- Great Buildings and Structures
- Famous Architects and Designers
- Periods and Styles
- Guide to American Homes, 1600 - Present
- Construction Facts
- Cities/Buildings Archive
Images of buildings in more than 30 countries, arranged geographically.
- Digital Archives
From Boston College, public, commercial, and residential buildings in the USA and Europe, organized according to historic period or style.
- Digital Imaging Project
More than 18,000 images indexed by location, architect, and historic period.
- Library of Congress
Search the American Memories collection for historic photos of famous buildings and domestic architecture.
- S*P*I*R*O Slide Library
Thousands of thumbnail images are included in this collection from Berkeley. Search by period, location, building name, or building type.
- RIBA British Architectural Library Catalogue Online
Find on all aspects of architecture and the built environment everywhere in the world. The database is updated daily.
- Great Buildings Collection
Facts, photographs, and drawings, including some 3-D models, are organized by building name, architect's name, and location.
- National Register Research Page
The United States National Register of Historic Places maintains this online index with descriptive information about America's historic properties.
- American Institute of Architects (AIA)
This professional association serves over 55,000 members. Find an architect in the USA, or shop for books about architecture.
- Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
Site includes a membership directory for persons seeking an architect in Great Britain.
- Society of Architectural Historians
The Society of Architectural Historians is an international organization that promotes the study and preservation of buildings and structures around the world. Click on "resources" for helpful links.
- Victorian Preservation Association
The Web site for this organization includes a photo gallery of member homes and an excellent listing of historic house museums.
I hope you have fun exploring this site and that you find the information you need. But if you should get lost, post a message! Chances are, someone on the Web can point you in the right direction.