Other A.J. Davis Sites

A.J. Davis. View N.W. at Blithewood, circa 1841, Avery Library at Columbia University.

PUBLIC ACCESSIBLE A.J. DAVIS SITES IN THE HUDSON VALLEY

Blithewood (original house and Gardeners Lodge (both demolished), 1836,  gatehouse (extant) 1841), Bard College, Annandale-on-the-Hudson

Bard College, Blithewood Avenue, Annandale-on-the-Hudson

website (exhibition): http//inside.bard.edu/archaeology/projects/gardeners_lodge/

Locust Grove, Poughkeepsie, NY (additions and remodeling c. 1851)

2683 South Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 454-4500
website: www.lgny.org

Lyndhurst (design c.1838, additions and remodeling c.1864-65)

35 South Broadway (Route 9)
Tarrytown, NY 10591
(914)631-4481

website (blog):  http://lyndhurst.wordpress.com/

Montgomery Place (remodeled by A.J. 1842-44, 1864-66)

River Road, Annandale-on-the-Hudson, New York

website: www.hudsonvalley.org

Newburgh Dutch Reformed Church, Newburgh, NY (design c. 1835)

132 Grand Street, Newburgh, NY

website:  www.newburghdrc.org

A.J. DAVIS SITES FURTHER AFIELD

Blandwood (additions and remodeling, c.1844)

447 West Washington Street Greensboro, NC

website:  www.blandwood.org/blandwood.html

Federal Hall (New York Custom House) (original competition winning design c. 1832,  Town & Davis)

26 Wall Street, New York, NY

website: www.nps.gov/feha/index.htm

Litchfield Villa, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY (design c. 1857)

website: www.prospectpark.org/about/history/historic_places/h_villa

The Octagon, Roosevelt (Blackwell’s Island), New York, NY (design c. 1834)

website: wikipedia article

Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT (design c. 1842)

website: www.thewadsworth.org

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