The William Dorsheimer House: A Reflection of French Suburban Architecture in the Early Works of H.H. Richardson

Kowsky, Francis R.
March 1980
Art Bulletin;Mar1980, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p134
Academic Journal
Describes French suburban architecture by Henry Hobson Richardson reflected by the William Dorsheimer House in Buffalo, New York. Theory of how Richardson came to work for Dorsheimer; Original ground plan of the house; French sources from which the design derives.


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