Monthly Archives: March 2012

March Links Round-Up

Here are some of the articles we’ve posted on our Facebook page recently. Make sure to like us on Facebook to stay updated! Help save the endangered Barry Building in Los Angeles! A mid-century church in Gary, Indiana goes for … Continue reading

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McEntegart Hall, St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn, NYC

Nestled among the mansions and brick high rises of Clinton Hill is this mid-century educational facility on the corner of Clinton and Willoughby Avenues. It houses St. Joseph’s library and was constructed in 1964-65. Here is a picture of when … Continue reading

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Clauss & Company, Buffalo, NY

E. T. Clauss & Company is an insurance company in Western New York. Their main office is here at 735 Delaware Avenue in Buffalo. The building was constructed in 1950 and remains in good condition including the brick facade, marble … Continue reading

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Bank of America, New Hyde Park, NY

This Bank of America branch is part of a small strip development at 1600 Hillside Avenue in New Hyde Park. The bank retains strong integrity as built in 1958, incorporating standard colored enamel panels, metal window surrounds, white bricks and … Continue reading

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Morgan Hall, Wheeler School, Providence, RI

Built in 1964, this modern school structure sits at the intersection of Hope and Angell Streets, which are lined with more traditional Victorian-era mansions including kitty-corner across Angell Street, the Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum.  It does respect the neighboring … Continue reading

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Capitol Park, Southwest, Washington, D.C.

This blog focuses to a large degree on commercial and civic architecture. But an examination of the architecture of the Southwest DC renewal area would be incomplete without touching on some of the innovative residential complexes that were created as … Continue reading

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36 Church Street, Buffalo, NY

This most unassuming, diminutive office building is wedged in between Louis Sullivan’s landmark Guaranty Building on one side and an early 20th-century Gothic-style skyscraper on the other side. It dates from 1965  and currently houses a law firm.

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