Thomas Hastings


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Noun1.Thomas Hastings - United States architect who formed and important architectural firm with John Merven Carrere (1860-1929)
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Built in 1932, the stucco manor on more than 19 acres at Hastings Road is known as Hastings House and was designed by Thomas Hastings, architect of the New York Public Library.
A few years later, architects John Merven Carrere, and Thomas Hastings of Carrere and Hastings, refurbished the inside of the Opera House.
MOVING ON: Paul Taylor, at Midnight Records, which is due to close at the end of the year Picture: Thomas Hastings
KEEPER OF THE PEACE: A portrait of Thomas Hastings, a New Street merchant who was chief constable of Huddersfield in 1819/20 (West Yorkshire Archives) * LAW AND ORDER: The facade of the old George Hotel, where the Watching Commissioners of 1820-48 always met.
Laurie Ossman, former curator of Ca d'Zan, is now curator of Whitehall, Henry Flagler's Palm Beach estate, which was designed by two of the Gilded Age's best-known architects, John Carrere and Thomas Hastings.
Thomas Hastings, 50, of Mayfield Terrace, Cowgate, appeared before Newcastle Magistrates' Court and pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to his cross-breed dog Samson.
Thomas Hastings, 50, from Mayfield Terrace, Cowgate, admitted causing unnecessary suffering to his dog Samson.
John Carrere designed the Russell Building, while his partner, Thomas Hastings, did the matching Cannon Building that flanks the Capitol on the opposite side.
26, 1996, Davis, 43, was condemned to death by Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Thomas Hastings for the October 1993 kidnapping and murder of 12-year-old Polly Klaas, a Petaluma Junior High School student.
Evans provided support in production of the manuscript, with assistance from Thomas Hastings and Jim Shafer.
Moreover, musical tastes were changing, and the new European or "scientific" styles espoused by Lowell Mason and Thomas Hastings began to replace the old New England psalmody.