John Calvin Stevens: Domestic Architecture 1890-1930. Architectural Monograph, John Calvin II Stevens, Earle G. Shettleworth Jr.

John Calvin Stevens: Domestic Architecture 1890-1930.

Portland, ME: Greater Portland Landmarks, Inc., 1995. First edition. Perfect Bound. Oblong quarto, pp. 224, illustrated with b/w photographs. Very Good. Item #20775

By 1890, architect John Calvin Stevens of Portland, Maine had achieved a national reputation for his work in the Shingle Style. This book explores the next four decades of his domestic architecture, an eclectic period in which he and his son John Howard Stevens designed houses ranging from Craftsman and Prairie School summer cottages to Colonial Revival mansions. This book highlights 47 of these distinctive homes, illustrated by 135 professional period photographs. In both illustrations and text, this title presents new insights into the career of one of Maine's most talented architects. From the Old House Journal reference library.

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