King Carter's church: being a study in depth of Christ Church, Lancaster County, Virginia as an image of American living through two centuries considering the origins and meaning of its forms as originally conceived by Robert Carter and designed by Christopher Wren and their metamorphosis for later cultural expression from Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright
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