Isaac Hamilton Rapp
|Died||1933 (aged 78–79)|
|Buildings||Colorado Supply Co. warehouse, Morley Colorado; New Mexico Museum of Art; Las Animas County Court House; New Mexico State Capitol Building|
Rapp learned his trade working for his father, a sometime architect and building contractor in Carbondale, Illinois. He left in 1887 and by 1889 had moved to Trinidad, Colorado where he joined with C.W. Bulger in establishing the architectural firm of Bulger and Rapp. The company dissolved after about five years at which point Rapp's brother William Morris Rapp moved to Trinidad and the firm of Rapp and Rapp was created. (This should not be confused with the architectural firm of Rapp and Rapp, noted for their theatre designs, composed of Isaac Rapp's two youngest brothers, Cornelius and George.) Eventually a third brother, Charles Rapp moved to Trinidad, but did not join the architectural firm.
All are in Santa Fe, New Mexico unless otherwise noted:
- Chaves County Courthouse, Roswell, Chaves County, New Mexico, 1911
- La Fonda Hotel, 1921–1922
- Las Animas County Court House, Trinidad, Las Animas County, Colorado, 1912
- New Mexico Building at the Panama–California Exposition, San Diego, California, 1915
- New Mexico Military Institute (multiple buildings), Roswell, beginning 1907
- New Mexico Museum of Art, 1917
- New Mexico State Building, Saint Louis World's Fair, St. Louis, Missouri, 1904
- New Mexico Territorial Capitol, 1903 (no longer extant, though parts of it can still be found inside the Bataan Building)
- New Mexico Territorial Executive Mansion, 1908 (no longer extant)
- Gross, Kelly, and Company Warehouse, built in 1913, in the Santa Fe Historic District
- First Christian Church 1922, in Trinidad
- Melzer, Richard (2007). Buried Treasures: Famous and Unusual Gravesites in New Mexico History. Sunstone Press. ISBN 9780865345317. Retrieved 2015-04-14.
- Wilson, Chris, The Myth of Santa Fe; Creating a Modern Regional Tradition, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1997
- Sheppard, Carl D., Creator of the Santa Fe Style, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 1988
- Sharin L. Barnes; Holly Wilson (May 16, 1995). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: First Christian Church / First Christian Community Church;5LA6551". National Park Service. Retrieved July 8, 2018. With accompanying 10 photos
- Dye, Victoria E. (2007). All Aboard for Santa Fe: Railway Promotion of the Southwest, 1890s to 1930s. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-8263-3658-3. Retrieved 24 November 2015.