XIII. 120 

" XVIII. 100 

" XX. 87 

" " 93 

" XXIII. 96 

" XXXII. 98 

Also, other designs. 

Gates XCVIII. 245 

" XCIX. 257 

Also, many other designs. 

Girder, Arch and Tension Rod LXIII. 271 

" " " " 272 

" " " « 273 

" " " « 274 

Height. Width. 

Guard, Door. Lattice 4.4* .10 LXXVII. 131 

" 4.3* 1.1 " 131 

4.1* .10 " 131 

" " 3.9 1.1 « 132 

" " 3.9 .11* « 132 

" " 3.9 .10 " 132 

3.5* 1.1 « 132 

3.5* .11* « 132 

" " 3.5* .10 " 132 

" " 3.1* .10 « 132 

4.3* 1.1 " 130 

" " 3.9 1.1 « 141 

3.9 .11* « 129 

" 3.9 .11* >< 127 

" 4.3J 1.1 " 137 

" " 3.9 1.1 " 137 

XCI. 48 

" <; " 205 

" 206 

" " any size, with or without Border. " 203 

« 204 

" 207 

All with Square or Circular Tops or Bottoms. 
Also, other designs. 



[ 20] 



Plate. 

Horse Block LXXXII. 

Key, Arch, different sizes VIII. 

XXVII. 

XXXII. 

XXXIX. 

a tt a 

Also, other styles and sizes. 

Lattice. See Panels. 

Lathing. Patent. Iron. Fire-proof. 



Lintel, or Cap. Window : 



Width of 
Opening. 



4 ft. 



4.2* 



No. of 
Pattern. 



Plate. 



XLI. 



a a 


4.4J 


.... 


" any length, 


e.si 


140 B 


a a 


.... 


.... 


u a 


5.51 


141 A 


" f m 3.2 to 3.6, 


3.4 


.... 


u a 


3.10 


.... 


it a 


4.10J 


5 A 


tt u 


5.9 


5B 



XLII. 



No. 

193 

118 
107 
112 
106 
110 



No. 

138 

3 

139 

140 

140 

4 

141 

2 

142 

5 A 

5 A 

5B 

TO 

123 

124 



t a 


3.6 


68A 


a 


68 


t a 


4.5^ 


68 B 


u 


68 


i a 


3.3 


68 C 


it 


68 


l a 


3.6 


68 D 


n 


68 


I a 


3.8 


68 E 


a 


68 


u u 


3.10 


68 F 


it 


68 


" fm 3.9 to 4.3 


4. 


68 G 


a 


68 


t u 


4.2£ 


68H 


it 


68 


u a 


4.4 


68 I 


u 


68 


u a 


4.5 


68 J 


a 


68 


n u 


3.2f 


73 A 


a 


73 


u a 


3.4f 


73 B 


it 


73 


a a 


4.2 


73 C 


a 


73 


a a 


2.11 


73 D 


a 


73 


a a 


3.2i 


73 E 


u 


73 


a a 


3.5 


73 F 


u 


73 


a a 


4.0 


73 G 


a 


73 


u u 


4.1 


73 H 


a 


73 


a il 


4.3 


73 I 


a 


73 


U it 


6.0f 


121 


a 


121 


(t « 


3.9 


121 A 


u 


121 


it it 


4.1 


121 B 


a 


121 


" any length " 


5.3 


121 C 


a 


121 


u it 


3.4 


121 1) 


a 


122 


tt u 




.... 


a 


125 


a a 


3.3£ 


71 A 


tt 


71 


it it 


4.1 


71B 


a 


71 


it u 


4.6 


71 C 


it 


71 


u a 




.... 


XLIV. 


144 


U it- 


. . 


.... 


a 


145 



Lintel, or 


Cap. 


Window : 
















Width of Opening. 


Height. 


Nc 


. Pattern. 






plain horizontal 


4.6 


l.Of 




B 




a 




u 


4.7 


.10 




E 




a 




a 


4.7 


.11 








tt 




a 


4.7f 


.10J 




A 




a 




a 


4.10 


.101 




D 




a 




a 


5.1£ 


1.61 




F 




u 


plain segment.. 


5.3 


.11 




C 








Also, many 


other desi 


gn«, all 


sizes 


Plate. 


No. 


Modillion 












X 


84 


a 












u 


58 


a 












a 


17 


a 












a 


90 


it 












a 


97 


a 












a 


91 


u 












XVI. 


9?, 


a 












. . XVIII. 


100 


a 












u 


103 



Also, many other styles and sizes. 
Panels, Lattice, any size 



Pavement — Street , 



Pedestal, 



any 



Pediment 



Portico 



Post — Awning. See Awning. 

Post — Horse, or Hitching LXXXI. 



LVIL 


151 


« 


152 


a 


153 


a 


154 


a 


155 


a 


156 


LXXXI. 


183 


t< 


184 


LXVI. 


42 


u 


43 


il 


44 


it 


45 


V. 


119 


XVI. 


111 


If 


94 


ii 


92 


XLIV. 


104 


VII. 


1 


IX. 


29 


XV. 


8 


XXX. 


21 


XXXV. 


34 


XLVL 


20 


LXVIII. 


35 


LXXIV. 


36 


LXXV. 


38 


LXXVI. 


39 


LXXVIII 


. 40 


XIV. 


43 


LV. 


44 


LXIV. 


24 


LXXXI. 


177 


u 


178 


u 


179 


a 


180 


u 


181 


a 


182 



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Post — Gate or Railing 



Plate. 


No. 


XCVIII 


. 246 


u 


247 


(C 


248 


a 


249 


it 


250 


a 


251 


u 


252 


u 


253 


it 


254 


u 


255 


a 


256 


XCIX. 


258 


a 


259 


u 


260 


» 


261 


u 


262 


a 


263 


a 


264 


a 


265 


a 


267 


a 


268 



Also, many other designs. 

Post— Lamp XLIV. 128 

« ...... oe LXXXI. 175 

« " " 176 

Also, other designs. 



Railing XCIII. 



'g 



3111. 


208 


a 


209 


it 


210 


u 


211 


u 


212 


u 


213 


a 


214 


a 


215 


u 


216 


u 


217 


a 


218 


a 


219 


CIV 


. 220 


*.< 


221 


u 


222 


(( 


223 


a 


224 


a 


225 


a 


226 


u 


227 


a 


228 


DV. 


229 


u 


230 


u 


231 


u 


232 


il 


233 


a 


234 


a 


235 



Plate. ¥o. 

Railing XCVII. 239 

« " 240 

« " 241 

« " 242 

" " 243 

" " 244 

« C. 105 

« CI. 162 

" Cemetery XCVI. 236 

« " " 237 

" « " 238 

Also, many other designs. 

