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0000 0000 6683 1721
Name: 
Bulfinch, C.
Bulfinch, Charles
Bulfinch, Charles (American architect, 1763-1844)
Charles Bulfinch
Dates: 
1763-1844
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author
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Bulfinch, Ellen Susan
Childs, Cephas Grier (1793-1871)
Kent, Joseph (1779-1837)
Monroe, James (1758-1831)
Trenchard, James (1747-)
United States. Architect of the Capitol
United States. Commissioner of Public Buildings
United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Cartographic and Architectural Branch
Vallance, J. (1770-1823)
Vallance, John (1770-1823)
Titles: 
Architectural drawing for a building
Bulfinch collection
Bulfinch on penitentiaries report of Charles Bulfinch on the subject of penitentiaries
"Bulfinch Sketch Book"
Charles Bulfinch correspondence
[Church interior.
[Church ("New South Church"), Summer Street and Bedford Street, Boston, Massachusetts.
[Church ("Unitarian Church"), D Street and 6th Street, Washington, D.C.
[Circles and octagons]
[Closet with tower, roof]
[Design drawing for a stove.
Drawing showing landscape and perspective studies of furnished rooms
[Four churches.
From Dr. Gregory's encyclopedia [text]
Front of Boston Library, Franklin place
General rules from Kirby's perspective of architecture [text]
[Geometrical diagrams relating to perspective methods by various authors; one-point perspective sketch of interior]
[Horizontal and vertical planes/ room interior]
[House with two advance wings and curved hyphens.
Inigo Jones' Division. Rious' Division
[Inscription page from Bulfinch album]
[Ionic columns defining ballustraded galleries.
[Iron gates.
Life and letters of charles bulfinch, architect with other family papers
[Meeting house (Hollis Street, Boston, Mass.).
[Parapet.
[Perspective representations of three objects drawn using Italian, English, and French methods]
[Perspective representations with a spectator viewing an object parallel to the focal plane and a spectator viewing an object on the ground]
[Plan of a U-shaped house]
Plan of grounds adjacent to the Capitol, 1822?:
Practical and comparative perspective, English and French [text]
Principles of perspective
[Remodeling a house into a hospital ("Joseph Barrell House remodeled as McLean Hospital"), Somerville, Massachusetts.
Report of the Committee Upon the Mill Pond
[Specifications for a chapel in Boston]
[Squares]
[St. Stephen's Church, Walbrook, London, Eng.
[State capitol building ("Maine State House"), Augusta, Maine.
Stove sketchbook
[Structure, Ware and Kirby methods]
[Structure with pedimented wings. Perspective sketch]
subscriber most respectfully requests permission to present to the president of the United States a concise statement of the construction and of the physical and mosral [sic] effects of penitentiary prison on the Auburn principle, The
[Surrey chapel (St. Georges Fields, England) and Independent Church (Baltimore, Md.).
[Table and wheels]
[Textual description of Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Theatre Royal, New Street, Birmingham, England.
To determine the perspective of squares in various situations [cubes]
[Tree-lines lanes]
Triumphal arch, at Milan, Italy
[Two story, five bay building.
[Unidentified church.
[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.
View from the Green Woods towards Canaan and Salisbury, in Connecticut
West front of the Capitol
[William Bingham House, Philadelphia, Pa.
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