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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Boston Architectural Club
takes pleasure in acknowledging its
indebtedness for valuable assistance :

To those engaged in the practice of
architecture and the allied arts for their
kindness in loaning their works for this
Exhibition.

To the officers and members of the
Boston Art Club for the use of their
excellent Gallery.

To Edward F. Maher for cover
design.

To the advertisers, the officers and
members of the Boston Architectural
Club express thanks for their co-oper-
ation in publishing this Catalogue.

A number of these books are for
sale, and will be forwarded, postpaid,
upon receipt of seventy cents.



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Special Exhibition Committee



BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB



EDWARD PERCY DANA
HUBERT G. RIPLEY LOUIS C. NEWHALL



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BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB

Officers

President
HUBERT G. RIPLEY



.Vice-President
LOUIS C. NEWHALL



Secretary

EDWARD PERCY DANA

Trinity Court



Treasurer

CHARLES H. ALDEN, Jr.

122 Ames Building



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Directors
HUBERT G. RIPLEY LOUIS C. NEWHALL

CHARLES H. ALDEN, Jr. JAMES S. LEE
W. A. COLLINS JOSEPH N. WILLCUTT



EDWARD PERCY DANA
CHARLES E. PATCH
CALVIN KIESSLING



Auditor
HARRY F. GIBBS



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The Future of American Architecture

IT is rather an interesting thing to speculate upon the future of American
Architecture. When we look back, we see that certain types of
building and ornamentation have become so characteristic of certain
times and places that we think of them as definite styles^ as the Egyptian,
Greek, Roman, Byzantine. The distinctness which each of these styles
has for us is due largely to the wide range of our view which brings them
all within a single glance and enables us to compare them. So compared,
the architecture of each country and period seems relatively simple in its
type. But this comparative simplicity disappear^? when we fix our attention
on any one alone and observe how many variations it comprises within it.
And so, when we turn to our own country and its architecture, the curious
mind instinctively searches for the central qualities of our highly diversified
art, — the qualities which in future times will be regarded as typical of the
great North American nation.

Unless every analogy fails, a thousand years hence the architectural
student will speak as glibly and knowingly of " the United States style " as
we do of the French Gothic or any other style. Let us try to guess what
will be accounted its dominant characteristics.

The style of any period is based on something more than the mere
physical qualities of a building, — it includes with these the mental qualities
of the builders. At first thought it would appear that the recent develop-
ment of steel in building construction must play an important part in the
question of style ; but second thoughts show that steel has introduced no
new structural device comparable in revolutionary importance with the arch
of the Romans or the ribbed vault of the Gothic period. It does more
than wood and iron can do but it does it no difl^erently, — no new construc-
tive principle is involved. It gives us wider openings, slenderer piers, taller
buildings, greater roof spans, but save in degree adds nothing to the artistic
resources already at our command.

It is rather to the mental qualities of the people that the chief character-
istic of the American style will be due, and these are determined partly by
our racial heredity and partly by our geographical situation relative to other
peoples. By heredity we are English ; by our position relative to other
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inhabit preserves no monuments of earlier races ; the environment of our
growing people has been free from artificiality, from tradition ; Nature has
been our school mistress, and has taught her lessons in her own direct way.
With the general acquirement of wealth and social complexity comes the
need of corresponding architectural development. At the same tiipe has
come a knowledge of the arts of all the world which is bewildering in its
variety. Now, to every other people save ourselves this knowledge comes
as an addition to mental traits already fixed by centuries of habit, so that
its reception is affected by them ; it is as if a new color were laid over one
already existing, which tinges the new one inevitably, and makes its effect
less vivid. But the American is free from these predispositions, and judges
with a relatively unprejudiced mind the artistic achievements of the world
as they are presented to him. The effect of this is to produce in him a
catholicity of taste which when seen through the prospective of time will, I
believe, constitute the distinguishing trait of his own achievement.

I can best define this quality by an illustration. A man who has been
born, bred, and lived to maturity in any given neighborhood inevitably shows
in his intercourse with others the limitations of his experience. He is local
and identifiable. On the other hand, a man who has been trained in many
schools, and has travelled much, and mingled in diverse societies, takes on a
character which is distinctively non-local, and which is very hard to iden-
tify. His distinction is his absence of limiting traits, his cosmopolitan
quality. Compared with him the other man is provincial.

