Babb, Cook and Willard
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Babb, Cook and Willard was a New York City-based architectural firm that designed many important homes and commercial buildings. The Principals of the firm were George Fletcher Babb (1836–1915), Walter Cook (1843–1916), and Daniel W. Willard.
- Andrew Carnegie Mansion, 2 East 91st Street, New York City, designed to be "most modest, plainest, and most roomy house in New York"
- New York Life Insurance Building, Montreal, which was the tallest building in the province of Quebec from 1888 to 1908
- "The Clearing", a Colonial Revival estate house built around 1889 for John Hornor Wisner, a merchant in the China trade, at what is now the Reeves-Reed Arboretum
- Devinne Press Building, built 1885–1886, listed on the National Register of Historic Places
- About six of 39 Carnegie libraries built in New York City
- Frederick B. Pratt House, in Brooklyn, New York, completed in 1898 in a neo-Georgian style
- Charles Atwater House at 321 Whitney Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut, a significant Shingle style house in the Whitney Avenue Historic District
- Woodrow W. Wilkins and Jonathan B. Conant (July 27, 1964). "Atwater-Ciampolini House, 321 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, New Haven County, CT". Historic American Buildings Survey. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.
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