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61 EBERLEIN, HAROLD DONALDSON; HUBBARD, CORTLANDT VAN DYKE. Historic Houses Of The Hudson Valley.
Architectural Book Publishing Comp., New York: 1942. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition considering its age. 

Price: 46.55 USD
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62 EBERLEIN, HAROLD; DONALD, RAMSDELL, ROGER WEARNE, AND FRENCH, JR., ROGER (INTRODUCTION). Small Manor Houses And Farmsteads In France.
Lippincott, Philadelphia: 1926. First Edition. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good condition. Library discard. 
A volume intended for the general reader and for students especially bent upon making a closer acquaintance with the rural domestic architecture in France. Numerous photographs. Includes an Index. 
Price: 346.28 USD
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63 ELDREDGE, JOSEPH L. (TEXT BY); DRISCOLL, MARK (GRAPHICS BY). Architecture Boston.
Barre Publishing, Barre: 1978. 051752502X / 9780517525029 Second Printing. s Softcover. Reading copy. 
This book is a key to the systematic investagation of patterns of architectural success - and some brilliant failures. Guaranteed to expand your perception of America's most visible city. Includes an Index. 
Price: 21.61 USD
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64 FAHERTY, DUNCAN. Remodeling The Nation: The Architecture Of American Identity, 1776-1858.
University of New Hampshire Press: 2007. First Paperback Edition. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
A rich analysis of how post Revolutionary Americans conceptualized the early Republic through metaphors of home building In this interdisciplinary study, Faherty argues that throughout the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Americans conceptualized their still unsettled political and social states through metaphors of home building. During this period, a pervasive concern with the design and furnishing of houses helped writers to manage previous encounters with settlements, both native and European, and to imagine and remodel a new national ideal. By aligning the period's architectural concerns (registered in both the interior and exterior of houses) with concurrent debates about the need to create a national identity in the wake of the American Revolution, Faherty registers how representations of the house were a crucial locus for debating broadly shared concerns about the anxieties of nation building. Topics include Abraham Lincoln's use of architectural motifs in his 1858 senatorial campaign (the "house divided against itself " speech); the arguments about domestic identity embodied in the designs of Mount Vernon and Monticello; the lingering import of colonial and indigenous settlements on post-revolutionary culture as registered in the work of William Bartram and Lewis and Clark; Charles Brockden Brown's representations of the multivalent legacies of Pennsylvania's architectural landscapes; Washington Irving's attempts to preserve and remodel national architectural and literary practices by underscoring the manufactured nature of European cultural production; the shifting importance of the house and American attitudes toward nature in the work of three generations of the Cooper family; and the gendering of domestic space in the work of Edgar Allen Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Herman Melville. Richly informed by contemporary work in literary studies, history, art history, and cultural criticism, Remodeling the Nation ranges incisively across the work of political theorists, social critics, novelists, poets, natural historians, landscape artists, travel writers, and authors of architectural and domestic treatises. The Table of Contents of this book is as follows: Acknowledgments • "When Buildings Are of Durable Materials": The American Home and the Structural Legacies of History • "No Longer Assigned Its Ancient Use": Biloquial Architecture and the Problems of Remodeling • "Home Bred Virtues and Local Attachments": New York and the Evolution of the American Home • "The Wants of Posterity": Community Construction and the Composing Order of American Architecture • "In the Midst of an Uncertain Future": Remodeling the Legacies of American Domesticity • Notes • Index. Duncan Faherty is Assistant Professor, Department of English, Queens College, City University of New York. "Showing how views of domestic architecture reflect shifting conceptions of American identity, Faherty adds a fascinating chapter to American cultural and intellectual history. Expertly navigating between architecture,literature , and art, Faherty provides a broadly interdisciplinary study that illuminates each of these fields and creates a sweeping panorama of American culture."—David Reynolds, author of Walt Whitman's America: A Cultural Biography, winner of the Bancroft Prize and the Ambassador Book Award; finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award 
Price: 33.25 USD
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65 FARRAR, EMMIE FERGUSON. Old Virginia Houses: The Mobjack Bay County.
Bonanza Books, New York: 1955. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition with slight chips and tears to DJ. 
On the map of Virginia, the Mobjack Bay region covers but a small area. Yet this tiny section as told here in charming descriptive text and sumptuous photographs, produced some of the finest architecture. 
Price: 18.53 USD
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66 FATTORUSSO, FLORENCE. Wonders Of Italy, The Churches Of Rome: The Basilica Of St. Peter In The Vatican, The Architecture, The Monuments, The Works Of Art.
