The architect and client sparred throughout the design process of the Crawford House.
By comparison, the Nazca scrapings at the Crawford House were child's play.
The mountain is named after Thomas Crawford, whose family ran the Crawford House.
An alpine ski area associated with Tom Corcoran and the Crawford House was proposed for the northern slope of the mountain in the early 1970s.
The Crawford House was a hotel and restaurant in downtown Boston, Massachusetts.
Crawford House may refer to:
Mr. Mayne was interested in taking his idea for the Crawford House, a fusion of architecture and landscape, a step further.
The Crawford House is also listed as a rare local example of residential Romanesque Revival architecture.
The Crawford House was begun in 1893 by mason Charles Briggs.
The Crawford House survives and is on the National Register of Historic Places.