[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Reginald Blomfield, Architectural Drawing and Draughtsmen (London, 1912)
Blomfield
Architectural Drawing and Draughtsmen
1912
Claudius Coulin, Drawings by Architects from the Ninth Century to the Present Day (New York, 1962)
Coulin
Drawings by Architects from the Ninth Century to the Present Day
1962
2
Vincent Scully, "Romantic Rationalism and the Expression of Structure in Wood," Art Bulletin, xxxv (1953), pp. 124-12510.2307/3047474
124
3
William Ivins, Prints and Visual Communication (Cambridge, 1953), p. 70.
Ivins
70
Prints and Visual Communication
1953
4
Kneeland McNulty, "Lithograph," Encyclopædia Britannica, xiv (Chicago, 1969), pp. 110-113
McNulty
Lithograph
110
xiv
Encyclopædia Britannica
1969
Jacob Kainen, "Lithog- raphy," Encyclopædia Britannica, xiv (Chicago, 1969), pp. 113-114
Kainen
Lithography
113
xiv
Encyclopædia Britannica
1969
5
American Architect, vii (1880), p. 157
157
vii
American Architect
1880
7
"Ficken, Henry Edwards," Who Was Who in America, I (Chicago, 1942), p. 367
Ficken, Henry Edwards
367
I
Who Was Who in America
1942
8
Henry-Russell Hitchcock, "Ruskin and American Architecture Long Delayed," in John Summerson, ed., Concerning Architecture (London, 1968), pp. 182-186
Hitchcock
Ruskin and American Architecture Long Delayed
182
Concerning Architecture
1968
E. T. Potter of the firm of Potter and Robertson and, pp. 201-204
9
Blomfield, Architectural Drawing, pp. I-io
Blomfield
1
Architectural Drawing
11
William Rotch Ware (1848-1917), the second editor of Ameri- can Architect, has frequently been confused with his uncle, William Robert Ware (1832-1915)
Ware
American Architect
1917
12
Ralph Adams Cram, untitled obituary for Ware, American Architect, cxI (1917), p. 275.
Cram
275
cxI
American Architect
1917
13
American Architect, xix (1886), p. 181.
181
xix
American Architect
1886
14
Julius Schweinfurth, untitled obituary for Ware, American Architect, cxI (1917), p. 275.
Schweinfurth
275
cxI
American Architect
1917
18
Vincent J. Scully, Jr., The Shingle Style (New Haven, Conn., 1955).
Scully
The Shingle Style
1955
19
Ibid., p. 86.
86
20
Benjamin Linfoot, Architectural Picture-Making with Pen and Ink (Philadelphia, 1884).
Linfoot
Architectural Picture-Making with Pen and Ink
1884
21
Richardson, Henry Hobson Richardson and His Works, originally published in 1888 by Houghton, Mifflin and Company
Richardson
Henry Hobson Richardson and His Works
1888
22
Scully, The Shingle Style, p. 114, contains a good description of Emerson at work.
Scully
114
The Shingle Style
23
Gregg began to work for American Architect late in 1879
Gregg
American Architect
1879
24
American Archi- tect from 1883
American Architect
1883
Inland Architect from 1887 through 1895
Inland Architect
1887
25
Henry and Elsie Withey, Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased), (Los Angeles, 1956), p. 348
Henry
348
Biographical Dictionary of American Architects
1956
Kirby appeared in American Architect from 1877 through 1888
Kirby
American Architect
1877
Architectural Compositions (Boston, 1892)
Architectural Compositions
1892
27
Julius Schweinfurth, "David A. Gregg," American Architect, CX (1916), p. 241.
Schweinfurth
241
CX
American Architect
1916
28
Letter to author from George Eckel, 17 May 1952.
29
Schweinfurth, Ware obituary, p. 274.
Schweinfurth
274
Ware obituary
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