- Seven Wonders of the Ancient World@
- History of the Workhouse
Learn about the 19th century institution of the workhouse. Read facts about workhouse buildings, inmates, staff and administrators, and even its artists and poets. Includes a glossary and timeline.
- Forgotten Detroit
Documenting the past, present, and future of a few of Detroit's architectural landmarks. Learn about the city's collection of pre-Depression architecture in the form of hotels, theaters, office buildings, and industrial ruins.
- History of Western Architecture
Learn about architecture from around the world, including architectural styles from the Classical, Byzantine, Gothic, and Renaissance periods. Includes Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Gothic, Meso-American (Mayan), and Baroque architecture.
- Museum of Reconstructions
Nonprofit organization dedicated to developing and distributing digital reconstructions of archaeological monuments. See computerized versions of lost buildings including the Acropolis of Athens, the Delight of Re, and the Pyramid of Senwosret.
- Pro Monumento
Foundation working to preserve, conserve and maintain historical buildings in Cura?ao. Sponsoring the annual Open Monument Day in honor of Curacao's monuments, each May.
- Prairie Styles
Information about the architects and artisans of the Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School of Architecture. Includes profiles of individual architects and artisans, as well as photos of Prairie buildings and monuments.
- Sources for Building History
Illustrated guide to researching historic buildings in the British Isles. Includes maps and gazetteers for locating particular buildings, image galleries and indexes, and help on dating antique and ancient constructions.
- Marietta Street Artery Association
Represents industrial buildings forming the backbone of commerce in Atlanta from 1837-1940. Includes a neighborhood directory, as well as photographs and background on the history and architecture of the area.
- Mission 66 Visitor Centers
Learn about modern architecture in the U.S. National Parks, 1956-1966. Includes maps and photos of individual park buildings, as well as information about preservation efforts.
- Architecture Through the Ages
Explore the world of ancient architecture from Greek to Egyptian to Aztec. Architecture Through the Ages includes background information, pictures, and animated GIFs illustrating different styles and eras in architecture.
- Levittown: Documents of an Ideal American Suburb
Photographs of transformed versions of the Levittown house, the paradigmatic suburban house of the postwar era in the United States. Read about how Levittown informs suburban architecture in the U.S.
- Now and Then
Flickr photo pool sharing images of buildings, street corners, and hillsides in one year -- and then again, decades later.