- "Anglo-Saxon Architecture" by Thomas Wright in the Archaeological Journal volume 1. (1845)
- Dictionary of French Architecture from the 11th to 16th Century, 1856 by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, translated by Wikisource
- "Wood's Discoveries at Ephesus," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 7, June 1875
- "Dolmens in Japan," by Edward Sylvester Morse in Popular Science Monthly Volume 16, March 1880
- Industrial Housing, 1925 by Andrew J. Thomas
- "The Strength of Timber," by John Anderson in Popular Science Monthly Volume 2, March 1873
- "About Carpenters," by Maurice Mauris in Popular Science Monthly Volume 17, June 1880
- "Health and Comfort in House-Building," by John W. Hayward in Popular Science Monthly Volume 4, November 1873
- "House-Building in the East," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 24, February 1884
- The Dakota as it appeared in the October 22, 1884 issue of The New York Times - "A Description of one of the Most Perfect Apartment Houses of the World"
- "Acoustic Architecture," by William W. Jacques in Popular Science Monthly Volume 21, August 1882
- "Fire-Proof Building Construction," by William E. Ward in Popular Science Monthly Volume 23, September 1883
- Title 17, Chapter 1, § 120. Scope of exclusive rights in architectural works of the United States Code by the United States Government, 1990
- Proclamation 4566, 1978 by Jimmy Carter: "Physical access is often the key to whether people can enjoy their rights and freedoms, and exercise their responsibilities."
- Proclamation 4656, 1979 by Jimmy Carter: "Architectural and other barriers often keep millions of Americans from participating in and contributing to our society."
- Proclamation 4930, 1892 by Ronald Reagan: "April 20, 1982 marks the 125th Anniversary of the American Institute of Architects"
- Judging from the past and present, what are the prospects for good architecture in London? (1864) by Nicholas Wiseman