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[Architectural History]. Kirker, Harold.

California's Architectural Frontier: Style and Tradition in the Nineteenth Century.

Peregrine Smith Books Salt Lake City, UT 1986 Octavo, pp. 217. Indexed, Bibliographic Notes; illustrated with 64 b/w photographic plates and etchings.
An engaging architectural history of California, making the case that the development of California's architecture was colonial, and strongly influenced by the waves of immigrants who brought their society's architectural heritage with them to the Sunshine State.


Edition: Third edition
Binding: Color Pictorial Wraps, pale yellow
Condition: Very good
Book Id: 16592

Price: $20.00

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