New York: McGraw-Hill, n.d. ca 1960's. First edition. Original Cloth. Quarto, pp. 348, indexed, over 1000 b/w illustrations and 32 pp of color plates, intro by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, each section written by a different specialist: "Ancient and Classical Architecture" by Seton Lloyd, "Chinese Architecture" by Andrew Boyd, "Japanese Architecture" by Andrew Carden, "Indian Architecture" by Philip Rawson, "Medieval Architecture" by David Talbot Rice, "Renaissance Architecture" by Norbert Lynton, and "Modern Architecture" by John Jacobus Jr. Very Good in Good DJ. Item #5533
Ex-library Franziska Porges Hosken (1919 - 2006), with ownership stamp (Viennese born, Smith College and Harvard School of Design educated - one of the first women to do an advanced degree with Gropius at GSD - she wrote a number of important works on architecture and urban history. See her 1968 published book "The Language of Cities," listed on our site.