Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Bibliography - Origins and Influences on Joel Roberts Ninde's Architecture

Allen County –Fort Wayne Historical Museum. “House of Convenience.”
Wildwood Magazine, Christmas 1914.

Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Museum. Greater Builders of Fort Wayne. 1926.

Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Museum. “Lafayette Place” Wildwood Magazine Spring 1915.

Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Museum. “The Story of Wildwood” Wildwood Magazine. n.d.

Allen County-Fort Wayne Historical Museum. Wildwood Magazine Autumn 1913 & Autumn 1916.

Allen County Public Library Indiana Collection. Wildwood Homes House Plans. n.d.

Amos, Harriett E. Cotton City: Urban Development in Antebellum Mobile. Tuscaloosa, AL: Univ. of Alabama Press, 2001. ISBN:08171311203

ARCH files. Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, February 8, 1914.

Arnold, Mawk. Interview August 2005.

City of Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne Indiana: Interim Report Indiana Historic Sites and Structures. 1996.

Devoe, Carolyn. March 15, 1998

Fort Wayne News Sentinel, “Obituary of Mrs. Willis Roberts” Thursday November 24, 1921.

Francis, Elisabeth W. and Moore, Ethel S. Lost Links. McQuiddy Printing Company, 1945.

Hawfield, Michael. “Suburban Living was a New Concept.” Fort Wayne News-Sentinel. October 22, 1994

J. A. G. “Joel Roberts Ninde” Wildwood Magazine, Summer 1916.

Genealogy of the Bolles Family in America. Henry W. Dutton, Boston 1865.

“Government Street Presbyterian Church” University of South Alabama Archives. Mobile, Alabama.

Grimmer, Anne E. The Southern Stucco Tradition, CRM Volume 14, no. 71991. n.d.

Gould, Elizabeth Barrett, From Builders to Architects The Hobart-Hutchison Six. Black Belt Press, Montgomery, Alabama. 1997.

Hamilton, Palmer Clarkston. InterviewAugust 10, 2005.

Historic Mobile Preservation Society. n.d.

Lopshire, Harold. ARCH. April 17, 1998 & May 1, 1998

McGehee, Tom. “The Magnificent Ketchums” Magnolia Messenger. September 2003.

Miller, Elizabeth “Beth” Condo (Mrs. Ron Miller). August 8, 2005.

Mobile Co. Probate Court Marriage Records n.d.

Mobile Public Library, Mobile, Alabama. History of Barton Academy. n.d.

Mobile Register, “City Hospital Dates Inception back 200 years” Sunday, March 11, 1925.

National Register of Historical Homes in Mobile. n.d.

Pillans, Daisy. “Elizabeth Henshaw “Daisy” Torrey Pillans Memoirs” February 11, 1936.

Quinn, Angie, “In Search of Joel Ninde.” ARCH News, March 1998.

Ray and Roy Isbell Records. n.d.

Selby, Timothy Brent Archeological Study. Atlanta, Georgia n.d.

St. John’s Episcopal Church Archives. Mobile, Alabama. n.d.

Staff Review of Local Historic District Petition - Petitioner Steven J. Nagy

Tatum George, “Little School Taught by Mrs. Croom Remains.” Press Register Sunday. July 8, 1963.

“The Descendants of Dr. Willis Roberts & Asenath Alexander.”

Trinity Episcopal Church Archives. Mobile, Alabama. n.d.

Smith, Kreager. Staff Review of Historic District Application, Case: HPRB 12-15-97LHR. December 15, 1997.

Williams, Lauren Patten. Interview August 2005.

The Magazine Antiques.New York: Straight Enterprises, Inc., vol. CXII, no. 3), Sept 1977, p. 466

U. S. Census Mobile, Alabama. 1840 census, 1850 census, 1860 census, 1870 census, 1880 census, 1890 census, 1900 census, 1920 census.

University of South Alabama Archives. Mobile Alabama.

Van Antwerp, Mary. August 8, 2005.

Velma and Stephens G. Croom Collection: “Recollections from Miss Laura Pillans.” South Alabama Archives. July 5, 1962.

Venderly, Nancy. “Ninde Homes a Vision of Turn-of-Century.” Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, People Section, Southwest, October 21, 1997.

Zuber Connie Has. “Ninde’s Homes Inspired Love at First Sights.” Fort Wayne News Sentinel, June 27, 1987.

Additionally biographies are listed on the assigned blogs.  These blogs were added after information was discovered after 2008 update.

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