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Architect Centennial National Bank Philadelphia
Architect First Unitarian Church Philadelphia
Architect Princeton Club Philadelphia
Architect Furness Library Philadelphia
Architect Knowlton Philadelphia
Architect Merion Cricket Club Haverford
Architect Fairview Delaware City, DE
Architect Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Passenger Station Wilmington
Architect Mount Arlington Historic District Mount Arlington
Architect Bryn Mawr Hotel Bryn Mawr
Architect St Stephen's Episcopal Church Philadelphia
Architect Pennsylvania Institute for the Deaf and Dumb - Furness Addition Philadelphia
Architect Ormonde Cazenovia
1863/00/00 Union Commander Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District Gettysburg
1874/00/00 Fairholme, a Tudor style mansion in Newport, Rhode Island designed by Frank Furness, is built on Ochre Point by Furness and Hewitt for Fairman Rogers, 1874-1875. Architect Fairholme, Newport RI Newport, RI
1876/04/22 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts new building opens. Designed by the Philadelphia firm of Frank Furness and George Hewitt, is generally considered to be primarily the work of Furness, who finished the project after the partnership dissolved in 1875. Architect Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Philadelphia
1879/00/00 Gravers Lane Station is built as one of Frank Furness finest, extravagantly displaying his love of abstracted and stylized High Victorian forms. Architect Graver's Lane Station Philadelphia
1901/09/12 Henry S Frank Memorial Synagogue is dedicated during a celebration on the grounds of the Jewish Hospital of Philadelphia. Supervising Architect Frank, Henry S, Memorial Synagogue Philadelphia
1912/06/27 Frank Furness passes away in Upper Providence Township, Pennsylvania. He is burried at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Philadelphia. Died Laurel Hill Cemetery Philadelphia
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