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Published Biographical References

  • American Art Annual. v.21 (1924/25) "Who's Who In Architecture.", p. 476-477
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    Office: 1211 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 3, n. 44, p. 524, 11/5/1888
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  • Davis' Architects and Builders Directory of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: J. T. Davis co., limited, c18-- -19--, 1891
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    Office: 518 Walnut St.

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 10, n. 4, p. 1, 1/23/1895
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 12, n. 9, p. 131, 3/3/1897
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 13, n. 43, p. 683, 10/26/1898
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 14, n. 5, p. 65, 2/1/1899
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 1923AD-241, 1923
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 45, n. 40, p. 627, 10/1/1930
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, 1931
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    Membership: Philadelphia Chapter, AIA, Fellow

     
  • Who's Who in Maryland, A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Living Men and Women of the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and West Virginia.. Chicago, Marquis Company, 1939-?, p. 933, 1939
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    Office: Architects Building, Philadelphia, PA

     
  • Bentham, Donald W., William Hope and Betsy Behl, ed. Compilation of Data on Building History of Philadelphia Lutheran Churches. Philadelphia: s.n., 1975.
     
  • Bloom Studios Incorporated. Trade Catalogue. Philadelphia: 1908, p. 36.
     
  • Brooklyn Chapter, AIA. Catalogue of the 8th Architect Exhibition of Brooklyn Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA). Brooklyn:
     
  • De Gratresse, J. Reygondeau. Reinforced Concrete. Philadelphia, Pa.: Turnbull Construction Co., 1907?, p. 20, 31.
     
  • Hastings, Peter, ed. Who was Who in American Art: compiled from the original thirty-four volumes of American art Annual. Madison, CT: Sound View Press, 1985, v.5.
     
  • Koyl, George S. American Architectural Drawings. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1969.
     
  • Miles, Joseph Starne. A Historical Sketch of Roxborough, Manayunk, Wissahockon. Philadelphia: G. Fein & Company, 1940, p. 182-185.
     
  • Obituary. Architectural Forum. 74 (January 1941-Supplement): 56; The New York Times (31 October 1940): 23:2; Philadelphia Inquirer (31 October 1940).
     
  • Newman, Bernard J. Housing in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Housing Association, 1929, 1932. (Annual Report of the Philadelphia Housing Association).
     

Biographical Drawings, Photos, Papers, etc.

  • Group Photo of James Windrim Office, Athenaeum of Philadelphia - General Collection - Photographs
    Call Number: 001-P-820
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  • American Institute of Architects. Philadelphia Chapter. Architectural Archives. (4, 5, 6, May 1981), AIA Archives given to The Athenaeum of Philadelphia).
     
  • Philadelphia Chapter AIA Membership Records. (The Athenaeum of Philadelphia, deposited February 2004)
     
  • Letters soliciting work (First Baptist Church Archives, Philadelphia)
     
  • Membership records, American Institute of Architects (Archives, Washington, DC. (Photocopy in the biographical file at The Athenaeum of Philadelphia).
     
  • Photograph of James H. and John T. Windrim, along with Frank Watson and William Brooks Cavin, Athenaeum of Philadelphia (Gift of Brooks Cavin).
     
  • St. John the Evangelist Church, 13th above Chestnut. "Re-opening brochure." 1900 [includes biographical information on Watson] (Archdiocesan Research Center, Overbrook, Philadelphia)
     
  • Watson, Frank R. "Report of the Stability of Floors, Rittenhouse Building, 7th and Arch streets, Philadelphia." (11 pages on linen, Historical Society of Pennsylvania)
     
  • Watson, Frank R. "Tabernacle Baptist Church, 4017 Chestnut Street." 16 sheets, including specification (Historical Society of Pennsylvania)
     
  • Watson, Frank R. "Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, 3700 Chestnut Street." 3 sheets (Historical Society of Pennsylvania)
     
  • Watson, Frank R. "Some Work of Frank Watson" (booklet, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, BD 615/W333, #99)
     

 

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