A. Page Brown
architect ; b. October 19, 1859; d. January 21, 1896.
He was educated at Cornell University. After working for three years in the office of McKim, Mead, and White (New York City) he spent two years in Europe. On his return he designed the Art Museum and several other buildings for Princeton University. He is best known by the California state building which he designed for the World's Fair in 1893. He designed several important buildings in California.
Georg von Dollmann, Herrenchiemsee (Bavaria: 1878-85).
House on Girard Avenue