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  • Monochrome photos line the walls, recalling the Stanford White building's previous incarnation as home of the theatre industry's private club.

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  • For one night only, the installation created by celebrated French light sculptor Patrick Rimoux for the Centre de la Francophonie des Amériques in Quebec City will work its magic on 972 Fifth avenue, illuminating a New York City historical landmark designed by architect Stanford White, which is now the headquarters of the French Cultural Services in the United States.

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  • The arch, which was constructed to celebrate the centennial of George Washington 's inauguration and had its ribbon-cutting in 1895, was designed pro bono by Stanford White .

    Inside the Washington Arch

  • As for Stanford White, as it turns out, his skills with a pencil paid off in more ways than just a partnership in the leading firm of his day.

    J. Michael Welton: Drawing Like a House Afire

  • Stanford White modeled the arch after the Arc de Triomphe, though the Parisian version obviously suffers from the lack of the New York version's statues of George Washington at war and peace adorning the north side.

    Inside the Washington Arch

  • Comedian Dennis Miller has cut the price on his 3.8-acre Montecito, Calif., estate, which includes a 10,000-square-foot home designed in 1895 by Stanford White, by $2.5 million to $15 million.

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  • One often-overlooked fact about the late 19th-century architect Stanford White, known for his designs of Madison Square Garden and the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan, is that he never earned a college degree.

    J. Michael Welton: Drawing Like a House Afire

  • Comedian and television-radio personality Dennis Miller has cut the price on his 3.8-acre Montecito, Calif., estate, which includes a 10,000-square-foot home designed in 1895 by Stanford White, by $2.5 million.

    Private Properties

  • Mr. Green says his family has always believed it was designed by noted Gilded Age architect Stanford White, whose other projects included mansions for the Astors and Vanderbilts as well as the Washington Square Arch.

    Century-Old Throwback on Staten Island

  • Jim Bartsch Comedian and television-radio personality Dennis Miller has cut the price on his 3.8-acre Montecito, Calif., estate, which includes a 10,000-square-foot home designed in 1895 by Stanford White, by $2.5 million.

    Private Properties

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