Railroad Track LXVI. 41 

Riser LXXXII. 187 

" " 189 

" « 191 

" " 194 

" " 195 

" " 196 

" " 197 

Roof VI. 16 

" XII. 56 

" LXXIII. 19 

Rosette LXXII. 55 

" " 56 

" , " 57 

" " 59 

" ll 60 

" " 63 

" " 64 

" " 65 

" " 66 

" " 69 

« " 72 

a ^ .^ u Y4 

" " 7a 

" LXVI. 41 

Also, a great variety of others. 

Sashes, Pat., Iron and Brass. Light, strong, durable, fire-proof. 

Shutters, Iron Rolling XXIX. 143 

" " LXIX. 149 

« " " 150 

LXXI. 5 

These plates explain the construction, operation, &c. 

Sill, Door, any width or length LXXXII. 185 

a « " " « 188 

a it » " » 190 

a a « « « 192 

Also, a great variety of other patterns. 
6 



[ 22 1 



Sill, Window, any size XLIII. — 

" " " XLV. 30 

a « « t ^ ..... " 78 

a « « a ^g 

" " " . « 80 

Also, a great variety of other patterns. 

Stairs— Circular LXXXII. 198 

Also, other styles. 

Tread, Stair . „ . LXXXII. 186 

Also, other styles. 



Truss — see Console. 



Urn 



Verandah 



Height. 
1.1 

2.3 

3.10 

3.8 

2.2 

1.8 

2.4 

3.0 

4.0 

2.9 



Width at base. 

1.4 
1.7 
.11 



1.2 
.10 
1.6 



XLVIII. 
LXXX. 



c. 

CI. 



278 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 

105 
162 



Also, other styles. 



CATALOGUE OF THE PRINCIPAL WORKS 



ERECTED BY THE 



ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS 



LOCATION". PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

Albany, N. Y., Greene St. . . Albert Blair 3 Store Fronts. 

Do do N. Pearl St. . James Kidd 2 " 

Do d o do . do Smith 42 feet 4-story Front, similar to Plate XXI. 

Do do A. Koonz 1 Store Front. 

Do do Woollett & Ogden 1 " 

Alexandria, La Court House Portico, and Main Course. 

Alexandria, Egypt E. H. Allen & Co Iron Storehouse. 

Alleghany City, Penn Gordon & Eafferty 1 Store Front. 

Atlanta, Ga I. Boutell 80 feet Store Front. 

Do Beach & Eoot 49 " " 

Auburn, N. Y J. W. Haight 1 Store Front. 

Do F. L. Griswold & Co 1 " 

Augusta, Ga T. S. Metcalf 15 Store Fronts. 

Do City Bank Exterior Iron Work. 

Do Lambeck & Cooper 2-story Front. Plate XXXVIL, No. 18. 

Baltimore, Md Baltimore Sun E. G. Hatfield 7 Store Fronts. 

Do Canfleld, Brothers & Co 1 " 

Do J. King J. Dixon 1 " 

Bath, KY H. W. Perrine M. Austin 1 « 

Do A. S. Howell G. E. Bartlett 1 " 

Boston, Blackstone Street . . . Eitchie & Wentworth 50-feet Store Fronts. 

Do do do . . Mr. Eichardson S. P. Fuller 87 " sim. to PI. XXVIIL, No. 62. 

Do Congress do . . L. Ware G. J. F. Bryant. . . . 109 " " " XL., No. 67. 

Do Court do . . J. C. Gray C. K. Kirby 50-feet 5-story Front. See Plate LVIII. 

Do Federal do . . Mr. Kramer G. J. F. Bryant. ... 1 Store Front. Plate XL., No. 67. 

Do Theatre Alley C. Merriam & Sons S. P. Fuller. ...... . 5 Store Fronts. Plate XXVIIL, No. 62. 

Do Washington St H. H. Hunnewell George Snell 5 -story Front . Plate LIX. 

Brant, Canada West Hegeman & Co 2 Store Fronts. 

Bridgeport, Conn S. Sterling 1 Store Front. 

Do do E. E. Stanton Lambert & Bunnell. 1 " 

Do do City Bank do . . 40-feet 3-story Front. 

Do do Benham, Brothers do . . 2 Store Fronts. 

Brooklyn, N. Y Phenix Warehouse Co 42 Oil Tanks, 300 bbls. each. 

Do do Atlantic St . J. Smith King & Kellum .... 1 Store Front. 

Do do Atlantic D'k. IT. States Warehouse Co. G. H. Johnson & Co. Grain Warehouse, Plates LX., LXL, LXIL, 

107 x 125 feet. 5 stories. Fire-proof. 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

Brooklyn, K Y., Fulton St. Mr. Williams 2 Store Fronts. 

Do do do E. Lewis 1 " 

Do do do . . L. J. Horton 2 " 

Do do do . . J. O. Whitehouse 1 " 

Do do do Smith & Jewell G. H. Johnson Iron Works, Fulton Mills. 

Do do do . . City of Brooklyn 3 Engine House Fronts. 

Do do do . . Y. G. Hall. 1 Store Front, 

Do do do . . W. H. Cary. King & Kellum 3 Store Fronts. 

Do do do . . Mr. Newman Mr. Boberts 1 Store Front, 

Do do do . . J. Burroughs King & Kellum 1 " 

Do do do . . J. Halsey G. H. Johnson Halsey Building. Plate LII. 

Do do do . . C. Y. B. Ostrander 1 Store Front. 

Do do do . . Smith & Jewell G. H. Johnson & Co. 75 feet " 

Do do do . . Kings County King & Tecknitz . . . Iron "Work, Kings Co. Court Ho. : Beams, 

Hoof, Dome, Stairs, Sashes, Shutters, &e. 

Do Hamilton Av. . . Smith & Jewell Gr. H. Johnson Iron Work, Atlantic Flour Mill. 

Do Navy Yard IT. S. Government " Government Stores. 

Do Pierrepont Place. A. A. Low F. A. Petersen 47 feet Greenhouse Front, 

Do do . do do 1 Yerandah. 

Do do . A. A. White do .....1 " 

Buffalo, K Y George Coit, Jr 2 Store Fronts. 

Do Mr. Buckley 1 " 

Do Brown, Brothers , 173 feet Front, Brown's Building. 

Charleston, S. C Dwing, Thayer & Co 1 Store Front. 

Do CM. Cohen 1 " 

Do F. O. Fanning & Co 1 " 

Do RBoyce...! 2 " 

Do H. W* Conner 1 

Do Hariel, Hare & Co 3 " 

Do T. A. P. Horton 1 

Do A. Elfe 1 " 

Do Bancroft, Betts& Marshall 2 " 

Do L. M. Hatch 1 " 

Do W. J. Walker & Brother 2 " 

Do J. E. Spear 1 « 

Do P. O'Donnell. 1 

Do H. S. Government Columns Custom House. 

