New York 1930: architecture and urbanism between the two world wars
Highly esteemed by architects and New York history enthusiasts, 'New York 1930' focuses on the development of many of the landmark structures and the built environment of New York, including the parks, highways, and entertainment districts.
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New York 1880: Architecture and Urbanism in the Gilded Age
Robert A. M. Stern,Thomas Mellins,David Fishman
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