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Record ID Title Author Date
397     July 1929
398     January (?) 1903
411   “B”  
607     June 1906
610     October 1905
611     October 1911
612     April 1912
614     September 1895
28 A General Survey of the First Terra Cotta Tour   1926
386 A Glimpse into the Future: Review of Research in Clay Industry and a Speculation of Its Future Progress Greaves-Walker, A.F. September 1932
91 A Monument in Brick: One of the World’s Greatest Buildings and Its Chief Decorative Features   July 1913
92 A Terra Cotta Grill Room: The Cafe of the New McAlpin Hotel, New York City   March 1913
348 Adaptation of Victorian Gothic with Red Roman Brick and Terra Cotta as Building Materials   April 3, 1909
136 American High Art Terra Cotta   September 1894
458 Architectural Terra Cotta   November 4, 1913
494 Architectural Terra Cotta   August 1, 1913
373 Architectural Terra Cotta - Its Rational Development Stapley, M. March 13, 1913, suppl.
328 Architectural Terra Cotta No. 10: Terra Cotta in Boston Taylor, James October 1887
18 Architectural Terra Cotta, No. 2 - Fancy Bricks   February 1887
351 Art in Architecture: Some Fine Examples of Brick and Terra Cotta Buildings in Cleveland, Ohio   September 1909
94 Artistic Brickwork: The Morse Building   June 1879
95 Artistic Brickwork: The Morse Building (concluded)   July 1879
435 Atlantic Terra Cotta ... Then and Now Sliney, Diane Jones Dec. 30 - Jan. 5, 1981
542 Better Merchandising: Some Pertinent Suggestions for the Building Up of better merchandising Practice in the Clay Products Industry   May 1928
354 Brick and Tile Production in 1923 Placed at $331,883,549   March 14, 1925
139 Bricks, Tiles and Terra Cotta, Just Ready [advertisement for C.T. Davis’ A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Brick, Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.]   January 1887
29 Bulmer Brick and Tile Company Perry, Pam November/December 1982
355 Burned Clay Versus Concrete Construction: If Concrete Is Good It Isn’t Cheap. If Its Cheap It Isn’t Good.   May 1909
406 Burned Clay, The Best Medium for the Expression of Art in Architecture Gates, William D. February 1909
356 Chicago as a Clay Center: Extent of Its Common Brick Interests and Growing and Selling Importance in Other Lines of Clay Manufacture   January 1, 1911
