Class [controlled]: prints and drawings American art architecture
*Work Type [link]: design drawing competition drawing
*Title: Temple Design for the Lincoln Memorial
*Creator Display: architect: Henry Bacon (American, 1866-1924); draftsman: Jules Guéren (French, 19th-20th century)
*Role [link]: architect [link]: Bacon, Henry
*Role [link]: draftsman [link]: Guéren, Jules
*Creation Date: 1912 [controlled]: Earliest: 1912 Latest: 1912
*Subject [links]: architecture Lincoln Memorial (Washington, District of Columbia, United States) elevation (drawing)
Culture [link]: American
*Current Location [link]: National Archives and Record Administration (Washington, DC, USA) ID: unavailable
*Materials and Techniques: ink and watercolor on paper
Material [links]: ink watercolor paper Technique [links]: drawing painting
Relationship Type [controlled]: depicts
[link to Work Record]: Lincoln Memorial (Washington, DC, USA); Henry Bacon (American architect, 1866-1924) and Daniel Chester French (American sculptor, 1850-1931), 1915-1922
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