Hornblower & Marshall
Hornblower & Marshall was a Washington, D.C.-based architectural firm that was a partnership between Joseph Coerten Hornblower (1848-1908) and James Rush Marshall (1851-1927). The firm designed numerous substantial government and other buildings, a number of which have been listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
For example, the partnership won a competition with its design for the monumental, Beaux-arts style U.S. Custom House of Baltimore, Maryland, that was built in 1903 and which served as a Custom House until 1953.
Other works by the firm include:
- Engine Company 23, 2119 G, NW., Washington, D.C., NRHP-listed
- Fraser Mansion, completed in 1890, 1701 20th St., NW., Washington, D.C., NRHP-listed, a brick and pink granite
- Samuel Hill House, 814 E. Highland Dr., Seattle, Washington, NRHP-listed
- Lothrop Mansion, 2001 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D.C., NRHP-listed
- Maryhill, SW of Goldendale on U.S. 197, Goldendale, Washington, NRHP-listed
- Duncan Phillips House, 1600–1614 21st St., NW., Washington, D.C., NRHP-listed
- U.S. Custom House, 40 S. Gay St., Baltimore, Maryland, NRHP-listed
- U.S. Marine Corps Barracks and Commandant's House, 8th and I Sts., SE, Washington, D.C., NRHP-listed
- National Museum of Natural History
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