Robert H Robertson

Robert Henderson Robertson

  • American

(1849-1919) Architect - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Principal Potter and Robertson
Themes with Robert H Robertson


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Camp Santanoni Newcomb
Architect East High Street District Springfield
Architect United Charities Building Complex New York City
Architect Shelburne Farms Shelburne
Architect New York Savings Bank New York City
Architect St John's Protestant Episcopal Church Yonkers
Architect Palmer Memorial Hall Palmer
1889/00/00 Built Architect St Lukes Church Montclair
1890/00/00 Built 1889-1890 Architect Lincoln Building New York City
1895/00/00 American Tract Society Building is built 20 full stories high (plus cellar, basement and 3-story tower), 1894-1895 Architect American Tract Society Building New York City
1897/00/00 Designed by R H Robertson as early as August 1895, the Coach House (located on the river hill, a short distance east the river gate), is erected by Norcross Brothers in 1897. Architect Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site Hyde Park
1897/00/00 Dr Starr hires Robert H Robertson to design a house for him at 5 W 54th in brown brick and classical detailing. Architect Residences at 5-15 West 54th Street New York City
1897/10/03 St Paul Curch dedication, parish only included 67 members Architect United Methodist Church of St Paul and St Andrew Complex New York City
1899/00/00 Park Row Building is built, 29 stories high with 2, 3-story cupolas, world's tallest building from 1899 till 1908 when it was passed by the Singer Building (razed), 1896-1899, cost $2,400,000. Architect Park Row Building New York City
1902/00/00 Society for the Lying-In Hospital, a modern, eight-storied maternity facility, opens. Architect Society for the Lying-In Hospital New York City
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