Tag Archives: Jack Colgan

Last of the Neighbor’s Trash

Here’s I think, the last of the rich vein of design related news from that stash of drawings I found last month. There are a set of product designs, most, seemingly related to specific projects, one looks simply like a … Continue reading

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Jack Colgan, Modern Architect

They really had to know how things fit together, down to the screws. I dug deeper into the pile of drawings and prints from my former neighbor’s portfolio. It seems like Mr. Colgan worked for a number of years in … Continue reading

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More Treasures from the Neighbors’ Cache

Lewis Bowman was a New York based architect prominent in the first quarter of the 20th Century. He worked across the country, and in a variety of historic European styles, but is most notable for his use of Jacobean and … Continue reading

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