In a similar way, I think, the ultimate distinction of American Architect-
ural style will prove to be its cosmopolitan quality, drawing its inspira-
tions from many sources, and undergoing the all-pervasive influence of a
people untrained in the arts, American Architecture at its best should
have a well-defined centrality among the arts of all other nations. The
time will come when it will be deemed provincial to give a building the
earmarks of any particular locality, or to betray a preference for any
particular style. To get a style by avoiding a style, — that is the paradox
of American Architecture.

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MEMBERS OF THE

BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL CLUB



Adams, F. C.
Adden, Williard p.
Alden, Charles H., Jr.
Allen, Gordon
Anderson, Arthur E.
Andres, Max G.
Andrews, Robert D.
Andrews, W. H.
Atherton, Walter
Atkinson, William



Arlington, Mass.

1 2 Bosworth Street

122 Ames Building

II I o Exchange Building

(Abroad)

507 John Hancock Building

50 Congress Street

406 Paddock Building

1 5 Exchange Street

1 5 Exchange Street



Bacon, Lewis H.
Beal, J. Williams
Bellows, R. P.
Benton, Edward R.
Berry, J. Lawrence
Beyer, C. E.
Bigelow, Henry F.
Bill, Carroll M.
Blackall, Clarence H.
Blair, J. B.
Bonne, Robert C.
Breed, George H.
Brown, Frank Chouteau
Blevins, a. H. /

Bourneuf, a. F.



27 School Street

Summer & Devonshire Streets

29 Hereford Street

72 Equitable Building

8 Beacon Street
Lynn, Mass.

3 Hamilton Place
40 Beacon Street
I Somerset Street
31 Beacon Street
Winchester, Mass.
(Abroad)

9 Park Street
9 Park Street

1 8 Boylston Street -



Capen, E. W.
Clark, Eugene L.
Cleveland, Frank E.
CoDMAN, Stephen
Cheney, G. W.
Coveney, Charles E.
Crowell, W. D.



189 Devonshire Street

50 Bromtield Street

1 1 1 o Exchange Building

31 Beacon Street

1 3 1 Devonshire Street

12 Bosworth Street

I Somerset Street



Dana, Edward P.
Davidson, Harry E.
Dillaby, Frank H.
Davenport, S. G.
Dudley, W. W.



Trinity Court
6 Beacon Street
31 West Street
93 Federal Street
8 Exchange Place



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Fernald, Albert C.
Fletcher, Henry B.
FocKiNs, Robert
Frazer, Horace S.
Frothingham, Brooks



1 8 Newbury Street
Melrose, Mass.
85 Devonshire Street
8 Exchange Place
87 Milk Street



Gallagher, Percival
Garrity, W. J. J.
Gilbert, Irving M.
Graham, E. T. P.
Greco, Charles R.
Grinnell, H. D.



Brookline, Mass.
12 Bosworth Street
1 20 Boylston Street
919 Exchange Building
919 Exchange Building
1 1 04 Exchange Building



Hathaway, H. W.
Henry, Ralph C.
Hewitt, Edwin Hawley
Higgins, G. H.
Hill, Clinton M.

HiRONS, F. C.

Hollings, William F.
Holmes, Thomas W.
Holt, Henry C.
Hovey, V. A.
HoYT, Edward H.
Hunnewell, H. S.
Hutchins, Franklin H.



6 Beacon Street

II 28 Tremont Building

(Abroad)

I Somerset Street

27 School Street

1 5 Exchange Street

70 Kilby Street

9 Park Street

1 3 1 Devonshu-e Street

919 Exchange Building

1 001 Colonial Building

87 Milk Street •

I Somerset Street



Ingraham, George H.



2 A Park Street



Jackson, Jerome P.
Jackson, L. E.
James, Thomas M.
Janssen, Ben.
Johnson, Otto A.
Jones, F. M.



122 Ames Building

919 Exchange Building

105 Federal Street

(Abroad)

9 Park Street

9 1 9 Exchange Building



Kattelle, Walter R.
Kendall, Robert R.
Kiessling, Calvin
Kiessling, Homer
KiLHAM, C. W.
Knowles, John W.



Auburndale, Mass.

