American City: Three Centuries of Design (Google eBook)

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Images Publishing, 2010 - Architecture - 133 pages
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From its early days as a frontier fur-trading post in the 1700s, St. Louis grew into 'Paris on the Mississipi', a bustling city of elegant hotels, offices and government buildings that was one of the marvels of 19th-century America. More than just abou
  

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American City: St. Louis Architecture; Three Centuries of Classic Design

User Review  - David R. Conn - Book Verdict

This book is the second in Sharoff and Zbaren's "American City" series, following American City: Detroit Architecture, 1845–2005. The author and photographer duo have chosen their favorite 50 ... Read full review

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User Review  - WaxPoetic - LibraryThing

I’d heard about this book from a tour guide at Forest Park in St. Louis. It is never really possible for someone to know everything about the city in which they live, but it is definitely worth a try ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

William Zbaren is an architectural photographer whose work has been featured in "The New York Times, Chicago Magazine" and other publications. His books include "American City: Detroit Architecture" and 2008's "American City: St. Louis Architecture".

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