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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Goldwin Goldsmith

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

References to works by or about Goldwin Goldsmith (1871-1962)

Description of Series

Series A: Personal Papers

Series B: Correspondence

Series C: Sketch

Series D: Firm Brochures

Series E: Photographs

Series F: Printed Material

Series G: Magazine

Series H: Book

Series I: Scrapbook

Series J: Drawings

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Goldwin Goldsmith:

An Inventory of his Drawings, Papers and Photographs, 1896-1961



Collection Summary

Creator:Goldsmith, Goldwin, 1871-1962
Title:Goldwin Goldsmith Drawings, archival material and photographs, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Connecticut
Dates: 1896-1961
Abstract:Goldsmith (1871-1962) was a well-known professor of architecture, taught at the University of Texas School of Architecture (1928-1955) and served as chairman of the department. Born in Paterson, N.J., worked as an office assistant at McKim, Mead & White (1888-1890), schooled at Columbia University and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (1897), practiced in the firm Van Vleck & Goldsmith in New York (1897-1913), established and taught at the University of Kansas School of Architecture (1913-1928). Personal papers, correspondence, reproductions of sketches, firm brochures, printed material, photographs and drawings documenting Goldsmith's life and work.
Identification:GOLD 0000003, 1990009
Quantity:527 drawings, .33 linear feet of archival material, 30 photographs
LanguageEnglish.
Repository:Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketch of Goldwin Goldsmith

Born in Paterson, New Jersey on June 12, 1871, Goldwin Goldsmith received his early education in New York City. Following his high school graduation, he worked as an office assistant and draftsman (1888-1890) at the firm of McKim Mead and White which introduced him to the principles of the Beaux-Arts tradition. While working there he decided upon architecture as his chosen profession and accordingly entered the School of Architecture at Columbia University. He graduated in 1896 with a Ph.D. degree. Immediately after graduation he married Gertrude Relief Sumner and took a year's honeymoon in Europe where he pursued graduate study at the Atelier Dusay in Paris. When Goldsmith took breaks from studying, he and his wife toured France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Holland and England riding a tandem bicycle. The Smithsonian Institution now houses that bicycle.

Upon his return to the United States, Goldsmith established a firm in New York with Joseph Van Vleck, Jr. The firm, Van Vleck and Goldsmith maintained an office at 156 Fifth Avenue and flourished from 1897-1913. Among its designs were: the Young Men's Christian Association (1899), the First Methodist Episcopal Church (1899) and the Madison Building (1906) in Montclair, New Jersey; the Copper Queen Hotel (1902) in Bisbee, Arizona; and residences at 1026, 1027, and 1028 Madison Avenue in New York City.

The early years of the 20th century saw architecture schools springing up at colleges and universities across the Midwest. Administrators looked for teachers among professional architects in the East who were well versed in the principles of the Ecole des Beaux- Arts, the premiere architecture school at that time. In 1912 the University of Kansas called upon Goldsmith to establish its architectural engineering degree program. He did so in late 1913, and in 1920 started the architecture degree program at KU within its School of Engineering.

Goldsmith's success at the University of Kansas (1913-28) earned him a national reputation in the field of architectural education. He served as Vice-President (1925-1927) and President (1927-1929) of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and was responsible for drafting their "minimum standards," the precursor to the accreditation program now in existence.

In 1928, the University of Texas at Austin hired Goldsmith as Chairman of its Architecture Department. During his tenure, the Department of Architecture's curriculum was increased from a four-year to a five-year program and a new building (designed by Paul Cret) was completed. Goldsmith resigned as chairman of the department in 1935 to devote more time to his passion for teaching. His course in specifications was highly regarded for its rigor and he authored a book, Architects Specifications: How To Write Them, 1935, which became the standard text for the course. He donated the proceeds of this book to the scholarship fund of the American Institute of Architects.

Goldsmith's professional services included: member of the AIA Advisory Council on Specifications (1911), President of the Central Texas Chapter of the AIA (1938-1939), member of President Hoover's Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership (1931-1932).

In June 1955, at the age of 84, Goldsmith retired into the rank of Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. He died on January 7, 1962 in Fort Worth.

