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List of GTP clues. Those tinted have been included and usually illustrated on the different webpages coded by color -- orange for PA works from 1880-86, yellow, 1887-90, green, 1891-93, blue for 1894-1915, and purple for works outside PA. The rows still untinted require further research or photographs.

Last rev. = Tues., 30 May 06, 9pm.

Next adds: 16 Feb. 07: in gray. (not entered into website yet)


Philadelphia, Chestnut Hill




dwelling for Welsh

dwelling

Hotchkin AMG, p. 330, describes other Welsh props:

Samuel Welsh Jr.: E / Spring Bank, has enlgd house, "Kenilworth,"

Herbert Welsh res nr Wingohocking Sta

daus: Mrs James B Young, Mrs Geo Strawbridge, Mrs. Thos PC Stokes, Mrs. James Somers Smith



Bldg, 8 Oct., 1887












dwelling for Clement









Bldg, 8 Oct., 1887

?=BB 1894:
M/M Edward Clement, Manheim opp McKean

Philadelphia, Mt. Airy

7231 Boyer St.

Dwelling for Francis R. Church




JMD: like his father, ostensible GTP client at Penn & Knox, William Church, FRC worked for the Reading Railroad. The contractor was William Garvin. I don't know who the architect is.

?? Connection to other likely GTP – check.




NJ, Trenton




alts to St. Michael’s Episcopal Church




Damon Tvaryanas, Hunter Research, Trenton: “a mid-18th century building that was significantly expanded and altered during two 19th century building campaigns. The last of these expansions occurred in 1870 and was the work of George T. Pearson”







Philadelphia, Germantown

Wayne Av., 5329
corner W Penn St.




dwelling

house with doctor’s offices in back section;

Eye;

W. H. Scott owned.






Philadelphia, Germantown

McCallum St., 63xx
SW corner of Duval, across from 6341




dwelling

MJL proposes FF.

eye




Philadelphia, Germantown

McKean St., 4957




dwelling

rundown house, looks abandoned 5/06

eye




Philadelphia, Germantown

Greene St., 5217

Howell, Edward Isiah Hacker
mechanical engineer

dwelling

near Queen Ln; plans at HSP
1890 CD: h 4636 Germantown Av

1900 CD: h 5218 Germantown Av

1900 census: 5218


plans at HSP (2 sheets)




Philadelphia, Germantown

Greene St., 5222




dwelling

possibly GTP – photographed by JC







Philadelphia, Germantown

Greene St., 5340




dwelling

possibly GTP – photographed by JC

MFL, 1985, via JMD:

In 1985 Mark did research on this house for the owner, Mary Ann Rzpeski. I have copies of his report. The ownership of this house is as follows (Plan 49N6, Plots 166 and 209):

4 May 1880: Rosina M. Stadleman, widow of John to Edith R. Darrach, wife of William

1 July 1886: Edith R. Darrach to Annie Flavell, wife of Thomas

Thomas

Flavell was the owner, along with his brother George J., of a hosiery mill on Church Lane (old address no. 29). George lived at old no. 121 (probably now 124) W. Penn St.

According to Thomas' granddaughter who was still alive in 1985 and whom Mark spoke with, "5340 Greene St. was the old Stadleman house, remodeled and added to by Thomas Flavell -- front living room, dinning room and stairwell -- fire destroyed the north wall of the house and Thomas Flavell painted entire house."

Per JMD: Germantown Guide, 10 September 1887: "STRIKING IMPROVEMENTS”: “Not far from the above, on Greene street, below Coulter, next the substantial mansion of Councilman Gates, the former Stadleman dwelling has undergone a charming change within the past month or two. It is now owned by Mr. Flavel, manufacturer, and when finished will be on the gems of that fashionable neighborhood. George W. Baxter did the work for Mr. Church, and Joseph L. Carpenter is doing the latter."









