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McKim, Mead, and White was a prominent architectural firm in the eastern United States at the turn of the twentieth century. The firm consisted of Charles McKim, William Mead, and Stanford White. McKim and White studied under Henry Hobson Richardson before forming their own firm. They were associated with the City Beautiful and Beaux Arts movements, which aimed to clean up the visual confusion of American cities and imbue them with a sense of order and noble formality.

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McKim, Mead and White Sites

* 998 Fifth Avenue (1910-12)
* 23 Park Avenue
* America's Society, 680 Park Ave (1906-1912)
* Bowery Savings Bank, 130 Bowery (1895)
* Cable Building, 611 Broadway (1892)
* Century Association Club House, 7 West 43rd St (1889-91)
* Church of the Ascension (interior alterations in 1889
* Columbia University - Morningside Campus (general design) and individual buildings: Brooks Hall, Casa Italiana (111-1161 Amsterdam, 1926-27), Hamilton Hall, Hewitt Hall, John Jay Hall, Low Memorial Library (1894-97), Philosophy Hall
* Colony Club (now American academy of Dramatic Arts), 120 Madison Ave (1904-1908)
* Cultural Services, Embassy of France, 972 Fifth Ave (1909)
* Goelet Building, Broadway and 20th (1885-86)
* Gorham Building, 390 5th Ave (1904-06)
* Farragut Monument, Madison Square Park
* First Presbyterian Church - Alexander Chapel (1893-94)
* Harry B. and Evelina Hollins Residence (later the Calumet Club, now the Consulate General of Argentina), 12-14 West 56th St (1899-1901)
* Harvard Club of New York, 27 West 44th St (1893-94)
* Hotel Pennslyvania (1919)
* James A. Farley Building / United States General Post Office, 8th Avenue at W 31st St (1908-13)
* James Hampden Robb and Cornelia Van Rensselaer Robb House, 23 Park Ave (1888-92)
* James J. and Josephine Goodwin Residence (now U.S. Trust Company), 9-11 West 54th St (1896-98)
* Joseph and Kate Pulitzer House, 11 East 73rd St (1900-03)
* Judson Memorial Church, 54-57 Washington Square South (1888-93, 1895-96)
* Lamb's Club (now Manhattan Church of the Nazarene), 130 West 44th (1903-05)
* Liggett Hall, Governors Island
* Madison Square Garden II (defunct)
* Merchant's Exchange, now Regent Wall Street Hotel (addition and interior redesign from 1904-1910)
* Metropolitan Museum of Art - north and south wings (1911)
* Municipal Building, 1 Centre St (1909-1915)
* Metropolitan Club, 1-11 East 60th St (1891-94)
* National City Bank (additions), 55 Wall Street (1907-1910)
* New York Herald Building (1894)
* New York Life Insurance Company Building - extension, 346 Broadway (commission taken over in 1894)
* New York Public Library, 115th Street Branch, 203 West 115th St (1907-09)
* New York Public Library, 135th Street Branch (now Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture), 103 West 135th St (1903-05)
* New York Public Library, Chatham Square Branch Branch, 31 East Broadway (1903)
* New York Public Library, Hamilton Grange Branch, 503 West 145th St (1905-06)
* New York Public Library, Tompkins Square Branch, 331 East 10th St (1904)
* Oliver D. and Mary Pyne Filley House (now the Spanish Institute), 684 Park Ave (1925-26)
* Pennsylvania Station (1910) (demolished)
* St. Bartholomew's Church (entrance portal)
* Pierpont Morgan Library (1906)
* Percy and Maud H. Pyne House (now Center for Inter-American Relations), 680 Park Ave (1906-12)
* Peter Cooper Monument, Cooper Square
* The Players (redesign), 16 Gramercy Park South (1888-89)
* Post Hospital, Governor's Island
* Racquet and Tennis Club, 370 Park Ave (1916-1919)
* Savoy-Plaza Hotel (1927) (demolished)
* Strivers Row, West 138th and West 139th between Powell and Douglass Blvds (1890)
* Thomas Benedict and Fanny Clarke House (now the Collectors Club), 22 E 35th St (1901-02)
* Town Hall, 113-123 W 43rd St (1919-21)
* University Club, 1 West 54th St (1896-1900)
* Washington Square Arch, Washington Square Park (1892)
* Villard Houses (later the Helmsley Palace Hotel, now the New York Palace Hotel), 451-457 Madison Ave and 24 East 51st St (1882-8)
* William H. and Ada S. Moore House, 4 East 54th St (1898-1900)

* 110 Livingston Street, former Elks Lodge, and former headquarters of the New York City Department of Education
* Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway (1893-1915)
* Grecian Shelter (also known as the Peristyle or Croquet Shelter), Prospect Park
* Lullwater Bridge, Prospect Park
* Maryland Monument, Lookout Hill, Prospect Park
* Parade Place, Lookout Hill, Prospect Park
* Park Circle entrance granite fixtures, Prospect Park
* Pergola, Parkside/Ocean Avenue entrance, Prospect Park
* Prison Ship Martyr's Monument, Fort Green Park
* Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch (alterations), Grand Army Plaza (1894-1901)

* Buildings at Adelphi University, Garden City, Nassau County, Long Island: Blodgett Hall, Levermore Hall, Woodruff Hall
* Buildings at Bronx Community College, Bronx, NYC:
Cornelius Baker Hall of Philosophy (1892-1912), Gould Memorial Library (1894-1999), Hall of Fame for Great Americans (1900-1901), Hall of Languages (1892-1895)
* Bronx Grit Chamber, 158 Bruckner Blvd, Bronx, NYC (1936-37)
* Francis W. Tracy Monument, Buffalo
* Garden City Hotel, Garden City, Nassau County, Long Island
* Metcalfe House, Buffalo
* Niagara Falls Power Co. / Edward Dean Adams Power Station, Buffalo Avenue, Niagara Falls
* Root House, Buffalo
* Vanderbilt Mansion and Pavilion, Hyde Park
* Williams-Pratt House, 690 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo
* Williams-Butler House, Delaware Avenue at North Street, Buffalo (1895-1898)

* John F. Andrews House, 32 Hereford Street
* Boston Public Library (1887-1895)
Shaw Memorial
* Fayweather Hall, Amerherst College, Amherst (1890)
* Naumkeag, Berskhires

* Faunce Hall (then Rockefeller Hall), Brown University, Providence
* Isaac Bell House, Newport (1881-1883)
* Newport Casino (Tennis Hall of Fame), Newport (1879-1880)
* Rhode Island State Capitol, Providence (1895-1903)
* Rosecliff, Newport

* Adams Memorial, Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington DC
* Agricultural Building at the World Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois (1893)
* Cocke Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
* Milwaukee County Courthouse, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (1931)
* Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota
* New York Life Building, 20 West 9th St, Kansas City, Missouri
* Old Cabell Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
* Olin Memorial Library, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
* Omaha National Bank, 17th and Farnam, Omaha, Nebraska
* Pennsylvania Station, Newark, New Jersey
* People's State Bank, Detroit
* Rouss Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
* University Cottage Club, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
* Waterbury Republican / Train Station tower, Waterbury, Connecticut
* West Wing of the White House, Washington DC

* Bank of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

* American Academy in Rome (Main Building), Rome (1913)

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