The works of the Guastavino Company are hidden in plain sight in hundreds of public spaces across the country. Here are some highlights, listed by state:

ALABAMA

— Emanu-el Temple, Birmingham, 1911

ARKANSAS

— Scottish Rite Temple, Little Rock. 1922-23.

CALIFORNIA

— The Museum of Man, San Diego, 1915

— Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 1926-1943

— University of California, Berkeley, Hearst Building, 1906

CONNECTICUT

— Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court Building, Hartford, 1910

— Yale University, Peabody Museum of Natural History, 1923-24

FLORIDA

— Florida State Supreme Court Building, Tallahassee

GEORGIA

— U.S. Custom House and Post Office, Brunswick

ILLINOIS

— Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1927

— University of Chicago, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, Chicago, 1925-28

MASSACHUSETTS

— Boston Public Library, Boston, 1889-1890

— Forsyth Dental Infirmary (now owned by Museum of Fine Arts), Boston, 1912

— Guastavino Factory Building (now Tocci Building Companies), Woburn, 1906-07

— Harvard University, Widener Memorial Library, Cambridge, 1915

MICHIGAN

— University of Michigan, Hutchins Hall, Ann Arbor, 1932

MINNESOTA

— Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, 1914

NEBRASKA

— Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln, 1922-32

NEW JERSEY

— Atlantic City Convention Center, 1927-29

— Drew University, Seminary Hall

— Morristown Passenger Station, Morristown, 1913

— Princeton University Chapel, 1925-28

NEW YORK

— Bronx Zoo, Elephant House, 1908

— Buffalo City Hall, 1930-31

— Cathedral of St.


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John the Divine, NYC, 1899-1940

— Columbia University, St. Paul's Chapel, 1904-07

— Ellis Island, Registry Hall, NYC, 1917

— Temple Emanu-El, NYC, 1916

— St. Bartholomew's Church, NYC, 1917-1921, 1929, 1930

— Grand Central Terminal, Oyster Bay and Whispering Gallery, 1912

— Lord and Taylor Building, Fifth Avenue, NYC, 1913-14

— Riverside Church, NYC, 1930

— Queensboro Bridge Underpass and Bridgemarket, 1917

NORTH CAROLINA

— Duke University Chapel, Durham, 1931

OHIO

— Cleveland Public Library, 1924

PENNSYLVANIA

— Franklin Institute Science Museum, Franklin Hall, Philadelphia, 1932-33

— Carnegie Mellon University, various buildings, Pittsburgh, 1905-19

RHODE ISLAND

— Vanderbilt Estate "The Breakers," Newport, 1894

TEXAS

— Houston Belt and Terminal Railway Co. passenger station, 1911

— Texaco Building, Houston, 1915

VIRGINIA

Arlington National Cemetery, Memorial Amphitheatre, Arlington, 1914-20

Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Richmond, 1903

WASHINGTON, D.C.

The Archives Building, 1933-34

District of Columbia War Memorial, 1931

National Academy of Sciences, 1923-24

Washington National Cathedral, 1956