Photographic Survey of Architecture

February 10-February 24, 1924

A photographic survey of architecture from ancient to modern times through the generosity of the Indianapolis Public Library, the St. Louis Public Library, the Cleveland Public Library, the Indiana University Library, and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Exhibit includes photographs of architecture from the time of Chaldean ruins to New York skyscrapers of the twentieth century. This range of time is represented by American Assysrian, Austrian, Belgina, Chinese, Dutch, East Indian, English, Egyptian, French, German, Greek, Italina, Persian, Roman and Romanesque, Saracenic, Spanish, Swiss, and Turkish architecture.

Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN