[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
A. D. F4 Hamlin, A Textbook of the History of Architecture (rev.ed; New York, 1922) p. 405.
Hamlin
405
A Textbook of the History of Architecture
1922
2
ibid, p. 420.
420
3
Siegfried Giedion, "Alerican Development in Design," in New Directions, 1939 (Norfolk, 1939)
Giedion
Alerican Development in Design
New Directions
1939
Giedion, Space, Time, and Architecture (Cam- bridge, Mass., 1941)
Giedion
Space, Time, and Architecture
1941
4
Notes and Comments, Architec- tural Record, JXXI, (June, 1907) p. 481
481
JXXI
Architectural Record
1907
"individualistic char- acter...the natural outcome of our form of popular government," but F.R.Vogel in Das Amerikanische Haus (Berlin, 1910),I,p,285
Vogel
individualistic character...the natural outcome of our form of popular government
285
I
Das Amerikanische Haus
1910
5
Vogel, op. cit.,Is,p18
18
8
Edith L. Allen, American Housing (Peoria, 1930), pp. 35-36.
Allen
35
American Housing
1930
9
Hamlin, op. cit., p. 406
406
10
Talbot F. Ham- lin, American Spirit in Arohitecture (Pageant of America, v. 13), (New TavenM, )
Hamlin
13
American Spirit in Arohitecture
11
Asher Denjamin,The Country Builderts Assistant (Boston,1798)
Denjamin
The Country Builderts Assistant
1798
Thomas E. Tallmadge, Architec- ture in Old Chicago (Chicago, 1941), p. 34 n
Tallmadge
34
Architecture in Old Chicago
1941
12
Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (4th Amer.ed.; New York, 1841), II, p. 53.
Tocqueville
4
53
II
Democracy in America
1841
13
i.. F. Clumings and C. C. Miller, Modern American Arcliiteoture (Toledo, 1868) pl. 24-25.
Clumings
24
Modern American Arcliiteoture
1868
14
Percy L. Marks, in his The Principles of Planning (2d ed.; Lon- don, 1905)
Marks
2
The Principles of Planning
1905
15
A.D.F. Hamitlin, op. cit., p. 420.
17
G.E. Woodward, Woodvardrs Country Homes (New York, 1869), p. 151.
Woodward
151
Woodvardrs Country Homes
1869
18
Federal board for Vocational Education, Light Frame House Con- struction, Bulletin 145 (Washington, D,C., GoV Yr~t Ti-0~i. ce, ~ 66-8
Federal Board for Vocational Education
6
145
Bulletin
1930
19
Giedion, Space, Time and Architecture, p. 269.
Giedion
269
Space, Time and Architecture
21
Woodward, op. cit., p. 155.
155
22
Bessie L. Pierce, A History of Chioago (New York,1937)I,p.50.
Pierce
50
I
A History of Chioago
1937
23
Woodward, op. cit., p. 164.
164
24
Solon Robinson, "A Cheap Farm House," American Agriculture,VI, (July, 1847), pp. 216-218
Robinson
July
216
VI
American Agriculture
1847
HA. Kellar, ed., Solon Robinson, Pioneer and Agriculturist (Indianapolis, 1936)
Kellar
Solon Robinson, Pioneer and Agriculturist
1936
25
Woodward, op. cit., p. 158.
158
26
Industrial Chicago (Chicago, 1891-96), I, p. 83
83
I
Industrial Chicago
1891
A.T. Andreas, History of Chicago from the Earliest Period to the Present Time 7hicago, 3864-53), I, p. e bu
Andreas
504
I
History of Chicago from the Earliest Period to the Present Time
1884
27
Tallmadge, Arohitecture in Old Chicago, p. 37.
Tallmadge
37
Arohitecture in Old Chicago
28
Woodward, op. cit., p. 166.
166
Giedion, op. cit., p. 268.
268
50
ibid, p. 275.
275
31
Albert S. Bolles, Industrial History of the United States (Nor- wich, 1879), p* 21.
