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[Roofline and dormer window styles and designs]

Sperling und Knabe X.A. v. E. Kretzschmar

[Medieval fortifications - illus. of ditches, bridges, outworks, gates, towers, battlements, turrets, machicoulis, platforms, windows, loopholes, donjons and subterranean space]

Details of key of windows, interior of dome

Key of windows on colonnade of dome

Details of windows in peristyle of dome

Dome of U.S. Capitol, key of windows in 2nd story

Details of dome, plates over windows in drum

[Design drawing for stained glass memorial windows showing Daniel the Prophet; and Balaam the Prophet with stars, and architecture for Episcopal Church, North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Design drawing for three stained glass windows showing Acolytes/Ushers/Parishioners at Prayer]

[Design drawing for four stained glass Tondo windows]

[Design drawing for three stained glass windows: Holy Eucharist; Penance; and Anointing the Sick]

[Design drawing for six stained glass windows with mandorla-borne ascension in lower central window]

[Design drawing for architectural elements for Chancel treatment (with stained glass windows?) for St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Earwin, North Carolina]

[Design drawing for stained glass windows with St Elizabeth; St Anne]

Asakusa tanbo torinomachi mōde

[Design drawing for stained glass Memorial mandorla windows "Jesus Washing the Feet; This do in Remembrance of Me"]

[Design drawing for stained glass windows "Cross Fleur-de-Lis;" and "The Budding Cross"]

[Design drawing for 3 stained glass lancet windows showing Christ's love]

[Design drawing for stained glass windows "Cross Fleurie;" and "Cross Ansata"]

Asakusa tanbo torinomachi mōde

[Design drawing for stained glass windows "The Passion Cross;" and "Celtic Cross"]

[Design drawing for two stained glass tondo windows with St. Matthew as man; and St. Mark as lion]

[Design drawing for architectural elements: architectural rendering of interior with windows, paneling, cathedra?, and elevated pulpit?]

[Design drawing for stained glass Chevron windows with Suffer the Little Children with expressive panes, stylized, and monumental figures]

[Design drawing for stained glass Memorial mandorla windows "He Healed them All; He Began to Teach them Many Things"]

Granada. Vista interior de la Sala de Embajadores (Alhambra)

[House with paper windows and with a Mongol hut in the yard in front]

[United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.). Dome details. Second story. Elevation, section, and plans. Rendering.] / Tho. U. Walter, architect, Washington, D.C.

Granada. Ajimez en la Sala de Embajadores (Alhambra) / J. Laurent. Madrid.

Granada. El mirador de Lindaraja en la Sala de las Dos Hermanas (Alhambra) / J. Laurent. Madrid.

Granada. Ventana de la Sala de las Dos Hermanas (Alhambra) / /J. Laurent. Madrid.

[Exterior view of a window of the Mausoleum of Mehmet I in Bursa] / Abdullah Frères.

[Exterior view of a window in the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa]

[Exterior view of a window in the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa]

[Exterior view of a pavilion in the garden of the Imperial Topkapı Sarayı (palace)] / Abdullah Frères.

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Wall and window elevation

[A window inside of the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa] / Abdullah Frères.

[Exterior view of a window in the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa] / Abdullah Frères.

[Exterior view of a window in the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa] / Abdullah Frères.

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Arched window for vestibule doorway

[A window inside of the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa] / Abdullah Frères.

[Exterior view of a window with inscriptions in the Yeşil Cami (Green Mosque) in Bursa] / Abdullah Frères.

Mr. Worm looked in

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Wall and window elevation

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Dining room. Wall and window trim elevation. Study

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Wall and window trim elevation

Stained glass for churches and dwellings

[High school, Damascus] / Sebah & Joaillier, Phot., Constantinople.

F.D. Kinsella & Co., stained glass works

J.F. Carse, stained glass works for domestic and ecclesiastical purposes, special designs and estimates on application

[Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.). Inscriptions for stained glass. Diagrams. Working drawing]

[Feuerleins bow windows, Rothenburg (i.e. ob der Tauber), Bavaria, Germany]

North of India. Water carriers

[Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.). Large semi-circular window frames for octagon and attic. Sills and lintels of lantern windows, dome, seat brackets, stacks. Ironwork. Details. Working drawing]

The ladies in the windows of the inn

[Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.). Large semi-circular frames attic octagon. Seat bracket, stacks, sill and lintels, lantern of dome. Ironwork. Details. Working drawing]

[Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.). Frames for stained glass in skylights and octagon windows. Ironwork. Details. Working drawing]

Garden, Alhambra

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Alterations. Dressing room. Third story. Elevations

Daily bread

[I don't think I ever knew such a spell of weather]

The Temple area. Jerusalem. The Mosque el-Aksa [i.e., al-Aqsa]. (Interior, stained glass windows).

[Three women in window flirting with three men outside window]

Travel views of the American Southwest

The church at Pasig, showing barricaded tower windows and stone wall defences, Philippines / Strohmeyer & Wyman, publishers, New York, N.Y.

Travel views of the American Southwest

Granada. Alhambra. Ajimez de la Cautiva Isabel de Solis

The New York window

The ring

The New York window

(Note shots) soldiers at windows of monastery ready to shoot looters

[Living room with double windows and world globe]

The ring

The New York window

[96 Cheyne Walk - Recess opposite windows in dining room]

The venetian blind

The venetian blind

Tiffany Glass Co. memorial window [at Pan American Exposition]

Tiffany Glass Co. memorial window at Pan American Exposition

Grand corridor wing [of the White House, Washington, D.C.]

[Woman looking out window]

Window in girls' restaurant, National Cash Register [Company], Dayton, O[hio]

Window in girls' restaurant, National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio

Typical Havana window, Havana, Cuba

Typical Havana window, Havana, Cuba

[View of Central Park and Sherman statue from the windows of Hotel Netherland, New York, N.Y.]

The rival pulpiteers / Keppler.

[Memorial window, Christ Church, Detroit, Mich.]

[Entrance to building, with metalwork on door and window]

[June with a gray sky and a cold rain, she said]

Bethlehem. Stained glass windows in the mosque

The old ruin

Puck Christmas 1907 / Frank A. Nankivell.

[Interior with painting of nude woman and cupid, over fireplace, French provincial furniture, and heavily draped windows at left, in home of Edmund Cogswell Converse, Greenwich, Connecticut]

It was a crib -- there were two bundle-beds! --

[Display windows of People's Drug Store, W.S. Thompson Branch, 15th and New York Ave., Washington, D.C.]

[Boy looking in lighted window with Puck and owl]

Bowling Green, Mt. Vernon

Rose of the Dawn, he used to call me

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