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International Building, 636 Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, New York: detail of the main entrance

Corbett Harrison & MacMurray
NOTES: The Rockefeller Center is a complex of 19 commercial buildings covering 22 acres between 48th and 51st streets in Midtown Manhattan. The original complex of 14 Art Deco style buildings, commissioned by the Rockefeller family and named after John D. Rockefeller Jr., was designed by an association of architects under the leadership of Raymond Hood and was built in 1931-1940. The 70-storey GE Building (known as the RCA building until 1988) forms the centrepiece of the complex and opened in 1933.

Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallee: the Magic Kingdom with entry to Toad Hall

NOTES: A number of architects worked on the theme park, notably Robert Stern, Michael Graves and Frank Gehry, whose main projects were building the various hotels. The Magic Kingdom, seen here, is probably by Disney's Imagineers and implemented by Wimberley Allison Tong & Goo of Honolulu.

Almudaina Palace (Palau de L'Almudaina), Palma: detail of the walls and windows with carved stone surrounds

NOTES: The Almadaina Palace dates back to 1281, but was reconstructed in the 15th century and restored in the 19th century. The walls shown here probably date to the 15th century reconstruction.

Coca-Cola Bottling Company, 1334 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles

Derrah, Robert V. (1895-1946)
NOTES: The factory was built around several existing buildings.

Detail of the triskelion symbol on some entrance gates, Ragusa, Sicily

NOTES: The triskelion symbol is the emblem of Sicily and is part of the Sicilian flag.

Jesuit College, Naples: the main entrance and door

Fanzago, Cosimo (1591-1678)
NOTES: The Jesuit College was also known as Gesu Vecchio.

Griffin cipher of Margaret de Clare

NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Design for mace and chain for the Mayor of Llanelli in silver partly gilt with enamel

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: It does not appear that this design was executed.