Wells, Joseph Merrill

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Wells, Joseph Merrill (d. 1890). Member of the office of McKim, Mead, & White, responsible for introducing a revival of the Italian High Renaissance style to the firm from 1879. Early examples include the Villard Houses, Madison Avenue, New York (1882), and the Public Library, Boston, Mass (1888–95).

Bibliography

Roth (ed.)(1973, 1983);
R. G. Wilson (1983)