6 edition of Henry Hobson Richardson and the Small Public Library in America found in the catalog.
April 1, 2003
by The MIT Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||366|
Henry Hobson Richardson was born on Septem in Priestly Plantation, St. James Parish, Louisiana, U.S., United States, is Architect. Henry Hobson Exceedingly rare American Aesthetic Movement chair designed by Architect Henry Hobson Richardson. This chair is "variant" based on the design that Richardson did for the Woburn, Massachusetts Public Library, circa , and was most likely made by the A. H. Davenport Company of Boston, :// /chair-designed-architect-h-h-richardson/id-f_
Ken Breisch has a joint appointment in the USC School of Architecture and the Dornsife Department of American Studies and Ethnicity. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and served as founder and Director of the USC Graduate Programs in Historic Preservation (now Heritage Conservation) from to Under his leadership, this program was the recipient of the California Exceedingly rare American Aesthetic Movement lounge chair designed by Architect Henry Hobson Richardson. This chair is based on the design that Richardson did for the Woburn, Massachusetts Public Library, circa , and was most likely made by the A. H. Davenport Company of Boston, ://
RICHARDSON, HENRY HOBSON (–), American architect, was born in the parish of St James, Louisiana, on the 29th of September , of a rich family, his mother being a granddaughter of the famous Dr Priestley, the English dissenting refugee and man of science. He was graduated from Harvard University in , and going immediately to ,_Henry_Hobson. Allegheny County Courthouse, by Henry Hobson Richardson, at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Ames Free Library, by Henry Hobson Richardson, at North Easton, Massachusetts, to Ames Gate Lodge, by Henry Hobson Richardson, at North Easton, Massachusetts,
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Richardson received the contract for building the Malden’s Converse Memorial Library in Augustbut a contract was Richardson designed buildings in Buffalo, Boston, Albany, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and other cities.
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Pages include three sumptuous pictures of the Thomas Crane Library and a description of it as “the most successful” of Henry Hobson Richardson’s “designs for small public libraries in the United States.” The author and photographer visited 82 libraries in 21 :// archINFORM homepage of Henry Hobson Richardson (* †) – American architect, active in Massachusetts [contains a list of buildings] 2 days ago Designed by Henry Hobson Richardson and dedicated inthe Billings Library (now Billings Student Center) is the architectural gem of the University of Vermont campus, and provides a strong anchor for the University Green district, listed on the National Register of Historic ~campus/billings/billingsprovost/ Henry Hobson Richardson and the Small Public Library in America: A Study in Typology The First Baptist Church, originally the New Brattle Square Church, was built in Boston by Henry Hobson ://+Hobson+Richardson.
By birth, by education, and by conscious choice Henry Hobson Richardson was a member of that Establishment. He went along with it, delightedly; and delightedly it went along with him.
By the time he died—at the age of only forty-seven—he had redefined, for the United States, the potential of the public building in one domain after :// Education and Architectural Training. Born and raised in Louisiana, Henry Hobson Richardson studied civil engineering at Harvard College and Tulane University, after which he became only the second American student, after Richard Morris Hunt (), to study architecture at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris (c).
The Ames Free Library is a public library with a campus that consists of our Main Library building, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson in and opened in ; Queset Garden, a beautiful Italianate style garden and newly restored historic location that links our two buildings; and Queset House, an elegant English Gothic-style stone building where one can use our Digital Media Lab, Henry Hobson Richardson and the small public library in America: a study in typology by Kenneth A Breisch (Book) 2 editions published between and in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries The Thomas Crane Memorial Library, also known as the Richardson building, is Quincy's original library building designed by Henry Hobson Richardson and funded by Albert Crane in honor of his father, Thomas Crane.
Considered Richardson's masterpiece in the field of library architecture, the building was ranked 43rd out of works of architecture recently selected as America