Index to Architectural Art and Its Allies
Subjects Beginning with Letters A - E


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Subject Details Other Names Illustrations Volume Number Date Page(s)

American Institute of Architects

Guy Stone--first president of local chapter



5 6

1909/12

6

American Institute of Architects

Establishment of local chapter considered



4 8

1909/02

5

American Institute of Architects

Louisiana Chapter officers and members



6 2

1910/08

6

American Institute of Architects

Louisiana Chapter activities reviewed; officers and members listed

S. S. Labouisse. Allison Owen. Leo C. Weiss.


7 10

1912/04

6

American Institute of Architects

Architectural Art and Its Allies named official organ of the Louisiana Chapter



5 10

1910/04

6

American Institute of Architects

Louisiana Chapter entertained by Walter Jahncke on yachting excursion


Photographs (6)

6 2

1910/08

9-11

American Sugar Refinery

Work begins on new refinery plant



1 3

1905/09

15

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Tulane University, Refectory


Illustration

3 3

1907/09

8(following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Ursuline Convent


Illustration

7 12

1912/06

8(following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Contract awarded for Ursuline Convent in English-Gothic style

George Glover.


7 1

1911/07

6

Andry and Bendernagel

Ursuline Convent under construction


Photographs

7 12

1912/06

17

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--McDonogh School #31


Illustration

3 10

1908/04

8 (following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Young Men's Gymnastic Club


Illustration

1 5

1905/11

9

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--McDonogh School #16


Illustration

5 3

1909/09

6 (following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Submit design for Canal Louisiana Bank and Trust Co. competition


Illustration

1 8

1906/02

Front page

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Tulane University, Stanley Thomas Hall


Illustration

8 2

1912/08

8

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Tulane University, Stanley Thomas Hall


Illustration

7 8

1912/02

8

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Six New Orleans homes

Paul Andry. G. Ad. Blaffer. George Grima. John Legier, Jr. Gus J. Ricau.

Photographs

6 11

1911/05

8

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Six New Orleans homes

A. Bendernagel.

Photographs

5 1

1909/07

8

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--E. T. Merrick School


Illustration

3 10

1908/04

8 (following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--McDonogh School #18


Illustration

3 10

1908/04

8 (following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--McDonogh School #18


Illustration

1 12

1906/06

Front pages

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Howard School #2


Illustration

3 3

1907/09

8 (following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--City Park Pavilion


Photographs

2 12

1907/06

Front page

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--New Orleans Stock Exchange Building


Illustration

1 1

1905/07

5

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--Jefferson College, Science Hall (Convent, La.)


Illustration

6 11

1911/05

8 (following)

Andry and Bendernagel

Design--McDonogh School #16


Illustration

4 7

1909/07

8 (following)

Archbishopric

Chartres St. building is the oldest in Louisiana, dating from 1737



2 6

1906/12

10

Architectural Art and Its Allies

Award-winning designs chosen for cover



1 12

1906/06

6

Architectural Art and Its Allies

Cover competition announced; terms of contest listed



1 11

1906/05

12

Architectural Art and Its Allies

Cover competition announced; terms of contest listed



1 9

1906/04

9

Art Association of New Orleans

Fourth annual exhibition; works by local artists included



2 8

1907/02

7

Art Exhibitions

Works by Claude Monet and Mary Cassatt displayed in the best art exhibition ever held in New Orleans

John P. Pemberton.


1 8

1906/02

10, 11

Audubon Park

George Washington Oak and Martha Washington Oak


Photographs (2)

4 5

1908/11

6(following)

Audubon Park Commission

Declines to set aside site for Museum of Fine Arts



4 12

1909/06

5

Baccich and DeMontluzin

Design--Gentilly Terrace development, featuring the California style home


Photographs (87)

7 11

1912/05


Baronne Street Theatre

Designs and plans



1 8

1906/02

Front pages, 3, 5

Basements/Cellars

Possible in New Orleans; excavations indicate changes in city's surface level



1 7

1906/01

7

Beer, William

"Notes on old New Orleans, 1810-1827"



6 3

1910/09

5

Behrman, Martin

Criticized by real estate interests on stand concerning "Frisco ordinance" for new railway terminal

Capt. W. J. Hardee.


