Mullett-Smith Press Welcomes you...
is an on-going publication on-line which tells about the many buildings designed by A. B. Mullett with emphasis on how the building is being used today, how it is being kept up, if at all, and news of interest to Historic Preservationists who may wish to take some action to prevent the loss of the buildings.
There are links to other sites with buildings by A. B. Mullett. These pages do not have return links so use back button on browser to return or bookmark this page.
- San Francisco Mint (National Historic Preservationists and lovers of National Treasurers please keep an eye on this building to ensure its restoration and maintenance and open it to the public in some form. The city of San Francisco is now collecting proposals for the future use of the building: the date for submissions has been extended to October 18, 2002. The Mint will held a Gala...Thursday May 4, 2003 - FIRST ANNUAL GOLD TIE GALA AT THE GRANITE LADY!
- Custom House and Post Office in St. Louis Missouri saved from destruction in the 1960s See the Old Custom House and Post Office web site.
- Carson City Mint Carson City Mint and more historical information..
- U. S. Treasury Building, Washington DC (Funds were raised to restore the north wing following a serious fire 1997. Congress approved funds for exterior and interior cleaning and repairs for the rest of the building. East Wing exterior was cleaned and interior work saw restoration.)
- Pioneer Post Office and Court House in Portland, OR . This building underwent restoration as of 2003. Pioneer Court House in Portland, OR.
- Custom House in Portland, ME , is well listed on the GSA website under its Real Estate collection. It also has a notice at Portland landmarks web site.
- The National Council of Negro Women, Inc., Washington, DC (This used to be the Apex Liquor Store, then Sears House, and originally a bank.)
- U. S. Custom House in Port Huron, MI was restored beautifully in the 1990s and has multi-use activity under GSA control. On our last visit it was one of the best used and best maintained of Government buildings. Port Huron under GSA
- The Old Executive Office Building should be named after Hamilton Fish, the Secretary of State who insisted that the building have its present location and design. more... Outside our site Old Executive Office Building , now the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, formerly Old State, War, and Navy Building. This link takes you to the website tour information of this historic building. The page has not been updated by the new Trump administration. A new book on this building is being produced by The U.S. Commission on Fine Arts. Look for it soon.
There are links to other sites with buildings by A. B. Mullett. These pages do not have return links so use back button on browser to return or bookmark this page to return.
- Information on Arthur G. Dove as known by Suzanne Mullett Smith A new book is coming out on Arthur Dove in about a year. Stay posted.
- Spider Woman Stories currently in its 9th edition, this best seller is published in agreement with University of Arizona Press. These are Hopi tales collected at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century by Dr. Fewkes of the Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of Ethnology where George Alice Mills Crawford Merrick Mullett was employed as an illustrator of items taken from the digs in Arizona. Dr. Fewkes was the first white man to be initiated into one of the Hopi Kivas. The older Hopi clansmen said they wished to have the stories preserved because the young were not interested. Dr. Fewkes wanted the stories published with illustrations by Mrs. Mullett in color but just before the publication was to begin, the depression hit and funds were not available. The original agreement with University of Arizona was to have these works published with the illustrations. Various interferences prevented this. The earlier editions came out with some of the illustrations on the back book jacket and on the inside cover pages.
Mullett-Smith Press has moved:
Our new address is:
1315 4th Street, SW TH-7
Washington, DC 20024
An interesting link to the work of a grand nephew of A.B. Mullett Fred B. Mullett Fred is an artist.