Frank J. Nies

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Frank J. Nies was an American architect. He is best known for having designed numerous Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad stations, at least fifteen of which have been listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (with attribution below as given in NRHP):[1] He sometimes worked with the railroad's chief engineer, Lincoln Bush. Before working for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, Nies was a partner in the architectural firm Finkler & Nies, with Adolph Finkler, in Chicago in 1896.[2]


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  1. ^ National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ The Economist: A Weekly Financial, Commercial, and Real-estate Newspaper. Economist Publishing Company. 1896-03-28. p. 401. 
  3. ^ "What's that building?? Mysteries inside giant structures revealed - J'ever wonder what that factory building is on the other side of the highway? Or the giant red tower? It's common to pass Hudson's huge structures and not know what they are. Some...". Retrieved 2016-12-11. 
  4. ^ The Railway Age. publisher not identified. 1904-10-21. p. 588. 
  5. ^ The Railway Age. Railway Age Publishing Company. 1904-10-28. pp. 618–622. 
  6. ^ Wingate, Charles Frederick; Meyer, Henry C. (1909-10-16). The Engineering Record, Building Record and Sanitary Engineer. pp. 427–429. 
  7. ^ "Phillipsburg Commercial Historic District: Phillipsburg Union Train Station". New Jersey Historic Trust. Retrieved 5 January 2016. 
  8. ^ The Carpenters Trade Journal ... 1914-09-01. p. 13. 
  9. ^ The American Contractor. F. W. Dodge Corporation. 1918-07-06. p. 60. 
  10. ^ Catalog of copyright entries: Works of art.... Part 4. Library of Congress, Copyright Office. 1919-01-01. p. 3165. 
  11. ^ Note this one may be a typo in NRIS