Politics and Culture in Wilhelmine Germany: The Case of Industrial Architecture

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List of Illustrations
(All photographs by the author unless otherwise stated)
1. Gladbacher Spinnerei und Weberei, textile mill, Mönchengladbach 1854-55 Arch. Unknown. Present condition19
2. Malakow tower at the Zeche Westhausen, Dortmund-Bodelschwingh 1873 Arch. Unknown. Present condition21
3. Laurenz brothers' textile mill, Ochtrup 1893 Arch. Beltmann. Present condition25
4. Zeche Adolf von Hansemann pit-head building, Dortmund-Mengede 1899 Arch. Unknown. Present condition26
5. Borsig factory gate, Berlin-Tegel 1895-98 Arch. K. Reimer & F. Körte. Present condition29
6. Yenidze cigarette factory, Dresden 1909 Arch. Unknown. Present condition32
7. Zeche Zollern 2, gable of office building, Dortmund- Bövinghausen 1901 Arch. P. Knobbe. Present condition34
8. Zeche Zollern 2, machine hall 1903 Arch. B. Möhring & R. Krohn. Present condition37
9. Zeche Bonifacius, pit-head building, Essen-Kray 1905 Arch. Unknown. Present condition40
10. Zeche Jacobi, plan of complex, Oberhausen 1912-14 Arch. C. Weigle. Drawing from Bergbau Archiv, Bochum (BBA 30/884)43
11. Electricity substations and transformer towers by Heimatschutz architects. From Deutsche Bauzeitung, 4 Dec. 190964
12. Power station, Bad Nauheim 1905-6 Arch. W. Jost, A. Marx & L. Kraft. Present condition67
13. Salt works, Bad Nauheim 1910-11 Arch. W. Jost & Dr Lipp. Present condition69
14. Gas works, Oberwesel 1908 Arch. S. Simon. Drawing by E. Beutinger, from Der Industriebau, vol. 1 (1910)71

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