Cass Gilbert Society

Image Resources

Image Resources

Please note that links listed below are maintained by other organizations. Clicking on a link will direct you outside the Cass Gilbert Society Website. Please be aware that we cannot control or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of this outside information.


Arkansas Secretary of State. "Pictures of the Capitol."


Jerry Dougherty. Jerry Dougherty's online collection of photographs features interior and exterior images of Waterbury landmarks, including Gilbert's City Hall and Chase Brass & Copper Building.


Jim Steinhart. Jim Steinhart is a travel photojournalist and the founder of, an online compendium of "visual essays" of locations all around the globe, with an emphasis on North America. He has documented thousands of buildings, including many of Cass Gilbert's works: Cass Gilbert Master page


John Lightfoot. "Metals Bank Building: Butte Montana." (film). Artists Apollonia Morril and John Lightfoot collaborated on the website It features footage of the Metals Bank Building when it was vacant and neglected.


Mary Ann Sullivan. "Digital Imaging Project" Bluffton University. Professor emerita Mary Ann Sullivan has published thousands of photographs of buildings of historic significance, including: the Arkansas State Capitol; the Allen Memorial Museum; the St. Louis Art Museum and more.


Minnesota Historical Society Visual Resources Database. Literally thousands of historical images are available online, thanks to the ongoing efforts of the Minnesota Historical Society.


"A Moving Monument: the West Virginia State Capitol." (documentary)


Northern Pacific Railway Historical Association, "Depot Photos of the NP: Bismarck."


New York City Architects. "Cass Gilbert."


New York Public Library. Digital Gallery. Cass Gilbert search.,%20Miriam%20and%20Ira%20D...&rCol=%2526quot%253BThe%2520Pageant%2520of%2520America%2526quot%253B%2520Photo%2E%2E%2E&s=3&notword=&d=&c=&f=&k=0&num=0&imgs=20&pNum=


Geoffrey Blodgett's photos of the Allen Memorial Art Museum.


Virtual Tourist. "Northern Pacific Depot"