8 Beacon Street

8 Beacon Street

812 Pemberton Building

919 Exchange Building

1 00 1 Colonial Building



Lee, James S.
Longfellow, A. W., Jr.
Lord, L T.
Lynch, Harry



1002 Beacon Building
1 1 24 Tremont Building
Somerville, Mass.
75 Sterling Street, Roxbury



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Maclaren, W. S.
MacMillan, a. B.
Maginnis, Charles D.
Mahany, F. W.'
Maker, Edward F.
Marlowe, G. F.
Marston, J. B.
McGiRR, Edward B.
McIntyre, James S.
Meade, M. P.
Merrill, Arthur P.
Merrow, John W.
Morton, H. W.



49 Pinckney Street
93 Federal Street
903 Colonial Building
70 Kilby Street
87 Milk Street
919 Exchange Building
93 Federal Street
Cambridge, Mass.
105 West Newton Street
1 1 24 Tremont Building
336 Boylston Street
1 00 1 Colonial Building
122 Ames Building



Nevin, C. K. B.
New, Herbert H.
Newhall, Louis C.
Newton, George F.
Nichols, Edward



Williamstown, Mass,
Bank Building, Watertown
9 Park Street
6 Beacon Street
70 Kilby Street



Park, Lawrence
Parker, W. D.
Parker, William S.
Parkhur«t, W.
Patch, Charles E.
Peabody, Robert S.
Pennell, H. B.
Perkins, P. I.
Pitts, H. S.
Preston, William G.
Prichard, Edward H.
Proctor, B., Jr.
Proctor, William
Purdon, James
Putnam, Elliot T.
Putnam, William E., Jr.



8 Beacon Street

1 00 1 Colonial Building
120 Boylston Street
93 Federal Street
52 Kilby Street
919 Exchange Building

9 Park Street

93 Federal Street

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

186 Devonshire Street

1 00 1 Colonial Building '

8 Exchange Place

2 1 Bromtield Street

8 Beacon Street

132 Highland Street, Roxbury

6 Hancock Avenue



Ouiner, W. H., Jr.



122 Ames Building



Rand, W. P.
Rice, O. Winthrop
Rice, Walter E.
Richards, W. P.
Richardson, A. C.
Richardson, C. E.
Ripley, H. G.
Ritchie, G. W.
Ritchie, J. H.



Maiden, Mass.
1 5 Exchange Street
120 Boylston Street
1 1 2 Water Street
9 Comhill
50 Congress Street
919 Exchange Building
1 00 1 Colonial Building
I Somerset Street



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Smith y William L.
Somes, John E., Jr.
Sprague, Arthur E.
Spring, R. C.
St. Clair, E. W.
Stearns, H. C.
Steverman, T. E.
Stewart, Edmund T.
Stratton, Edward B.
Sturgis, R. Clipston
Sturgis, R. C, Jr.
Swift, George A.

Taylor, William H.
TiLDEN, H. E.



8 Beacon Street
27 School Street
Wollaston, Mass.
IOC! Colonial Building
919 Exchange Building
62 Devonshire Street
31 Beacon Street
406 Paddock Building
1 1 2 Water Street
120 Boylston Street
Cambridge, Mass.
75 Chandler Street

50 Bromfield Street
6 Beacon Street



Vallance, Hugh



62 Devonshire Street



Wakefield, F, Manton
Wales, George C.
Walker, Robert T.
Walsh, Timothy
Watson, Robert A.
Weber, E. J.
Weeks, A. L.
Wells, W. S.
West, Albert E.
White, H. P.
Will, George G.
Williams, Ernest
Woodbury, D. H.
Wright, Albert H.
Wright, Edwin H.
Wright, James H.



I Somerset Street

131 Devonshire Street

1 1 24 Tremont Building

903 Colonial Building

1 1 40 Columbus Avenue

(Abroad)

Cornhill

1 1 24 Tremont Building

122 Ames Building

1060 Beacon Street

120 Boylston Street

87 Milk Street

I I o I Exchange Building
1 1 o Tremont Street

6 Hancock Avenue
9 Mountford Street



Ziegler, E. E.



I Somerset Street



Ames, Winthrop



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

North Easton, Mass.



Baird, John C.



83 Franklin Street



Cairns, Hugh
Casson, Robert
Collins, W. A.
Coggan, W. T.
Crook, E. E.
Cutter, Charles T.



48 A Sudbury Street

1 50 Boylston Street

14 Somerset Street

62 First St., East Cambridge, Mass.

70 Kilby Street

8 Beacon Street



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Dawson, J. F.
Dexter, George B.
Dunham, Horace C.



Jamaica Plain, Mass.
105 Broad Street
Auburndale, Mass.



