Perspective of Temple Emanuel, Community Hall and Schoolhouse, Newton, Mass., 1952

Collection Type

  • Architecture

Date

1952

GUSN

GUSN-311128

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Description

This colored, perspective drawing depicts the Community Hall & Schoolhouse at Temple Emanuel in Newton, Mass. The buildings look like brick, and they are surrounded with small bushes. The drawing looks like is during the late autumn/winter season, because the trees are barren.

Details

Descriptive Terms

two-point perspectives (perspective views)
colored pencils
religion (discipline)
planning districts
two-point perspectives (perspective views)

Physical Description

22'' X 8'', colored pencil on paper

Collection Code

AR001

Collection Name

General architectural and cartographic collection

Reference Code

AR001.USMA.0800.002

Acquisition Type

Library & Archives Purchase

Credit Line

This was an Archives purchase.

Places

Newton (Middlesex county, Massachusetts)

Record Details

Originator

Krokyn & Browne Architects (Architect)

Material Type

two-point perspectives (perspective views)

Other Organizations

Krokyn & Browne Architects

Subjects

Architecture

Description Level

Item

Historical/Biographical Note

Historical/Biographical Note

The creators of the drawing, Krokyn and Brown Architects, was a firm comprising of Jacob Frederick Krokyn and Ambrose Amarie Browne. The firm was active ca. 1921-1957, until Krokyn went into partnership with his son, William Krokyn, and Browne went into practice with his son, Chester Browne.

Temple Emanuel, located in Newton, Mass was built in 1937 by Goldberg, Carey-Krokyn & Browne Company in the classical revival style.