Dedicated to an era long gone featuring architectural photographs of houses, hotels, apartment and office buildings, civic institutions and more...many of which are no longer standing.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
The William B. Dickson Estate
The William B. Dickson estate designed by Frank E. Wallis c. 1903 in Montclair, New Jersey. Dickson was a vice-president of U.S. Steel and later president of the New Jersey Employers' Liability Commission. He was a founder of the Montclair Art Museum. It appears the residence has since been demolished.