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81 FRENCH, LEIGH, JR. Colonial Interiors: The Colonial And Early Federal Periods, First Series.
Bonanza Books, New York: 1923. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Clean reading copy. 
"The Colonial Architecture of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and the post-Colonial work of the early years of the Republic constitute an artistic possession of which our country has become somewhat tardily aware. This delightful work, so much of which possesses real distinction, serves both as a link with the past and as a guide for the future." -from the inside cover. Includes 125 b&w plates. 
Price: 18.95 USD
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82 FREY, ALBERT. Albert Frey: Houses 1+2.
Princeton Architectural Press, New York: 1998. 1568981902 / 9781568981901 s Softcover. Very good condition. 

Price: 24.94 USD
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83 GALVIN, PATRICK, J. Kitchen Planning Guide For Builders, Designers, And Architects.
Structures Publishing Co., Farmington: 1978. Second edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket and mylar protective covering. Good reading copy. Library discard. 
Designed to aid the builder, designer, or architect in all stages of kitchen planning, materials ordering, and building. Includes an appendix and Index. Contains many illustrations and photos. 
Price: 18.05 USD
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84 GARDINER, STEPHEN. Le Corbusier.
The Viking Press, New York: 1975. 0670019852 / 9780670019854 Modern Masters Series. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Lw Corbusier, considered by many to be the geatest architect of the twentieth century, has remained in a number of ways an enigma. His work - thanks not only to the buildings themselves but to his books and writings about architecture - has been deeply influential for several generations, yet much of his influence is misapplied and misappropriated. In an eloquent and enthusiastic introduction to the master's work, Stephen Gardner elucidates the elements that gave Le Corbusier's buildings such originality and power. Includes an Index. 
Price: 10.93 USD
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85 GARVIN, JAMES L. A Building History Of Northern New England.
University Press of New England, Hanover: 2001. 1584650990 / 9781584650997 s Softcover. Brand new book. 
The first and only full-scale technical and stylistic analysis of 200 years of architectural evolution in northern New England. This is a book about understanding old buildings. In an era in which much of the US landscape has been littered by unimaginative, prefabricated structures, James L. Garvin tells owners and would-be owners of old buildings in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont what they need to know before they begin the restoration process. In wonderfully lucid prose, Garvin describes the production of the materials from which the buildings of northern New England were built, outlines the stylistic evolution of the region's structures from the early 1700s to World War II, and offers guidelines for dating old buildings. Focusing on domestic architecture, but including examples of public, commercial, religious, and industrial buildings, he offers custodians of buildings an understanding of the technologies embodied in these structures, answers questions about stylistic changes, and allows the architecture of northern New England to be understood for the first time with a technical depth that is already available for buildings in better-studied parts of the United States. Written for both homeowners and those responsible for public and museum structures, this volume provides an understanding of the region's building history even as it specifically answers questions that most often perplex architects and preservationists. By offering all custodians of northern New England buildings a richer understanding of architectural style and structure, the book encourages the use of appropriate methods and materials in building conservation and rehabilitation. Generously illustrated throughout, the book is also an essential resource for anyone who is interested in American and New England architecture and the building trades, and for anyone who has ever wondered about the secrets and stories of old buildings. Received New Hampshire Preservation Alliance award in 2001. James L. Garvin has served as the State Architectural Historian, New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, since 1987. His familiarity with the region's buildings derives from over 20 years of curatorship, from writing or editing almost 200 National Register nominations, and from preparing over 150 reports on historic buildings. He has supervised the restoration of several 18th-century structures. 
Price: 24.42 USD
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86 GAULDIE, SINCLAIR; OSBORNE, HAROLD (GENERAL EDITOR). The Appreciation Of The Arts: Architecture
Oxford University Press, New York:1969. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Written out of the conviction that an active and knowledgeable interest in the built environment is not only a source of endless enjoyment but an essential part of every civilized man's mental equipment and a faculty on which the health of civilization itself will come to depend before many more years have passed. Includes an Index. 
Price: 33.25 USD
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87 GEBHARD, DAVID; WINTER, ROBERT. Los Angeles: An Architectural Guide.
Gibbs-Smith, Salt Lake City: 1994. 0879056274 / 9780879056278 s Softcover. Very good condition. 
A guide to the architecture of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County, using freeways to separate regions and emphasizing buildings that can be seen from the street. Lots of maps and photographs. Includes an Index. 
Price: 34.91 USD
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88 GEBHARD, DAVID; ZIMMERMAN, SCOT (PHOTOGRAPHS). Romanza: The California Architecture Of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Chronicle Books, San Francisco: 1988. 0877013799 / 9780877013792 First Printing. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Focuses exclusively on Frank Lloyd Wright's California architecture. It chronicles a remarkable body of work. From his Mayan-inspired residences of the early 1920s to the Marin County Civic Center completed in 1972, from the modular Honeycomb House to the ingenious Morris store facade, Wright's individualism is strongly represented. Includes an Index. 
Price: 56.00 USD
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89 GEERLINGS, GERALD K. Wrought Iron In Architecture.
Crown, New York: 1957. Bonanza Books Edition, First Printing. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condtion. 
Designed for those wishing a catalog of those wrought iron documents most worth while investigating. Arranged so that the illustrations and photographs, which are numerous, are grouped with the proper texts and historical periods. Contains bibliography. 
Price: 48.21 USD
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90 GEISINGER, MARIAN. The House Of God.
A&W Publishers, Inc., New York: 1979. 0894790528 / 9780894790522 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition with gift inscription on front end paper. 
Displayed in brilliant color and black and white photographs renowned landmarks are presented, showing their architectural grandeur and simplicity, their historic relationship to their environment and their worshipers, and their cultural impact as religious havens and works of art. 
Price: 23.28 USD
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91 GIBLIN, JAMES CROSS The Skyscaper Book
Thomas Y. Crowell Company, New York: 1981. 0690041543 / 9780690041545 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. Inside courner of dustcover has been cut out and has a small rip. Some small spots on top side. 

