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California's Mission Revival (signed by the author) - California Architecture and Architects Series, Number III.

[Western US]. Weitze, Karen J.

California's Mission Revival (signed by the author) - California Architecture and Architects Series, Number III.

Hennessey & Ingalls, Inc. Los Angeles 1984 Quarto, pp. 160. Indexed, Notes and Bibliography, illustrated with b/w photos and drawings.
An excellent study of the Mission Revival style in California, which arose from a romanticized notion of the past, the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement, and the use of new building materials and techniques. Although the style's popularity was relatively short-lived, it was influential and numerous examples survive today. Uncommon. From the Old House Journal Reference Library.


Edition: First edition
Binding: Glossy Pictorial Wraps
Condition: Good+; shelfwear, small tear in front cover, interiors clean
Book Id: 15807

Price: $70.00

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