1 10

1906/04

10

Behrman, Martin

Protests Architectural Art and Its Allies editorial on the City Hall Annex; exchange of letters

Allison Owen.


3 2

1907/08

6

Blaffer, John Arthur

Biographical sketch



1 7

1906/01

13

Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans

Plans concrete wharf experiment



2 6

1906/12

5

Boyle, Charles Wellington

Exhibition of paintings



2 9

1907/03

7

Brand, Paul L.

Visits Cuba and is favorable impressed



2 8

1907/02

9

Bricks

Scarce and dearer in New Orleans

R. P. LeSassier.


2 1

1906/07

2

Bricks

Manufacturers join forces to promote increased use of bricks in local construction

Salmen Brick & Lumber Co.


2 8

1907/02

8

Brown, Frederick W.

Architect of new courthouse makes New Orleans his home



3 3

1907/09

6

Brune and Kasbaum

Design--Delgado Museum of Art


Illustration

5 10

1910/06

10 (following)

Building Laws

Architects' committee completes draft of new Building Code; effect on insurance rates considered



4 11

1909/05

5

Building Laws

Louisiana lacks laws compelling builders to construct outward opening doors in public buildings; need for legislation is emphasized (editorial)

Fire escapes.


1 12

1906/06

8

Building Laws

Revision of state building laws is postponed as legislative session ends; new Building Code for New Orleans forseen (editorial)



2 1

1906/07

8

Building Laws

Passage of legislative building law, the so called "Blaffer Law" commemorated



1 4

1905/10

9

Building Laws

Building contract forms of Louisiana are much in need of revision



2 7

1907/01

6

Building Laws

City ordinance makes noises of workmen and builders unlawful when they disturb Sunday religious services (article and editorial)



2 11

1907/05

6, 13

Building Laws

New Orleans building laws need to be improved; editorial presses for new and adequate Building Code



3 3

1907/09

6

Building Laws

Draft of new Building Code under consideration

Fire Prevention Bureau.


4 7

1909/01

5

Building Laws

Architects' committee and City Engineer exchange tart letters concerning new Building Code



4 9

1909/03

5

Building Laws

New Building Code introduced at City Council meeting; published (editorial)



5 11

1910/05

6

Building Laws

Committee of architects seeks proper enforcement of city's Building Code

L. A. Livaudais.


6 6

1910/12

8

Building Laws

Proposed new laws relative to contracts, payment of workers, supplies, etc. to be submitted to the state general assembly

George Glover.


1 10

1906/04

9

Building Laws

Revision of laws affecting architecture, building procedures, etc. proposed (editorial)



1 11

1906/05

8

Building Laws

Law requiring the posting of bonds by builders to cover the full value of contracts is unduly rigorous, should be revised (editorial)



1 9

1906/03

12

Building Laws

Building Code and its administration criticized as obsolete and impractical (editorial)



1 3

1906/09

8

Building Laws

Contractors and builders discusss proposed changes

George J. Glover.


1 11

1906/05

4-5, 8

Building Trade News

J. E. Borden, editor; issued weekly by the Contractors and Dealers Exchange



6 5

1910/12

23

Bungalow Style

Bungalow type housing offers suggestive possibilities for New Orleans

M. D. Hite.


7 3

1911/08

5

Cabildo

Restoration criticized as a "misdirection of honest and well intended effort" (editorial)



1 7

1906/01

8

Cabildo

To be restored; will house art and historical collections

Robert Glenk.


6 7

1911/01

19

Camel Back Cottages

Characteristic of New Orleans, they ruin whole streets in the city (editorial)



1 9

1906/03

12

Canal Louisiana Bank Building

Description; historical review

Macheca Building. People's Bank Building. Perrin Building. Tulane-Newcomb Office Building. Whitney-Central Bank Building.