Bolles
21
Industrial History of the United States
1879
32
Horace Greeley, and others, Great Industries of the United States (Hartford, 1872) p. 1072
Greeley
1072
Great Industries of the United States
1872
pp. 1073 ff
33
Bolles (op. cit., p. 218)
218
Greeley, op. cit., p. 38.
38
35
Bolles, op. cit., p. 220.
220
36
Greeley, op. cit., p. 1070.
10
ibid., p. 34.
34
38
ibid, p. 34
34
Bolles, op. cit., p. 499
499
40
ibid, p. 499
499
Lewis lunm- ford, in Technics and Civilization (New York, 1934) p. 114
Lunmford
114
Technics and Civilization
1934
Agostino Ramelli, in his Le diverse et artificiose machine (Paris, 1588)
Ramelli
Le diverse et artificiose machine
1588
41
Industrial Chicago, II, p. 353.
353
II
Industrial Chicago
42
'TroIpeps, op. ooot, . p. 500.
43
ibid, p. 500-1.
44
Greeley, op. cit., p. 370.
370
45
J.E. Defebaugh, History of the Lumber Industry of America (Chicago, 1906-7)
Defebaugh
History of the Lumber Industry of America
1906
46
Andrea, History of Chicago, I, p. 566.
Andrea
566
I
History of Chicago
47
James A. McCall to SimR- son McCall, October 9, 1934
48
Andreas, op, cit., I, p. 554.
554
49
Frederick Myers, Journal Kept at Fort Dearborn, 1832-1834, transcript; entries: 2 i'pr2 7-,- , the Napoleon frozyr St. Joseph; April 26, the Austerlitz from Detre'
Myers
April 8
Journal Kept at Fort Dearborn
1833
TX j 24
50
Industrial Chicago, II, p. 356
356
II
Industrial Chicago
51
ibid, p. 356.
356
52
Charles Cleaver, Early Chicago Reminiscences (Fergus Histor- ical Series #19). (Cicago, 1882), PP. 39-40.
Cleaver
39
Early Chicago Reminiscences
1882
53
McCall to McCall, op. cit
P.F.W. Peck (Elias Colbert, Chicago (Chicago, 1868), p. 6)
Asahel Pierce (An- dreas, op. cit., I, p. 566)
566
54
Chicago American, vol. I, no. 1, June 8, 1835.
1
I
Chicago American
1835
55
Cleaver, op. cit., p. 40.
40
56
Joseph T. Balestier, The Annals of Chicago (Fergus Historical Series sI),(Chicago, 1876)
Balestier
The Annals of Chicago
1876
"The lumber trade is already very considerable...." p. 38, note C).
38
The lumber trade is already very considerable....
57
Bessie L. Pierce, ed., As Others See Chicago (Chicago, 1933)
Pierce
As Others See Chicago
1933
58
sierce, History, I, p. 58.
58
59
"The population of Chicago in this period...was. 1829, 30; 1830, 40-50
30
The population of Chicago in this period...
1829
1831, 60
1832, 150
1833, 350
1834, 1800
1835, 3265
1836, 3820
1837, 4170
1838, 4000
1839, 4200
1840, 4470
Pierce, History, I, p. 44m
Pierce
44
I
History
60
"Speculators have already bought up, at high prices, all the building ground in the neighborhood." Shireff, in Pierce, As Others See Chicago, p. 66.
Speculators have already bought up, at high prices, all the building ground in the neighborhood
66
Chicago
61
Pierce, History, I, p. 58.
Pierce
58
I
History
62
Chicago, p. 52
52
Chicago
63
Pierce, History, I, p. 58
Pierce
58
I
History
64
Andreas, op. cit., I, p. 138.
138
65
Chicago American, April 23, 1836.
April 23
Chicago American
1836
66
Pierce, History, I, p. 65.
Pierce
65
I
History
67
Harriet Martineau, in Pierce, As Others See Chicago, p. 83.
