Harvard: An Architectural History
Harvard University Press, Oct 1, 1998 - Architecture - 350 pages
This history of Harvard's architecture examines the Federal architecture of Charles Bulfinch, H.H. Richardson's Romanesque buildings, the Imperial manner reflected in Widener Library, and the work of other architects such as Charles McKim, Gropius and Le Corbusier.
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The Brick Quadrangles
The Early Nineteenth Century
President Eliot and the Harvard Yard
The North Yard and Soldiers Field
Buildings for Radcliffe College
Academic Building under President Lowell
The River Houses and the South Yard
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