Definition of John Merven Carrere
1. Noun. United States architect who with his partner Thomas Hastings designed many important public buildings (1858-1911).
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1. Catalogue by Yale University, Columbia university, Hokkaido University (1907)
"John Merven Carrere, AIA WALTER COOK, AIA FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED, JR., Charles Eliot Professor of Landscape Architecture in Harvard University. ..."
2. Catalogue of the Works of Art Belonging to the City of New York by New York (City). Art Commission (1920)
"... a sculptured panel depicting a drapery on which is the following INSCRIPTION TO THE MEMORY OF John Merven Carrere 1858-1911 Given to the City in 1916. ..."
3. Annual Report of the American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society to by American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society (1912)
"... of my late partner, John Merven Carrere, whose executive and administrative ability have so largely contributed to the architecture of this building. ..."
4. The Worker and His Work: Readings in Present Day Literature Presenting Some by Stella Stewart Center (1920)
"John Merven Carrere. 14. George Washington Goethals. B. Some suggestions for theme subjects: 1. Grandmother's Cook-Book. 2. ..."
5. The Britannica Year Book by Hugh Chisholm (1913)
"John Merven Carrere, architect, died in New York City from injuries received in a cab accident, March j, 1911. He was born in Rio dc Janeiro, Brazil, ..."
6. Legislative Document by New York (State). Legislature (1920)
"... back of the exedra is inscribed : JOHN MERVEN" CARRERE In Memory of 1858 1911 The memorial was presented to the city by Mr. Joseph H. Freedlander, ..."
7. The Statutes at Large, the United States from by United States, United States Dept. of State (1891)
"William Gray, administrator of William Gray, junior, three thousand four hundred and thirty dollars ; John Merven Carrere and David Stewart, ..."