Architects in Albany


Thirty-six architects—including Philip Hooker, Marcus T. Reynolds, Robert Gibson, Patrick C. Keely, Thomas Fuller, Henry H. Richardson, and Leopold Eidlitz—are profiled in this book copublished by the Historic Albany Foundation and Mount Ida Press. These designers and their firms played a major role in creating Albany's distinctive skyline and its handsome streetscapes. Some of the featured architects made Albany their longtime home, while others came to town to shape a single building. Together they created many of the churches, banks, government buildings, monuments, and private homes that have become important icons in the city of Albany.


Go back