"Architecture Under Nationalism"

Title"Architecture Under Nationalism"
Year for Search1890
AuthorsPutnam, J[ohn] P[ickering (1847-1917)
Tertiary AuthorsPutnam, J[ohn] Pickering, Putnam, J. Pickering, and Putnam, J. P.
Secondary TitleThe American Architect and Builders News
Volume / Edition29.759, 760, 764, 766, 768, 770; 30.772
Pagination21-25, 40-42, 98-99, 134-35, 168-70, 199-202; 20-23
Date PublishedJuly 12, 19, August 16, 30, September 13, 27, October 11, 1890
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Part essay on architecture and sanitation; part description of future architecture, including an argument for cooperative living in apartment buildings. The author was born as John Amory Putnam but later took his father’s name. He was a Boston architect, best known for pioneering apartment buildings, some of which still stand. See his “The Apartment House.” The American Architect and Builders News 27.732  (January 4, 1890): 3-5.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. without the letters  Boston ,  MA : The Nationalist Educational Association, 1890.  

Holding Institutions

MBAt, PSt

Author Note

The author (1847-1917) was born as John Amory Putnam but later took his father’s name. He was a Boston architect, best known for pioneering apartment buildings, some of which still stand. See his “The Apartment House.” The American Architect and Builders News 27.732  (January 4, 1890): 3-5.

Full Text

1890 Putnam, J[ohn] P[ickering] (1847-1917). “Architecture Under Nationalism.” The American Architect and Builders News 29.759 , 760, 764, 766, 768, 770; 30.772  (July 12, 19, August 16, 30, September 13, 27, October 11, 1890): 21-25, 40-42, 98-99, 134-35, 168-70, 199-202; 20-23. Letters to the Editor regarding the series appear (July 19, 26, and August 2, 1890): 48, 59, and 75. Rpt. without the letters as by J. Pickering Putnam. Boston, MA: The Nationalist Educational Association, 1890.  MBAt, PSt

Part essay on architecture and sanitation; part description of future architecture, including an argument for cooperative living in apartment buildings. The author was born as John Amory Putnam but later took his father’s name. He was a Boston architect, best known for pioneering apartment buildings, some of which still stand. See his “The Apartment House.” The American Architect and Builders News 27.732  (January 4, 1890): 3-5.