Soviet Architecture, 1917-1962: A Bibliographical Guide to Source Material

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University Press of Virginia, 1974 - Architects - 284 pages
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Contents

Introduction
xi
Scope and Organization of the Bibliography
xxviii
Bibliographies and Reference Aids
1
Documents
34
Theoretical Works
41
Histories of Soviet Architecture
56
Works about Architectural Institutions and Movements
119
Trends in Soviet Architecture after 1932
158
Georgi P Golts
214
Lev A Ilin
215
Kokorin
217
Vladimir F Krinsky
218
G Langbard
219
Nikolai E Lansere
220
Evgeni A Levinson
222
Lazar M El Lissitzky
223

Works by and about Soviet Architects
195
B Works by and about Individual Architects
198
Pavel F Aleshin
199
Mikhail Barshch
200
Iakob B Belopolsky
201
Andrei K Burov
202
Iakob G Chernikhov
203
Ivan A Fomin
204
Aleksandr I Gegello
207
Vladimir G Gelfreikh
208
Hia A and Panteleimon A Golosov
212
Kasimir S Malevich
226
Konstantin S Melnikov
228
Nikolai A Miliutin
231
Arkadi G Mordvinov
232
Aleksandr S Nikolsky
233
Viacheslav K Oltarzhevsky
234
Lev V Rudnev
235
Aleksei M Rukhladev
236
Index
260
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