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Arthur Rothstein, House model prepared by architectural section of Region 1. New Haven, Conn., 1936, Gelatin silver print, NYPL - New York Public Library, Farm Security Administration Collection, Catalog Call Number: 002443-C, Digital ID: 4001191, Record ID: 2320220, LL/48475
 
Architecture
Contents
Introduction
17.01   Introduction to architecture
Architectural acoustics
17.02   Franz Max Osswald: Sound photographs in architectural models, from Franz Max Osswald's applied acoustics laboratory at ETH Zurich (1930-1933)
Early examples
17.03   A world of roofs
17.04   Calvert Richard Jones: Daguerreotype: Margam Castle, Wales
17.05   Mission Héliographique
17.06   Achille Quinet: Restoration of the Royal Chaalis Abbey
17.07   William and Mary Howitt: Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain (1862)
17.08   William Howitt: Ruined Abbeys and Castles of Great Britain and Ireland, Second Series (1864)
Scotland
17.09   Thomas Annan: The Old Closes & Streets of Glasgow
17.10   Archibald Burns: Edinburgh
England
17.11   Philip Henry Delamotte: The Crystal Palace (1854-1855)
17.12   Robert Henry Cheney: The country houses and architecture of England (1850s)
17.13   Arthur James Melhuish: Windsor and Windsor Castle (1854-1856)
17.14   The Society for Photographing Relics of Old London
17.15   Harry Gedford Lemere: National Photographic Record and Survey (ca 1900)
17.16   Frederick Henry Evans: England, Kelmscott Manor
17.17   Roger Mayne: Wapping
France
17.18   France: Paris - Notre Dame
17.19   France: Paris - Notre Dame, Facade
17.20   France: Paris - Notre Dame, La Porte Rouge
17.21   Charles Marville: France: Paris
17.22   Édouard Baldus: France: Paris
17.23   Delmaet & Durandelle: The Paris Opera (1861-1875)
17.24   Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg (attributed): Élysée Palace, Paris (ca. 1867)
17.25   Albert Fernique: Ecole centrale des arts et manufactures (1875)
17.26   Louis-Émile Durandelle and Albert Chevojon: Grand Hotel Terminus-Saint Lazare, Paris (1889 or later)
17.27   Eugène Atget: The streets and buildings of Paris
Belgium
17.28   Edmond Fierlants: Belgium: Architecture (1860s)
Germany
17.29   Leopold Ahrendts: Berlin
17.30   Albrecht Meydenbauer: Photogrammetry
17.31   August Sander: Cologne
17.32   Hugo Schmölz: German architecture
17.33   Bauhaus
Italy
17.34   Carlo Naya: Italy: Venice: Palaces
17.35   Carlo Naya: Italy: Venice: Grand Canal
Spain
17.36   Joan Martí Centellas: Barcelona
Russia
17.37   Albert Felisch: Russia, St. Petersburg
17.38   Ivan Bianchi: Russia: St. Petersburg
India
17.39   Thomas Biggs: Architecture at Ahmedabad, the Capital of Goozerat (1866)
17.40   James Fergusson: Illustrations of Various Styles of Indian Architecture (1869)
17.41   John Henry Ravenshaw: Gaur; its Ruins and Inscriptions (1878)
Australia
17.42   Album of Sydney, N.S.W., Australia (1870)
17.43   Unidentified photographer: The buildings of Sydney, N.S.W., Australia (1873)
USA
17.44   George Robinson Fardon: San Francisco Album. Photographs of the Most Beautiful Views and Public Buildings of San Francisco (1856-1857)
17.45   Jacob A. Riis: How the Other Half Lives - Book covers
17.46   Jacob A. Riis: How the Other Half Lives
17.47   Edward Steichen: The Flatiron
17.48   Albert Bardem: Construction of the Commercial National Bank, SW corner Martin and Wilmington Streets, Raleigh, NC (1912-1913)
17.49   Lewis W. Hine: Empire State Building (1929-1931)
17.50   Berenice Abbott: Changing New York
17.51   Andreas Feininger: The architecture of New York
17.52   Ezra Stoller: Architecture
17.53   Julius Shulman: Architecture
17.54   Frank Gohlke: Grain elevators
Brazil
17.55   Marcel Gautherot: The architecture of Oscar Niemeyer in Brasilia
Building types
17.56   Skyscrapers
Survey projects
17.57   Historic American Buildings Survey - HABS
USA, California
17.58   William A. Garnett: Aerial views of Californian suburbia
17.59   Robert Adams: The construction of suburbia
Styles and movements
17.60   Pictorialism and architecture
Architectural details and modifications
17.61   Egypt: Wall art, bas-relief, hieroglyphics and graffiti
17.62   Brassaï: Graffiti
17.63   Aaron Siskind: Chicago
17.64   Aaron Siskind: Gloucester
Structures
17.65   Doorways
17.66   Arches
17.67   Windows
17.68   Gates
17.69   Fountains
17.70   Bridges, viaducts, trestles and jetties
Cities in decay
17.71   Roger Mayne: Leeds, slum clearance
Photographers
17.72   Bernd & Hilla Becher: Framework Houses (1959-1971)
17.73   Candida Höfer: Architectural space
17.74   Thomas Ruff: Architecture
17.75   Thomas Kellner: Architecture
17.76   Hiroshi Sugimoto: Theatres
17.77   John Divola: Isolated Houses
Techniques and processes
17.78   Gelatin silver prints: Architecture
Conclusions
17.79   Conclusions on architecture
 
  
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