Architecture in Salem: An Illustrated Guide
Essex Institute with the cooperation of Historic Salem, Jul 1, 1983 - Architecture - 311 pages
Salem, Massachusetts, is home to one of the largest collections of historical architecture in the nation. In this much-anticipated reprint, noted architectural historian Bryant F. Tolles, Jr., presents an illustrated guide and walking tour covering more than three centuries of building styles and types. The book discusses over 350 buildings and complexes, with individual entries and photographs for nearly 230 structures. The material has been arranged according to eight tour districts, each accompanied by an introduction and a map. A joy for the avid walker and armchair enthusiast alike, this is the essential guide to the architecture of Salem from the early seventeenth century through the Georgian, Federal, Victorian, modern, and contemporary periods. Book jacket.
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