Monday, January 16, 2012

'Laurel Court'

'Laurel Court', the Peter G. Thomson estate designed by James Gamble Rogers between 1902-1907 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Thomson was the founder of The Champion Coated Paper Co. Rogers was the nephew of his wife Laura Gamble Thomson. Click HERE for more on 'Laurel Court' and HERE to see the residence on bing.

Photos from Architectural Record, 1909.


The Devoted Classicist said...

James Gamble Rogers designed three very handsome buildings in Memphis. The jewel now known as the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art (original building) shares some similarities with this house. See also the beautifully maintained Harkness house in Manhattan.

waxing London said...

Very nice photos. I can look at them hours.