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Gems of American Architecture, 1936 by William Royal Geer

Gems of American Architecture, 1936 by William Royal Geer

Click on images to go to copies of the booklets.

They Go Modern, 1936 by Russell E. Oakes

They Go Modern, 1936 by Russell E. Oakes

Johns, The Outhouse Beautiful, 1952 by Frank O’Beirne

Johns, The Outhouse Beautiful, 1952 by Frank O’Beirne

The Passing of the Backhouse, 1929 by James Whitcomb Riley

The Passing of the Backhouse, 1929 by James Whitcomb Riley

Greetings-from-Santa Same Old Crap 1940s Post Card

Same Old Crap

Link To selling a roll of toilet paper
on eBay for $35

This website has been prepared by Statler Gilfillen, Architect MBA. He has over 20 years of experience in planning, development, architecture, construction, teaching and business, been a University Professor, Operations Manager for a major Boston architectural firm and maintained his own architectural practice for over 12 years with a staff of 14. His work has varied from acting as the lead Architect for the 7 million dollar renovations at the Kennedy Space Center to historic preservation. He has worked for major developers, corporations, and known clients for large-scale multifamily, medical, retail, high-rise, commercial, and single-family residential. He is fully versed in the public process and the demands of the private sector. He is specifically qualified in historic preservation and accessible design. For many years, he traveled and studied in Europe. He brings a global concept of planning, architecture and business. He believes that good design must meet clients needs, environmental demands and fit visually into the setting. In 2007, he settled his young family in Hillsborough, NC from Piran, Slovenia. One of his passions is collecting books and related material of Architecture, Technology and Art.

Additional sites by Statler can be found at:
GilfillenArchitects Professional Web Site
StatlerProjects Ongoing restoration work on early farm
The European Grand Tour 1896
Once upon a time

Chatham Park Review and comments about the largest urban project in NC history.

Please respect that the digital images were created by Statler Gilfillen Architect.
Before using images or with questions and comments, please contact me at: statler@outlook.com

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