Study of the orders: a comprehensive treatise on the five classic orders of architecture, including photographs of noted examples of the classic and Renaissance periods, and a carefully selected set of illustrative plates
Frank Chouteau Brown, Frank Augustus Bourne, Hermann Valentin Von Holst, Joseph Randolph Coolidge, American Technical Society, American School (Lansing, Ill.)
American Technical Society, 1922 - Architecture - 287 pages
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