Rochester's Own: Local Architects of the Past
Portrait of Harvey Ellis
Just four men designed most of the historic buildings in downtown Rochester. These men, Andrew Jackson Warner, J. Foster Warner, Harvey Ellis and Claude Bragdon, designed commercial buildings, government facilities, churches, schools, factories, railroad stations and houses. Learn about the lives of these architects in turn of the 20th century Rochester and the buildings they dreamed of and built.
The Architectural Heritage of the Warners in Rochester, N.Y.
Claude Bragdon: His Work in Rochester
The Life and Work of Harvey Ellis
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