J.R. Burrows & Company has consulted for or provided restoration products for the following museums (all are historic carpets unless noted otherwise; date refers to period of furnishing supplied).
Northern Arizona State University, Old Main, Flagstaff (c. 1890).
Arkansas State Capitol, Governor's Reception Room and Old
Supreme Court Chamber, Little Rock (c. 1910).
Rogers Historical Society, Rogers (c. 1890).
Carson Mansion, Eureka (c. 1880).
Queen Anne Cottage, Arboretum of Los Angeles County, Arcadia (c. 1880)
El Pueblo de Los Angeles State Historic Site, Los Angeles (c. 1875).
McHenry Mansion, Modesto (c. 1875-1890).
Mission La Purisima (c. 1820).
Fallon House, San Jose (c. 1855).
Stags' Leap Winery, Napa (c. 1890)
John Muir National Historic Site, Martinez (mid-19th century, carpet c. 1900)
Rosemount Victorian House Museum, Pueblo (c. 1893)
Hotel de Paris (National Society of the Colonial Dames of America),
Georgetown (1875, carpet c. 1890)
Twain Memorial, Hartford (c. 1875).
Hill-Stead, Farmington (c. 1900)
Griswold House, Guilford (18th century)
First Congregational Church, Litchfield (early 19th century, carpet c. 1920)
The Octagon, "In the Most Fashionable Style, Making a Home
in the Federal City," loaned archival carpet designs and color
research for exhibition in 1992.
The White House, consulted for design of the Blue Room carpet (c. 1815).
Dumbarton House (National Society of the Colonial Dames of America), Georgetown (c. 1800)
Owens-Thomas House (Telfair Art Museum), Savannah (c.
Bulloch Hall, Roswell (c. 1840)
'Iolani Palace, Honolulu (c. 1875).
Grant House, Galena (c. 1860).
Senator Washburne House, Galena (c. 1870).
Cloverlawn, the Judge David Davis Mansion, Bloomington (c. 1870).
Lombard Historical Society, Lombard (c. 1870).
Mansion, New Albany (c. 1867)
The Lincoln Museum, Ft. Wayne, (c. 1845).
Lanier Mansion, Madison (c. 1840).
Barker Mansion, Michigan City (c. 1910)
Dodge House, Council Bluffs (c. 1880).
Living History Farms, Urbandale (late 19th century)
Mathias Ham House, Dubuque (c. 1856)
Muscatine Historical Society, Muscatine (c. 1870).
Iowa Capitol Building, Governor's Offices and Treasurers Offices, Des Moines (c. 1880s)
White Hall, Richmond (c. 1850)
Sarah Orne Jewett House (SPNEA), South Berwick, (18th century, Morris carpet c. 1880)
Montpelier, Laurel (c. 1820).
Riversdale, Riverdale (c. 1810).
Andover Historical Society, Andover (c. 1830).
Massachusetts State House: Senate President's Office, Boston (c. 1895).
2nd Harrison Gray Otis House, Boston (wallpaper, c. 1880).
Concord Museum, Concord, Federal period room (c. 1810) and the Great Hall (new addition by Graham Gund).
Orchard House (the Alcott Home), Concord (wallpaper, c. 1870).
Williams House, Historic Deerfield (c. 1810).
Captain Robert Bennett Forbes House, Milton (c. 1875).
Shirley-Eustis House, Roxbury (c. 1810).
Gardner-Pingree House, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem (c. 1804).
Gore Place, Waltham (c. 1800 - 1815).
Clark Art Institute, Williamstown (c. 1800).
Lyman Estate, SPNEA, Waltham (c. 1880).
Fred Holland Day House, Norwood (wallpaper, c. 1890)
Codman House, The Grange (SPNEA), Lincoln (late 18th century, carpet c. 1910)
Stonehurst (Walter Treat Paine Estate), Waltham (c. 1883)
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn: the
Noah Webster House (c. 1820) and the Wright Brothers' House (c.
Historic Fort Wayne, Detroit (c. 1880).
Wyandotte Historical Commission, Wyandotte (c. 1895).
Comstock Historic House Society, Moorhead (wallpaper, c.
Minneapolis Club, Minneapolis (2000)
Melrose, Natchez National Historical Park (c. 1840)
Walter's Woolen Mill State Historic Site, Lawson (c.
Saint Louis Art Museum, Federal period rooms, Saint Louis (c. 1800).
General Crook House, Fort Omaha (c. 1885).
New Hamshire Historical Society, Concord (c. 1875).
Moffatt-Ladd House, Portsmouth (c. 1815).
Thomas Bailey Aldrich House, Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth (c. 1860)
Warner House, Portsmouth (18th century, carpet c. 1810)
The Hermitage, Ho-Ho-Kus (c. 1875-1890).