592 Clad Is Bad? The Relationship Between Structural and Ceramic Facing Materials Stratton, Michael 1997
389 Clay Products - Modernize Morrow, Irving F. April 1941
20 Clay Products of the United States   March 1909
553 Color Effects in Brick and Terra Cotta   July 1896
438 Conkling - Armstrong Terra Cotta Co.   1899
649 Decorative Treatment of Plaster Walls Price, William L. 1911
632 Development of the Tile Industry in the United States Townsend, Everett May 15, 1943
25 Draft of manuscript relative to the Elgin or Loew’s Yonge Street Theatre, Toronto, Canada Russell, Hilary 1988?
145 Editorial Comment   March 1904
489 Examples of American Brick and Terra Cotta Work No. 23: Architectural Terra Cotta at the American Art Industry Exhibition, Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, October and November 1889   January 1890
523 Examples of American Brick and Terra Cotta Work No. 37: A Terra Cotta Tablet   May 15, 1891
86 Examples of American Brick and Terra Cotta Work No. 9: The Geolet [sic] Building, cor. Twentieth Street and Broadway, New York City, N.Y. “Videx” October 1888
98 Examples of American Brick and Terra Cotta Work, No. 29   August 1890
146 Examples of American Brick and Terra Cotta Work, No. 5: Dormitory Buildings, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky “Videx” June 1888
147 Examples of American Brick and Terra Cotta Work; No. 40 [Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Florida]   August 15, 1891
497 Extrude Terra Cotta up to 24 In. Wide   April 1939
390 Face Brick and Terra Cotta - Today and Tomorrow Richardson, W.D. November 1933
346 Fire-proofing Department: Some Experiences of Modern Fire-proofing Material in Actual Tests (concluded) Wight, Peter B. December 1896
559 Glazed Terra-Cotta   December 1895
613 Harford Faience Company Makers of Architectural Faience and Terra Vitrae   January 1905
361 How Architectural Terra Cotta Is Made: Being a General Treatise on the Subject, with Methods of Manufacture, Machinery in Use and a Classification of the Clays Heubach, A. November 4, 1913
17 In the Cause of Architecture Wright, Frank Lloyd June 1928
360 League and T Square Club Exhibitions   January 1899
462 Marvin &; Janet Hautala Discover Vintage brick kiln in Qby [Queensbury] Cederstrom, David Dec. 29, 1992 - Jan. 13, 1993
55 Material Matters: Terra Cotta, Limestone and Brick Sarring, Kevin Lee and Theresa Ducato March/April 1984
322 McCue’s Improved Brick &; Tile Kiln McCue, Harry May (?) 1887
431 Medieval Architecure Produced with Clay Products   April 1932
324 Modern American Front Brick, No. 18: Physical Testing   July 1899
380 Modern Brick Builder: “Ceramic Veneer” Used in Store Front Renewal for Streamlined Eye Appeal   June 1948
21 New Architectural Achievement with New England Special Molded Brick in the First Tower of Its Kind Woodworth, Harry Albro’ June 1931
19 Observations on the Present Esthetic Trend in Brickwork Grosskinsky, F. August 1928
320 Official Announcement and Programme: Fifth Annual Meeting of the National Brick Manufacturers’ Association, to be held in Indianapolis, Jan. 20,21, 22 &;23, 1891   January 15, 1891
551 On the Use of Colored Terra-Cotta Blackall, C.H. February 1892
400 Our Picture Gallery   November 1886
401 Pacific Coast News “Sunset” January 1911
570 Polychromatic terra cotta effects on Broadway Chambers, N.Y.   August 1900
560 Polychrome Terra Cotta in Exterior Architecture Hewlett, J. Monroe April 1911
90 Polychrome Terra Cotta in the Masonic Temple of Brooklyn   April 1911
387 Recent Developments in Architectural Ceramics Helme, J. Burn September 1933
460 San Francisco Skyscrapers: Two Splendid Examples of Coast Architecture in Which Burned Clay Plays a Prominent Part    
57 Steel and Terra-Cotta Buildings in Chicago and Some Deductions Twose, G. January 1894
283 Streetscapes / The Hendrick Hudson at Riverside Drive and 110th Street: A Decision to Save a Lump of Terra Cotta and Brick Gray, Christopher December 29, 1996
296 Streetscapes / The Ottendorfer Branch of the New York Public Library, 135 Second Avenue: A Victorian Interior Gets Ready for the 21st Century Gray, Christopher January 31, 1999
529 Terra Cotta - Ancient and Modern   1899
96 Terra Cotta and Brick in Railroad Structures: The Important Part Clay Products Play in Railroad Construction Pointed Out by an Official of the New York Central Railroad   June 1930
500 Terra Cotta’s 75 Years in Chicago Sparkle with Architectural History Lucas, H.J. August 1941
367 The Artistic Value of Fire Flashes and Discolorations of Burned Clay Products Mueller, H.C. February 1909 (1910?)
609 The Atwood Faience Company   December 1896
568 The Ceramic Chemical Development of Architectural Terra Cotta Plusch, Herman A. April 1911
148 The Convention City: The National Capital, Where the Sixth Annual Meeting of the N.B.M.A. is to be held Jan’y 12 to 16 ‘92. Harries, George H. December 15, 1891
82 The Croisic Building   May 1913
83 The Emmet Building, New York City   December 1912
88 The Hilliard Building, New York   February 1912
325 The Independence of Burned Clay As a Decorative Building Material Mueller, Herman C. 1900
32 The Manufacture of Terra Cotta Rix, Wilton P. May 1, 1900
102 The Pershing Square Building: Its Technique of Materials Laurence, F.S. October 10, 1923
464 The Plant of the IIlinois Terra Cotta Lumber Co., Chicago   1900
643 Tile Floors Le Boutillier, Addison B. February 1913
394 White Terra Cotta for Tunnel Road Markers   January 1938