(Source: A History of the School of Engineering at the University of Kansas 1868-1988, James O. Maloney, University of Kansas, 1989, pp. 51-63

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Scope and Content of the collection

Personal papers, correspondence, reproductions of sketches, firm brochures, a variety of printed material, photographs and drawings document the life and work of Goldwin Goldsmith. The bulk of the records consist of correspondence (1941-1951, with gaps) dealing with the establishment of the School of Architecture (SOA) as a separate entity from the College of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. Discussions include proposed administrative organization and curriculum for the SOA, and appropriate jurisdiction over Architectural Engineering courses. This record group also contains copies and the results of a survey of architectural engineering alumni to be used to study the reorganization of courses in the architecture department.

Personal papers include provisions of Goldsmith's will (undated) allocating a portion of his estate to the Texas Architecture Foundation to establish a scholarship fund for the UTSOA with the provision that scholarship funds will be revoked if the School loses its autonomy within the UT system.

Firm brochures illustrate Goldsmith's early residential design work in New York with the firm of Van Vleck and Goldsmith. Photographs of businesses and private residences (mostly unidentified) also document Goldsmith's architectural design career.

A book, Gertrude Goldsmith: Her Book, 1953, privately printed by Goldwin Goldsmith and signed, "Prof.", concludes this portion of the record group. The book contains short stories by Gertrude Goldsmith, and Christmas poems and other verse by Goldwin Goldsmith.

The drawing series consists of approximately 500 drawings representing Goldsmith's professional work in New York with the firm Van Vleck and Goldsmith, 1897 and 1913. Scrapbook contents consist of approximately 100 items, including; drawings, paintings, blueprints, and negative photostats, also from his early design work.

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Restrictions

Policies Governing Use and Access

This collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. As all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site, advance notice of at least three working days is required for retrieval. Certain items may require additional time for flattening or humidifying before they can be viewed. Access is by appointment only. Please contact the archives' reference staff for further information.

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasions of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person).

The Alexander Architectural Archives operate in accordance with applicable federal or state laws and regulations, providing unrestricted access to university records not covered by state and federal right to privacy acts.

The Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas Libraries, and The University of Texas at Austin, assume no responsibility for infringement of literary property rights and copyright or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that results from a researcher's use of collections.

Researchers agree to indemnify and hold harmless The University of Texas at Austin, and their officers, employees, and agents from and against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of use of collections held by the libraries. Please alert staff if anything inappropriate is found during research.

Copyright interests in this collection may not have been transferred to the University of Texas. Researchers assume full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply. Additionally, the public use of material must be cited. See citation information below.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons:
Van Vleck, Joseph.
Goldsmith, Goldwin, 1871-1962--Archives.
Goldsmith, Gertrude, 1872-1952.
Van Vleck and Goldsmith.
Organizations:
University of Texas at Austin. School of Architecture.
University of Texas at Austin. College of Engineering.
University of Kansas. School of Architecture.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
McKim, Mead & White.
Young Men's Christian Association (Montclair, N.J.)
Madison Building (Montclair, N.J.)
Copper Queen Hotel (Bisbee, Ariz.)
Subjects
Montclair (N.J.)--Buildings.
Architecture--Study and teaching--Texas.
Church architecture--New Jersey.
School buildings--New Jersey.
Beaux-Arts.
Document types:
Sketches.
Architectural drawings.
Sketchbooks.
Student works.
Working drawings.
Presentation drawings.
Photoprints.

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Administrative Information

Citation

Goldwin Goldsmith Drawings, Archival Material and Photographs (1896-1961) New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Connecticut, the Alexander Architectural Archives, the General Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Drawings processed by: Miguel DeSilva

Date: Fall 1983

Other material processed by: Kathy Martinson

Date: October 1992

Processing is not completed. Please see Archive's staff for more information.

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about Goldwin Goldsmith (1871-1962)

American Architects Directory. New York: R. R. Bowker, 1956.

Design for a Fraternity House." American Architect and Building News 73 (Aug. 17, 1901): p. 56, pl. 1338.

Goldsmith, Goldwin. Architects' Specifications: How to Write Them. Washington DC: American Institute of Architects, 1948.

Goldsmith, Goldwin. "I Remember McKim, Mead, and White." Journal of the American Institute of Architects13 (April 1950): p. 168-172.

