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Published Biographical References

  • Lee, Antoinette J. Architects to the Nation: The Rise and Decline of the Supervising Architect's Office. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000., p. 244
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  • American Art Annual. v.21 (1924/25) "Who's Who In Architecture.", p. 485
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 86-87, 1901
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 19, n. 25, p. 385, 6/22/1904
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    Office: 251 South 4th St.

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 19, n. 25, p. 385, 6/22/1904
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    Office: 251 South 4th St., 1st floor

     
  • Baltimore Architectural Club Yearbook, p. 26, 1907
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    Office: 251 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, PA

     
  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 32, n. 45, p. 723, 11/7/1917
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  • Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 33, n. 14, 4/3/1918
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  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, 1931
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    Membership: T-Square Club, Member

     
  • 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. 991, 1939
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    Office: Architects Building, Philadelphia, PA

     
  • AIA/T-Square Yearbook, 1949
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    Membership: Philadelphia Chapter, AIA, Corporate Member

     
  • National Cyclopedia of American Biography. v.45, p. 138.
     
  • Obituary: Journal of the American Institute of Architects (July 1955): 15-17; New York Times (27 September 1954); Philadelphia Evening Bulletin (27 September 1954); Planning and Civic Comment 20 (December 1954): 71.
     
  • University of Pennsylvania. Architectural Alumni Society. The Book of the School. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1934, p.153.
     
  • Zantzinger, C. C. "The Architecture of Old Philadelphia. Address of C. C. Zantzinger at the 121st Annual Meeting of the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, held February 4, 1935." Philadelphia: The Athenaeum, 1935.
     
  • Zantzinger, C. C. "The Creation of Fairmount." PMA Bulletin 61 (Fall 1965/Winter 1966): 287-288.
     
  • Zantzinger, C. C. "In Memory of Paul Philippe Cret." Journal of the American Institute of Architects 10 (September 1948): 109-111.
     
  • Zantzinger. "XIII International Congress of Architects: A Report." The Octagon 7 (November 1935): 3-6.
     
  • Zantzinger. "Preliminary Competititon, U.S. Custom House and Post Office, New Orleans, La." American Architect and Building News 93:2 (April 1908): plate, plans.
     

Biographical Drawings, Photos, Papers, etc.

  • Signed Prints of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Athenaeum of Philadelphia - General Collection - Prints
    Call Number: 001-PRL-035
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  • Biography file, University of Pennsylvania Archives, Philadelphia.
     
  • Membership records, American Institute of Architects Archives, Washington, DC (10 boxes of materials indexed by box; Papers relating to AIA Committee on Education, AIA Committee on Foreign Relations, Warren P. Laird, AIA "Significance of Fine Arts")
     

 

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