American Architects and Their Books to 1848 - signed by O'Gorman.

Amherst, MA: 2001. Cloth over Boards. Gift inscription "To Ellie and Dot and Wellesley days" by James O'Gorman. Near Fine in Very Good DJ. Item #21576

Since the Renaissance, books and drawings have been a primary means of communication among architects and their colleagues and clients. In this volume, twelve historians explore the use of books by architects in America in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, a period when the profession of architecture was first emerging in the United States.

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