Call for Information on architect Charles S. Keefe

13 Jul 2016 3:42 PM | Christine R Henry (Administrator)
Charles S. Keefe in Kingston, 1905. Image courtesy of Friends of Historic Kingston. William Rhoads is writing a study of Charles S. Keefe (1876-1946), an architect with offices in Kingston, NY, and New York City.  He was best known as a designer of small Colonial Revival houses and publishing THE AMERICAN HOUSE (1922) and editing a revised edition of THE GEORGIAN PERIOD (1923).  Many of his drawings and some correspondence are preserved by the Friends of Historic Kingston. Leading architectural journals published his houses as well as his letters complaining about the editor's preference for modern designs. Rhoads would be grateful for information about Keefe's life and work, including unpublished or obscurely published works.

Bill Rhoads
Professor Emeritus of Art History
SUNY New Paltz
rhoadsw@hawkmail.newpaltz.edu

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