|American Architecture: 1700 to 1799|
Some of the famous buildings of eighteenth-century America featured in Great Buildings Online: images, architects, commentary and sources.
|American Jewish Sites Database|
The International Survey of Jewish Monuments provides a searchable database of information on historic Jewish sites in North America, including synagogues, cemeteries and houses.
|American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920|
A collection of 2,800 lantern slides from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, housed by the Library of Congress. Views of cities, specific buildings, parks, estates and gardens.
|Built in America|
The Library of Congress Historic American Buildings Survey and Historic American Engineering Record. Searchable database of images.
|Digital Archive of American Architecture|
Images of American architecture from 1620 to the present by Prof. Jeffery Howe of Boston College.
|How to Research Architecture|
A beginner's guide by the New York Public Library, particularly relevant for users of that library and buildings in New York.
|Mission 66 Visitor Centers|
Christine Madrid discusses and illustrates the visitor centers built in US national parks 1956-1966 as examples of early modern, distinctly American architecture.
|National Register of Historic Places|
The official site provides a searchable database of properties on the Register, information on listing, virtual tours of historic sites, resources for teaching, and order form for its publications.
|Paper Models of Buildings|
Bruce Roffi displays his models of some historic American buildings alongside photographs and brief histories of the originals.
|Researching the History of Your House|
A bibliography and links provided by David L. Langenberg for the American Library Association's Reference and User Services Association, History Section.