Goldsmith, Goldwin. [Letter to the editor] Texas Architect (Oct. 1952): p. 18.

Goldsmith, Goldwin. "A Useless Squabble: Architectural Engineering." National Architect 6, no. 3 (March 1950): p. 5.

"House of C.E. Van Vleck, Montclair, N.J." American Architect 104, no. 1977 (Nov 12, 1913): plates and plans.

"House of Mrs. Amelia Hirsh, Montclair, N.J." American Architect 105, no. 1992 (Feb 25, 1914): plates and plans.

[Obituary] Texas Architect (Feb. 1962): p. 4-5.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Series A: Personal Papers

Series Abstract
The records in the Personal Papers include certificates of marriage and memberships as well as Goldsmith's will.
boxfolder
11Marriage Certificate and genealogy of Goldsmith Family (1896)
2Provisions in will (n.d.)
24Membership Certificate - Scarab Fraternity, University of Kansas

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Series B: Correspondence

Series Abstract
The records in the Correspondence series reflect general information, the founding of the School of Architecture (includes enclosures such as reports and questionnaires), and Goldsmith's home in Lawrence, Kansas.
boxfolder
13General correspondence
[2 items]
4Establishing University of Texas School of Architecture (UTSOA) 1941-1951:
5His former house, Lawrence, Kansas 1961:

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Series C: Sketch

Series Abstract
The records in the Sketch series reflect the Chapel for Reformed Church in New Jersey.
boxfolder
16Chapel for Reformed Church, N.J.-reproductions
[3 items]

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Series D: Firm Brochures

Series Abstract
The records in the Firm Brochures series reflect Goldsmith's residential projects.
boxfolder
17Residences 1026 & 1027 5th Ave., New York
8Residences 94th near 5th Ave., New York
9Residences 1026 & 1028 5th Ave., New York

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Series E: Photographs

Series Abstract
The records in the Photographs series reflect Goldsmith's professional projects, primarily those residential.
boxfolder
110Holbrook Mfg. Co. 1909
11YMCA Montclair, NJ: includes clipping, print and floor plan
12Bailey, J.A.; Residence, Mt. Vernon, NY: includes floor plan and clippings
13Castree, Louise; Residence, includes floor plan
14Unidentified residence
15Unidentified residence
16Unidentified residence
17Unidentified residence
18Unidentified residence
19Unidentified buildings

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Series F: Printed Material

Series Abstract
The records in the Printed Material series reflect architectural education, including a list of architectural schools in the United States and a University of Texas catalog.
boxfolder
120List of architecture schools in the United States
21UT Catalog, 1921-1922

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Series G: Magazine

Series Abstract
The record in the Magazine series reflect one issue of Architectural Record, July 1895.
boxfolder
122"Special issue on Cyrus Eidlitz." Architectural Record 5 (July 1895).

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Series H: Book

Series Abstract
The record in the Book series reflect a publication by Mrs. Gertrude Goldsmith.
boxfolder
123Gertrude Goldsmith: Her Book.. Austin, Texas; 1953. [Short stories by Gertrude Goldsmith and poetry by Goldwin Goldsmith.]