Philadelphia, Germantown

Walnut Ln. W., 149




dwelling

possibly GTP – photographed by JC

eye. 80s alts




Philadelphia, Germantown

Walnut Ln. W., 143




dwelling

possibly GTP – photographed by JC
per 1900 census: BUTTON, Conyers

BDW, May 1890



“Mr. GTP, reports in hand alterations for the residence of Mr. Benton, on Walnut Lane, Germantown, in which an extension in Tiffany brick, and an entire roof construction is involved. The gables are of frame and carved work in German Style, with panels of narrow brick built in between the timbers. Glazed Spanish tiles are to be used on the roof.







Philadelphia, Mt. Airy

Germantown Av., 7047




dwelling

possibly GTP – photographed by JC

opposite the Garrett villa by T U Walter just above the Acme



per JMD: attribution for the house on Germantown Ave. just below Mt. Pleasant. I think that may be a Hazelhurst and Huckel. find the research on it at the GHS in Jefferson Moak's research notes for Mt. Airy portion of the Germantown Ave. National Register nomination.







Philadelphia, Mt. Airy

Upsal St. W., 229
# per 1900 census
bet. Pelham & Cherokee

Weygandt, Cornelius Nolen

(1832-1907) pres., Western National Bank



dwelling

house name: Uwchllan

illustration plate 86 of King’s views

JMD: Notes in diaries at Penn, latter part of 1887


King's Views, 1901

1887

Virginia, Roanoke







chapel




AABN 11/18/1882




Virginia, Roanoke







stores




AABN 11/18/1882




Virginia, Roanoke




Shenandoah Valley R.R.

offices

four stories

AABN 11/18/1882




Philadelphia, Germantown

Tulpehocken St. W., 224
# per 1900 census

Moore, Edward J.

banker


dwelling

1895 CD: Edward J. h 5015 Wayne

1900 CD: E J Moore & Co.

now Unitarian Universalist House


PHMC cultural resources database

1885-1902

Philadelphia, Germantown

Germantown Av., 5507-17 (West Market Square)

Market Square Presbyterian Church

Chapel, manse

White & Scott, Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia (1895): in 1882 a new manse was erected for $9,000; in 1884 a chapel was built in the rear for $16,000




1882, 1883-84

Philadelphia, Mt. Airy

Germantown Av., 7111, and 13 E Mt. Pleasant Av.

Mount Airy Presbyterian Church

church

Image at: http://www.brynmawr.edu/iconog/hotchkin/gmtach/2hk047.jpg

Hotchkin AMG

PHMC cultural resources database



1884-1901

Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr

Merion Ave. N., 229

Bryn Mawr College

dwelling

"Cartref," built as President's House, Bryn Mawr College

E. T. Cooperman, "Bryn Mawr College Building Inventory," Feb. 2002

1884-86

Pennsylvania, Ashbourne

Old York Rd., west side

Roelofs, H. H.

dwelling

major alts. attrib to GTP (by appearance, and fact that he was Stetson's son-in-law, JC)
per JC website: "RHYLLON"

image: http://www.brynmawr.edu/iconog/wh/n/roeh.jpg



Wells & Hope; Hotchkin, Old York Rd.

1885-86

Philadelphia, Germantown

School Ln., 168

# per 1900 census & CD



Scott, William H.
Allen, Lane & Scott

dwelling
(1910: alterations and/or additions)

East corner Schoolhouse Lane and Wayne [c. 5457 Wayne]

JMD: 5461 Wayne Ave.

alts to 1910 by GTP

Image at http://www.brynmawr.edu/iconog/wh/nw/scow.jpg
1895 CD

(and Wayne Ave.?)