Chicago, 111 C. R. Starkweather 

Do A. Bobbins J. M. Yan Osdell. 

Do J. Link do 

Do Lloyd and Sons do 

Do F. Tuttle and others do 

Do Price, Church & Co 150 feet 5- " 

Cuba F. P. Dias Market, &c. 

Detroit, Mich F. & C. H. Buhl 4 Store Fronts. 

Dunkirk, KY E. Kisley & Co 5 " 

Fort Lafayette IT. S. Government Iron Work. 

Georgetown, S. C S. W. Bonguie 31 feet Store Front. 

Glenham, E\ Y Glenham Company 1 Store Front. 

Grand Eaplds, Mich J. W. Pierce 1 " 

Do do W. P. Collins 2 

Halifax, KS W. G. Combes 4-story Front. Plate LXXIX. 

Do Mr. Bennett C. P. Thomas 1 Store Front. " LXXYI. 

Do Duffries & Co do 2 " " LXXYIIL 

Do Mr. Coleman do 2 " " LXXY. 

Do Mr. Billings, Jr do 1 " « LXYIIL 



2 Store Fronts. 




231 feet 5-story Front. 


Plate LIY. 


150 feet 5- " 


" YII. 


161 feet 5- " 


" XIX. 


158 feet 5- " 


" LXX 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

Halifax, KS Mr. Chipman C. P. Thomas ...... 2 Store Fronts, Plate LXXIY. 

Do Mr. Skerry do - 1 Store Front, " LXXIY. 

Do Mr. Mignowitz do 1 " " L^XIV. 

Do Mr. Billings do 2 Store Fronts. " LXXIY. 

Do C. C. Tropolet 3 " 

Do Mr. Roman C. P. Thomas 2 " 

Do Mr. Scott 2 

Havana, Cuba Pesant, Brothers Sugar Sheds, 143 feet long. PL LXXIIL 

Do Spanish Navy Lumber Sheds, 81 x 120 feet. 

High Bridge Croton Aqueduct Dept ' Railing, High Bridge. 

Lancaster, Penn J. N. Lane & Nephews 1 Store Front. 

Lockport, N. Y N. J. Dunlap 1 

Lynchburg, Ya J. T. Davis I 

Do W. S. Ellison 1 

Martinsville, La. , Tertron, Bronsard & Co * 1 

Matanzas, Cuba. C. A. Caruano Columns, &c., Public Hall. 

Memphis, Tenn Mosely &Hunt 4-story Front, similar to PL XV., No. 7. 

jj W. B. Greenlow 2 Store Fronts. Plate XXXIII. 

Do Cooke & Co Fletcher & Wintter. 4-story " " XLVI. 

Milwaukee, Wis H. J. Nazro & Co 2 Store Fronts. 

Do Mack, Ottinger & Co . . . Otto Schwartz 1 Store Front. 

Do Mahler & Wendt 2 

Do J. B. Martin G. H. Johnson 160 feet 4-story Front. Plate XLVI. 

Mobile, Ala J. Emanuel 2 Store Fronts. 

Do Daniels, Elgin & Co. . . . J. H. Giles 45 feet 4-story Front. 

Do do do 103 feet Store Front. 

Newark, KJ Mr. Dennis Mr. Hall 1 Store Front. 

Do J. McGregor 40 feet 4-story Front. Plate XXVI. 

Do J. W. Corey 1 Store Front. 

New Haven, Conn H. N. "Whittlesey 2 Store Fronts. 

Do T. Bennett 2 " 

Do Perkins,Treat& Chatfield 2 

Do Young Men's Inst 2 " 

Do A. Parker 3 

New London, Conn S. & G. Eogers 2 

New Orleans, La Paul Tulane 47 feet 5-story Front. Plate VII. 

Do J. B. Lee 62 feet Store Front. 

NEW YOBK : 

Barclay St., No. 34 ... . E. A. & G. Witthaus. . . S. A. Warner 5-story Front. Plate XXXYIIL, No. 9. 

Do 36, 38 T. P. Jackson 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 50 Mr. Gibson J. C. Weils 1 

Do 52, 54... Wolfe&Mickle 2 " 

Do 58 T. E. Gilbert W. H. Hume 1 " 

BeekmanSt, 23, 25 2 " 

Do 27 1 

Do 29 Eemsen & Ely G. W. Noble 1 " 

Do 55, 57 J. B. Snook 2 " and Eears. 

Do 79, 81 ... Do 2 " 

Do 83 Bo 5-story Front. Plate XC, No. 14. 

Bleecker St., cor. Mercer. Mr. Bosch 1 Store Front. 

Do do Judge Jackson Kellum & Son 35 feet Store Front. 

Do do A. T.Stewart J. B. Snook 82 " " 

Bowery, No. 13 C. S. Hines 1 Store Front and Basement. 

Do 70, 72. . . . Wm. B. Astor 2 " " 

Do 96 A. L. Ely , E. G. Hatfield 1 

Do 98 Thomas & Son 1 " 

7 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

NEW YOEK: 

Bowery, No. 110 A. L. Ely B. G. Hatfield 1 Store Front and Basement. 

Do 163 McGraw and Taylor 1 " 

Bo 267 J. B. Simpson J. B. Snook 1 " Plate XL., No. 68. 

Do eor. Canal . . Lorillards Thomas & Son 132 feet Store Front. 

Do " Delancey. J. B. Simpson A. Winham 50 " 

Do " Houston. Lorillards 4 Store Fronts. 

Do " Bond J. B. Snook 40 feet " 

Bridge St B. Blanco 91 ". " 

Broadway, Nos. 39 to 49 McCnrdy, Aldrich & Spen- 
cer 5 Store Fronts. 

Do 53 P. & E. Goelet 5-story Front and Basem't. PI. XV., No. 8. 

Do 61 S. A. Warner 82 feet Store Front. 

Do 63, 65 L. S. Snarez 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 70 James Harriot & Co 1 Store Front. 

Do 72 Mr. Crager Thomas & Son 1 

Do 84 Mr. St. John E. G. Hatfield 31 feet Front, 2 story. PL XXXV., No.33. 

Do 102 Continental Ins. Co G. Thomas 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 112, 114 Bowen & McNamee Patent Shutters for 2 Fronts. 

Do 130 W. H. Hume W. H. Hume 5-story Front. Plate XXII. 

Do 139 J." F. Duckworth. . . 1 Store Front. 

Do 141 G. & W. Young .1 " 

Do 151 J. F. Duckworth. . . 1 

Do 156, 158 ... . D. H. Haight J. B. Snook 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 161,163,165. F. Marquand 3 " 

Do 177 W. H. Smith 1 Store Front. 

