Nunn-Winston Home, 1850-1934
Architectural drawings; Watercolors; Houses; Dwellings; Doors & doorways; Windows; Shutters; Porches; Columns; Roofs; Chimneys; Moldings; Women; Trees; Landscapes (Representations)
This image is a watercolor painting of the Nunn-Winston Home, also known as the Neva-Winston House, in Auburn, Alabama done by W.C. Baker, Jr. in 1934. The house was built in 1850. The painting shows the front exterior of the home with its double doors, windows, shutters, columned porch, steps, sloped roof, and chimneys flanked by trees and landscaping. There is a woman in period dress standing by the door. The house is placed within framing art showing its architectural features including a floor plan and a close-up of the columns and the molding under the roof. In the lower right corner, there is an Alabama Polytechnic Institute School of Architecture stamp with the handwritten inscription "1st H. Mention"? and a sticker which reads: "W.C. Baker, Jr., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, measured problem, major problem no." The painting is in excellent condition and is encapsulated.
Baker, W. C., Jr. (rendering)
Auburn University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives Dept. Architecture, School of -- Architectural Renderings Student Projects
Auburn University Libraries
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City of Auburn: http://www.auburnalabama.org/parks/Default.aspx?PageID=663 ; Panoramio: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/9204425
Auburn -- Lee County -- Alabama ; 520 Chadwick Lane, Kiesel Park (moved from South Gay Street), Auburn, Lee County, AL
Still Image Item Type Metadata
96 x 143 cm