Item #22407 Architecture January 1920; Vol. XLI No. 1. Architecture, Charles Scribner's Sons.

Architecture January 1920; Vol. XLI No. 1

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920. First edition. Heavy Brown Stock. Quarto, pp 31 plus 16 b/w full page plates and 43 pages of trade advertisements. Good; cover nearly detached, curling edges. Item #22407

Some of the featured articles include "A Plan for an International History and Memorial Museum at Washington DC" by Rossel Edward Mitchell (which is known as the Smithsonian today); "What the Huns Have Done for French Art" by A. Kingsley Porter, and the Temple B'nai Jeshurun in New York City by architect Walter S. Schneider. There's also an editorial entitled "1920 will be a great year for architects" and it would be interesting to study their prophecies for 1920 with the hindsight of a century of experience.

Price: $30.00