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Reproductions of two plans, one model photograph and two bird's-eye views of garden suburbs in Posen, Germany (today Poland); Zurich, Switzerland; Essen, Nüremberg and Berlin, all Germany, mounted on one sheet

  • 'Posen (Alemania) Plan de urbanizacion semi-rural de las antiguas fortificationes y Suburbio-Jardin con enlace'; 'A' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Colonia-Jardin del municipio de Zürich'; 'B' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Essen (Alemania) Perspective del puente y colonia Margarette [sic] Krupp'; [Georg Metzendorf]; 'Nüremberg Plan general de una Ciudad-Jardin'; [Richard Riemerschmid]; 'C' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Früher Willmannsches Gelände aus der Vogelschau Schöneberg [Berlin], Febr[uar]1912', 'Stadterweiterungsamt Wolf; [two presentation drawings]; (colour)

'D' and 'E' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner.
'Bl. No 6' endorsed in manuscript in pencil in top left corner.
[Illegible pencil annotations in top margin.]
[Cities Exhibition.]

Metzendorf, Georg, b. 1874, architect and town planner

Seven reproductions of illustrations and plans of town planning schemes and architecture at Landshut, Nuremberg, Crefeld, all Germany, Vienna, Austria, and unidentified cities, mounted on one sheet

  • [Diagram plans of public squares in six unidentified cities]
  • [Perspective views of public squares with public buildings in unidentified cities]
  • 'New Market Place in Landshut' (Fig. 8A); 'A' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Landshut: The Station Square, Looking into the New Street' (Fig. 8); 'D' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner 
  • 'Garden City near Nurnberg' (Fig. 15), 'Richard Riemerschmid, architect'; B' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Crefeld General Plan' (Fig. 3) [Reproduction of 18th century town planning scheme]; 'C' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Wiener Neustadt' (Fig. 2); 'E' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner

Riemerschmid, Richard, b. 1868, architect and painter

Reproductions of two maps and one bird's-eye view of workers' colonies at Essen, Germany, mounted on one sheet

  • 'Essen (Alemania) Plan de la Colonia-Jardin de la fundación Margarette [sic] Krupp'; [Georg Metzendorf]; 1910; A' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner.
  • 'Essen (Alemania) Plan de la Urbanización semi-rural del barrio de Bernewäldchen', 'Schmidt'; 190[ ]
  • 'Essen (Alemania) Colonias-Jardines pare obreros de Holsterhausen y Margarette [sic] Krupp conpuente de comunicación'

Metzendorf, Georg, b. 1874, architect and town planner

Three pages with reproductions of plans and presentation drawings of workers' colonies in Essen, Germany

  • 'Essen Margaret Krupp Foundation'; [Georg Metzendorf]; [Two model views]
  • 'The Artisan's colony 'Gottfried Wilhelm' by Schmidt', 'Residential District' by Holtshausen; [Two plans]
  • [Eleven reproductions of plans and perspective drawings of the Margarethe-Krupp-Stiftung's colony at Essen, mounted on one sheet]; [Georg Metzendorf]; [1910 and later]

Metzendorf, Georg, b. 1874, architect and town planner

Five pages with reproductions of plans and presentation drawings of garden suburbs in Darmstadt, Ulm, Berlin, all Germany, and Gothenburg, Sweden, mounted on one sheet

  • 'Suburbio-Jardin del barrio de Mathildenhöhe (Darmstadt)' [Joseph Maria Olbrich], 'Suburbio-Jardin del barrio de Herdweg (Darmstadt)'; 'A' endorsed in pencil top left corner; 'Le ámina 12' endorsed top right corner
  • 'Ciudad-Jardin de Hohler Weg (Darmstadt)' [two bird's-eye views]; 'B‘ endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner; 'Le amina 11' endorsed top right corner
  • 'Plan general de urbanización de la ciudad de Ulm (Alemania)', 'Städtisches Tiefbauamt Ulm'; 'C' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner
  • 'Proyecto de Suburbio-Jardin (Bloques abiertos en el campo de Tempelhof-Berlin)' [Hermann Jansen]; 'D' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner; 'Le ámina 1 [ ]' endorsed top right corner
  • 'Plano parcial del Re[ ] de Gotenburgo (Suecia)', 'A. Lilienberg'; 1909; 'E' endorsed in manuscript in pencil top left corner

