A partial list of Guastavino US sites

The works of the Guastavino Company are hidden in plain sight in hundreds of public spaces across the country. Here are some highlights, listed by state:


-- Emanu-el Temple, Birmingham, 1911


-- Scottish Rite Temple, Little Rock. 1922-23.


-- The Museum of Man, San Diego, 1915

-- Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 1926-1943

-- University of California, Berkeley, Hearst Building, 1906


-- Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court Building, Hartford, 1910

-- Yale University, Peabody Museum of Natural History, 1923-24


-- Florida State Supreme Court Building, Tallahassee


-- U.S. Custom House and Post Office, Brunswick


-- Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1927

-- University of Chicago, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, Chicago, 1925-28


-- Boston Public Library, Boston, 1889-1890

-- Forsyth Dental Infirmary (now owned by Museum of Fine Arts), Boston, 1912

-- Guastavino Factory Building (now Tocci Building Companies), Woburn, 1906-07

-- Harvard University, Widener Memorial Library, Cambridge, 1915


-- University of Michigan, Hutchins Hall, Ann Arbor, 1932


-- Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, 1914


-- Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, 1922-32


-- Atlantic City Convention Center, 1927-29

-- Drew University, Seminary Hall

-- Morristown Passenger Station, Morristown, 1913

-- Princeton University Chapel, 1925-28


-- Bronx Zoo, Elephant House, 1908

-- Buffalo City Hall, 1930-31

-- Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC, 1899-1940

-- Columbia University, St. Paul's Chapel, 1904-07

-- Ellis Island, Registry Hall, NYC, 1917

-- Temple Emanu-El, NYC, 1916

-- St. Bartholomew's Church, NYC, 1917-1921, 1929, 1930

-- Grand Central Terminal, Oyster Bay and Whispering Gallery, 1912

-- Lord and Taylor Building, Fifth Avenue, NYC, 1913-14

-- Riverside Church, NYC, 1930

-- Queensboro Bridge Underpass and Bridgemarket, 1917


-- Duke University Chapel, Durham, 1931


-- Cleveland Public Library, 1924


-- Franklin Institute Science Museum, Franklin Hall, Philadelphia, 1932-33

-- Carnegie Mellon University, various buildings, Pittsburgh, 1905-19


-- Vanderbilt Estate "The Breakers," Newport, 1894


-- Houston Belt and Terminal Railway Co. passenger station, 1911

-- Texaco Building, Houston, 1915


Arlington National Cemetery, Memorial Amphitheatre, Arlington, 1914-20

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Richmond, 1903


The Archives Building, 1933-34

District of Columbia War Memorial, 1931

National Academy of Sciences, 1923-24

Washington National Cathedral, 1956

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