The Barbara Press, Florence, 1933. First Part, Second Series. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Contains brief descriptions of the churches of Rome along with its architecture, monuments and works of art. Includes 115 illustrations including a plan of the Basilica of St. Peter. 
Price: 38.95 USD
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67 FAVRETTI, RUDY J. Jacob Weidenmann: Pioneer Landscape Architect.
Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation in coperation with Wesleyan University Press: 2007. 0819568473 / 9780819568472 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The first full biography of a groundbreaking landscape architect. Born in Switzerland, Jacob Weidenmann emigrated to the United States in 1856 at the age of twenty-seven after obtaining college-level diplomas in art, architecture, and engineering. The only landscape architect in America so educated, Weidenmann quickly gained a reputation for his excellent design and brilliant solutions to complex engineering and architectural challenges. He developed an important collaboration with Frederick Law Olmsted and became a leading innovator in the field, helping to set standards and design principles for the profession. Based on four decades of research by author Rudy J. Favretti, this is the first comprehensive biography of this major artist, covering his life and career in-depth, and illuminating Weidenmann's importance in defining his profession for future practitioners. Featuring over fifty illustrations, this oversized volume places Jacob Weidenmann in the context of his time, place, and art, and locates him in the pantheon of nineteenth-century designers. The Table of Contents of the book is as follows: PREFACE • FOREWORD • FORMATIVE YEARS • Young Landscape Architect • Pivotal Years • HARTFORD: PUBLIC WORKS • City Park (Bushnell Park) • Cedar Hill Cemetery • South Green • HARTFORD: PRIVATE COMMISSIONS • Retreat for the Insane (Institute of Living) • Art Teacher • American School for the Deaf • City of Hartford Lithograph • Butler Homestead • Edmund Grant Howe Estate • James Leland Howard Residence • Suburban Villa for Timothy Stanley (New Britain) • Charles L. Brainard Grapery • New Britain Avenue Subdivision • "BEAUTIFYING COUNTRY HOMES" • A handbook with illustrated case studies for planning residential landscapes and some public places • NEW YORK: OLMSTED ALLIANCE • The Olmsted-Weidenmann Alliance • Charles A. Dana Villa Park • "Masquetux," Estate of Henry B. Hyde • Four Government projects: U.S. Capitol, U.S. Quartermaster Depot, Schuylkill Arsenal, Hot Springs Reservation • Congress Park • Cornell University • Other Projects • MIDWEST: IOWA AND CHICAGO • State Capitol, Des Moines • Polk-Hubbell Residential Park • Iowa State Fair Grounds, and Other Projects • Mount Hope Cemetery and Other Projects • "AMERICAN GARDEN ARCHITECTURE" AND "MODERN CEMETERIES" • A compendium of Weidenmann's work presented as a guide for landscaping • a handbook for designing rural cemeteries • NEW YORK: "COMMENCING NEW" • Iowa State Capitol Grounds Completion • Residential Subdivision and Park for Colonel Albert Pope • Concerns of the Profession and Weidenmann's Contributions • AFTERWORD • APPENDICES • BIBLIOGRAPHY • NOTES • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS • INDEX. Rudy J. Favretti, Fellow, American Society of Landscape Architects, specializes in landscape history and preservation, and is professor emeritus, University of Connecticut. He is the author of eleven books on various aspects of landscape design and planning, agricultural history, and local history. "Written with clarity and intelligence, Favretti's deeply informed and lavishly illustrated volume is utterly fascinating. This wonderfully textured portrait of Weidenmann is a book that every student of landscape architecture needs to read. An absolute gem."—Wendell Garrett, Sotheby's consultant and editor-at-large of The Magazine Antiques 
Price: 47.45 USD
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68 FISCHER FINE ART LIMITED. Frank Lloyd Wright: Architectural Drawings And Decorative Art/architekturzeichnungen Und Innendekoration.
s Softcover. Good condition. 
A collection of still photos that show the architecture and decorative art of Frank Lloyd Wright as it appeared in various art exhibitions in Europe in 1985 and 1986. 
Price: 51.06 USD
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69 FISHER, ROBERT E. Buddhist Art And Architecture.
Thames and Hudson, NY: 1993. 0500202656 / 9780500202654 s Softcover. Very good condition. 
Concise descriptions of all the Buddhist schools and cultures with explanations of their imagery. Includes 179 illustrations, 32 in color, and an Index. 
