A Field Guide to American Architecture

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New American Library, 1980 - Architecture - 322 pages
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Identifies American styles for homes, churches, public, and commercial buildings, and includes drawings, floor plans, and cross sections.

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A handy reference covering the Colonial period all the way up to the mid 20th century. Read full review

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User Review  - Allen Price - Goodreads

My interest in architectural features and design lead me to this book to develop a vocabulary of different styles and how to spot and describe them. It was my daughter that used the book in her work ... Read full review

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Rifkind, teacher and curator, is a member of the Society of Architectural Historians, the Architectural League of New York, and the Municipal Art Scociety.

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