Texas Tech, the Unobserved Heritage

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Texas Tech Press, 1985 - Architecture - 63 pages
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A unique guidebook to the rich architectural history of Texas Tech University. Studying the roots of the design concept as well as providing a detailed examination of symbolic ornamentation and architectural detail, architect and professor Nolan Barrick helps the reader to see and appreciate the unique beauty of Texas Tech University's buildings and grounds.

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