Boston, Massachusetts: Bates, Kimball & Guild, 1891- 1921
The period covered initially by Arts:Search is 1903- 1908. Available soon.
Monthly. The Architectural Review was one of the leading
American architecture journals. It contained long,
well-illustrated reports on the latest work by U.S.
architects and architectural practices.
Each issue included a series of detailed plans of current
or recent architectural projects. The 1904 volume
contains a special feature on the Louisiana Purchase
Exposition in St. Louis. The Architectural Review
merged with American Architect in 1921.