1900 CD: Allen, Lane & Scott, printers

Germanopolis, 1908, says “Green St. & School Lane”



Artistic Country-

seats;


Sheldon; Wells & Hope

Building, 10/08/1887 PRERBG 07/06/1910

Germanopolis


1885-86

Philadelphia, Germantown

Penn St. E., 051

Willing, Selena

dwelling

1885 CD: Selena widow Charles, 10 E Penn

George H Penn n Hancock



Building, 10/08/1887




Philadelphia, West

Baltimore Av. & 44th

Merciful Savior Hospital
(Protestant Episcopal Church)

hospital

1885: main building

1886 chapel addition (has date stone)

1892: freestanding “Home of the Merciful Savior for Crippled Children,” now “Infant Friendship Center” on corner of Springfield & 45th

Westcott Scrapbooks, HSP, vol. 7, p. 71 [Aug. 1885]

GTP credited in clipping w/ new building of Home of the Merciful Saviour, 44th -45th and Baltimore, 39 x 42' deep, 3 stories, described, stone with brick, dining room parlors, below, wards above, connected with 1 story chapel, 23 x 42, expected to be completed March

1886. Ground is gift of Clarence H. Clark. [!]

from Builder & Decorator, June 1888:

BDW, June 1888

GTP is working on the designs for an addition to the house of the Merciful Savior, in the shape of a new building of stone, about 40 feet square and connected with the existing one by means of a cloister.


B&D 06/1888
PRERBG

6/11/1888

"new building, connected by cloister to Home of Merciful Saviour for Crippled Children"
PRERBG 05/11/1892


1885

Pennsylvania, Collegeville




Snyder, W. F.

cottage & stable

35x44, 40, 41

AABN 10/28/1882

1882

Pennsylvania, Fernwood




Bullock, W.B.

cottage

Delaware Co.

1894 Blue Book: William B. Bullock, 1731 Arch St., sum res, Yeadon [but listed in Fernwood at back.]



AABN 10/28/1882

1882

Pennsylvania, Fernwood




Mitchell, J. D.

cottage

Delaware Co.

AABN 10/28/1882

1882

Philadelphia




Strawbridge, George

dwelling alterations
$4,000

1894 BB: Dr Geo Strawbridge, Manheim, Gtn; 1899 atlas, across Manheim from Stoer (gone)

or

"The Wilderness" Wiss Ave & Frank



AABN 05/13/1882

1882

Philadelphia, Center

Broad St. S., 507
per 1895 CD: 509

(but says 507 on house now)



Lippincott, J. Dundas

dwelling

Now Unity Mission

AABN 04/22/1882

06/17/1882



1882

Philadelphia, Germantown




Williams, C. N.

stable

(stone)





AABN 10/28/1882

1882

Philadelphia, Germantown

School House Ln.

Lovering, J.S. Esq.

stone stable
$4,000

name not in 1885 CD, not in 1895 CD

1880 census: Joseph & Mary & same staff as 1900

1890 census: not there

1900 census: Mary Lovering, School Lane

1910 census: Mrs. Joseph Lovering, second house on School Lane


AABN 05/13/1882



1882

Philadelphia, Germantown

Tulpehocken St. E., 6200-6204 (double)

Morris, Galloway C.

dwelling alterations
$,4000

1885 CD: h Tulpehocken n Morton

1895 CD: living in Center City


JC says not 1882 – more like 1890

AABN 05/13/1882


1882

Philadelphia, Germantown

20 W. Tulpehocken St.

# per 1900 census



Harvey, Thomas S.

dwelling
stone and brick, $12,000

not in 1885 or 1895 or 1900 CD

1900 CD: no Thomases or Harveys on Tulpehocken


1900 census: Thomas S. Harvey, stockbroker, at 20 Tulpehocken

AABN 05/13/1882


1882

Philadelphia, Chestnut Hill

Stenton Av. & Gravers Ln.

Potter, William H.
lawyer

of Thomas Potter & Sons Co.



dwelling

insured June 1884

Image at: http://www.brynmawr.edu/iconog/hotchkin/gmtach/2hk063.jpg

1886 CD: h Townshipline n Gravers Ln

1890 CD: h Gravers La c Stenton Av

1900 CD: h Graver’s Ln c Stenton


Hotchkin AMG

Wells & Hope



1883
-1884

Virginia, Roanoke




Norfolk & Western R.R
General offices

offices

Image (large) at http://members.cox.net/oldroanoke/eleventhb.htm

Destroyed by fire.






1883

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