The Architecture of Colonial America
by Harold Donaldson Eberlein
Publisher: Little, Brown and Co. 1915
Number of pages: 382
It is the purpose of this volume to set forth a brief history and an analysis of the architecture of Colonial America, in such wise that they may be of interest and value both to the general reader and to the architect. Published in 1915.
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