Praeger, New York, 1965, English
Nonfiction, Architecture

From the Publisher. This book was planned as a working guide to the architecture of the Capital's greater metropolitan area. Each building selected for inclusion is a representative and historically significant example of the architectural concepts prevalent at the time it was built. Structures erected with proficiency but which reflect an architectural philosophy of a former historical period are for the most part not included. Created for the architectural profession and for those interested in the history of the city as told by its architecture.

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Hugh Newell Jacobsen

Originally published in 1965 and updated since then.

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