MIT Press, Jan 1, 1979 - Architecture, American - 189 pages
The reissue of a classic MIT Press title first published almost thirty years ago tracing the theme and variations in the architecture of the White Tower hamburger chain and recapturing a nearly forgotten piece of American history.
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