The Early Architecture of Western Pennsylvania: A Record of Building Before 1860 Based Upon the Western Pennsylvania Architectural Survey, a Project of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Institute of Architects with an Introduction by Fiske Kimball

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University of Pittsburgh Press, 1966 - Architecture - 296 pages
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The new edition of this long unavailable classic features an extensive analytical introduction by the noted architectural historian Dell Upton.  Containing 416 black-and-white photographs, 81 measured drawings and an extensive text, this volume presents a splendid array of the early dwellings, barns, and other outbuildings, churches, arsenals, banks, inns, commercial buildings, tollhouses, mills, and even tombstones of western Pennsylvania.

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