Van Campen Taylor
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Benjamin Van Campen Taylor (1846–1906) was an late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American architect.
- Winants Hall (1890) at Rutgers University's Queen's Campus, was the college's first dormitory building.
- A home built for decorative arts designer, landscape painter and shipping heir Lockwood De Forest (1887) in New York City’s Greenwich Village presently houses the Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at New York University.
- A home built for jewelry maker Charles L. Carrington (1885) in Newark, New Jersey.
- Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Paths to Historic Rutgers: A Self-Guided Tour. Retrieved 6 September 2013.
- White, Norval; Willensky, Elliot; and Leadon, Fran. AIA Guide to New York City (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2010), 146.
- Miller, Tom. "The Lockwood De Forest House - No. 7 East 10th Street" in Daytonian in Manhattan: The stories behind the buildings, statues and other points of interest that make Manhattan fascinating (architectural history blog) (29 April 2011). Retrieved 6 September 2013.
- "House for Mr. Charles L. Carrington, Newark, N.J., Mr. Van Campen Taylor Architect" in American Architects and Building News (August 1885).
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