Originally accessed:
University of Minnesota, Northwest Architectural Archives, Manuscript Division
"The firm of Reed & Stem prospered because of its ability to capture large commissions and because of Reed's relationship by marriage with a vice-president of the New York Central Railroad. Through this connection, they received the commission for Grand Central Station in New York City and numerous other stations and structures for that railroad company, including the NYCRR Power Station, Port Morris, New York, and the Union Station at Troy, New York (1892)."
Associated With: