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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, 3VIARCI-I 22, 1S91.
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INSUBE I XNSUKE
A. Uehrcucl hna buon given a permit to erect
si 35,000 business building nt S21 Seventh street
northwest. The plans were mnrtc by Architect
Architect Frederick B. Pylo has made plans
for a stone dwelling for William E. DoWitt at
Glen Echo Heights; it will bo two stories, cel
lar, and attic, 32x45; cost, $5,000.
Edwin Baltzloy will have a 6tono residence
built nt Glen Echo Heights from plans by Ar
chitect Victor MindelofC; it will bo two stories
and cellar, 40x50; cost, $7,000.
A uew set of working plans for the proposed
Emergency Hospital is being prepared in tho
ofllec of tho District Inspector of Buildings.
Proposals for the construction of tho hospital
will be opened about March 1.
Architects Hornblowcr and Marshall have
plans for a residence for Mr. Charles J. Bell
which builder Morrison will erect at 1827
Connecticut avenue. It will bo a three story
and basement dwelling, 30x78.
Architect Gray has made plans for a. stone
dwelling which Mr. F. W. Pilling will erect at
1530 Sixteenth street northwest, for Mr. Ilim
dolph Kimftmnn. It will bo a three story
and basement dwelling. It will cost about
Plans have been prepared by Architect Min
dcleff for a dwelling for S. D. Smolianinoff on
Sloughton street, between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth streets; it will bo three stories and base
ment, with stone-trimmed front of red brick;
Architect Victor Mindcleff is making plans
for the Hall of Philosophy, which will be ono
of the buildings that the National Chautauqua
will erect nt Glen Echo Heights. It will be a
stone structure, two stories in height, 00x72
feet; cost, $15,000.
Jonas, Gibbs & Co. have plans and have
contract to remodel house No. 1222 F -street
northwest, for Woods & Co. A new front of
press brick and Ohio stone will bo erected nnd
a large iron vault built in the rear. The alter
ations and repairs will cost $5,000.
Architect Leon E. Dessez has plans for an
Episcopal chinch that will bo built at Lees
burg, Loudoun County, Va.; it will be a one
story stone structure, 50x100, in the Roman
esque stylo; at tho rear a one-story Sunday
school room, also of stone, will be built.
Architect J. G. Meyers is making plans for n
residence that Thomas Graham will have built'
on S street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
streets; it will bo three stories and cellar, 21x73
feet, with base of Hummelstown brownstono
aud porch of same material; cost, $7,000.
Builder Charles A. Langleyhasa contract to
erect a three story and basement residence,
44x72, for Dr. Frederick D. May, nt 1437
Rhode Island avenue. It will be a double
house with front of press brick; cost, $50,000;
design and plans by Architect Harvey L. Page.
A. S. Johnson's new residence on N street,
between Ninth and Tenth streets, has been
commenced. It will have a brownstono and
brick front twenty-three feet vide, with a
depth of eighty feet. It will be three stories
high and finished in hardwood. T. F. Schnei
der is the architect and J. B. Williamson the
Architect James F. Denson is now finishing
plans for the law school building for George
town University on tho south side of E street,
between Fifth and Sixth streets northwest.
It will be a three story and cellar structure,
52x95. The front will be press brick, Hum
melstown brownstono and terra cotta; cost,
Architects Fava, Naeff &, Co. are making
plans for a three story 50 room hotel that will
bo built at Cornwall, Va. It will have stone
base nnd frame superstructure; cost, $25,000.
They have also the commission to make plans
for the Christian Church that will bo built at
Pulaski City, Va. It will bo a two story 6tono
structure in tho old Colonial 6tyle; cost,
Tlie competitive design submitted by Archi
tects Barry, Sampson, and Andrews for the now
building that the American Security nnd Trust
Company will erect on tho north side of G
street, near Fourteenth street, has been ac
cepted. The design provides for a building
32x100, with a height of flf ty-slx feet from grade
lino to roof. Tho front will bo of rock-faced
Georgia gray marble.
Architect A. P. Clark, Jr., Is making plans
for n dwelling thnt Rov. J. H. Black will have
built on Fourteenth street above Florida ave
nue. It will bo three stories and cellar, 24x58,
of press brick and Hummelstown brownstono,
cost, $0,500, Adjoining another house of samo
dimensions nnd nlmost similar in design will
bo built for Lewis Jamison from plans now
in tho hands of tho same architect; it will cost
Mr. T. F. Schneider, tho well-known archi
tect, is about to commence tho erection of a
handsome residence for Mr. W. Nordlinger on
N street, between Thirtieth and Thirty-first
streets. This house will hnvo n fronlngo of
forty feet nnd a depth of about eighty; it will
bo built of tho finest brick nnd will bo hand
somely finished inside in hnrdwood and bo
heated by steam throughout. This will un
doubtedly bo tho most costly house in George
town. Darby &, Dayis aro tho contractors.
Work will bo commenced at onco on a
building which Mr. W. W. Burdetto is to
erect at tho corner of Rhode Island avenue and
Seventh street. It will consist of tho three
stores on tho grouud iloor. Tho corner ono will
have a width of forty feet on Seventh street
aud ninety-two feet on Rhodo Island avenue.
Tho other tAvo stores will each have a frontago
of twenty-ono feet on Seventh street by a
depth of niuety feet. Tho building will bo
two stories high with flats above, and will bo
substantially built with walls of sufficient
strength to carry two additional stories, which
may bo put on in tho future. Tho roof will
bo steep and of slate; pressed brick will bo
tho material, and balconies will surround tho
whole second story. T. F. Schneider is tho
architect, and tho contract for building has
been awarded to Frank II. Duehay.
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