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American Public Architecture

European Roots and Native Expressions

Edited by Craig Zabel, and Susan S. Munshower

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$22.00 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-915773-04-6

310 pages
11" × 8.5"
2 color/225 b&w illustrations
1989
Distributed by the Penn State Press for Penn State Department of Art History

Papers in Art History

American Public Architecture

European Roots and Native Expressions

Edited by Craig Zabel, and Susan S. Munshower

 

  • Table of Contents
  • Subjects

Contents

1. Richardson's Trinity Church and the New England Meeting House

William H. Pierson, Jr. Professor Emeritus, Williams College

2. The Park Cemetery: Its Westward Migration

Gunther Barth, University of California at Berkeley

3. Henry Van Brunt "The Historic Styles, Modern Architecture"

Mary N. Woods, Cornell University

4. The Disquieting Progress of Chicago

Arnold Lewis, The College of Wooster

5. Frank Lloyd Wright as the Anti-Victor Hugo

Narciso G. Menocal, University of Wisconsin at Madison

6. The Phoenix Rising: San Francisco Confronts the Danger of Earthquake and Fire, 1906-1914

Stephen Tobriner, University of California at Berkeley

7. Tanks and Towers: Waterworks in America

John S. Garner, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

8. George Grant Elmslie: Turning the Jewel Box into a Bank Home

Craig Zabel, The Pennsylvania State University

9. Modernized Classicism and Washington, D. C.

Richard Guy Wilson, The University of Virginia

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