Additional Sources

To learn more about William Robert Ware and the development of architectural education in the United States and abroad, check out the following sources and visit MIT's School of Architecture and Planning on the Web.

Chafee, Richard. "The Teaching of Architecture at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts." The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Ed. Arthur Drexler. New York, Cambridge, MA: Museum of Modern Art, distributed by MIT Press, 1977.

Chewning, John A. "William Robert Ware and the Beginnings of Architectural Education in the United States, 1861-1881." PhD Dissertation, MIT, 1986.

Floyd, Margaret Henderson. Architectural Education and Boston: Centennial Publication of the Boston Architectural Center, 1889-1989. Boston: The Center, 1989.

Goodhart-Rendel, H. S. English Architecture Since the Regency. London: Constable, 1953.

Hennessy, William J. "The Architectural Works of Henry Van Brunt." PhD Dissertation, Columbia University, 1979.

Katz, Harry L. A Continental Eye: The Art and Architecture of Arthur Rotch. Boston: Boston Athenaeum, distributed by Northeastern University Press, 1985.

Shillaber, Caroline. Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Planning 1861-1961: A Hundred Year Chronicle. Cambridge: MIT, 1963.

Ware, William R. An Outline of a Course of Architectural Instruction. Boston: J. Wilson and Sons, 1866.

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