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Benjamin Henry Latrobe
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Latrobe, Benjamin Henry (British architect and engineer, 1764-1820, active in the United States)
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District of Columbia. Office of the Surveyor
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Formwalt, Lee W.
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Maryland Historical Society
Stapleton, Darwin H.
Van Horne, John C.
Volney, C.-F. (1757-1820)
Volney, Constantin-François (1757-1820)
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American copper-mines
answer to the Joint Committee of the Select and Common Councils of Philadelphia, on the subject of a plan for supplying the city with water, &c., An
Architectural drawing for a country house
Architectural drawing for a fireproof repository for the Treasury Department, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawing for a frame ("looking glass frame for President's house") for Dolley Madison, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawing for a house for John Markoe, near 9th Street and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architectural drawing for a monument for Vice President George Clinton, Congressional Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawing for alterations to a two-story house
Architectural drawing for alterations to the White House ("President's House"), Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawing for ironwork for Decatur House, 748 Jackson Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for a bank building ("2nd Bank of the United States"), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Architectural drawings for a house ("Decatur House") for Commodore Stephen Decatur, 748 Jackson Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for a house ("Pope House") for John Pope, Lexington, Kentucky
Architectural drawings for a house, Richmond, Virginia
Architectural drawings for a military academy
Architectural drawings for a monument ("Washington Monument"), Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for a powder magazine for the Navy Department, Gosport Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia
Architectural drawings for a theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia
Architectural drawings for an armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Architectural drawings for an asylum and hospital ("Marine Asylum & Hospital"), on a site bordered by Canal Street, New Jersey Avenue, South Carolina Avenue, and Virginia Avenue, S.E., Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for houses and a church ("Buildings Erected or Proposed to be Built in Virginia")
Architectural drawings for the United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.
Architectural drawings for The White House ("President's House") Washington, D.C.
architectural drawings of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, The
[Armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
[Asylum and hospital ("Marine Asylum & Hospital"), Washington, D.C.
[Bank building ("2nd Bank of the United States"), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Benjamin Henry Latrobe architectural drawing archive
Benjamin Henry Latrobe diary
Benjamin Henry Latrobe engineering drawing archive
Benjamin Henry Latrobe papers
Benjamin Henry Latrobe's survey of the Susquehanna River--1801 : Susquehanna River survey map
Buildings erected or proposed to be built in Virginia.
[Canal ("Washington Canal"), Washington, D.C.
Capitol of the U.S. at Washington - from the original design of the architect, B.H. Latrobe, Esqre.
Characteristic anecdotes and miscellaneous authentic papers, tending to illustrate the character of Frederic II, late king of Prussia.
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company records
correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, The
[Design of a city hall proposed to be built in New York.
Details of the stone steps to the north entrance to the president's house
domestic architecture of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, The
Elevation of the south front of the President's house.
Engineering drawing for waterworks ("Philadelphia Waterworks")
Engineering drawings for a canal ("Washington Canal"), Washington, D.C.
Engineering drawings for a navy yard ("Dry Dock and Naval Arsenal"), on the Anacostia River, Washington, D.C.
Engineering drawings for a steam engine, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
engineering drawings of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, The
[House ("Decatur House") for Commodore Stephen Decatur, 748 Jackson Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.
[House ("Pope House") for John Pope, Lexington, Kentucky.
[House, Richmond, Virginia.
[Houses and a church ("Buildings Erected or Proposed to be Built in Virginia").
Impressions respecting New Orleans; diary & sketches, 1818-1820.
Journal of Latrobe, 1905:
journal of Latrobe; being the notes and sketches of an architect, naturalist and traveler in the United States from 1796 to 1820., The
journals of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1799-1820, The : from Philadelphia to New Orleans
Latrobe architectural drawing archive (Library of Congress)
Latrobe collection
Latrobe's view of America, 1795-1820 : selections from the watercolors and sketches
Macmillan Encyclopedia of Architects (1982)
Map exhibiting the property of the U.S. in the vicinity of the Capitol : colored red, with the manner in which it is proposed to lay off the same in building lots, as described in the report to the Sup't of the city to which this is annexed
Memorial of Benjamin H. Latrobe, late Surveyor of the Public Buildings in the city of Washington, in vindication of his professional skill.
[Military academy.
[Monument ("Washington Monument"), Washington, D.C.
Naval architecture drawing for a vessel ("Stern of the Sloop of War Hornet")
[Navy yard ("Dry Dock and Naval Arsenal"), on the Anacostia River, Washington, D.C.
Negative microfilm of three volumes of Latrobe's original architectural drawings
Notices of Parkersburg, Virginia, as it is in July, 1860.
Opinion on a project for removing the obstructions to a ship navigation to Georgetown, Col.
papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, The
Plan of part of the city of Richmond, shewing the situation of the proposed building.
Plan of the floor & pews of St. John's Church Washington
Plan of the galleries of St. John's Church Washington
Plan of the principal floor of the Capitol, U.S.
Plan of the principal story of the Capitol, U.S.
Plan of the Washington Canal, 1804:
Plan of the Washington Canal : no. I
Plan of the west end of the public appropriation in the city of Washington, called the Mall : as proposed to be arranged for the site of the university
Plan of wharfing : [Anacostia River waterfront, Washington D.C.]
[Plans and sections of the proposed continuation of the Washington Canal from Rock Creek to Little Falls of the Potomac, Washington D.C.]
[Powder magazine for the Navy Department, Gosport Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia.
private letter to the individual members of Congress on the subject of the public buildings of the United States at Washington, A
Recherches nouvelles sur l'histoire ancienne.
Section of the northern course of the canal from the tide in the Elk River at Frenchtown to the forked [oak] in Mr. Rudulph's swamp : [Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, Maryland portion]
[Sketch plan for landscaping the grounds of the President's House, ca. 1802-05].
St. John's Church, in the city of Washington, with the President's house as it appeared in 1816, when the church was built
[Steam engine, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.
Susquehanna River survey map
[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia.
[U.S. Capitol and Pennsylvania Avenue before 1814]
[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.
United States. Surveyor of the Public Buildings. Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a report of the Surveyor of the Public Buildings, 1809:
View of the east front of the President's House.
View of the practicability and means of supplying the city of Philadelphia with wholesome water : in a letter to John Miller, Esquire, from B. Henry Latrobe, engineer, December 29th, 1798.
Virginia journals of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1795-1798, The
White House ("President's House") Washington, D.C., [The
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