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List of Illustrations


O'Gorman, James F., Transactions of the American Philosophical Society


Front cover: Town House (now part of City Hall), Manchester, New Hampshire, 1844-45. Vintage postcard courtesy of Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr.

Frontispiece: Edward Shaw, Grecian Doric from the Temple of Minerva at Athens. Plate 36 of the second edition of Civil Architecture (1832) as modified by Silloway and Harding for plate 44 of the sixth edition (1852).

1. William W. Wilson, Engraver & Printer, F rontispiece to Edward Shaw, The Modern Architect, Dayton & Wentworth, 1854. Authors Collection.

2. Edward Shaw, Plan of the Parlour Floor, Adam W. Thaxter, Jr. House, Mt. Vernon Street, Beacon Hill, Boston, 1836-37. Courtesy of Special Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University.

3. Edward Shaw, main stair, Thaxter House, Boston. Photo ca. 1900. Courtesy of Historic New England.

4. Edward Shaw, Front Elevation, Thaxter House, Boston. Courtesy of Special Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University.

5. Edward Shaw, Elevation of Frontispiece, Thaxter House, Boston. Courtesy of Special Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University.

6. Frontispiece, Thaxter House, Boston. Courtesy Fiarle G. Shettleworth, Jr.

7. Edward Shaw, Style of Basement Room Finish, Thaxter House, Boston. Courtesy of Special Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University.

8. Attributed to Edward Shaw, Fútate plan for the William W. Warren House, Arlington, Massachusetts, 1840. Courtesy Historic New England.

9. Edward Shaw, Front Elevation, Warren House, Arlington. Courtesy Historic New England.

10. Edward Shaw, published perspective of the David Sears 11 house, Brookline, Massachusetts, 1842-43. Detail of Plate 48 of Shaw's Rural Architecture (1843). Author's collection.

11. Edward Shaw, South Easterly Elevation, unidentified Gothic Revival house, 1846. Courtesy Historic New England.

12. Edward Shaw, First Unitarian Meeting House, Calais, Maine, 1833-34. From Calais and St. Stephen map, Philadelphia: Fl M. Woodford, 1856. Courtesy of Old Sturbridge Village Research Library.

13. John Ellis Seavey, First Congregational Church, East Machias, Maine, 1836. 1975 photograph. Courtesy Historic New England.

14. Edward Shaw, Elevation of Girard College Main Building (competition entry), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1832. Courtesy of Girard College History Collections, Philadelphia PA.

15. Edward Shaw, Elevation Fronting on India Street & the Dock, U. S. Custom House (competition entry), Boston, Massachusetts, 1837. …

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