As an indication of the feeling with which this journal is regarded by the profession, we quote the following extract from a report of a committee of the American Institute of Architects upon “American Architectural Journals":—
“At Boston, Mass., is issued the AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS, a weekly of the first class, and, it must be acknowledged, the only journal in this country that can compare favorably with the great London architectural publications. It is very liberally illustrated with full-page lithographic impressions of the latest designs of our most noted architects, and with occasional views of celebrated European buildings. Once a month a fine gelatine print is issued in a special edition. Its editorial department is conducted in a scholarly, courteous, and, at the same time, independent tone, and its selections made with excellent judgment. It is the accepted exemplar of American architectural practice, and is found in the office of almost every architect in the Union.”—April 15, 1885.
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