By Glenn Brown
Creation and annotations by means of William B. Bushong. Annotated variation in Commemoration of the Bicentennial of the USA Capitol. ready by means of the Architect of the Capitol for the us Capitol protection fee. Glenn Brown initially wrote this e-book in 1901-1903 while it used to be released in volumes. This new annotated variation comprises many illustrations of architectural drawings and paintings works.
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H. Bayard Smith for material relating to Thornton; to Mr. W. Stone Abert for data on Latrobe and Lenthal; to Misses Olivia and Ida Walter for the privilege of photographing numerous drawings made by Thomas U. Walter, as well as to Mr. W. B. Bryan and Mr. James F. Hood for the use of their collections of material relating to the District of Columbia and the reproduction of old prints in their possession. I am indebted to the papers of Miss Ellen Bulfinch for data relating to Bulfinch. The Maryland Historical Society was also kind enough to allow me to reproduce the old competitive drawings now in their possession.
Brown inspecting damage to the Capitol’s west wall after the 1898 gas explosion. 17 Brown accepted the offer under the condition that he be allowed to design the book and supervise its production by the Government Printing Office. Brown personally selected the paper and type and designed the cover using the frieze of a mantel in the robing room adjoining the Old Supreme Court as a decorative motif. , vol. : Government Printing Office, 1900), 439. The book was not referred to the Committee on Printing because McMillan assured his colleagues it would not exceed the $500 cost limit on publications taken from the Senate contingency fund.
The articles provided the first history of the design competition for the Capitol and chronicled the Old Capitol’s design and construction to 1829. These articles would be reprinted with minor revisions in volume one of the History. Brown established Thornton, Benjamin Henry Latrobe, and Charles Bulfinch as the architects of the Old Capitol. He depicted French architect Stephen Hallet and other early Thornton critics as jealous and petty rivals who attempted to destroy the integrity of the winning design.