Eaton, C. S.
Evans, John



219 Washington Street
77 Huntington Avenue



Farquhar, F. C.
GiBBS, Harry F.



22 East Street



9 Park Street



Haberstroh, Albert
Hallowell, George H.
HoGUE, Chester J.

HOLDENSEN, P.
HOWLAND, L.



9 Park Street

10 Marlboro Street
602 Paddock Building
154 Boylston Street
102 Milk Street



Jennings, B. F.

Kavanagh, James F.
Kearns, William F.
Kimball, L. E.
Kirschmeyer, I.



103 Mt. Vernon Street

17 Milk Street

602 Paddock Building

I 5 2 Hampden Street

Cor. 1st and Otis Sts., E. Cambridge



Landerkin, Charles E.



42 Cornhill



Mann, J. Harry
Marshall, L. W.
Mitchell, W. L.



181 West Brookline Street
520 Tremont Building
I Province Court



OUTHET, R. A.



89 Charles Street



Phipps, Horace J.
Porter, Lee



144 Essex Street
338 Boylston Street



Rogers, Arthur D.
Ross, Denman W.



85 Water Street

24 Craigie Street, Cambridge



ScHROFF, Alfred
Sleep, George F.
SWETT, W. P.

WiLLCUTT, J. N.
Woodman, A. W.
Wright, C. B.



314 Boylston Street
351 Cambridge Street
Arlington Heights

1 66 Devonshire Street
613 Paddock Building
83 Franklin Street



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NON-RESIDENT MEMBERS



AvERELL, James G.

Broad, Wilbur T.

Clough, James A.

Hayward, H. C.

Jones, Harvey L.

LaBeaume, Louis

Myers, D. J.

Nazro, W. E. C.

Orr, Hugh

Peden, Frank
Pratt, Henry T.
pulsifer, l. w.

Stone, G. W.

Bartlett, T. H.

George, Ernest

Kirby, H. p.

Pennell, Jos.
Peto, Harold A.

Ware, Prof. William



Rochester, New York

Brooklyn, New York

Holyoke, Mass.

Montreal, Canada

St. Louis, Mo.

St. Louis, Mo.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

North Plymouth, Mass.

Brockton, Mass.

Montreal, Canada
Washington, D. C.
Denver, Colorado

Washington, D. C.

HONORARY MEMBERS

Chocorua, N. H.

London, England

New York, N. Y.

London, England
London, England

Cambridge, Mass.



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MEMBERS

OF THE

BOSTON SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS

Officers



President
ROBERT S. PEABODY

Vice-President
FRANCIS R. ALLEN



Secretary

J. R. COOLIDGE, Jr.

2 2 Congress Street



Treasurer
GEORGE T. TILDEN



COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS



HENRY F. BIGELOW
CLARENCE H. BLACKALL



RALPH A. CRAM
ALEXANDER S. JENNEY



A. W. LONGFELLOW



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
ROBERT S. PEABODY



FRANCIS R. ALLEN
HENRY F. BIGELOW
CLARENCE H. BLACKALL
J. RANDOLPH COOLIDGE, Jr.



RALPH A. CRAM
ALEXANDER S. JENNEY
A. W. LONGFELLOW
GEORGE T. TILDEN



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MEMBERS OF THE
BOSTON SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS



FELLOWS



Allen, Francis R.
Andrews, Robert D.
Austin, William D.

Bacon, Lewis H.
Bigelow, Henry F.
Blackall, Clarence H.
Brigham, Charles
Brown, Samuel J.

Carlson, Harry J.
Chamberlain, William E.
Chandler, Prof. Francis W.
Chandler, Howard S.
Chandler, Joseph E.
CoDMAN, Stephen
CoiT, Robert

CooLiDGE, J. Randolph, Jr.
Cram, Ralph Adams
CuMMiNGs, Charles A.

Darrow, a. L.
Despradelle, Prof. D.

Emerson, William R.
Everett, Arthur G.

Fehmer, Carl
Fernald, Albert C.
Fox, John A.
Fox, Thomas A.

Goodhue, Bertram G.

Harlow, Alfred B.
Hill, Clinton M.
Holt, Henry C.
Hunnewell, Henry S.

Jaques, Herbert
Jenney, Alexander S.