Do 179 Thomas Hunt . .' King & Kellum 1 " 

Do 187 Noel J. Becar 1 " 

Do 194 L. M. Wiley 1 " 

Do 199 Young 1 " 

Do 202= A. Cleveland Thomas & Son 1 " 

Do 203 J. Q. Jones 1 " 

Do 204 Appletons Thomas & Son 1 " 

Do 205 W. H. Smith 1 « and Basement. 

Do 235 Tracy, Irwin & Co Thomas & Son ... . 1 " 

Do 241, 243 Solomon & Hart F. A. Petersen 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 245 D. O'Connor 1 Store Front. 

Do 252 5-story Front, similar to Plate XY., No. 7. 

Do 257 Mr. Field 1 Store Front. 

Do 287 S. Storms 1 « 

Do 292, 296 ... . J. De Forest 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 294 B. Pike, Jr 1 Store Front. 

Do 300 W. B. Astor G. Thomas 1 " 

Do 306 Mr. Barclay 1 " 

Do 332 John Dolan J. B. Snook 5-story Front, similar to Plate XC. 

Do 341, Paton & Co. J. H. Giles 1 Store Front. 

Do 343 Geo. Ponsot 1 " 

Do 349 J. & I Cox 1 " 

Do 355 Adriance & Strang 1 " 

Do 360 P. Lorillard 1 " 

Do 361, 363 ... . H. Wood. J. Rogers 2 Store Fronts. [No. 66. 

Do 369 Solomon & Hart F. A. Petersen 1 Store Front and Basement. PL XXYIII. 

Do 371, 375. .. . Dr. Moffat 2 " « and Rear. 

Do 372 H. D. Aldrich S. A. Warner 1 " 

Do 373 L. Spencer J. B. Snook 5-story Front and Basement. Plate XIX. 

Do 377, 379 Mr. Lawrence 2 Store Fronts. 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

NEW YOEK : 

Broadway, No. 388 D. Wood King & Kellum. ... 1 Store Front, Basement and Bear. 

Do 403 P. & E. Goelet 1 " 

Do 404,406,408.. . . P. Lorillard 3 Store Fronts. 

Do 405j Duncan & Sons. 1 Store Front. 

Do 442 to 454 G. W. Miller A. Winnam 125 feet Store Fronts. City Assembly R'ms. 

Do 447 Mr. Collamore 1 Store Front. 

Do 449 Mr. Jackson. . . 1 

Do 452, 454 Peter Goelet 1 

Do 456 T. Woodruff 1 

Do 471 W. Gibson 1 

Do 481 J. De Wolfe 1 

Do 495 Grover & Baker G-. EL Johnson 3-story Front. Plate XI. 

Do 501 O. B. Potter Thomas & Son 5-story Front. Sim. to Plate XC. 

Do 502, 504 Dr. H. Bostwick Kellum & Son 2-store Fronts. Basement and Rear. 

Do 506 E. Langdon 1 Store Front. 

Do 508 1 « 

Do 516 Savings Bank Pat. Shutters for Front 

Do 535 S. Brewster 1 store Front. 

Do 543 W. B. Astor 1 " 

Do 547 1 " 

Do 550 Tiffany & Co R. G-. Hatfield 1 " andBase't. Plate LXIY., No. 26, 

Do 552, 554 R. French J. B. Snook 2 " 

Do 555 A. R. Eno Thomas & Son 1 "' 

Do 577, 579, 581 .. . Langdon family 3 u 

Do 585 J.Rogers 1 " 

Do 601 W. & E. Mitchell 1 " 

Do 604 1 " 

Do 606 ., 1 " 

Do 620 Henry Dolan J. B. Snook 6-story Front. Sim. to Plate VII. 

Do 621 Gerard Stuyvesant 1 Store Front. 

Do 624, 626 TJhl & Whitney J. M. Trimble ...... Ent. to L. Keene's Thea. PL LXIV.^o. 24. 

Do 627, 629 S. Brewster 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 631 to 637 P. & R. Goelet 4 " 

Do 645 Mr. Agate 1 Store Front. 

Do 653 J. p. Duckworth. ... 1 " 

Do 654 1 

Do 667 to 677 J. La Farge Jas. Renwick 150 ft " Old La Farge House. 

Do " « Jas. Renwick 150 ft " New " " 

Do 679 1 « 

Do 701 Mr. Manice 1 " 

Do 706 1 « 

Do 711 Mr.Holmes 1 " 

Do 747 J.G.Pearson.... 1 " 

Do 752 K Y. Dyeing & P. Est 1 " 

Do 758 S. Kohnstamm Kellum & Son 1 " 

Do 785 J. Colles 1 

Do 845 C. V. S. Roosevelt 1 " 

Do 847 " 1 " 

Do cor Exch. PL. . . J. Steward, Jr., & Co 1 " 

Do " Pine Continental Ins. Co Thomas & Son 2 Fronts. 

Do " Cedar J. B. Snook 2 store Fronts. 

Do " Liberty Mr. Herrick 1 Store Front. 

Do " Cortlandt 1 « 

P. Gilsey J. W. Ritch 6-story Front. 163 ft. Gilsey Build., PI. IX. 



Do 



Do " Dej W. W. Chester 1-store Front. 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

3TEWY0RK: 

Broadway, cor. Murray . . Ball, Tompkins & Black 1 Store Front. 

Do " Warren. S. Y. Hoffman J. B. Snook . Pat. Shutters, 150 feet Front. 

Do " Chamber and A. T. Stewart J. B. Snook ■" 

Reed. 

Do " Pearl J. Gemmell S. A. Warner 50 feet Store Front. 

Do " Anthony ... Dr. J. Moffat 1 Store Front. 

Do " Pearl&Worth J. R. Whiting Kellum & Son 175 feet Store Front and Basement. 

Do " Leonard Appletons 2 Store Fronts. 

Do " *< 1 " 

Do " " .. .. W. G. Lane & Co . 198 feet Store Front. 

Do " Franklin. . . . W. Gibson 1 Store Front. 

Do " " .... John Taylor Thomas & Son. ... . 75 feet Front. Taylor's Saloon. 

Do " White Mr. Clark 1 Store Front. 

Do " Canal and Lis- Dr. Brandreth Chas. Mettam 290 feet Store Front and main cornice. 

penard Brandreth House. 

Do " Grand B. Wood R. G. Hatfield 130 feet Store Front, 

Do " Broome W. Gale & Son Chas. Mettam 228 ft. " 

Do " " . . . . W. Langdon J. P. Gaynor 5-story Front. 162 ft. Haughwoutf Building 

Plate III. 

Do " Spring R H. Haight & Co . , . . . . J. B. Snook 470 ft. « St. Nicholas Hotel. 

Do " " J. J. Astor's heirs R G. Hatfield & D. 176 ft. " 

Lemon. 

Do " Prince A. T. Stewart Trench & Snook 237 ft. " Metropolitan Hotel. 