Olbrich, Joseph Maria, 1867-1908, architect

Fifty-nine pages with illustrations of monuments (mainly equestrian statues and fountains) in European Cities, mounted on one sheet

-[Nice, memorial to Queen Victoria]
-[untitled monuments] (4)
-[Proposal Royal Memorial Parliament Square by H. V. Lanchester and A. Rickards]
-[Bristol, proposal for King Edward VII memorial by H. V. Lanchester and A. Rickards]
-[Vienna, Donner fountain]
-[Paris, Place de la République]
-[Florence, Piazza Michael Angelo, and Belfort, le Château and le Lion by Bartholdi]
-[Munich, Wittelsbach fountain, and Versailles, Fountaine de Diane]
-[Rome, Fontana di Trevi, and Schönbrunn by Vienna, Obelisk]
-[Versailles, le bassine de Latone, and le bassin d'Appolon]
-[Paris, Medici fountain]
-[Rome, Fontana dei Fiumi in Piazza Navona]
-[Italy, Villa Torlonia]
-[Italy, the Giant's Goblet Villa Farnese, and Villa Lante]
-[Versailles, un bosquet detruit: la galerie, and le bassin de Neptune]
-[Italy, Villa Borghese, and Villa Albani]
-[France, Fontainbleau, statue of Ceres, and Vernon, fontaine de Venus]
-[Equestrian monument at Chester, Eaton Hall to Hugh Lupus by G. F. Watts]
-[Equestrian monument at Düsseldorf to Jan Welm]
-[Equestrian monument at Montebourg]
-[Equestrian monument at Venice, the Colleoni by Verrochio and Leopardi]
-[Equestrian monument at Rome to Marc Aurelius]
-[Equestrian monument at Chinon to Jeanne d'Arc by Roulleau, sculptor, and Deylane, architect]
-[Equestrian monument at Padua, the Gattamelata by Donatello]
-[Equestrian monument at Milan to Garibaldi by Ettore Ximenes]
-[Equestrian monument at Rheins to Jeanne d'Arc by Dubois]

  • [Equestrian monument at Paris to Jeanne d'Arc by Freiniet]
    -[Florence, fountain with figures by Bartolomeo Ammanati, and Rome, Fountain in the Piazza St. Peter] (plate 58)
    -[Rheims, statue of Louis XV, Place Royale]
    -[New York, Statue of Henry Ward Beecher by Ward and Paris, Statue of Watteau and Ste. Geneviève]
    -[Le Penseur by Rodin, and La Poète Gascon by A. Cortes]
    -[Rome, fountain Piazza Barberini by Bernini, and fountain Bocca della Verita]
    -[Nimes, la fountaine Pradier, Bologne, Neptune fountaine by John of Bologna]
    -[Paris, monument to Lafayette by P. W. Bartlett, sculptor, and Carrere and Hastings, architects, and monument to Etienne Moral ny Idrac and Marqueste]
    -[Rheims, statue of Maréchal Drouet, and Paris, statue of Baron Larrey]
    -[Equestrian monument at Florence to Duke Ferdinand by Jean de Bologna, and at Chantilly to Jeanne de Montmorency by [ ] Dubois, and at Munich Wittelsbacherbrücke, and at Berlin, Kurfürstenbrücke, to the Great Elector by Schlöter [sic] ]
    -[Armand Silvestre: Near the Pont, Monument to Alexandre III]
    -[Paris, the Triumph of the republic by M. Dalou, sculptor]
    -[New York, the Hunt Memorial]
    -[Italy, Villa Borghese, and Villa d'Este]
    -[Temple de L'Armour, Palais du Petit Trianon]
    -[Versailles, statuary in the gardens]
    -[Munich, monument to Bavaria]
    -[Paris, statue de la Liberté Éclairant le Monde by Bartholdi, and bust of Henri Mürger, Luxembourg Gardens]
    -[Rome, monument to Giovanni Carroli by Ercole Rosa, and La Triomphe de la Republique by Dalou]
    -[Elberfeld (Wuppertal), fountain by Bernard Hoetger, and Dahlem (Berlin), monument by B. R. Engelmann]
    -[Monument to the Glory of the Independence of a Great Country by M. André and J. L. Japy, Awarded Premier Second Grand Prix de Rome]
    -[Monument aux marins du 'Pluviose' morts pour la Patrie by Emile Guillaume]
    -[Florence, Ponte Vecchio, monument to Benvenuto Cellini]
    -[Paris, monument to Guy de Maupassant in the Parc Monceau]
    -[Paris, Père Lachaise cemetery, monument aux Morts by Bartholomé, sculptor]
    -[Paris, Alfred de Musset, Rue de Richelieu]
    -[Stuttgart, Monument by G. A. Bredow]
    -[Versailles, Bosquet des Bains d'Apollon]
    -[Austria, Schönbrunn near Vienna, Roman ruin]
    -[Kensington Garden, shelter by C. Wren]