Photographs

6 3

1910/09

9-10, 23

Canal Street

As it looked in 1889


Photographs

4 11

1909/05

6

Canal Street

Improvement Association prepares plans to convert old circus lot into park

Frank T. Howard.


7 4

1911/10

18

Carnival

Bracings placed under balconies during Carnival season to support spectators obstruct sidewalks and are unsightly



1 9

1906/03

12

Carnival

Carnival organizations expenditures listed, total=$113,500, twelve organizations named

Amphictions. Atlanteans. Comus. Elves of Oberon. Falstafians. Momus. Mithras. Nereus. Olympians. Proteus. Rex. Twelfth Night Revellers.


2 7

1907/01

7

Carnival

Costumes and stage settings for balls produced locally leave much room for improvement (editorial)



1 8

1906/02

8

Central Commission of Parks and Avenues

Plans extensive improvements and expansion


Photographs; maps

2 3

1906/09

1-4

Central Commission of Parks and Avenues

Outlines needs and program for extensive improvements of streets, sidewalks, lighting



1 3

1905/09

11

Chalmette Monument

Federal government to be asked to complete the long unfinished project



1 7

1906/01

9

Charlton, H. W.

Design--E. Howard McCaleb residence


Photograph

1 7

1906/01

Front page

Christy, E. A.

Design--Beauregard School


Illustrations (?)

4 5

1908/11

6

Christy, E. A.

Design--Sophie B. Wright High School


Photographs

7 6

1911/12

9-11

Christy, E. A.

Design--Webster School


Illustrations

5 9

1910/03

10

Christy, E. A.

Design--Live Oak School


Illustrations (4)

8 2

1912/08

10 (following)

Christy, E. A.

Design--Warren Easton High School


Illustrations

6 5

1910/11

10

Christy, E. A.

Design--double fire-engine house


Illustrations (?)

5 9

1910/03

10

Christy, E. A.

Design--Beauregard School


Illustrations (?)

5 3

1909/09

5

Christy, E. A.

Design--Sophie B. Wright High School


Photographs

7 7

1912/03

9-17

Christy, E. A.

Design--Robert C. Davey School


Illustrations (?)

6 12

1911/06

12

Citizens Bank (Old)

Designed by J. N. B. DePouilly



1 9

1906/03

3

City Architect

Proposals considered to create official City Architect



3 12

1908/06

8

City Commons

History



6 2

1910/08

12

City Hall Annex

Construction delays lead to bickering among city officials

Capt. W. J. Hardee.


3 1

1907/07

6

City Hall Annex

Architect, Mayor and City Engineer squabble over construction and payment of architect's fees

Capt. W. J. Hardee. Allison Owen.


3 2

1907/08

6

City Hall Annex

Police and Public Buildings Committee reports favorably on suggested appropriation of $200,000



2 4

1906/10

5

City Park

Commissioners undertake tree planting program



1 5

1910/11

6

City Park Skating Rink

Designs and plans



2 2

1906/08

Front page

Concrete Industry

Well adapted to New Orleans; good profits predicted on basis of the rising cost of lumber

Southern Lumbermen's Association


2 1

1906/08

5

Confederate Memorial (Richmond, Virginia)

New Orleans architectural firms submit competition drawings

F. W. Crosby and Brown Associates. Diboll, Owen and Goldstein.

Illustrations

6 6

1911/01

11

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Special committee plans new handbook of wood classification; other committees and officers listed



4 7

1909/01

17

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Loblollies defeat the Longleaves, both representing the Exchange, in Carrollton Park baseball game



4 12

1909/06

18

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Celebrates fourth anniversary with boat outing on the Tchefuncte

James H. Aitken. Herman Thomas.

Photographs

5 11

1910/05

9

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Election; progress of the Exchange reviewed

Aitken, James H. Louis D. Lagarde. Julius Loefflee.


