Source: Official Views of Pan-American Exposition
Source type: book
Document type: photograph
Document title: “Temple of Music”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): unknown
Author(s): Arnold, C. D.
Publisher: Matthews-Northrup Works
Place of publication: Buffalo, New York
Year of publication: 1901
|Arnold, C. D. “Temple of Music.” Official Views of Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo: Matthews-Northrup Works, 1901: [unnumbered plate].|
|full image of photograph|
|Temple of Music (photographs).|
|Isidore Konti [in notes].|
The descriptive text accompanying the caption reads as follows: “The architecture of the Temple of Music is most ornate, and its effectiveness is increased by the sculptural groups, by Isidore Konti, over the four pediments, and the elaborate color scheme. The architects of the Temple of Music are Esenwein & Johnson. It has a dome 180 feet high, and an organ which cost $15,000. Its seating capacity is 22,000 [sic].”
Title herein taken from caption.
C. D. Arnold is both photographer and book author.
Image courtesy of Google Books.