Do « Fourth Mr. Philbin 113 ft. " 

Do " Wash'tonPl 35 ft. " 2 story. 

Do " Ninth street 1 Store Front. 

Do " Tenth J. Beck B. Henry 163 ft. " 2 story. 

Do " Twelfth S. Whitney's heirs 2 Store Fronts and Basements. 

Do " Thirteenth. . . . Mr. Yalentine 58 ft. " 

Do " Twentieth 1 Store Front. 

Do " Twenty-first . . S. Halsted King & Kellum . . ... 2 " PI. XXIY. No. 64. 

Do " Madison Sq 2 

Do " Twenty-fifth . . Mr. Livingston J. B. Snook 2 " 

Do bet. 25th and 26th S. Y. Hoffman J. B. Snook Hoffman Hotel. 

Do cor. Twenty-sixth . Mr. Dodworth Renwick & Co 142 ft. Front. 

Do Mr. Bulkley 1 Store Front. 

Do W. Snickner 1 " 

Do S.Brewster 3 

Do : 1 

Burling Slip A. A. Low 2 Store Fronts. 

Canal street, 253 J". Hesley Kellum & Son 1 " and Basement. 

Do 262 P.H.Frost 1 " 

Do cor Wooster Rosenblat & Banta W. T. Beers 2 " 

Do " Thompson. . . People's Bank Thomas & Son 75 ft. " 

Do Mr. White 1 Store Front. 

Do N. & J. Brown 1 

Do 1 

Cedar J. D .Phillips 2 story Front. 

Central Park C. P. Commissioners Olmstead & Yaux. . Bridge Bailing. Plate XC, No. 229. 

Chambers Street : 

Do 43 to 49 Spencer, Wyeth&Stewart B. Henry 4 Store Fronts and Rear. 

Do 53........ . R Henry , 1 " " 

Do 76 J. M.Rich 1 " 

Do 77 Peddie & Merriam 5-story Front and Basement, similar to 

Plate XXXYIIL No. 39. 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

NEW YOEK : 

Chambers Street, 78 Dr.Alcock 1 Store Front. 

Do 80, 82 Mr. Holmes 2 " 

Do 88 1 " 

Do H3 1 " and Basement. 

Do 120 W.H.Jones 50 ft. Store Front, 5-story, sim. to PL XC. 

Do 122 1 Store Front and Basement. 

Do 126,128 Holmes & Colgate Thomas & Son 2 " 

Do 152 1 " and Basement. 

Do corChurch.. T. Suffern 45 ft. " 

Do and Warren. H. D. Aldrich S. A. Warner 2 Store Fronts. 

Do " Eeade. . A. T. Stewart J. B. Snook 218 ft. " and Basement. 

Do " " . . J. Haggerty 2 Store Fronts. 

Do " " .'. W. S. Wetmore 240 ft. Front. 

Do " " ... W. H.Cary King & Kellum . . . . 100 " 5-story. PL VII. 

Chatham Street, 19 J. B. Simpson J. B. Snook 1 Store Front. Basement and Hear. 

Do 65 Chatham Bank J. B. Snook 1 " 

Do 74 1 

Do J. B. & W. Simpson ..2 " French's Hotel. 

Church Street, S. D. Babcock T. S. Wall 1 " 

" Mr. Matthews 1 " 

" cor Fulton. . . . Mr.Phyfe J. B. Snook 108 ft. " 

Cliff Street, 22 Mr. James 1 Store Front and Eear. 

College Place, 7 W. H. Grinnell K. H. Mook 5-story " and Base't. PL XV, No. 7. 

Cortlandt Street 3 C. & U. J. Smith 1 Store " 

Do 4 C. Vanderbilt 1 " 

Do 6, 8 Brown & Cushing 2 " 

Do 12, 14, 16 Mr. Hurry 3 " 

Do 15, 17...... Mr. D wire 2 ' " 

Do 18 1 " 

Do 19,21 2 

Do 20 Gilbert, Prentiss &Tuttle 1 " 

Do 22 Bennett & Johnson 1 " 

Dey Street, 5, 7 Noel J. Becar 2 " 

Do 13 Wilson & Co 1 " 

Do 15 Mr. Cox 1 " 

Do 44 E. H. Main 1 " 

Do 46. 1 " 

Duane Street, 42 Archl. Iron Works G. H. Johnson 5-story " and Base. Sim. to PL VII. 

Do . 68, 75 to 85 . . . Mr. Palmer ... J. B. Snook 165 ft. " 5-story. Sim. to PL XIX. 

Do 71, 73 J. B. Snook J. B. Snook ....... 50 ft. " and Basement. 

Do 84, J. F. Duckworth . . . 5-story " and Basement. 

Do 116 1 Store Front and Basement. 

Do and Eeade 2 " 

Do cor Church Dr. Lovejoy Amzi Hill 116 ft. " 

Do " Eeade East Eiver Bank 1 Store Front. 

FifthAv. 23d St, B'way&24th A. E. Eno Thomas & Son ... . 277 ft. Front. Fifth Avenue Hotel. 

Fourth Av Harlem Eailroad Co Columns, &c, Engine Depot. 

Do cor 23d Street Mettam & Burke ... 5 Store Fronts. 

Franklin Street, 73 John Mack Eenwick & Co 1 " PL XCII. 

Do 91 " " 1 " 

Do corFranklinPl Thomas & Son 53 ft. " Basement and Eear. 

Do " Church. . W. Watson T. S. Wall 2 Store Fronts. 

Do " l " 2 " 

Front Street J. K. & E. B. Place. ... E. L. Eoberts 1 " 

" 166 1 « 

8 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

1STEW YORK : 

Pulton Street, 58, 60 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 115 1 

Do 141 M. Beily 1 

Do 186 J. Tucker 1 

Do 198 Mr.Phyfe 1 

Do Union Ferry Co Kellum & Son Fulton Ferry House. 

Gouverneur's Lane E. Banker & Co 3 Store Fronts. 

Grand Street, cor. Chrystie. . Lord & Taylor Thomas & Son 200 ft. " 

Do " Allen Mr. Donnelly T. S. Wall. 1 Store Front. 

Greenwich Street, 52 Griffiths 1 " 

Do 218 C. Mettam 1 

Do 282 Thomas &Son.... 1 

Do A.T.Lagrave 1 

Do Mr. Piatt 1 " 

Do W.B. Astor 1 " 

Howard Street, 1 " 

Hudson St. 250 Mr. Sloan 1 " 

Do 277, 279, 281. . .. B. Newhouse 3 " 

Do 297 A. M. L. Scott 1 " 

Do cor Broome J. S. Hasbrook 1 " 

Do " Jay Am. Express Co J. W. Pitch 204 ft. " 

Irving PL,' " 15th Manhattan Gas Co W. W. Gardiner. . . 1 Office Front. 

