Thomas Ustick Walter
American architect of German descent, the dean of American architecture between the 1820 death of Benjamin Latrobe and the emergence of H.H. Richardson in the 1870s.- Thomas Ustick Walter
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Noted architect and civil engineer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee.
A student of Benjamin Latrobe and mentor to Thomas Ustick Walter, Strickland helped establish the Greek Revival movement in the United States.
Episcopal church in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia.
The church was rebuilt in 1777 by Robert Smith, and the interior was altered in 1883 by Thomas Ustick Walter.
Professional organization for architects in the United States.
Thomas Ustick Walter 1877–1887
Meeting place of the United States Congress and the seat of the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government.
The current cast-iron dome and the House's new southern extension and Senate new northern wing were designed by Thomas Ustick Walter and August Schoenborn, a German immigrant, in the 1850s, and were completed under the supervision of Edward Clark.
Neighborhood in the Northwest Philadelphia section of the United States city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Inglewood Cottage (1850), designed by Thomas Ustick Walter.
Historic garden or rural cemetery in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia.
Designs for the cemetery were submitted by William Strickland and Thomas Ustick Walter but the commission selected Scottish-American architect John Notman.
Seat of the municipal government of the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, housing the chambers of the Philadelphia City Council and the offices of the Mayor of Philadelphia.
The building was designed by Scottish-born architect John McArthur Jr. and Thomas Ustick Walter in the Second Empire style, and was constructed from 1871 to 1901 at a cost of $24 million.
Independent co-educational day school in Norfolk, Virginia.
The original Norfolk Academy building was designed by architect Thomas Ustick Walter, who subsequently became the fourth Architect of the Capitol.
Prison in Philadelphia, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.
It was designed by Thomas Ustick Walter.
15-foot white marble obelisk in the West Philadelphia neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Designed by Thomas Ustick Walter, a future Architect of the Capitol, the monument was erected by the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad to mark its completion of a bridge across the Schuylkill River and the first railroad line south from Philadelphia.