3 6

1907/12

15

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

E. H. Borden elected secretary



5 6

1909/12

6

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Proposed by-laws published in full



4 9

1909/03

17-19

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Petitions the legislature in support of bond issues for the Public Belt Railroad and Port Commissions



3 12

1908/06

21

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Mechanics, Dealers and Lumbermen's Exchange form new Exchange; name changed to Contractors and Dealers Exchange



2 1

1906/07

6-7

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

History and functions reviewed; full page illustration of new building


Illustration

3 3

1907/09

8-9

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Walter F. Jahncke elected president; biographical data


Photograph

7 5

1911/11

20

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Cal F. Hadden appointed secretary; biographical data



5 2

1909/08

21

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

New Bulletin publication is a great success



3 8

1908/02

21

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Uniform contract form for architects, contractors, etc., prepared and proposed



4 8

1909/02

17

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Annual outing--boat trip with Negro jazz band

John Jorrondona. Jack Scheffield. J. J. Reiff.

Photographs

5 1

1909/07

19-22

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Celebrates Exchange Outing Day with a steamboat trip across Lake Pontchartrain

G.H.A. Thomas (Steamboat)


4 2

1908/08

3-5

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Prepares for opening of new Permanent Exhibition; list of displays and exhibiting firms



3 4

1907/10

29

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Prepares for opening of new Permanent Exhibition; list of displays and exhibiting firms



3 5

1907/11

17

Contractors and Dealers Exchange

Roy C. Hoyston resigns as secretary to fulfill longtime ambition of studying law



5 1

1909/07

22

Crescent City Automobile Company

First specially constructed automobile garage in New Orleans

Charles A. Sicard.


1 2

1905/08

10

Crosby and Henkel

Designs and floor plans

W. B. Reily residence; Alexandria Public Library

Plates (4)

3 11

1908/05

8 (following)

Curtis, Nathaniel C.

Will direct Tulane University's School of Architecture; biographical sketch


Photograph

8 2

1912/08

10, 10

Curtis, Nathaniel C.

Appointed editor of Architectural Art and Its Allies



8 2

1912/08

10

Custom House

Foundation report, prepared by Colonel W. Trumbull (Engineer in Charge), reprinted from original October, 1849 text



5 11

1910/05

5

Daniel Residence

Gift to the city; proposed to house art museum



2 6

1906/12

6

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Loyola University buildings

Thomas Hall.

Photographs

5 6

1909/12

8 (following)

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Trianon Theatre


Photograph

7 7

1912/01

8 (following)

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Orleans Manufacturing Company building


Illustration

7 6

1911/12

8

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Loyola University buildings

Thomas Hall.

Photographs

7 4

1911/10

8 (following)

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Henderson Sugar Refinery



8 6

1912/12

8

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Vicksburg diocesan school


Photographs

3 8

1908/02

21

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--City Bank and Trust Company and Episcopal chapel (Laurel, Mississippi)



6 2

1910/08

12

DeBuys, Churchill and Labouisse

Design--Loyola University buildings

Thomas Hall.

Photographs

7 6

1911/12

8 (following)

DeBuys, Rathbone

Drawings for two New Orleans libraries

Algiers branch library

Drawings

2 6

1906/12

Front page

DeBuys, Rathbone

Drawings for two New Orleans libraries

Algiers branch library

Drawings

1 6

1905/12

Front page

DeBuys, Rathbone

Design--Three New Orleans homes

Rathbone DeBuys. Mrs. John A. Morris. Allen Tupper.

Illustrations

3 6

1907/12

8 (following)

DeBuys, Rathbone

Design--First National Bank (Franklin, La.)


Photograph

2 6

1906/12

Front page

Delgado Museum of Art

Displays paintings by American artists in annual exhibition



8 4

1912/10

8

Delgado Museum of Art

Descriptive text of second place plans and drawings



6 1

1910/07

10, 19-23

Delgado Museum of Art

Plans and drawings chosen as best in architectural competition


Plates (6)

5 12

1910/06

11-24

Delgado Museum of Art

Planned; instructions and specifications given for architects' competition



5 7

1910/01

5

Delgado Museum of Art

Opens; editorial solicits constributions of architectural art works

Lebenbaum and Marks.