'No. 286' [Cities Exhibition] endorsed in manuscript in bottom right corner.
'[Cities Ex]h[ibit]ion [lent by] Archi[tects' War Committee] [No. ]'
'Monuments' endorsed in bottom margin in manuscript in white chalk.
'No. 286' endorsed in manuscript in pencil in bottom left corner.
'General Town Furnishing' endorsed on reverse in manuscript in water colour (white).
Sketch of an unidentified triangular shaped street block in lower margin.
'[Cities Ex]h[ibit]ion Architects' War Committee]'

Twenty pages with illustrations of (triumph) arches in European and some American cities, mounted on one sheet

-[Berlin, Brandenburg Gate, Paris, Place du Carrousel] (plate 21)
-[Paris, Porte Saint-Martin, and Port Saint-Denis] (plate 12)
-[Paris, Arc Triomphe] (plate 19)
-[London, Decimus Burton Arch, and Marble Arch] (plate 22)
-[New York, Washington Arch, and Entrance Arch Birkenhead Park]
-[France, arches in Saint Martin, Bordeaux, Beaume, and Versailles] (plate 17)
-[France, arches in Nancy] (2) (plate 13, 14)
-[France, arches in Nancy and Nevers] (plate 15) 
-[France, arches in Rochefort-sur-Mer, and Chalons-sur-Marne] (plate 18)
-[London, temporary arch for entry Charles II] (2) (plates 10,11)
-[Rome, Arch of Constantine] (plate 8)
-[Paris, temporary arch for marriage of Napoleon and Josephine] (plate 20)
-[Roman coins showing arches] (plate 9)
-[Athens, arch of Theseus and Hadrian] (plate 7)
-[France, arch in Rochefort-sur-Mer] (plate 16)
-[Arch of Trajan at Ancona, after an etching by Piranesi]
-[Italy, arches in Benevetum and Rome]
-[France, arch in Lille]

'No. 221' [Cities Exhibition] endorsed in manuscript in bottom right corner.
[Cities Exhibition].

Twenty-nine pages with illustrations of lamp standards and clock towers in European and some American cities, mounted on one sheet

-[Paris Lamp standards for the Place de la Republique] (2) (plates 17,18)
-[Lamp standards examples of Mid-Victorian designs] (plate 64)
-[Bronze standards from designs by Cottingham 1823] (3) (plates 60, 61, 62)
-[Examples of Roman Candelabra] (plate 59)
-[Electric standards] (plate 19)
-[French lamp standards] (2) (plates 65, 67)
-[Lamp standards (London, Liverpool)] (plate 63)
-[French lamp standards, design submitted in competition for standards in the Place de la Republique, Paris by M M Bonvard and Gravigny] (plate 66)
-[London, the forecourt of St. Paul's Cathedral] (plate 43)
-[American lamp standards] (2) (plates 69, 70)
-[A clock monument in the manner of the Empire Period] (2) (plates 107, 108)
-[Concrete standards Kenwood Avenue, Rochester, N. Y.]
-[Paris The avenue of the Opera] (plate 40)
-[Paris Place de la Concorde] (2) (plates 39, 41)
-[Cast iron standards East Avenue Rochester, N. Y.] (plate 71)
-[Typical Modern Clock Towers and Clock Monuments] (plate 105)
-[Venice, Masts St. Mark's] (plate 15)
-[Paris Masts Place de la Republique]
-[Clock Monuments (Frankfort, Breslau)] (plate 106)
-[Lamp standards at Compiègne]

'No. 222' [Cities Exhibition] endorsed in manuscript in bottom right corner.
[Cities Exhibition].

