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==Nebraska Buildings & Projects==
 
==Nebraska Buildings & Projects==
F. L. Ames Block (1889), 1101-1111 Howard, Omaha, Nebraska.[[#References|[2:134][3]]] (DO09:0121-016)  
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[[:File:HB37.w.jpg|'''F. L. Ames Block (1889)''']], 1101-1111 Howard, Omaha, Nebraska.[[#References|[2:134][3]]] (DO09:0121-016)  
  
 
Merchants National Bank (n.d.), Omaha, Nebraska (razed).
 
Merchants National Bank (n.d.), Omaha, Nebraska (razed).
  
 
Old Omaha Union Station (n.d.), Omaha, Nebraska.[[#References|[1][4]]]
 
Old Omaha Union Station (n.d.), Omaha, Nebraska.[[#References|[1][4]]]
 
 
  
 
== Writings & Publications ==
 
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“The Varied Industries Building: Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, ''American Architect and Building News'' Vol. 84, (April 16, 1904), 26 [plate 1477, illus.]
 
“The Varied Industries Building: Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, ''American Architect and Building News'' Vol. 84, (April 16, 1904), 26 [plate 1477, illus.]
 
  
 
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4.  Wm. A. Coles (editor), ''Architecture and Soceity: Selected Essays of Henry Van Brunt'' (1969). [illus. no.68]
 
4.  Wm. A. Coles (editor), ''Architecture and Soceity: Selected Essays of Henry Van Brunt'' (1969). [illus. no.68]
 
 
  
 
==Other Sources==
 
==Other Sources==

Revision as of 15:02, 11 February 2020

Kansas City, Missouri


Partners:

Henry Van Brunt, Kansas City, Missouri

Frank Howe


This page is a contribution to the publication, Place Makers of Nebraska: The Architects. See the format and contents page for more information on the compilation and page organization.

Compiled Nebraska Directory Listings

Educational & Professional Associations

Nebraska Buildings & Projects

F. L. Ames Block (1889), 1101-1111 Howard, Omaha, Nebraska.[2:134][3] (DO09:0121-016)

Merchants National Bank (n.d.), Omaha, Nebraska (razed).

Old Omaha Union Station (n.d.), Omaha, Nebraska.[1][4]

Writings & Publications

“Design of Apartment of Electricity, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago,” Van Brunt & Howe, Inland Architect and News Record (April 1891), 17:3 [elev].

“Electricity Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago,” Van Brunt & Howe, Inland Architect and News Record (July 1891), 17:6 [plate, plan].

“Grand Central Station, Portland, Oregon,” Van Brunt & Howe, Inland Architect and News Record Vol. 21 (March 1893), 28-29 [plate].

“View of iron construction, Electricity Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago,” Van Brunt & Howe, Inland Architect and News Record Vol. 19 (February 1892), 17:3 [plate].

“House and Entrance Hall of E.W. Smith, esq.,Kansas City, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 81 (July 4, 1903), 7 [plate 1436, illus.]

“House of A.W. Meyer, esq., Kansas City, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 81 (August 8, 1903), 47 [plate 1441, illus.]

“House of A.W. Meyer, esq., Kansas City, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 82 (October 3, 1903), 7 [plate 1449, illus.]

“House of J.J. Mastin, esq., Kansas City, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 22 (December 3, 1887), 266 [plate 623, illus.]

“Union Pacific Railroad Station, Cheyenne, Wyoming,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 21 (January 8, 1887), 20 [plate 576, illus.]

“Union Passenger Railroad Station, Ogden, Utah,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 20 (November 6, 1886), 218 [plate 267, illus.]

“The Varied Industries Building: Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri,” Van Brunt & Howe, American Architect and Building News Vol. 84, (April 16, 1904), 26 [plate 1477, illus.]

Notes

References

1. Photo by J. E. Stimpson, ca. 1901-05. Cheyenne, Wyoming, Union Pacific Railroad Museum Collection, 7-40 (in Nebraska State Historical Society file).

2. Landmarks, Inc., An Inventory of Historic Omaha Buildings (Omaha: Landmarks Heritage Preservation Commission, 1980).

3. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

4. Wm. A. Coles (editor), Architecture and Soceity: Selected Essays of Henry Van Brunt (1969). [illus. no.68]

Other Sources

“The Development of Architecture in Kansas City,” The Architectural Record XV:2 (February 1904), 134-157.


Page Citation

D. Murphy, “Van Brunt & Howe, Architects,” in David Murphy, Edward F. Zimmer, and Lynn Meyer, comps. Place Makers of Nebraska: The Architects. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, April 2, 2015. http://www.e-nebraskahistory.org/index.php?title=Place_Makers_of_Nebraska:_The_Architects Accessed, September 21, 2020.


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