New York 1930: architecture and urbanism between the two world wars

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Rizzoli, 1987 - Architecture - 847 pages
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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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This exuberant, lavishly produced volume chronicles the decades between the wars, when New York City was transformed into a mecca for art, entertainment, business, and commerce. The tumultuous period ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
7
INTRODUCTION
15
TWILIGHT OF CIVICISM
91
Copyright

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Thomas Mellins is an architectural historian & critic. He collaborated on "New York 1880", "New York 1930", & "New York 1960" & was an editor at the Institute for Architecture & Urban Studies.

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