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[San Lorenzo, Florence, decorated for a funeral]

[Design for a church façade]

[Design for a memorial with tempietto. Elevation]

[Studies for a church]

Porte de l'entrée du Chasteau du Louvre, du costé de la Riuiere, faict par la conduitte de Monsieur le Vau / I. Marot, fecit.

[Three bays of an arcade. Study]

[First sketch for the chapel of Bonaventura at Potenza (Italy), in (church) San Francesco]

[Hunting lodge with pavilions]

[Hunting lodge with pavilions. Gateway, piers, and fencing. Plan and elevation]

[Hunting lodge with pavilions. Site plan]

[Project for a circular arcade. Perspective rendering]

[Church of SS. Claudius and Andrew of the Burgundians, Rome, Italy. Façade. Elevation. Rendering]

Architectural details of the portico of the Parthenon of Athens / Figures, Elgin Saloon, 11(?).

[Fountain detail (stage set design?)]

[Palacio real de Madrid. Plan]

[House with enclosed entrance yard. Elevation, rendered]

Architectural drawing of a church ("St. Stephen's Walbrook"), London, England. Floor plan

[Church of the Holy Apostles, Rome. Elevation and plan]

[One-point perspective sketches of structure, road, and trees, with shifting vanishing point]

[Perspective rule for drawing square structure illustrated with geometrical diagram; figure IV]

[Study for an altar. Elevation]

[Structure with pedimented wings. Perspective sketch]

[Church interior with galleries and vaulted ceiling. Perspective sketch]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Perspective]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Foundation plan]

[Monuments, Washington, D.C. Various studies - plans and elevations]

[United States Capitol ("Federal Capitol"), Washington, D.C. Preliminary elevations]

[United States Capitol. Tortola scheme. Competition rendering of façade. Elevation with central dome and lantern]

[United States Capitol ("Federal Capitol"), Washington, D.C. Floor plan]

[United States Capitol. Tortola scheme. Competition rendering of façade. Elevation with central pediment and lantern]

[Monuments, Washington, D.C. Sketches - elevations]

[New County Hall, Stafford, England. Proposed façade. Elevation]

Plan & elevation of the Tontine Crescent now erecting in Boston / S. Hill, sc.

[Houses and a church ("Buildings Erected or Proposed to be Built in Virginia"). Explanation of title page vignette]

[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia. 8--perspective sketch]

[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia. 14--SW and NE flanks of hotel]

[Theater and hotel building ("Theatre, Assembly Rooms and an hotel"), Richmond, Virginia. 16--front of the stage]

[Military academy. Title sheet]

[Surrey chapel (St. Georges Fields, England) and Independent Church (Baltimore, Md.). Transverse sectional elevations]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. North wing, section of grand stairway]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Sections of north wing looking north & east]

[House ("Tudor Place") for Thomas and Martha Custis Peter, 1644 31st Street, N.W., Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Perspective sketch]

[House ("Tudor Place") for Thomas and Martha Custis Peter, 1644 31st Street, N.W., Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Floor plan and sketched elevation]

[House ("Tudor Place") for Thomas and Martha Custis Peter, 1644 31st Street, N.W., Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Front elevation with sketch]

[House ("Tudor Place") for Thomas and Martha Custis Peter, 1644 31st Street, N.W., Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Floor plan with sketches]

Architectural drawing for a frame ("looking glass frame for President's house") for Dolley Madison, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Architectural drawing for a house for John Markoe, near 9th Street and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Architectural drawing for a monument. Front elevation

[Unidentified cupolas. Elevation]

Architectural drawing for a wooden truss bridge. Bridge plan and elevation

[Parapet. Elevation of parapet]

[Parapet. Elevation of parapet]

[House ("Pope House") for John Pope, Lexington, Kentucky. Sketches, plan, and elevation]

[Plaza]

[Closet with tower, roof]

[Squares]

[Structure, Ware and Kirby methods]

[Horizontal and vertical planes/ room interior]

General rules from Kirby's perspective of architecture

[Circles and octagons]

[English and French methods]

[Tree-lines lanes]

To determine the perspective of squares in various situations [cubes]

[Fortification on the outskirts of Paris. Section, elevation, and plans]

[Table and wheels]

[Armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Officer's and Commandants quarters, elevations]

[Armory ("U.S. Arsenal"), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Principal floor and study for section]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. South wing, section]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. South wing - section]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. North wing, section looking west]

[Projet de marché aux charbons. Plan, elevation, and sections] / Baltard.

[Projet de marché aux charbons. First version. Site plan] / Baltard.

[Projet de marché aux charbons. Pavillon de l'administration. Elevation, plan, and section] / Baltard.

[Projet de marché aux charbons. Site plan with landscape rendered] / Baltard.

[Projet de marché aux charbons. Second version. Plan and bird's-eye view rendering] / Baltard.

Architectural drawing for alterations to a church ("St. John's Church"), Washington, D.C. Section

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Library of Congress - variant scheme B]

[Plan and elevations of a church. Side elevation, plan of cupola, "size and shape of the glass" (i.e., interior window elevation)]

[Church ("Unitarian Church"), D Street and 6th Street, Washington, D.C. Interior elevation, apse]

[United States Capitol grounds, Washington, D.C. Plan of Capitol grounds]

[United States Capitol grounds, Washington, D.C. Elevations of fence and gate]

[The White House, Washington, D.C. Plan and detail of portico]

[Prison (project). Elevation]

[Imperial stable at Polesella Venetia. Elevation and section ] / A. Bernati.

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. First floor with rotunda, Senate chamber and library]

[United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. Reflected ceiling plan]

[U.S. custom house, Boston, Massachusetts. Elevation]

New Custom House in Boston / Drawn by C.H. Billings; engraved by G.G. Smith.

Land Marks, Liverpool Bay

Section of lenticular light the 4th order with its lantern for harbours, bays & rivers

Section of revolving catoptric light; plan of revolving catoptric light

Fixed Dioptric light of the first order, vertical section

Section of Bermuda Lighthouse Tower (Gibbs Hill); and Cast Iron Lighthouse Morant Point, Jamaica

[Hotel for Azariah Fuller, (Kirkwood House), Pennsylvania Avenue and 12th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 12th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. elevations]

[Grace Church (Brooklyn, New York). Rear elevation. Plan] / Rich Upjohn, arct.

[Grace Church (Brooklyn, New York). Side elevation] / Rich Upjohn, arct.

[Grace Church (Brooklyn, New York). Plan] / Rich Upjohn, archt.

[Grace Church (Brooklyn, New York). Side elevation] / Rich Upjohn, arct.

[Grace Church (Brooklyn, New York). Front elevation] / Rich Upjohn.

[Hotel for Azariah Fuller, (Kirkwood House), Pennsylvania Avenue and 12th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. Third story floor plan]

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