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[Architectural History]. Hooper, Parker M. (A.I.A. Editor).

The Architectural Forum in Two Parts: Part One - Architectural Design, Part Two - Engineering and Business; January, 1928, February, 1928, and March, 1928 (bound in one volume).

Time, Inc. New York Jan., Feb. & Ma Large quarto, January - pp 224. February - pp 214. March - pp 252. Illustrated on every page with b/w photographs, architectural drawings and renderings, and trade advertisements in color and b/w. Donated by the former publisher of the Architectural Record, Paul B. Beatty (1980's) Also it is a copy from the Old House Journal Reference Library
This is a special publication of The Architectural Forum journal for 3 consecutive months. Part One of January focuses on building designs such as the New York Furniture Exchange, the Sherry-Netherlands Hotel in NYC, insurance buildings, churches, and other structures. Part Two of January has articles on structural steel, insulation, building codes and other issues of professional practice. Part One of February has a portfolio of exterior and interior ornamentation (with photographic plates of examples from NYC and California). Part Two of February has an article about foundation engineering in Cleveland's Union Station, enclosures for heating units, and building codes. Part One of March includes an extensive portfolio of school buildings with photographic plates and floor plans. Part Two of March includes articles on lighting and mechanical systems. This one volume bound set is exceedingly uncommon. Invaluable for historians and preservationists!

Edition: Original edition
Binding: Cloth over Boards, green
Condition: Very Good, binding slightly loose
Book Id: 17515

Price: $95.00

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