Monographs

Berlin: The City That Trees Built: Turning Land and Lumber Into Neighborhoods, Berlin, New Hampshire

 

 

"Chase Roy Whitcher: A Monograph"

This monograph was produced as mitigation for the demolition of the Portsmouth Armory, designed by Whitcher and built 1914-1916. Whitcher (1876-1940) was one of the leading and most successful architects of New Hampshire in the first half of the twentieth century, designing mostly institutional structures. The monograph combined original research and the research of other New Hampshire architectural historians to discuss his architectural practice and establish a list of commissions.

Whitcher Monograph


"Clifford Broker, Sr.: A Monograph of his Career as a Bridge Designer with the
New Hampshire State Highway Department, ca. 1933-ca. 1945"Broker_BW.jpg

This monograph was produced as mitigation for the removal of a reinforced concrete rigid-frame bridge designed by Broker in 1941 in Brentwood. Broker (1903-1992), a structural engineer, was active from the early 1930s to the 1980s, predominantly in New Hampshire but also in other parts of New England. The monograph concentrated on his career as a bridge designer with the New Hampshire State Highway Department.