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Series I: Scrapbook

Series Abstract
The records in the Scrapbook series reflect primarily the professional projects of Goldsmith. Entries include sketches, floor, and elevation plans described below. Also includes negative photostats, blueprints, watercolor, and photographs which may duplicate records found in other series.
All measurements are in inches; Goldsmith's titles are in italics.
boxfolder
21Front elevation, pencil
7 5/8 × 10 7/8
2Elevation, pencil
5 5/8 × 8 5/8
3Floor plan, pencil and colored pencil
5 × 8 1/8
4Perspective sketch, pencil
7 3/4 × 13 3/8
5Brick and Half Timber, front elevation, pencil and ink
7 3/4 × 15
6Second Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
1/16 scale, 5 7/8 × 9 3/4
7Floor plan, pencil
6 1/8 × 10 3/8
8Floor plan, pencil
6 1/4 × 10
9Front elevation, pencil
7 1/4 × 10 7/8
10Front elevation, pencil and ink
6 × 10 1/2
11Front elevation, pencil
7 × 11 3/4
12Perspective sketch, pencil
6 5/8 × 11 1/2
13First Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
1/16 scale, 6 1/8 × 11 3/4
14Elevation, pencil
4 3/4 × 14 1/8
15Floor plan with courtyard and road, pencil and colored pencil
11 × 14 7/8
16Second Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
1/8 scale, 9 5/8 × 8 1/8
17Elevation detail, pencil and colored pencil
10 7/8 × 9 1/2
18Side Elevation, pencil
7 1/2 × 11
19Elevation, 2 pages attached, pencil
5 1/2 × 14
20Floor plan, pencil and colored pencil
5 1/4 × 7 7/8
21First Floor Plan, pencil
1/8 scale, 9 5/8 × 8 1/8
22Second Floor Plan, pencil
1/8 scale, 9 5/8 × 8 1/8
23Front and Side Elevation, 2 pages attached, pencil
14 7/8 × 10 1/2
24Second Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
1/16 scale, 6 × 8 7/8
25Elevation, pencil
5 1/4 × 7 1/2
26Second Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
1/16 scale, 5 3/4 × 10
27Front Elevation, two pages attached, pencil
1/16 scale, 14 5/8 × 10 7/8
28First Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
1/8 scale, 9 5/8 × 8 1/4
29Perspective sketch, pencil
9 1/2 × 15 1/4
30Floor plan, pencil, ink, and wash
6 1/4 × 10 7/8
31Floor plan, pencil, colored pencil and ink
6 × 9 3/4
32Front elevation and floor plan, 2 pages attached pencil, colored pencil, and ink
63/4 × 21
33Front elevation, pencil and colored pencil
10 1/4 × 15
34Floor plan, pencil and colored pencil
7 1/8 × 10 1/4
35Front elevation, pencil and ink
7 3/8 × 10 5/8
36Side Elevation, pencil and ink
6 1/4 × 7 7/8
37Side Elevation, two pages attached, pencil
14 7/8 × 10 5/8
38Rear Elevation, pencil and pen
6 3/4 × 13 5/8
39Perspective sketch, pencil
5 3/8 × 9
40Elevation, pencil
4 7/8 × 6
41Elevation, pencil, ink and wash
11 × 10 3/8
42First Floor Plan, two pages attached, pencil and colored pencil
1/16 scale, 8 1/4 × 15 1/8
43Front Elevation, two pages attached pencil colored pencil and ink
11 1/8 × 14 1/2
44Elevation, pencil
6 3/4 × 12 1/8
45Front Elevation, pencil and ink
6 1/4 × 10 1/4
46Second Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
4 1/2 × 7 3/4
471/2 of Front Elevation, pencil and ink
9 3/4 × 14 3/4
48Elevation, pencil
8 1/2 × 10 1/4
49Third Floor Plan, pencil
1/8 scale, 8 1/8 × 9 5/8
50First Floor Plan, pencil and colored pencil
10 1/2 × 15 1/4
51Elevation and floor plan, pencil
9 × 11
52Elevation, pencil and colored pencil
6 3/4 × 10 7/8
53Logo, Morrow Memorial Church
7 1/2 × 11 3/8
54Elevation, pencil
5 1/4 × 8 3/4
55Elevation, pencil
6 3/4 × 11 1/2
56Front Elevation, four pages attached, pencil and wash
15 × 22 1/4
57Rear Elevation, pencil
8 1/2 × 12 1/2
58Front Elevation, pencil and ink
8 1/8 × 14 7/8
59Front Elevation, pencil
1/8 scale, 9 1/4 × 12 3/8
60Elevation and floor plan, 3 pages attached, pencil and wash
13 3/4 × 11 1/8
61Elevation and floor plan, pencil
8 3/4 × 9 1/2
62Front elevation, pencil and ink
1/8 scale, 9 1/2 × 13 1/2
63Madison Bld. pencil, ink and colored pencil
1/8 scale, 12 3/4 × 10 5/8
64Front Elevation, 2 pages attached, pencil
14 7/8 × 11
65Perspective sketch on poster board, pencil
11 × 16

