America's Forgotten Architecture
National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States, National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Trust for Historic Preservation (Etats-Unis)., Tony P. Wrenn, Elizabeth D. Mulloy
Pantheon Books, 1976 - City planning - 311 pages
Describes and pictures buildings and places throughout the United States deemed worthy of preservation, and explains ways in which architecturally valuable structures and cities have been saved.
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OUR HIDDEN INHERITANCE
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