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Published Biographical References

  • King, Moses. Philadelphia and Notable Philadelphians. New York: Blanchard Press, Isaac H. Blanchard Co., 1901., p. 86
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  • American Art Annual. v.21 (1924/25) "Who's Who In Architecture.", p. 458
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 10, n. 15, p. 01, 4/10/1895
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 13, n. 20, p. 305, 5/18/1898
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 17, n. 18, p. 274, 4/30/1902
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  • Kidney, Walter. The Architecture of Choice: Eclecticism in America, 1880-1930. New York: George Braziller, 1974, illus. # 38: "A student's solution to a problem posed to a third-year class at M.I.T. in 1890: 'An arched entrance for a public builidng.' Edgar V. Seeler, designer and renderer."
  • Noffsinger, James Philip. "The Influence of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts on the Architecture of the United States." Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University, 1955.
  • Obituary: American Art Annual 27 (1930): 418; New York Times (27 September 1929)
  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Architectural Exhibition. Philadelphia: 1894/95 and 1895/96.
  • Reps, John W. Monumental Washington: The Planning and Development of the Capital Center. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1967, p. 88-89, n. 27.
  • Seeler, E. V. "The Monumental Grouping of Government Buildings in Washington." American Architect and Building News 70 (29 December 1900): 99-100.
  • Seeler. "The Relations of Specialists to Architects." American Architect and Building News 87 (11 February 1905): 46-47.
  • Seeler. "Walter Cope, Architect." Architectural Review 9 (1902): 289-300.
  • Who Was Who in America, 1897-1942, p. 1101.

Biographical Drawings, Photos, Papers, etc.

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