Web resources about the Trenton Bath House
Academic paper about the process
Great Buildings Collection—Trenton Bath House
Kahn, Louis I., and Twombly, Robert C. Louis Kahn: Essential Texts. New York: Norton, 2003. (Excerpt on Google Books)
Louis Kahn—The Collection—MoMA
Philadelphia Architects and Buildings—Biography of Louis I. Kahn
Web resources about Kahn Buildings
Related web resources
Digital references files
Anderson, Peter. “The Architecture of Interpretation.” Ph.D. diss., Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, 2007. (250 pages)
Bzdak, Meredith Arms. “Louis I. Kahn’s Trenton Bath House and Day Camp Restored.” DOCOMOMO_US New York/ Tri-State Newsletter,2010 no.2/5
Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects and Hopewell Valley Engineering. Day Camp Pavilions HABS Documentation–Archival Photographs and Drawings. Photographs by Rob Tucher, 2007.
Heritage Landscapes. Louis I. Kahn Trenton Bath House and Day Camp at the Ewing Senior and Community Center Landscape Assessment, May 2008. (89 pages)
Leslie, Thomas. “Things in Their Best Order: Technical Aspects of the Salk Institute and Their Role in Its Design.” Journal of Architecture, Spring 2003. (20 pages)
“Other Documents of Interest” from the files of the JCC of the Delaware Valley.
Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects. Jewish Community Center Bath House Preservation
Plan Update. Supplement to the April, 2003, Preservation Plan,
October 2007. (28 pages)
Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects. Preservation Plan for the Jewish Community Center
Bath House and Pavilions, April 2003.
Hochstim, Jan. The Paintings and Sketches of Louis I. Kahn. New York: Rizzoli,
Reynolds, J. and Seewang, L. Pamphlet. The Trenton Bath House. Princeton,
NJ: Princeton University School of Architecture, 2007.
Solomon, Susan. Louis I. Kahn’s Trenton Jewish Community Center.New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2000.