Price: 33.01 USD
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92 GIFFORD, DON (EDITOR). The Literature Of Architecture: The Evolution Of Architectural Theory And Practice In Noneteenth- Centuary America.
E. P. Dutton and Co., New York: 1966 First Edition. s Softcover. Reading copy. Some marks on margins 

Price: 28.26 USD
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93 GILL, ROBERT W. Van Nostrand Manual Of Rendering With Pen And Ink.
D. Van Nostrand Company, New York: 1974. 0442226942 / 9780442226947 Second Printing. Van Nostrand Reinhold Manual Series. s Softcover. Good condition. 
"Rendering" is the reproduction or representation of an architect's design in the form of a drawing of the building as it will appear, complete with accessory details such as trees, traffic and people. It is also much used in preparing drawings for engineers, designers and manufacturers, and in advertising and industry generally. Here is a concise, thorough and copiously illustrated guide to techniques and methods, including sections on perspective, projection, shadow, reflections, and on how to draw cars, ships, aircraft, trees, huan figures and so on. Includes an Index. 
Price: 14.01 USD
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94 GILLON, JR., EDMUND V. (PHOTOGRAPHS); REED, HENRY HOPE (TEXT). Beaux-arts Architecture In New York: A Photographic Guide.
Dover Publications, Inc., New York: 1988. 0486256987 / 9780486256986 First Edition (Unstated). s Softcover. Good condition. 
The beautiful and imposing structures photographed in this book - among them New York City's greatest landmarks - were designed and built in the approach known as "Beaux-Arts," which dominated major world architecture from about 1880 to 1930. Edmund Gillon's superb photographs bring out the distinguishing Beaux-Arts characteristics of these beautiful structures - the historical references, the quest for grandeur, the appetite for rich embellishment and more. 
Price: 63.41 USD
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95 GIROUARD, MARK. A Country House Companion.
Yale University Press, New Haven: 1987. 0300040830 / 9780300040838 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Recreates an era, compiling an anthology of personal anecdotes and reminiscences about these country houses by people who lived in them, worked in them, or visited them - from queens to kitch maids. Includes numerous pictures and an Index. 
Price: 13.82 USD
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96 GIROUARD, MARK. Historic Houses Of Britain.
British Heritage Press, New York: 1979. 0517446464 / 9780517446461 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Britain's country houses are famous all over the world for their architecture, their treasures, and their history. In this lavishly-illustrated book, Mark Girouard-the leading authority on the subject-selects twenty-four historic houses, all open to the public, and brings them vividly to life. He describes how the houses were designed and decorated, and how people lived in them. A fascinating array of characters are associated with each house-kings, crooks, millionaires, royal mistresses, lords of the manor and humble servants. They, as much as the beautiful houses in which they lived, are the subject of this book. Fully illustrated with b&w plates. 
Price: 47.03 USD
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97 GIROUARD, MARK. Life In The English Country House: A Social And Architectural History.
Yale University Press, New Haven: 1978. 0300022735 / 9780300022735 h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Reading copy. 
"I am not sure that Mr. Girouard convinces me that the taming of the aristocracy and upper classes by Christianity affected their relations with their architects to a great extent. The architect had his way because the sheer problem of organizing all the variables in the building was beyond the competence of an amateur. But he was written a masterly book." - Noel Annan, New York Review of Books 
Price: 13.30 USD
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98 GIROUARD, MARK. The English Town: A History Of Urban Life.
Yale University Press, New Haven: 1990. 0300046359 / 9780300046359 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
Gracious Georgian cathedral towns, elegant Regency spas, mill towns with ebullient Victorian carving on every edifice - English towns and cities are a source of endless fascination and historical interest. Includes an Index. 
Price: 26.84 USD
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99 GORST, THOM. The Buildings Around Us.
E & FN SPON, London: 1995. 0419193308 / 9780419193302 First Edition. s Softcover. Very good condition. 
In this clear and concise introduction to buildings Thom Gorst demystifies the culture of architecture and shows how an interest in our environment - whatever our cultural position - can be of great value to us. Architecture has traditionally been introduced through the critical description of key buildings. The author, however, argues that we should observe, compare and understand ordinary buildings as well as those that are recognized as having special merit. Includes an Index. 
Price: 31.30 USD
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100 GOULD, SCOTT AND OLENCKI, MARK. Spartanburg: Portrait Of The Good Life.
Towery Publishing Inc., Memphis: 1993. 1881096041 / 9781881096047 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
A proud portrait of this progressive city nestled in Upstate South Carolina. Presents an affectionate overview of a community that has "used its mill village past and hard-earned grit and backbone to build the kind of city where seventh-generation native sons can share an iced tea with the newest German family on the block." Contains a diverse collection of 170 photographs of Spartanburg, the home of BMW's only North American manufacturing facility. 
Price: 41.56 USD
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