奖多多彩票平台-奖多多彩票登录-app下载



FEATURED

Bailey House

In 1854, the same year the Nebraska Territory was created, Richard Brown founded the town that bears his name on picturesque terrain adjacent to the Missouri River. Here he established a ferry service that spurred the growth of the community as a major steamboat landing, overland freighting terminus, and river crossing for westward-bound settlers. Brownville was the first Nebraska community provided with a telegraph link to the eastern United States. The opening of a U.S. Land Office here in 1857 further enhanced the town’s status. Brownville’s population exceeded 2000 residents by the early 1870s making it one of Nebraska’s largest and most prosperous communities... more

Hearst Memorial Mining Building

The construction of the Hearst Memorial Mining Building came at a pivotal moment in the organization of the University of California, Berkeley campus. At the time of the building’s design in 1901, John Galen Howard had been appointed supervising architect for the entire campus and director of the newly formed School of Architecture. That same year, Benjamin Ide Wheeler was appointed chancellor of the university. With his background as a classical scholar, Wheeler viewed Berkeley as the “Athens of the West” and oversaw the construction of a number of buildings with this vision in mind... more

Tempe Municipal Building

The Tempe Municipal Building is a striking example of modern architecture and a tangible testament to a community’s commitment to city center revitalization. Nowhere was the post–World War II building boom and population explosion more dramatic than in the Phoenix metropolitan area, especially in Tempe, due to its central location and its association with the rapidly expanding Arizona State University. By 1968, Tempe had outgrown its undersized and deteriorating city hall, a Classical Revival structure from 1914... more

Mansfield Art Center

The Mansfield Art Center, designed by Cleveland architect Don M. Hisaka, is a modest building created on a modest budget that presents a decidedly sculptural form in a wooded setting for the display and teaching of art. Commissioned by the Mansfield Fine Arts Guild, Inc., the total cost for the project was $270,357. The land for the art center was donated by Clara Louise Black, a trustee of the center. Her father, Frank Black, was a leading Mansfield industrialist and founder of the Ohio Brass 奖多多彩票登录, an important local industry during the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries... more

, ,

友情链接:659乐彩网 a彩平台注册 乐彩彩票官网 上海11选5 上海快三走势图 乐彩彩票官网 乐购彩票官网 内蒙快三