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Thomas Ustick Walter
Walter, T. U.
Walter, Tho. U.
Walter, Thomas U.
Walter, Thomas Ustick
Walter, Thomas Ustick (American architect, 1804-1887)
Walters, Tho. U.
Walters, Thomas Ustick
Crawford, Thomas (1813 or 1814-1857)
Franklin, William Buel (1823-1903)
Meigs, Montgomery C. (1816-1892)
Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham (1816-1892)
Nichols, Charles H. (1820-1889)
Nichols, Charles Henry (1820-1889)
Smith, J. Jay (1798-1881)
Smith, John Jay (1798-1881)
United States. Congress. Senate
United States. Department of the Interior
Usher, John Palmer (1816-1889)
Walker, Lewis E. (1822-1880)
Walker, Lewis Emory (1822-1880)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Architectural drawing for a clock ("Indian and the Pioneer"), U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawing for doors ("library door and gallery door") for the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for a government building for State, War, and Navy Departments, West Executive Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for a house ("mansion") for the Hon. John Sherman
Architectural drawings for alterations to the U.S. Capitol including extensions and new dome, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for ironwork
Architectural drawings for Saint Elizabeths Hospital ("Government Hospital for the Insane"), Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for the Library of Congress in the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for the White House ("Executive Mansion"), Washington, D.C.
[Capitol, elevation of new dome]
[Capitol, section of new dome]
[Detail of "Progress of Civilization," east pediment of the Senate wing, U.S. Capitol]
Dome of the U.S. Capitol.
East pediment of the north wing, U.S. Capitol
Elevation of dome of U.S. Capitol
Estimate--Congressional Library letter from the Secretary of the Treasury transmitting an estimate to cover deficiency in the appropriation for repairing the Congressional Library.
Final report of the Building Committee of the Girard College for Orphans, to the Select and Common Councils of Philadelphia, John C. Davis, chairman.
[Government Hospital for the Insane (Saint Elizabeths Hospital), Washington, D.C.
Ground floor of the Treasury extension (Photographed & reduced from a drawing).
guide to workers in metal and stone ..., A
guide to workers in metals and stone ..., A
Hospital for the Insane of the Army and Navy and the District of Columbia
Lectures on architecture, 1841-53
Letter from the secretary of the interior, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 4th instant, transmitting a report of T.U. Walter, relative to warming and ventilating both houses of Congress
Letter to the Committee of the U. S. Senate on public buildings, in reference to an enlargement of the Capitol.
[Library of Congress in the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
[Maps of Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Washington D.C.]
Nineteenth-century government architecture ... 1984:
Ornament on pilasters of dome, second story
[Perspective elevation of Capitol exterior, east front]
[Perspective view of Capitol exterior with proposed east front center extension]
Plan for enlarging the grounds around the U.S. Capitol
Proposed south & west fronts of the Treasury extension Photographed (& reduced) from a drawing - (the west front faces the President's house).
Report of the architect on the United States Capitol extension and the new dome, accompanying the annual report of the secretary of the interior for the year 1863.
Report of the architect on the United States Capitol extension and the new dome, accompanying the annual report of the secretary of the interior for the year 1864.
Report of the Building Committee of the Girard College for Orphans ...
Report of the new Treasury buildings and Patent Office at Washington ...
Report on the new Treasury buildings and Patent office at Washington:
Section through dome of U.S. Capitol
[Survey maps and plans of local areas in Washington D.C. removed from textual publications of sessions of the 33rd and 34th United States Congresses].
Tho. U. Walters, Washington, DC, between 1850 and 1859 :
Thomas U. Walter : the lectures on architecture, 1841-53
Thomas Ustick Walter papers
Two hundred designs for cottage and villas, etc. ...
Two hundred designs for cottages and villas ...
[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.).
Warming and ventilating the Capitol, letter from the secretary of the interior, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 4th instant, transmitting a report of T.U. Walter, relative to warming and ventilating both houses of Congress.
[White House ("Executive Mansion"), Washington, D.C.
Withey, American Architects (1996)