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1910 Birmingham Alabama architect WILLIAM T WARREN architectural photo

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Seller: catherbrownbooks (11,168) 100%, Location: deep south, Ships to: US, Item: 201706166269 Be sure to add me to your favorite sellers list - see more PHOTOGRAPHY and ARCHITECTURE and BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA related items not always found in eBay's so-called "search" Here's a list of my currently available ebay items about ARCHITECTURE: ARCHITECTURE in my ebay store and a link to my PHOTOGRAPHY ITEMS on ebay: Photos on ebay and, a link to my BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA items on ebay: Birmingham Alabama items in my ebay store +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FREE SHIPPING - AS USUAL! Ca. 1910 cabinet photo of what appears to be a European architectural view Photo WITH mount measures 10 inches wide by 8 inches tall; just the image itself measures 5 7/8 inches wide by 4 inches tall. Except for the penciled photographer's signature, "W. T. WARREN," there are no other identification notations at all on either side of the mount. Found (with a similar photo, except of what is probably an American architectural scene) in a Birmingham, Alabama estate. Some fading - not TOO bad; NOTHING ON THE VERSO; foxing on the mount; small translucent with spot within the photo (see enlargement) - doesn't detract terrible and could possibly be easily removed by someone who knows more about photos than I do ;-) The following is an internet notation about Warren's career. Birmingham Architecture & Design Collection William T. Warren, 1877-1962 William T. Warren, 1877-1962 Family Papers AR 1006 Biographical Information William Tillman Warren was born in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1877. He earned an engineering degree from Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn University) in 1897 and a degree in architecture from Columbia University in 1902. Warren practiced with the New York firm of McKim, Meade & White until 1906. In 1907, Warren relocated to Birmingham where he practiced for the remainder of his career. In Birmingham, Warren had several successful partnerships including Warren and Welton (1906-1910), W.T. Warren (1911-1917), Warren and Knight (1917-1921), and the most prolific, Warren, Knight & Davis (1921-1961). The firm of Warren, Knight & Davis designed many downtown buildings and prominent private residences in Birmingham. The firm made significant contributions to the evolution of architecture and design in the City of Birmingham in the first half of the twentieth century. Warren and his wife, Dorothea Orr Warren, had two children, Dorothea (Dorothy) and William, Jr. (Bill). Scope and Content This collection includes the personal and business papers of William Tilman Warren, a prominent Birmingham architect, his wife Dorothea Orr Warren, and their two children Dorothea and William, Jr. Warren’s business correspondence traces his career as an architect beginning with his work in the firm of in the firm of Warren and Welton and ending with his most productive partnership of Warren, Knight & Davis. His personal papers include correspondence with family members, notes about family properties outside of Birmingham, poems written by Warren about his family members, clippings of current events of his day, notes about Warren’s involvement with community organizations such as “Birmingham’s Little Theater,” and the research materials for a book titled The Practical Dreamer that Dorothea Orr Warren wrote about John T. Milner, her grandfather and an early engineer and businessman that influenced the location and development of Birmingham. The collection also includes personal photographs and photographs of buildings in Birmingham and around the state. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ (the fine print ... [sigh] ... but please read :-) WE REGRET WE DON'T SHIP OUT OF USA; SORRY, BUT NO EXCEPTIONS. FREE shipping via cardboard and plastic protected first class mail parcel I ship AT LEAST twice a week (and OCCASIONALLY 3 times per week) so turnover time or handling time is 3 business days (Mon-Fri) max - often less than that. PAYPAL IS THE MUCH PREFERRED METHOD OF PAYMENT. Thanks! Please pay within 4 days. Delayed? Then email me - I'll try to work with you when necessary but it helps a lot when I have contact with you. If your payment is delayed, ebay is liable to send a dun or two. PLEASE NOTE THAT THOSE ARE COMING AUTOMATICALLY FROM EBAY AND NOT FROM ME. I typically send out just one reminder. 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Condition: Some fading - not TOO bad; NOTHING ON THE VERSO; foxing on the mount; small translucent with spot within the photo (see enlargement) - doesn't detract terrible and could possibly be easily removed by someone who knows more about photos than I do ;-), Original/Reprint: Original Print, Listed By: Dealer or Reseller, Signed?: Signed, Date of Creation: 1900-1909, Photo Type: Cabinet Photo, Subject: Architecture & Cityscape, Color: Sepia, Framing: Unframed, Size Type/Largest Dimension: Medium (Up to 10"), Region of Origin: found in Birmingham Alabama, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

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