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Thomas White Lamb (1871 - 1942) was one of the foremost Americanmarker theater and cinema architects in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is noted for designing New York'smarker Ziegfeld Theatre, as well as the second Madison Square Gardenmarker. Lamb's architectural archive is held by the Drawings and Archives Department of Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Librarymarker at Columbia University.

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Residential Architecture

In 1920, Lamb designed for himself a private summer home in the Adirondacks in the village of Elizabethtown, New Yorkmarker. The house, which is still extant as a residence, is situated on the Boquet River. The eight-bedroom manor, referred to today as Cobble Mountain Lodge, is a shingle and cobble stone design marked by the whimsy of a stone turret.

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