Martineau
83
Pierce, As Others See Chicago
Andreas, op. cit, I, p. 157
157
69
Chicago, p. 43
43
Chicago
Shireff, in Pierce, op.cit.,17.
17
71
Butler, in Pierce, op. cit. p. 44
72
Martineau, in Pierce, op, cit., p. 83
83
Andreas, op. cit., I,p.122
122
Balestier, op.cit., p. 27
27
75
Charles Fenno Hoffmann, in Pierce, op.cit.,p.74
76
ibid, p. 74
77
McCall to MlcCall, op.cit.
78
Woodward's "forty per cent less" reversed.
Woodward
forty per cent less
79
Chicago Democ-rat, vol. I, no i, November 26, 1833.
I
Chicago Democ-rat
1833
80
Greeley,% op, c., p. 40
40
Giedion, Space, p. 273
Giedion
273
Space
81
Woodward, op. cit., pp. 151-154.
151
82
note 3
83
First Methodist Church (1845)
First Methodist Church
1845
84
J.M. Van Osdel, "The History of Chicago Architecture" Inland Architect, I, no.3, p. 36
Van Osdel
3
36
I
Inland Architect
Andreas, op*.cit.
85
Giedion, op. cit., p. 275.
275
87
John 'Moses and Joseph Kirkland, eds., Histo r of Chicago, Illinois (Chicago, c. 1895).
John
Histo r of Chicago
1895
88
Pierce, op, cit.
note 22
89
Cleaver, op. cit.
90
Giedion, op. cit., p. 275.
275
92
Colbert, op. cit., p. 6
93
Chicago Historical Society, Ms Autograph Letters, Vol. xvii: Rev.
Jeremiah Porter, Address on the Earliest Religious History of Chicago.... Delivered by equest of the go oago Histor-a Society in 1859
Porter
Earliest Religious History of Chicago.... Delivered by equest of the go oago Histor-a Society in 1859
1859
94
Industrial Chicago, I, p. 51
51
I
Industrial Chicago
95
Andreas, op, cit., I, p. 290
290
96
p.21
97
Industrial Chicago, I, p. 51
51
I
Industrial Chicago
98
Andreas, op. cit., I, p. 290
290
ibid,I,p.290
290
100
Andreas, op.cit., I, p. 290
290
Pierce, Hi-story, I, p. 225
Pierce
225
I
History
101
Industrial Chicago, I, p.51.
51
I
Industrial Chicago
102
Porter,.Religious History
Porter
Religious History
note 93
Chicago Hist. Society,-Ms Autograph Letters,vol.xvii
Father John M.I.St.Cyr to Johln Wentworth,Jan.19,1880, Colbert (opi-i-.,.~)7
104
Andreas, op.cit., I, p. 290.
290
105
Chicago Historical Society, Ms Letter: Rev. Jeremiah Porter to Rev. Edmund O. Hovey, August 27, 1833.
106
Industrial Chicago, I, p. 51
51
I
Industrial Chicago
107
Andreas, op. cit., I, p. 290.
290
108
ibid, I, p. 290.
290
109
Pierce, History, I, p. 225.
Pierce
225
I
History
111
McCall to MicCall, op. cit.
112
Andreas, op. cit., I, p. 315.
315
113
ibid, p. 290.
290
114
Colbert, op. cit., p. 7
115
ibid, p, 8
116
i'bid, p. 8
117
Giedion, op. cit., p. 274
275
118
ibid,p.275
275
119
Chicago Historical Society, Kimberley Papers: Agreement between George W. Snow...and John Gawin,August 2, 1833.MS.
Dr. Tmund Kimnberley in Chicago's second drug store, founded 1833
120
Peter Nicholson (The New and Improved Practical Builder, London 1837, I, p. 132)
Nicholson
132
I
The New and Improved Practical Builder
1837
note 46
121
Andreas, op. cit., I, p. 145
145
122
op. cit., I, p.132
132
Directory of the City of Chicago for 1839 (Fergus Historical Series 2,Chicago,1876)
Directory of the City of Chicago for 1839
1876
p. 33
p. 31
123
Chicago, p. 43
43
124
Latrobe, in Pierce, op. cit., p. 60
Pierce, History, I, p. 50.