John St., 19 F. W. Lasak 1 Store Front. 

Do 20 Mr. Young 1 " 

Do 22 1 " 

Do 75 J. K. Herrick F. Diaper 1 " 

Leonard St.,71 S. A. Warner 1 " 

Do 73 J. F. Duckworth.. .. 1 " 

Do 80 Paton&Co J.H.Giles 1 " 

Do 84 Mr. Sniffin 1 "and Basement. 

Liberty St., 25, 27 W. B. Windle 1 « 

Do 29 F. W. Lasak 1 . " 

Do 85 1 « 

Do 93 J. M. Matthews 1 " 

Do 95, 97 Murphy & Benedict 2 " 

Do 96 Mr.McBride 1 " 

Do 99 A.E.Eno 1 " 

Do 103.. T.Strang 1 " 

Do 105 J.J.Henry 1 

Do J. B. Snook 1 " and Basement. 

Ludlow St., near Houston H. Fernback 4 " 

Do B. P. Winthrop 1 

Madison Av Columns — Ch. of Incarnation. 

MaidenLane2 W.H.Smith 1 Store Front. 

Do 4 Mr. Young 1 " 

Do 6 W. H. Smith 1 

Do 8 1 " 

Do 9,11,13, Swan & Co 3 " 

Do 10 1 « 

Do 15and25 W.H.Smith 2 

Do 17, 19 J. Fellowes & H. Young 2 " and Bears. 

Do 21,23 Fellowes & Schell 2 " 

Do 22 J. E. Hyde's Sons 1 " 

Do 31 1 « 

Do 33 P.Murray 1 *" 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

XEWYOBK: 
MaidenLane, 35 L. Murray 1 Store Front. 

Do 38 1 " 

Do 47 1 " 

Do 51 to 61 A. PL Wood 5 Store Fronts. 

Do 56 W. B. Windle J. B. Snook 1 

Do 58 1 « and Basement. 

Do 63 K. Mortimer 1 " 

Do 123 K. & K Dart 1 " 

Do cor. Little Green. Piatt Bros .1 " 

Do " « W.H. Smith .................. S 

Do " Nassau Est. of J. Duidam 39 feet " 

Mercer St., 5, 7 J. B. Snook 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 18 A. T. Stewart Kellum & Son 5-story Front and Basement. 

Do cor Howard A. B. Eno 1 Store Front. 

Do Bear 555 BVay. John Taylor 1 Store Bear. 

Do W. Gibson 1 Store Front. 

Mott St., I. M. Singer & Co G. H. Johnson Sewing Machine Manfy. PL IV. and VI. 

Murray St., 6 1 g t ore Front. 

Do 8,10 E. Parmly 2 " 

Do 14 J.L.Piatt 1 « 

Do 16 O. Thompson 1 " 

Do 17 to 29 H. D. Aldrich. S. A. Warner 7 " 

Do 36 Dr. Scott 1 « 

Do 37,39... A. Higgins 2 " 

Do 41 Thomas & Son 1 

Do 45 Mr. Hutchings S. A. "Warner 1 

Do 46 s. a. Warner 1 " 

Do 47 W. Sturtevant J. C. Wells 1 " 

Do 49 " 1 u 

Do 55 ^ a 

Do cor College PL . . Mr. Stevens m 139 ft. " 

Do 1 store Front. 

Do Dr. Hunter \ a 

Nass au St., 33 ^ u 

Do 52, 54 C. & U. J. Smith. ... .. . '. [ * ' .... ] [.[[ [ [ .['. 2 

Do 115 to 121 KG. Piatt J. Sexton 4 " and Bears,PL XXXV. No.34 

Do cor Maiden Lane. Mr. Swan 2 " 

Do Mr. Taylor 1 « 

Do Mr. Youngs ... 1 " 

Xew William St.,.10 W.H.Smith .................. 1 « 

Park Place 3.... F. Pares King & Kellum ... . 1 Store Front and Basement. 

Do 9,11 E. Parmly 2 " 

Do 12 Judge Boosevelt 1 « 

Do 17 J.L.Piatt ......"..... ..... 1 

Do 19 O. Thompson 1 u 

Do 21 E. B. Strange 1 " 

Do Church & Barclay. . C. W. & J. T. Moore .... Thomas & Son ... . 147 ft. " 

Do College P1.& Barclay Chittenden, Bliss & Co. . S. A. Warner 138 ft. " 

Do and Murray Lathrop & Ludington ... " 117 ft. " 

Do cor. Church Wm. Watson 107 ft. « 

Do " W. G. Hunt & Co King & Kellum .... 145 ft. " 

Do " College PL. . Thomas Hunt " 150 ft. " 

Do E. Parmly 1 gtore Front 

Do D.B.St.John 2 

Do Christie & Constant 1 « and Basement. 



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LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

NEW YOEK: 

Park Place T. Slocum 100 ft. Front. 

Do Spofford & Tileston 2 Store " 

Park Row, 13,15 Mr. Bangs 2 " 

Do W.B.Astor& J.J. Phelps. Thomas & Son 5 " 

Pearl St., 282 H. Y. Hendrick 1 

Do W.H. Cary King & Kellum . . . . 2 

Do Mary Chesebrongh " 1 " and Basement, 

Do M.Halsted " 1 " 

Do J. H. Coster " 1 " 

Do R. Carmley " 1 " 

Do P.Williams " 1 " 

Do L. G. Morris " 1 " 

-Do " 38 ft. " 

Do cor. Moore 1 Store Front. 

Peck Slip, " Front J. S. Harris & Co. R. G. Hatfield.. ... 103 ft. Front. 

Pine St., 11 A. J. Cipriant 2-story Front. 

Reade St., 74 Mr. Bradshaw 1 Store Front. 

Do 97, 99, 101 A. Higgins J. F. Duckworth. . . 3 " , 

Do 103 Gilbert Estate 1 " and Rear on Chambers St. 

Do 104 1 " 

Do cor. Church Read & Bradshaw G. H. Giles 86 ft. " and Basement. 

Do " " Kellum & Son...... 160 ft. " " 

Do Bliss, Briggs & Douglas . S. A. Warner 100 ft. " 

Do R. H. McCurdy 50 ft. " and basement. 

Do J. Q. Jones 5-story " PL XY, No. 8. 

Sixth Avenue, No. 206 G. P. Rogers 1 Store Front. 

Third " 805 W. T. Beers 1 " 

Third Ave., cor. 34th St H. Hughes do 56 feet Store Front. 

Third and Fourth Av., Astor [Inside Cast Iron Work. 

Place and Seventh St Peter Cooper F. A. Petersen 326 ft. Store Front, Cooper Inst., and all 

Twenty-fourth Street A. R. Eno Fifth Avenue Hotel Front. 

