Source Book of American Architecture: 500 Notable Buildings from the 10th Century to the Present

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Princeton Architectural Press, 2000 - Architecture - 680 pages
This comprehensive and insightful illustrated survey of 500 of America's most distinguished buildings provides a unique overview of the thousand-year architectural development of the United States. It examines our nation's architecture from its earliest days to the present, ranging from cliff dwellings in Mesa Verde to Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House in Chicago to James Ingo Freed's Holocaust Museum in Washington. Indispensable in any library, it also serves as a general introduction to American architecture or as a splendid guide for tourists.
 

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Contents

Authors Note
1
a Acknowledgements 3 Preface Paul Goldberger
3
Introduction Michael J Lewis
7
Notable Buildings
98
Bibliography Kazys Vamelis
637
Glossary
644
Regional Maps and Lists of Buildings
648
Alphabetical List of Buildings
660
List of Architects Designers
666
List of Building Types
673
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George Everard Kidder Smith was an American architectural writer and photographer. Smith was born in Birmingham, Alabama.

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