Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Japanese Embassy Washington, DC
Architect Jesup Memorial Library Bar Harbor, ME
Architect Boxwood Lodge Mocksville
Architect Thorne and Eddy Estates Morristown
Architect Kykuit Mount Pleasant, NY
Architect Highfields Amwell
Architect Highfields Hopewell Township
Architect West Point Rice Mill Charleston, SC
Architect Merestead Mount Kisco
Architect George F Baker Jr and Sr Houses New York City
Architect US Post Office-Glen Cove Glen Cove
Architect Box Hall Plantation Thomasville
Architect Camp Santanoni Newcomb
Architect Wall and Hanover Building New York City
Architect Hathaway Hunter, NY
Architect Elizabeth R Hooker House New Haven, CT
Architect Oheka Huntington
1915/00/00 The Straight Mansion, designed in the Neo-Georgian style by Delano and Aldrich, is completed with white marble trim and floor-to-ceiling windows on the second floor surmounted by a white gallery surmounts. Architect Willard D Straight House New York City
1916/00/00 Holmwood Estate is built for Margaret Emerson Vanderbilt. Architect Holmwood Estate, Lenox Lenox, MA
1917/00/00 Christ Church chapter house built in the rear of the property, designed by Delano and Aldrich and completed in 1917, relates well to the Church in material, scale and style. Architect Christ Church Hartford
1917/00/00 A new Algonac mansion designed by Delano and Aldrich is built by Warren Delano III for Annie Delano Hitch, widow of Fred Hitch. The current house features quarter sewn oak floors throughout, 9 fireplaces and walnut panelings in the library-game room. Architect The Algonac Balmville
1925/00/00 The Brook, an exclusive private men's club, opens. Architect The Brook, NYC New York City
1928/00/00 'Next Day Hill', a whitewashed fieldstone edifice, is built in the French Manor tradition in Englewood, New Jersey, for Dwight and Elizabeth Cutter Morrow. Architect The Elisabeth Morrow School Englewood, NJ
1930/00/00 Design in the late 1920s by Delano and Aldrich, a casually luxuriant seaside farmhouse getaway is built for Ambassador Morrow and his family. Architect Deacon Brown's Point North Haven, ME
1931/00/00 Pan American Seaplane Base and Terminal Building are built, 1931-1938. Architect Pan American Seaplane Base and Terminal Building Miami, Fl
1933/00/00 Miller Chapel is enlarged and moved to become the cornerstone of two squares, bounded by Alexander and Hodge Halls to the north and Stuart and Brown Halls in the south. Architect Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary Princeton
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