A Guide to the Noland and Baskervill, Residence for Samuel Bachrach, 2003 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 1906 Noland and Baskervill, Residence for Samuel Bachrach, 2003 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 42638

A Guide to the Noland and Baskervill, Residence for Samuel Bachrach, 2003 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 1906

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 42638


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Repository
The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
42638
Title
Noland and Baskervill, Residence for Samuel Bachrach, 2003 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, 1906
Physical Characteristics
5 blueprint sheets, 83 x 100 cm. and smaller.
Creator
Noland and Baskervill (Richmond, Va.)
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Noland & Baskervill, Residence for Samuel Bachrach, 2003 Monument Avenue, Accession 42638. Business records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Mark Webb, Richmond, Virginia, 9 March 2006.

Alternative Form Available

Tiff files scanned to CD # 163.


Biographical Information

The firm Noland & Baskervill included William Churchill Noland (1865-1951) and Henry Eugene Baskervill (1867-1946). Noland, a native of Hanover County, Virginia, recieved his architectural training abroad. After working with Cope & Stewardson of Philadelphia, he began his own practice in Roanoke, Virginia, in 1891. Prior to establishing his own practice, Noland worked in the offices of Marion J. Dimmock. Henry Baskervill, a native of Richmond, studied at Cornell University, and became Richmond City Engineer ca. 1895. Noland and Baskervill formed their partnership in 1897 and won many important commissions, including the restoration and remodel of the Virginia State Capitol (with Noland & Baskervill, Fry & Chesterman, 1902-1906), Temple Beth Ahabah (1902-1094), and Negro Pavillion, Memorial Hospital (St. Phillip's Hospital) (1917-1920). The Noland & Baskervill firm ceased upon Noland retirement in 1917.

Scope and Content

This accession consists of five sheets of blueprint architectural drawings depicting floor plans, elevations, and sections for the residence of Samuel Bachrach at 2003 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Virginia. The drawings were executed by the firm of Noland and Baskervill. The dwelling is designed in the Renaissance Revival style.