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HOUSE OF PROVIDENCE. ORIGINAL ARCHETECTURAL DRAWINGS)

Detroit 1909-1910. Designed by prominent Detroit architect Louis Kamper. 33.5x40". 17 linen hand drawn sheets, all interior views. The sheets are soiled and creased, tears (mainly edge tears), infrequent pencil notations and drawings, one sheet tape repaired else good. House of Providence was built in Detroit and was run by the daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul as an orphange. Itís architect Louis Kamper immigrated from Germany in the 1880's, worked in New York for McKim, Meade and White and moved to Detroit in 1888. He designed the pavillion for the Detroit International Fair and Exposition, Detroit's Book Building and the Book-Cadillac Hotel. The House of Providence no longer exists. Comes with post card showing the exterior of the structure. Call us for details on each of the linen sheets.


Book Id: 95-4016

Price: $750.00

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