Pierce
50
I
History
126
Andreas, op. cit., I, p. 134.
134
127
McCall to McCall, op, cit.
128
Chicago Historical Society, MS Letter: O.L. Ingraham to Jeremiah and Mahetabel Ingraham, May 4, 1835. Transcript.
129
Chicago Historical Society, MS Letter: Caroline Clark to Mary Walker, November 1, 1835. MS.
130
Industrial Chicago, I, p. 49.
49
I
Industrial Chicago
131
ibid, I, p. 83
83
132
E.C. Gardner, The House that Jill Built (Spring- field, 1896), p. 51-53
Gardner
51
The House that Jill Built
1896
133
Greeley, Great Industries, p. 40.
Greeley
40
Great Industries
134
Bolles, op. cit., p. 503.
503
135
Greeley, op, cit., p. 34
34
Vogel, op. cit., p. 284
284
136
Greeley, op. cit., pp. 40-41.
40
137
Thomas E. Tall- madge, The Story of Architecture in America, New York, 1927, pp. 88-17
Tallmadge
88
The Story of Architecture in America
1927
Balestier, op. cit., p. 32.
32
139
Colbert, op. cit., p. 44.
140
Tallmadge, Chicago, P. 39.
Tallmadge
39
Chicago
141
Mrs. Trollope, and quoted in Tallmadge, America, p.89
Trollope
89
America
op. cit,I. p. 316
316
143
Industrial Chicago, p. 51.
51
Industrial Chicago
144
ibid., p. 54.
54
145
Tallmadge (Chicago, p.. xii)
Tallmadge
xii
Chicago
146
O.S. Fowler (A Home for All, New York, 1854
Fowler
A Home for All
1854
147
Industrial Chicago I, p. 54.
54
I
Industrial Chicago
148
Cummings and iviller, op. cit.
Bicknellts Village Duilder (Er Yrlé, 5th ed.,1878)5
Bicknellts Village Duilder
1878
BickneiII's Specrimne P, 2r Ob of O-n Ihundred Architectural Types (NeT York, 1878)
Bicknein
2r Ob of O-n Ihundred Architectural Types
1878
149
Bolles, op. cit., pp.209-215
209
150
Giedion, op,cit,,p.138
138
151
Great Industries, p .40.
40
Great Industries
152
Helen C. Monchow, Seventy Years of Real Estate Sub- dividing in the Region of Chicago (Evanston,1939)
Monchow
Seventy Years of Real Estate Subdividing in the Region of Chicago
1939
R.C. Smyers, invested Wealth of Chicago (Chicago, 1889)
Smyers
Wealth of Chicago
1889
F.R. Chandler, edt, Aessor LandCioago, L908), important for real esae proces In Toao, 32-1908
Chandler
Aessor Land Cioago
1908
H. Putney, Real Estate Values and Historical HLotes of Chicago (Chicago,1900)
Putney
Real Estate Values and Historical Hlotes of Chicago
1900
H. Birkmire, The planning and construction of high Office Buildings (New York,1898)
Birkmire
The planning and construction of high Office Buildings
1898
Auguste Fabre, Les Sky Soratchers (Himes, Bureau de 1.Eiancipation, 1896)
Fabre
Les Sky Soratchers
1896
153
Birluire (op.oit.,p.40)
154
According to Bolles (op.cit., p. 209)
209
155
Jenney in 1889, had a "monuaental appearance, but monotonous exterior." (L. Schick, Chicago and Its Environs, Chicago, 1891, p. 216)
Schick
216
Chicago and Its Environs
1891
Giedion found it "a starting point for...architectural purityt"(op.cit., p. 307)
307
156
op.cit., p.268
268
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