Educational Architecture in Ohio: From One-room Schools and Carnegie Libraries to Community Education Villages
Examining the evolution of US institutions of learning, from one-room schools to vast campuses, this text seeks to remind readers of this heritage through an examination of the philosophies behind the architectural styles of Ohio's schools and colleges, libraries and opera houses.
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