Twenty pages with illustrations of obelisks in European cities, mounted on one sheet

  • 'London: Cleopatra's Needle on the Embankment',' Rome: Piazza del Quirinale and Obelisk' (Plate 84)
    -'Competitive Design for a Column to the Revolution at Versailles' (plate 55) [Design by M. Formigé, architect, and M. Coutan, sculptor, and design by M. Train, architect, and M. Dalou, sculptor]
    -'Competitive Design for a Column to the Revolution at Versailles' (plate 54) [Design by M. Bernard, architect, and M. Granet, sculptor, and design by M. Henard, architect, and M. Lafrance, sculptor]
    -'Competitive Design for a Column to the Revolution at Versailles' (plate 53) [Design by M. Pujol, architect, and M. Falcuiere, sculptor, and design by M. Chanal, architect, and M. Sanzel, sculptor]
    -'Restoration of Greek Monumental Columns'
    -‘Roman Column Rostrata', 'Tegetthoff Monument Vienna', 'Nelson Column, London', 'Column of the Temple of Peace, Rome' (plate 52)
  • 'Nelson Column, Yarmouth', 'Lord Hill's Column, Shrewsbury', 'Duke of York's Column, London', 'Wellington Column, Liverpool', 'Column of Victory, Berlin', 'Column of Congress, Brussels' (plate 49)
    -'Colonne Vendome, Paris', Colonne de Juillet, Paris', 'Colonnes de Philippe-Auguste, Paris'
    -'Piazza del Popolo', 'Domenico Amici disegno dal vero e incisi nel 1835'; engraving; 23.5 x 17.1 cm on 37 x 28.2 cm sheet [Domenico Amici (1808-?), Italian engraver (Thieme, Ulrich and Felix Becker, ‘Allgemeines Lexikon der bildenden Künstler von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart’ (Leipzig: Engelmann, E.A. Seemann, 1907-1950), 1, p. 404)]
    -'The Fire Monument, London' (2), Colonne de la Grande-Armée, Boulogne' (2) (plate 50)
    -'The Wilberforce Monument Hall' (2), 'Nelson Monument Dublin' (plate 48)
    -'Trajan's Column, Rome" (2) (plate 47)
    -'Paris: Obelisk de Luxor in the Place de la Concorde', 'Rome: Obelisk in front of Sta. Maria Maggiore' (plate 85)
    -'Monument to Gambetta in the Champs Elysées, Paris'
    -'Monument to the Glory of the American Nation by C. - D. Despradelle' (2)
    -The Appian Way After an etching by Piranesi'
    -'Monument to Cairoli, Pavia'
    -'Monument to Parnell Sackville Street by St. Gaudens, Dublin' (plate 100)
    -'Rome: Piazza of S. Giovanni in Laterano and Obelisk'
    -'Rome: Obelisk and Piazza in front of St. Peter's', Rome: Obelisk and Piazza Del Popolo' (plate 82)

'No. 222' [Cities Exhibition] endorsed in manuscript in bottom right corner.
'223' endorsed in manuscript in pencil on the reverse.
[Cities Exhibition].

Sixteen plans of public places in European cities, mounted on cardboard

-London, Covent Garden Piazza (2)
-Parma, Piazza Grande
-Venice, Piazza di San Marco and the Piazzetta
-Verona, Piazza di Signori
-Nancy, Sequence of squares from Place Stanilas to Hemicycle
-Coblentz, Schloßplatz
-London, St. Paul's Churchyard (proposal by C. Wren)
-Rome, Piazza S. Maria Della Pace
-Rome, Piazza di S. Ignazio
-Rome, Piazza del Popolo
-Rome, Piazza di S. Pietro
-Vienna, Maria Theresien Platz (2)
-Paris, Place de L'Etoile
-Paris, Place de la Concorde

Anon.
Various scales.

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