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Series J: Drawings

Series Abstract
Entries in the Drawings series are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's last name. If the client is not identifiable, the field will remain blank. Entries without client names are sorted by Project Name and listed before those that provide client's names. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Dates are offered if they can be derived from the drawings or gathered from other authoritative sources. The term "drawing" includes both original works (such as pencil on trace paper, or ink on tracing clothe) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).
Project name: Bethany Memorial Church.
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: unknown
Country: U.S.
Project name: Chester Hill Church.
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Mount Vernon
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Greenwich School. Competition.
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Greenwich
State/Province: Conn.?
Country: U.S.
Project name: Grove Street School.
Date on drawings: 1912
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lincoln School.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: unknown
Country: U.S.
Project name: Madison Building.
Date on drawings: 1911
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Nurse's Home.
Date on drawings: 1906
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Reformed Church. Chapel.
Date on drawings: 1908
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Little Falls
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. John's Church.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Bisbee
State/Province: Ariz.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Paul Apartments.
Date on drawings: 1904
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Lynchburg
State/Province: Va.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Upper Montclair Grammar School.
Date on drawings: 1908
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
City: Upper Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving Bacheler studio.
Date on drawings: 1902
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Bacheler, Irving
City: Sound Beach
State/Province: Conn.
Country: U.S.
Project name: L.B. Bunn residence.
Date on drawings: 1907
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Bunn, L. B.
City: East Orange
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: C.Q.C. Mining Company hotel.
Date on drawings: 1900
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: C.Q.C. Mining Co.
City: Bisbee
State/Province: Ariz.
Country: U.S.
Project name: John D. Crimmins Stable.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Crimmins, John D.
City: Noroton
State/Province: Conn.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Delta Upsilon Fraternity Chapter House.
Date on drawings: 1900
Primary archt/firm: Van Vleck & Goldsmith - Architects
Client: Delta Upsilon Fraternity
City: Schenectady
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: James Douglas cottage.
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Douglas, James
City: Spuyten Duyvil
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: John Emery residence.
Date on drawings: 1904
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Emery, John
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: W.T. Evans residence.
Date on drawings: 1908
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Evans, W. T.
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: B.V. Harrison residence.
Date on drawings: 1916
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Harrison, B. V.
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Amelia Hirsh residence.
Date on drawings: 1910
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Hirsh, Amelia
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Fentz Laff residence.
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Laff, Fentz
City: unknown
Country: U.S.
Project name: W.L. Law residence.
Date on drawings: 1909
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Law, W. L.
City: Maplewood
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: L.C. Main residence.
Date on drawings: 1902
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Main, L. C.
City: unknown
Country: U.S.
Project name: Montclair Military Academy. Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1903
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Montclair Military Academy
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mountainside Hospital. Additions. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1913
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Mountainside Hospital
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Office building for Dr. C. Noble and Dr. Willis.
Date on drawings: 1902
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Noble, C., Dr.
Client: Willis, Dr.
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Osborne Company factory.
Date on drawings: 1907
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Osborne Co.
City: Newark
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dr. B.B. Ranson residence.
Date on drawings: 1908
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Ranson, B. B., Dr.
City: Maplewood
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Clara F. Thompson residence.
Date on drawings: 1908
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Thompson, Clara F.
City: Glan Ridge
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: William D. Van Vleck residence.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Van Vleck, William D.
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.J.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Morris Whitaker residence.
Date on drawings: 1911
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Whitaker, Morris
City: Nyack
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Alice Castree Williams residence.
Date on drawings: 1905
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Williams, Alice Castree
City: New Canaan
State/Province: Conn.
Country: U.S.
Project name: B.A. Williams residence.
Date on drawings: 1904
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Williams, B. A.
Street address: Fifth Ave.
City: New York
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: K.F. Williams residence.
Date on drawings: 1910
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Williams, K. F.
City: Monticello
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Young Men's Christian Association.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Young Men's Christian Association
City: Scranton
County: Lehigh?
State/Province: Pa.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Young Men's Christian Association building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Young Men's Christian Association
City: unknown
Country: U.S.
Project name: Young Men's Christian Association building.
Date on drawings: 1898-1899
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Young Men's Christian Association
City: New Haven
State/Province: Conn.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Young Men's Christian Association building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Young Men's Christian Association
City: Montclair
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Young Men's Christian Association naval branch building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Goldsmith & Van Vleck
Client: Young Men's Christian Association
City: Brooklyn
State/Province: N.Y.
Country: U.S.

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