An expanded and updated edition of a classic work of architectural history, described by the Washington Post as "an elegant architectural history, excellently illustrated." The author is architecture/planning critic for The Nation.
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Curl up with this wonderful book and see where Boston has been. Beautiful homes and businesses that have been lost to history. Some due to fire, some due to neglect, and some due to process. From the home of John Hancock to Scollay Square.
Review: Lost BostonUser Review - Goodreads
A book about a city that was--I wish more art deco/art nouveau storefronts survived urban renewal in Boston.
Buildings and Landmarks of Old Boston: A Guide to the Colonial, Provincial ...
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The City Upon a Hill 16301680 1 7 New Land 18501870
Geography Is Destiny 16801730 25
Planting the City
Federalist Foundations 17801800 63 More Stately Mansions
Splendors by the Shovelful 18001820 93 Art of Adornment
Granite in Athens 18201850 127