Price: 13.63 USD
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70 FISHMAN, ROBERT. Urban Utopias In The Twentieth Century: Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier.
MIT Press, Cambridge, 1999. 0262560232 / 9780262560238 s Softcover. Good condition. 

Price: 42.04 USD
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71 FITCH, JAMES MARSTON. American Building 2: The Environmental Forces That Shape It.
Schocken Books, New York: 1977. 0805205039 / 9780805205039 Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Third Printing. s Softcover. Very good reading copy. 
This volume, the second of two, strikes at the fundamental weaknesses of the traditional approach taken by architects in the analysis and solution of a broad range of architectural problems. Presents a well-documented case detailing the shortcomings of modern buildings throughout the world by failing to take advantage of the high level of technology available in the areas of thermal comfort, atmospheric controls, sonic environment, and appropriate visual norms. Includes 113 illustrations and an Index. 
Price: 26.65 USD
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72 FITZGERALD, BRIAN VESSEY (INTRODUCTION). Historic Towns Of England In Pictures.
Odhams Press Ltd, London. h Hardcover no dustjacket. Good reading copy. Slight discoloration on cover. Gift inscription. 
"We take our towns for granted. We take for granted the cathedral or the parish church, the cross at the town centre, the smells and bustle of the market, the election of the mayor." And so begins Historic Towns Of England In Pictures. Includes an Index. 
Price: 10.45 USD
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73 FLEMING, JOHN, HONOUR, HUGH, PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS, AND ETHERTON, DAVID (DRAWINGS). The Penguin Dictionary Of Architecture.
Penguin, New York: 1991. 0140510133 / 9780140510133 Fourth Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Covers architecture generally - and especially its history. New entries have been added, in particular on Community Architecture, High Tech, Neo-Rationalism, Post-Modernism and Vernacular, and original entries have been revised. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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74 FLEMING, JOHN; HONOUR, HUGH, PEVSNER, NIKOLAUS, AND ETHERTON, DAVID (DRAWINGS). The Penguin Dictionary Of Architecture.
Penguin, New York: 1977. 0140510133 / 9780140510133 Second Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Covers architecture generally - and especially its history. New entries have been added, in particular on Community Architecture, High Tech, Neo-Rationalism, Post-Modernism and Vernacular, and original entries have been revised. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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75 FLETCHER, GEOFFREY (TEXT AND ILLUSTRATIONS). Pearly Kingdom.
Hutchinson, London: 1965. First Edition. h Hardover with dustjacket. Good condition. Inscription to previous owner appears on front endpaper. 
Delightful drawings of London with an accompanying text. Most of the illustrations are in the area between the Aldgate pump and Bow, but the East End has not been too rigorously defined and several collectors' items south of the river - Bermondsey, Kennington, Greenwich - have been included for good measure. 
Price: 16.10 USD
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76 FLORMAN, SAMUEL C. The Introspective Engineer.
Thomas Dunne, New York: 1996. 031213987X / 9780312139872 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
It is a clarion call to society---we must awaken to the reality that the continuing quality of our life is dependent on increasingly creative technological solutions to the problems we face. Includes an Index. 
Price: 14.25 USD
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77 FOLSOM, MERRILL. Great American Mansions And Their Stories.
Hasting House Publishers, New York: 1976. s Softcover. Fair readinng copy. 
To the first book of Great American Mansions, this adds some 75 historic houses - each the brick -mortar-and-timber images of a fascinating person or family, each with an intriguing story. 
Price: 20.19 USD
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78 FORSETH, KEVIN. Graphics For Architecture.
Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York: 1980. 0442263902 / 9780442263904 s Softcover. Good condition. 

Price: 18.53 USD
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79 FRAMPTON, KENNETH. Modern Architecture: A Critical History.
Oxford University Press, NY: 1980. 0195201795 / 9780195201796 s Softcover. Very good condition. 
In this survey of 20th-century architecture, both source-book and critique, Kenneth Frampton provides a wealth of visual and documentary evidence, emphasizing the importance of ideas as never before. All the crucial collective developments, from Constructivism and Expressionism via Functionalism and the International Style to New Brutalism, ar covered. Contains 297 plates and an Index. 
Price: 15.20 USD
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80 FREL, JIRI; SLADEK, EDUARD AND MILOS (PHOTOGRAPHY). Greek Architecture.
Paul Hamlyn, London: 1964. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Dustjacket is worn and torn. 

Price: 13.30 USD
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