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Lord, Austin W. Wikipedia (en)

Lord, Austin Willard (American architect, 1860-1922) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

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panama canal review,’’] october 1, 1979, pp. 7&ndash;13.</ref><ref name="nyt-1913"/>*1913 &ndash; [[d. putnam brinley]] house and studio, “datchet,” [[silvermine, connecticut]];<ref>w. h. de b. nelson, “a studio home in connecticut,” [ Wikipedia (en)
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vol. 30] no. 6 (june 1919), pp.168&ndash;69 and plates 92&ndash;93.</ref><ref>w. j. nealley and j. monroe hewlett, “brooklyn’s oldest hospital built anew.” [ Wikipedia (en)
, vol. 53] no. 212 (october 1914), pp. lxv&ndash;lxvii.</ref> renovated 2014<ref>[ new canaan preservation alliance trustees' award for residential rehabilitation]</ref>*1919 &ndash; [[brooklyn hospital center|brooklyn hospital]]<ref>“some recent hospitals,” [ Wikipedia (en)

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