The domestic architect: comprising a series of original designs for rural and ornamental cottages, with full and complete explanations and directions to the builder, embracing the elementary principles of the Grecian and cottage styles, with primary rules for drawing and shading, and the rudiments of linear perspective

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Phinney, 1854 - Architecture - 125 pages

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