Johnston, William L.

Johnston, William L.

(1811–1849)
American architect who designed the Jane Building (1849), Philadelphia, in the vein of Louis Sullivan, with large expanses of glass that appeared later in Sullivan’s work. Johnson died before its completion, which was taken over by Thomas Ustick Walter.
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