6 Beacon Street
50 Congress Street
50 Bromfield Street

27 School Street
3 Hamilton Place

1 Somerset Street
12 Bosworth Street
164 Federal Street

22 Congress Street
27 Clinton Street, Cambridgeport
Mass. Institute of Technology
201 Brighton Ave., Allston, Mass.

2 A Park Street
31 Beacon Street
8 5 Water Street
22 Congress Street
Exchange Building
230 Clarendon Street

1 1 3 Devonshire Street

Mass. Institute of Technology

J 3 1 Tremont Street
62 Devonshire Street

87 Milk Street

1 70 Fifth Avenue, New York

Phillips Building

Phillips Building

Exchange Building

314 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.

27 School Street

131 Devonshire Street

37 Milk Street

50 Congress Street
Phillips Building



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Kelley, James T.
Kendall, Henry H.

Lavalle, John
Lee, James S.
Lewis, Edwin J., Jr.
Little, Arthur
Longfellow, Alexander W.

Maginnis, Charles D.
McClare, C. Herbert
Mead, Samuel W.

Newton, George F.

Page, Samuel F.
Paine, Walter J.
Peabody, Robert S.
Phillips, Henry A.
Phipps, Sanford
Preston, William G.
Putnam, J. Pickering

Rantoul, Augustus N.
Richards, William P.
RuTAN, Charles H.
Rice, Arthur Wallace

Schweinfurth, Julius A.
Sears, Willard T.
SisE, Lyman
Stearns, John G.
Stevens, Edward F.
Stickney, F. W.
Sturgis, R. Clipston
Sullivan, Matthew

Taylor, Bertrand E.
Tilden, George T.

Vaughan, Henry

Walker, C. Howard
Wakefield, F. Manton
Wales, George C.
Warren, H. Langford
Wetherell, George H.
Wheelwright, Edmund M.
Winslow, Walter T.

Zerrahn, Franz E.



57 Mt. Vernon Street
93 Federal Street

85 Devonshire Street
2 A Park Street
9 Park Street
Mason Building
Tremont Building

100 BoylstGR Street

649 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge

62 Devonshire Street

6 Beacon Street

87 Milk Street

84 Bowers Street, Newtonville
Exchange Building

Phillips Building
Exchange Building
186 Devonshire Street
13 Exchange Street

50 Congress Street
1 1 2 Water Street
Ames Building
Pemberton Building

Exchange Building

Mason Building

87 Mystic Street, West Medford

Exchange Building

93 Federal Street

Hildreth Building, Lowell, Mass.

120 Boylston Street

100 Boylston Street

93 Federal Street

85 Devonshire Street

5 Pemberton Square

131 Devonshire Street

I Somerset Street

1 3 1 Devonshire Street

I I o Boylston Street
9 Park Street

100 Boylston Street
Phillips Building

9 Hamilton Place



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Alden, Charles H., Jr.
Appleton, W. Cornell
Atherton, Walter
Austin, Charles D.



JUNIOR MEMBERS

Ames Building
Exchange Building
1 3 Exchange Street
60 Devonshire Street



Barton, George Edward
BiscoE, Maurice B.
BixBY, Curtis W.
Boone, Allan E.
Bourne, Frank A.

Calderwood, James
Cleveland, Frank E.
Collins, Charles
Cox, Allen H.
CuMMiNGs, Charles K.

Dennett, Hartley
Dodge, Edwin S.
DwiGHT, Henry H.

Ferguson, Frank W.
Field, Leonard H., Jr.
Frazer, Horace S.

Gay, Joseph B.
Greene, Joseph T.

GuLBRANSON, P. G.

Hale, Herbert D.
Hart, Donald P.
Hayward, Henry C.
Holmes, Thomas W.
Hood, R. P.
Hopkins, James C.
Howard, Phillip B.

Ingraham, George H.

Jackson, Allen W.
Jones, I. Howland

Kahlmeyer, John
Kendall, Frank A.
KiLHAM, Walter H.
Killam, Charles W.



120 Boylston Street

1 1 o Boylston Street
120 Tremont Street
Winchester
Mason Building

186 Devonshire Street
53 State Street
6 Beacon Street
6 Hancock Avenue
45 Kilby Street

Devonshire Building
1 Somerset Street
31 Beacon Street

Exchange Building
Exchange Building

8 Exchange Place

2 1 Bromfield Street

12 Pearl Street
3 1 West Street

13 Exchange Street

1 Somerset Street

590 Temple Bldg., Montreal, P.

9 Park Street

60 Devonshire Street
9 Park Street
45 Kilby Street


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