An architect at his desk lost in thought.
Bay-window in W. K. Vanderbilt's House, Fifty-Second Street. M. Hunt, Architect.
Doorways on Madison Avenue. G. E. Harney, and McKim, Mead, and White, Archiects.
Doorway at Fifth Avenue and Sixty-Seventh Street in New York. Lamb and Rich, Architects.
Doorway of Guernsey Building, Broadway. R. M. Hunt, Architect.
House in Fifty-Sixth Street, New York. Bruce Price, Architect.
Gateway of Mills Building in New York. George B. Post, Architect.
An oriel is a bay window that projects from an upper floor of a building. This example is from a house…
Oriel of house in Sixty-Third Street in New York. C. L. W. Eidlitz, Architect.
Post Building in New York. George B. Post, Architect.
A recessed balcony, W. H. Vanderbilt's House, Fifth Avenue. Herter Brothers, Architects.
Rear of roof, house of Cornelius Vanderbilt, Fifth Avenue in New York. George B. Post, Architect.
From ex-governor Tilden's House. Calvert Vaux, Architect.
United Bank Building. Peabody and Stearns, Architects.