- Lamb and Rich
Hugh Lamb and Charles Alonzo Rich were partners in the
New York City architecturefirm of Lamb & Rich, which operated from 1880to 1899. Some of the buildings they designed that are known today are "Sagamore Hill," Theodore Roosevelt's country house in Oyster Bay, Long Island; the main building of Barnard Collegein Manhattan(Milbank, Brinckerhoff, and Fiske Halls); Main Building at Pratt Institutein Brooklyn; John M. Greene Hall at Smith Collegein Northampton, Massachusetts(and four others there); and "Copshaholm," James D. Oliver's house in South Bend, Indiana. Most of the firm's projects were located within commuting distance of Manhattan, with a significant cluster in New Hampshire, especially at Dartmouth College.
*Scott Meacham, "The Buildings and Projects of Lamb & Rich, Architects, and Related Firms, 1876-1935" (2004) (http://www.dartmo.com/rich/buildings.html).
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