Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania.
Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania
Scott D. Butcher
Schiffer Publishing Ltd.
This color illustrated guide draws on about a dozen style guides to create a consensus description for architectural styles found in six counties of South Central Pennsylvania over the past 300 years. Offering a visual history of the architecture of the region, the book is organized chronologically, from the colonial period through the early republic, the late Victorian period, late 19th-century and early 20th-century revivals, and modern movements. It includes a glossary of architectural terms and contains large-format, high-quality color photos on every page.
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|Date:||Apr 1, 2014|
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