Edward Tuckerman Potter
Edward Tuckerman Potter (September 25, 1831 in Schenectady, New York – December 21, 1904 in New York, New York) was an American architect best known for designing the 1871 Mark Twain House in Hartford, Connecticut. With his half-brother William Appleton Potter, he also designed Nott Memorial Hall (1858–79) at his alma mater, Union College, Schenectady, New York. Both the Mark Twain House and Nott Memorial Hall are National Historic Landmarks.
- Mark Twain House, 351 Farmington Ave. Hartford Connecticut, 1871
- Nott Memorial Hall, Union College campus Schenectady NY, 1858-1879
- Additions to the Christ Episcopal Church, Reading, Pennsylvania, early 1860s
- Church of the Good Shepherd and Parish House, 155 Wyllys St. Hartford CT, 1867
- All Saints Memorial Church, 674 Westminster Street, Providence, Rhode Island, 1869–72
- Library at Armsmear in Hartford, Connecticut
- Church of the Holy Innocents Willow Ave. and 6th St. Hoboken New Jersey, 1872
- Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 121 W. 12th St. Davenport Iowa, 1873
- St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, One Hudson St. Yonkers NY, additions to the facade, 1874
- One or more buildings in Downtown Main Street Historic District, Roughly bounded by Main St., Governor St., Chapman Pl., and Burnside Ave. East Hartford CT
- St. James Episcopal Church, NE corner of MacArthur and Broadway Lewiston IL
- St. John's Episcopal Church (East Hartford, Connecticut), 1160 Main St. East Hartford CT
- St. Paul's Memorial Episcopalian Church and Rectory, 225 St. Paul Avenue, Staten Island, New York 10304
St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church, Yonkers, New York
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Davenport, Iowa
Nott Memorial interior, Schenectady, New York
Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, Connecticut
St. James Episcopal Church, Lewistown, Illinois
St. John's Episcopal Church, East Hartford, Connecticut
Church of the Holy Innocents, Hoboken, New Jersey
All Saints Memorial Church, Providence, Rhode Island
- Austin N. O'Brien (June 1982). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2010-12-24.
- New York Times, December 22, 1904, p.9, "Edward T. Potter Dies."
- National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
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