University Place Society Library Thomas & Son Main Cornice & Balust'de. PI. XX., No. 93. 

Yesey St., No. 22 W. Morris 1 Store Front. 

Do 36 S. Sutton. 1 " 

Do 45 J. Osborn 1 " 

Do S. Sutton 50 ft. Store F'nt, 5-story, sim. to PL LYIII. 

Walker St., No. 24 M. H. Litchstein King & Kellum 1 Store Front and Basement. 

Do 36 T. Lewis 1 " 

Do 38 Mr. Lewis 1 " 

Do 44 G. Johnson Thomas & Son 1 " 

Do 48, 50 Mr. Lane R. G. Hatfield 2 " [XY., No. 7. 

Do 61 Mrs. Goelet 5-story Front and Basement, similar to PL 

Do J.Lee Kellum & Son 5 " " " sim.toPl.CIL 

Wall St., Nos. 8 to 20 J. G. Pearson and others. J. G. Pearson 6 Store Fronts, 2-story, similar to Plate 

XXXYIL, No. 17. 

Do 49 1 Store Front. 

Do Mechanics' Bank R. Upjohn & Co Dome and Lantern, 126 feet circumference. 

Warren St., Nos. 4, 6 S. Y. Hoffman 2 Store Fronts. 

Do 8 A. M. Lyon 1 " 

Do 11 J. Lee R. G. Hatfield 1 « 

Do 12, 14 A. Higgins. 2 " 

Do 15 F. E. Gilbert l « 

Do 16 T. March 1 « 

Do 17, 19 Henrys, Smith & Town- 
send 2 " 

Do 18, 20 Mr. Cleveland 2 " 



[ 33 ] 

LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

NEW YORK : 

Warren Street, 23, 25 C. A. Bandoiiine Mr. Gardiner 51 ft. Store Front. 

Do 24 Mr. Martin 1 " 

Do 26, 28, 30.. Allan, McComb & Langlois 3 " 

Do 37, 39 T. U. Smith & J. J.Henry 2 

Do 38 1 " 

Do 40 C. A. Bandouine Mr. Gardiner 1 

Do 41, 43 ... . T. Suffern J. W. Ritch 2 " 

Do 42 J. A. Stevens 1 " 

Do 49 Rogers & Walker S. A. Warner 1 " 

Do 51 Mr. Center 1 " 

Do 53 RE. Gilbert 1 " 

Do 55 Jndge Whiting 1 " 

Do 76 Mrs. P. Bonnet Thomas & Son 1 " 

Do cor. Church. .. H. D. Aldrich S. A. Warner 2 " 

Water St., No. 120 A. Hendricks 1 " 

White do 79 S. Kohnstamm Thomas & Son 1 " [PL CI1. 

Do cor. Franklin PI. . S. H. & J. E. Condict. . . Kellnm & Son 73 ft. " 5-story, Basement and Rear, 

Whitehall St Union Ferry Co J. Kellum Sonth and Hamilton Ferry Houses. 

Do Corn Exchange E. L. Roberts Iron Work Corn Exchange. 

William St., No. 93 A. H. Ward 1 Store Front. 

Do 128 1 " 

Do 130 A. B. &. D. Sands 1 

Do 163 B. A. Field 1 " 

Do cor. Ann S.N. Livingston 1 " 

Do Great Western Ins. Co. . Renwick & Sands . . . Insurance Building. 

Worth St S. A. Warner 315 feet Store Front and Basement. 

Do No. 39 J. F. Duckworth. . . 1 Store Front. 

Do 41 J. F. Duckworth ... " 

Do 43, 45 Mr. Nesmith S. A. Warner 50ft. " 

Oswego, N. Y Oswego Hotel Co W. T. Beers 300 feet Front. 

Do T. Kingsford & Son Oswego Starch Factory. 

Panama Panama Railroad Co Railroad Depot. 

Do do Verandah, &c. 

Peterboro', C. W R. Nicholls 2 Store Fronts. Plate XXYIIL, No. 65. 

Petersburg, Ya D. A. Paul 1 Store Front. 

Do Eyon, Abraham & Davis 1 " 

PHILADELPHIA: 

Arch St., No. 116 Jones, White & Oo 1 " 

Do 124 W. H. Hart 1 

Chestnut St., 49 A. Masson 1 " 

Do 51 do 1 

Do 52 J. A. Gendell 1 " 

Do 54 W. W. Keen 1 " 

Do 56 J. A. Gendell 1 " 

Do 61 do 1 

Do 63 do 1 " 

Do 65 Mr.Landreth 1 " 

Do 85 Mr. Lewis 1 " 

Do 87 do 1 " 

Do 115 W. W. Keen 1 " 

Do 123 S. H.Hoxie 1 

Do 136. Bailey & Co 1 " 

Do . J. F. Fisher 3 Store Fronts. 

Do ... Dr. Swaim 3 " Swaim's Building. 

Do Jules Harrel 1 Store Front. 



L 34 j 

LOCATION. PROPRIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

PHILADELPHIA: 

Chestnut St Mr. Dunbar c „, 2 Store Fronts. PL XXIV., No. 25. 

Do Girard Estate 2 " Girard Buildings. 

Do Williamson & Mellor 3 " PL LXIY., JSTo. 25. 

Do A. Foit 1 Store Front. 

Commerce St C. C. Cope. 1 " 

Lodge Alley "Williamson & Mellor 3 Store Fronts. 

Do Mr. Dunbar 2 " 

Market St., Kb. 81. ... . C. H. Fisher 1 Store Front. 

Do 147. ... M. L. Hollowell Polling Shutters for Front. 

North Third St. ...... . Mr. Madora 1 Store Front. 

Sixth St D. Landrith 2 Store Fronts. 

South Fourth St E. T. Shepherd 2 " 

Do W. Ford 1 Store Front. 

Do J. A. Gendell 3 Store Fronts. 

Strawberry St W. W. Keen 2 " 

Third St Mr. Ballinger 2 " PL XXXV., No. 34. 

Do Mr. Fassit 1 Store Front. 

Do Siegur, Lamb & Co 1 " 

Do Faust & Wineburne 1 " 

Do Mr. Stone 1 " 

Do Towns & Sharpless 1 " 2 stories. 

Washington Ave Penn. Eailroad Co G. H. Johnson Grain Warehouse. Plates LX., LXL, LXII. 

107 x125 ft. 5 stories. Fire-proof. 

Pittsburg, Penn Mr. Yeager 1 Store Front. 

Do A. A. Mason & Co 1 " 

Do C. H. Paulson 2 Store Fronts. 

Do J. Brown 2 " sim. to PL XXXV., No. 34. 

Pittsfield, Mass J. C. West 3 " 

Do Plumpkit .& Hartbut ... 1 Store Front. 

Portland, Me H. ]ST. Jose 2 Store Fronts. 

