American Architects and the Mechanics of Fame

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University of Texas Press, 1991 - Architecture - 286 pages
Argues that the success of architects is not due only to education and self-promotion, but rather is dependent upon knowing the "right person at the right time", and analyzes the success of famous architects to justify this claim

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Contents

A Network of Connections
1
The Time as Well as the Place
7
Plates
17
Copyright

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Roxanne Kuter Williamson is Professor Emerita, School of Architecture, the University of Texas at Austin.

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