Houses of Worship: An Identification Guide to the History and Styles of American Religious Architecture
A guidebook to the architectural styles of American churches and temples, Houses of Worship is highly illustrated with color photographs and explanatory line drawings. A survey of American religious architecture, this book is a history of the development of American religious history, a guidebook to assist in the identification of the style of individual buildings based on historical examples of typical buildings, and a travel guide to regional monuments of interesting architecture.
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This is a chronologically-organized survey of churches, synagogues, temples, and houses of worship of all kinds, including contemporary buildings. The book includes capable definitions of a wide ... Read full review