Miscellaneous Architectural Image
Gallery Three

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View through a moongate toward Cluss and Schulze's 1881 Arts and Industries Building.  Part of the Enid A. Haupt Garden near the Capitol Mall. View of a triple hung window/door detail.  Building construction began in 1768 and continued off and on until 1809. Rodney Winfield's stained glass window with a moon rock brought back from Apollo 11 embedded in it.  Known as the "Space Window".  Washington Cathedral, the National Cathedral, and the Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul are all names for this neo-Gothic church, built from 1907 to  1990.  From a 1990 Alex Martin postcard. View of the stained glass inside a mausoleum at Père Lachaise cemetery.
? Architect
Mausoleum
19C? Paris, Fr.
Front door elevation of a Georgian Revival mansion.
Jean Paul Carlhian
Haupt Grdn., 1987
Washington, D.C.
Thomas Jefferson
Monticello, 1809
Charlottesville, VA
Vaughn & Bodley
National Cathedral
Washington, D.C.
View of a concrete garden bench with an end arm in the shape of an eagle, or maybe a  griffin. View of a Baroque doorway in the garden wall behind the chateau.  Built between 1642 and 1651. View of a crystal chandelier in the ballroom.
Willis J. Polk
Filoli, 1916
Woodside, CA
View of the chapel's colorful front door.
? Designer
Longwood Gardens
circa 1907
Kennett Sq., PA
François Mansart,
Château de
Maisons-Lafitte
1642-51. France
Willis J. Polk, W. B.
Bourne Estate
(Filoli), 1916
Woodside, CA
Le Corbusier
Notre Dame du
Haut, 1950-55
Ronchamp, Fr.

"Rose-colored glasses are never made in bifocals. Nobody wants to read the small print in dreams."

- Ann Landers, from an unknown source found on the Internet.


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