Providence, E. I G. A. Howard 475 feet Store Fronts. 

Do Tolman & Bucklin 5 Store Fronts. 

Do Wm. Andrews 2 " 

Do Mr. Duncan 8 " 

Do S. Dexter 2 " 

Do B. D. Wheedon 2 " 

Do H. Eogers 2 " 

Do J.Arnold 4 " 

Eichmond, Ya Stebbing, Darricott & Co 3 " 

Do W.Barrett 5 * 

• Do Kent, Payne & Kent 2 " 

Do J. P. Ballard 1 Store Front. 

Do O. A. Stryker Polling Shutters for Front. 

Eio Janeiro, Brazil Dr. T. Eainey J. Whyte. . . Ferry Ho., 100 ft. Front. Pl.LXXXYIIL 

Eochester, K Y Elwanger & Barry 75 feet Store Front. 

Do Mr. Erricson 86 " " 

Do W. A.Eeynolds ..58 " " 

Do Samuel Wilder 1 Store Front. 

Do D. W. Powers 1 " 

Eome, K Y Hill, Brothers & Co 1 " 

Sacramento, Cal 1 " 

San Francisco, Cal E. M. Sherman 2 Store Fronts. 

Do G. E. Jackson & Co. 1 Store Front. 

Do J. B. Snook J. B. Snook 2 Store Fronts. I 

Do 118 feet Store Front. 



[35] 

LOCATION. PROPKIETOR. ARCHITECT. DESCRIPTION. 

'San Feancisco, Cal 34 feet Store Front. 

Savannah, Ga S. C. Deming 2 Store Fronts. 

Sceanton, Penn Mr. Shopland 1 Store Front. 

Shaeon Speings, N. Y L. Burgher Pavillion over Spring. 

Spelngfield, Mass Foot & Co 4 Store Fronts. 

Do D. W. Barnes A. L. Chapin 1 Store Front. 

Do John Madden 1 " 

Stamfoed, Conn Augustus Weed M. B. "Wolsey 38 feet Store Front and Balcony. 

Syeacuse, ET. Y Dillaye, Brothers 3 Store Fronts. 

Teoy, K Y H. E. & W. Allendorph. 1 Store Front. 

Do Jacobs & Caswell 1 u 

Do Troy City Bank 38 feet Store Front. 

Do L. Smith King & Tecknitz. . . 1 Store Front. 

Teoy, Penn E. W. Perrine. 1 " 

Utica, K Y J. Sayer 1 " 

ViCKSBUEG, Miss J. B. Wheeler & Co 1 " [XIL 

Wateevliet, 1ST. Y U. S. G-overnment Arsenal Storehouse, 100 by 196 feet. PL 

Do do Arsenal. Iron Work. 

Washington, D. C do Extension Congressional Library. 

Do .*. . . do Patent Iron Lathing Extension, Treasury 

Do do Iron Work, Ford's Theatre. [Build'g. 

Wilmington, 'N. C W. A. Barry 1 Store Front. 




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Iron Store House for U.S. Arsenal ; _Watervleit, KY. 

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Section of Cornice and Arch 




Section and Elevation of Pier and Arch 




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EleA^atioii for Duelling House 
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Designs for Store Fronts. 



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piaie jonir. 
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Plate JO&ir 



Front Elevation of first Story 

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No.- 64. 




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Plate. JCXV 

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Window^ Lintels, Architraves 8: Sills 




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Consoles Corbels & Vvn 



No: 27? 




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BURGLAR & FIRE PROOF. 




ELEVATION showing Blinds for OUTSIDE FSE 





ELEVATION showing Klhuls for INSLTJE TTSE 



PLAN OF WINDOW. 



This Blind obviates all the dt ffuubties and inconveniences (like wooden Blind, and is designed to supersede 
the folding iron shutter and the outside and inside wooden blind and shutter. It is /ire proof entd by actual e./peri 
ment is shown to resist the tire much longer than the orduutrg iron shutter r and water thrown on it while hot n ill 
not carve , Warp or open it so as to expose the uinelow to the thanes. This Blind does not shrink jvtnp or settle bg re 
pexnee to solar or artificial heat or by atmospheric changes ; thus freeing it from those objections to die wooden 
blind , which so try Hie patience of House lepers. The wires are always m order and can not he pulled out. 
the slats remain imbrokevv and can he so adjusted as to let in the crccui amount of light and air ree/uued. It 
is self taste/ana and fastenings arc always in order, It is substantial and , unlike the wooden blind ,reepi ires 
little ornovepeiirs' and ts capable of the highest finish and ornament. The inside blinds eirc specially adapted 
to first class eliicUinifs, churches Ac. 

Menu/ of the first Architects and Builders of this and other Cities hare given these Blinds their m upi all 
tied approval . Then hare been adopted bg rations banldng houses and dwellings and recently bg the new 
Court Bouse in Brodktyrv. 

Manufactured for the American Iron Blind Conrpaiiy and orders received for the same hi/ the 
Architectural Iron Works, 42 Diiaiie Street , NewYork. 



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PJato UC. 

Elevation of Grain Building 

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Details of Grain Buildini 



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Horizontal Plan tlirxHMflt Bins 



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ARCHITECTURAL . IROF "WORKS ,_NEW-Y0RK, 



PJcLte ZXIZ. 
Section of Grain Building throngli Bins. 




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Elevation & Section of Sidewalk &c, Shewing Vault under Street. 

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Design for a Single track Railroad Bridge, 80 feet Span 




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Design for a Single Track Railroad Bridge 

No:49. 



50 feet Span. 




lulv.of Scurany, Major* SKytapp, 449 BrmfJiraf NT 



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jo/ate LXXXVf 



Section thrcHxglv Girder. 
ScaZe-i^Tjtf^arh inchXo xv foot. 



Design for a Single track Railroad Bridge. -4.0 feet between bearings. 

Constructed; of wroizgJvt aruL Cast iron coinhiried/. 

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Plan, *>f one Jialf of Bridge, sliewiru/ 
naked frame woj*k,. 



Plan, of ,one ,haJP finished. 



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Stole view sof a, portion, ,of Gander: 
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Design for a Single trade Railroad Bridge, constructed of wrought iron; Lattice Principle. 

Length Meihvecn, pier's 67 yfizety. No: 61. 




Plan,; ^ne half shewnng the naked fr>cmze ; _ tfte other half finished;. 



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Ferry House, Built for DT Thomas Rainey, Rio Janeiro. Brazil 

No.- 74. 





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No:,U7. 




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;-; - 5 jrcnirj JCccfOT <£. Jurtccp-p, 449 B-rooub<ray; NY. 



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Lifh-of Sai'ore|,McgoT &ltadpp 449 Broa&way.T' 



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ARCHITECTURAL IRON WO RKS,_ NEW-YORK. 



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