Calvin Pollard architectural drawings and papers

Calvin Pollard architectural drawings and papers, circa 1830-1850.
41 items.
Architect practicingin New York City.
Finding Aid
Paper inventory available in the Dept. of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library.
Pollard's architectural drawings for churches, and residential and commercial buildings, located largely in New York and New Jersey, many undated, circa 1830s. Included are drawings for St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, Petersburgh, Va., built, 1838, and destroyed in a fire, 1854; a prison, probably submitted by Pollard to the 1835 competition for the New York Hall of Justice. Also, a broadside, undated, describing the projected Washington Monument, New York City; a letter Pollard from Charles C. Taber, 1850, describing his plans for four houses on three adjacent lots on 25th Street, with sketched plans on verso; and two trade cards of C. Pollard's Ohio Fire Proof Mineral Paint attached.
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