Photographs (2)

7 5

1911/11

8-9

Delgado Museum of Art

Nearing completion; exhibition of art works planned for opening

Frank Howard. Ellsworth Woodward.


7 3

1911/09

6

Delgado Museum of Art

Painting by D'Espaegnant, French artist of note, donated anonymously

P. A. Lelong.


7 6

1911/12

7

Delgado Museum of Art

Cornerstone laid, ceremony reported, plans made for formal opening



6 9

1911/02

7, 9

Delgado Museum of Art

Local artists represented

Anders Wikerstrom. Ellsworth Woodward.


7 8

1912/02

20

Delgado Museum of Art.

Plans and drawings chosen as best in architectural competition

Brune and Kasbaum. Lebenbaum and Marks.

Plates (6)

5 12

1910/06

11-24

Denechaud Hotel

Plans completed; building to be erected soon

Toledano and Wogan.

Illustration

1 4

1905/10

5

Denechaud Hotel

Purchase of properties for site of new building



1 6

1905/11

5

Denechaud Hotel

Main dining room, lobby, corridor, etc.; architect's drawing

Toledano and Wogan.

Photographs

3 7

1908/01

1-4, 8 (following)

Denechaud Hotel

Vote passed to increase capital for new building to $500,000



1 10

1906/04

11

Denny, Willis F.

Design--Majestic Hotel (Atlanta, Ga.)



2 11

1907/05

Front page

Department of Buildings, New Orleans

Proposed, bills drafted for its creation



3 12

1908/06

3-8

Diboll and Owen

Design--Loyola University building


Illustration

2 5

1906/11

10

Diboll and Owen

Design--St. Joseph Church (Mobile)


Illustration

3 3

1907/09

8

Diboll and Owen

Awarded contract for new public library building



1 6

1905/12

6

Diboll and Owen

Design--New Orleans Public Library


Photographs

4 4

1908/10

7-10(following)

Diboll and Owen

Design--New Orleans Public Library


Photographs

1 6

1906/12

Front pages

Diboll and Owen

Design--St. Charles College (Grand Coteau, La.)


Illustrations

4 7

1908/01

9

Diboll and Owen

Design--Canal Louisiana Bank and Trust Company building


Illustration

1 8

1906/02

Front pages

Diboll and Owen

Design--First Methodist Church


Photograph

2 9

1906/03

Front page

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--Metropolitan Bank Building

Pan American Bank.

Illustrations (7)

5 6

1909/08

8-20

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--St. Henry's School


Photographs

7 4

1911/10

8(following)

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--New Orleans residences

Joseph E. Friend. M. Goldstein. Dr. Albert B. Mayer. James B. Sinnott.

Photographs (4)

7 1

1911/07

9(following)

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Metropolitan Bank Building, sketches and floorplans of proposed building



5 2

1909/08

7-19

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Metropolitan Bank Building plans completed

Pan American Bank.

Photographs (6)

6 10

1911/08

9-18

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--Merganthaler Building


Photograph

7 4

1911/10

8(following)

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--Emlah Apartments


Photographs

8 6

1912/12

8(following)

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--Emlah Apartments


Photographs

8 1

1912/07

8(following)

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--St. Landry Church (Opelousas)


Plates (3)

4 3

1908/09

11-16

Diboll, Owen and Goldstein

Design--Pythian Temple


Illustrations

3 9

1908/03

9-14

Drainage

Underground drainage to replace open gutter system



1 2

1905/08

14

Electrical Contractors' Association of New Orleans

New organization; officers listed

C. J. Barnes W. T. Spranley.


1 1

1905/07

12

Ellis, Crawford H.

Says that New Orleans is the logical place for a Panama Canal Exposition



6 2

1910/08

23

Equitable Real Estate Company

Initiates discussion with several architectural firms regarding responsibilities for building errors

Emilien Perrin.


2 1

1906/07

8-10

Esterbrook, Richard

Biographical notes



2 4

1906/10

7