Of Earth and Timbers Made: New Mexico Architecture
First published in 1974, this work has been out of print for several years. A photographic study of New Mexico's vernacular architecture focuses on the village buildings of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, arranged so readers can compare architectural details or study building types.
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