Mainstay Inn, Cape May (wallpaper, c. 1880).
Physick House, Cape May (wallpaper, c. 1875).
Prospect House, the Princeton University Faculty Club, Princeton (c. 1845 - 50).
The Big House, Allaire State Park (c. 1840)
Schuyler Mansion, Albany (c. 1800).
New York Bar Association Headquarters, Albany (c. 1880).
Bartow-Pell Mansion, The Bronx (c. 1840).
Lorenzo, Cazanovia (c. 1855 and 1890).
Rose Hill, Geneva (c. 1840).
Chapman Historical Museum, Glens Falls (c. 1870).
Octagon House, Irvington-on-the-Hudson (c. 1870).
Fenton County Historical Society, Jamestown (c. 1860).
John Jay Homestead, Katonah (c. 1800).
Katonah Museum of Art, William Morris exhibit (loan of carpet).
Glen Iris Inn, Letchworth State Park (wallpaper and carpet).
Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz (wallpaper, carpet and fabric).
Gracie Mansion, New York City (c. 1830).
Richardson-Bates House, Oswego (c. 1875).
Raynham Hall Museum, Oyseter Bay (c. 1845-55).
Kykuit, the John D. Rockefeller House, Pocantico Hills Estate (c. 1913).
Lyndhurst, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Tarrytown (c. 1855).
Glenview, Hudson River Museum of Westchester (c. 1876)
Livingston-Backus House, Genessee Country Village and Museum, Mentor, OH (c. 1840)
Cape Fear Museum (c. 1880).
National First Ladies Library, Canton (c. 1890).
President William Howard Taft National Historic Site, Cincinnati (c. 1865).
Taft Museum, Cincinnati (c. 1820 - 50).
Kappa Kappa Gamma Headquarters, Columbus (c. 1860).
Kelton House, Columbus (c. 1845).
Sherman House, Fairfield Heritage Association, Lancaster (c. 1820).
Lawnfield, James A. Garfield National Historic Site, Mentor (c. 1880)
Reese-Peters House, Lancaster (c. 1840)
Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, Germantown (c. 1820).
Breezedale, Indiana University of Pensylvania (c. 1870 - 90).
Lemon Hill, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia (c. 1800)
Newport Casino, International Tennis Hall of Fame, Newport
Isaac Bell House (Preservation Society of Newport County), Newport (c. 1883)
Charleston County Courthouse, Charleston (c. 1790)
Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, Greeneville (c.
2nd Bank of Tennessee Building for JRN Chicken Stores, Inc., J.R. and Linda Neal, Columbia (c. 1830).
Belle Meade Plantation, Nashville (c. 1845).
The Hermitage, Nashville (c. 1840).
Moody Mansion and Museum, Galvaston (c. 1890).
Bayou Bend, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (c. 1800).
Vermont State Capitol, Cedar Creek Room, Montpelier (c.
Billings Mansion, Woodstock (c. 1890).
Billings Farm & Museum, Farm Manager's House, Woodstock (c. 1890).
Kappa Alpha Order Headquarters and Lee Museum, Lexington
Point-of-Honor, Lynchburg (c. 1800 - 1810).
Rochelle-Prince House, Southhampton County Historical Society (c. 1830).
Stratford Hall, Stratford (18th century)
Montpelier, Orange, VA (c. 1800)
Virginia Governor's Mansion, Richmond (c. 1800)
Dover Hall, near Richmond (1999)
Colonnade Club, Pavilion VII, University of Virginia, Charlottesville (c. 1820)
Maymont, Richmond (c. 1890)
Endview Plantation (c. 1860)
Lincoln-Tallman House, Janesville (c. 1855).
Fairlawn, Superior (c. 1890)
Villa Louis, Prairie du Chien (c. 1883)
Wisconsin State Capitol, Supreme Court Chamber, Madison (c. 1915)
Castle, Victoria, British Columbia (c. 1890)
Society Historique Alphonse-Desjardins, Levis, Quebec (c. 1880)
Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire, (c. 1570 - 1670). Refurbishment of the bedrooms of William Morris and Janey Morris, late 19th century and reweaving of the original Morris stair runner, mid-1870s.
Viewfield House, Portree, Isle of Skye (c. 1890).
Crimes of the Heart (1986), supplied lace curtains, sets published
in Architectural Digest, December 1986.
Billy Bathgate (1991), supplied carpet.
Housesitter (1992), supplied lace curtains.
A River Runs Through It (1992), supplied carpet and lace curtains (our "Poppy" carpet by William Morris has a solo cameo appearance).
Sommersby (1993), supplied lace curtains.
Nixon (1995), supplied lace curtains.
The Buccaneers (1995) supplied lace curtains.
Lolita (1996), supplied wallpaper.