Singapore: United States Consulate General Office Building [PROPOSAL WITH 18 SILVER GELATIN PRINTS]
by Jones, A. Quincy; Frederick E. Emmons & Associates (Architects, Los Angeles, CA); James W. Ferrie (Associate architect, Singapore)
Singapore: Published by the authors, 1956. First edition. Softcover. vg. Folio. , 37, 9 leaves. Original spiral bound transparent thick plastic over printed wrappers, with original photograph pasted on front cover. A unique architectural proposal for a larger, more efficient modern United States Consulate General Office Building in Singapore. Includes elevations, perspectives, plans, sections, sketches, tracings, blueprints, and photostats, as well as 18 original silver gelatin prints. Unfortunately, even if a new American Consulate would later become reality, this architectural project remained unrealized. Fourteen of the original photographs are images of the architectural model of the American Consulate (of which two are in color). The four additional photographs are buildings adjacent to the site. Upper part of spiral binding missing. Otherwise, leaves and silver gelatin prints in very good condition.
(Inventory #: 40287)
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