|Title||Plate with architectural drawing and plan of "Shops of the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co., Hoboken, N.J. Mr. H. Edwards-Ficken. Architect. N.Y." 1886.|
|Object Name||Drawing, Architectural|
|Collection||Hoboken Buildings & Real Estate Collection|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
Plate with architectural drawing and plan of "Shops of the Hoboken Land & Improvement Co., Hoboken, N.J. Mr. H. Edwards-Ficken. Architect. N.Y." as they appeared in American Architect & Building News, Feb. 20, 1886, Issue no. 530.
Single plate removed from the issue, folded at center, 12-11/16" wide x 9" high. Printed in color.
The architect Edwards-Fickens (probably at,19 West 22nd St., N.Y.) (His is more commonly indexed as H. Edward Fickens without the hyphen as seen on the plate.
The rendering of the facade of two buildings in a Dutch style with a driveway between them. Mostly two-stories, the group was planned at 220 feet long as stated in the first story plan at the top right.
Fickens, H. Edwards
|Year Range from||1886.0|
|Year Range to||1886.0|
Hoboken Land & Improvement Company