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Published Biographical References

  • American Art Annual. v.21 (1924/25) "Who's Who In Architecture.", p. 438
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    Office: 1315 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA

     
  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 119, 1896
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 17, n. 07, p. 97, 2/12/1902
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 37, n. 03, p. 52, 1/18/1922
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 213, 1923
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  • Who's Who in Philadelphia. Philadelphia : Stafford's National News Service, 1920-1927. 3 v. , v. 3, p. 179, 1927
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    Office: 1315 Walnut St., Phila.

     
  • Franklin Institute Drawing School. Roll Book of the Drawing School, 1881-1889. (Franklin Institute Archives, Philadelphia)
     
  • Molitor, John. "Housing as a Part of the Work of a Local Health Department." National Housing Association Proceedings 5 (1916): 198-208 and in American Architect 110 (1916): 322, 325-326.
     
  • Molitor. Housing in Relation to Health and Morals. New York: 1917 (National housing Association Publication, no. 41)
     
  • Molitor. "How the Sesqui-Centennial Was Designed." American Architect 130 (5 November 1926): 265-274.
     
  • Obituary: American Art Annual, 25 (1928): 372.
     
  • Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art. Circular of the Committee on Instruction. Philadelphia: 1893/94, 1889/90, 1890/91, 1891/92, 1892/93, 1899/1900, 1902/03.
     
  • T-Square Club Exhibition Catalogue (1923): photo of the office of Cope & Stewardson from about 1899 - includes Molitor and future partner C. W. Churchman.
     
  • VonWagner, Johanna, "The Boarding-house," Architectural Review, 5 (January 1917): 29-35.
     

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Biographical Drawings, Photos, Papers, etc.

  • Membership records, American Institute of Architects Archives, Washington, DC
     
  • Application for Membership, Philadelphia Chapter, AIA (Photocopy, biography file, Athenaeum of Philadelphia).
     
  • Philadelphia City Archives, Record Group 140.3, Boxes 235, 236, and A231. (Sesqui-Centennial drawings and, in A231: pent house, s.w. turret, City Hall)
     
  • Sinkler Scrapbook, Athenaeum of Philadelphia.
     

 

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