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Clues to American Architecture

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Titles in this Starrhill Press series are compact guides to various aspects of American arts, letters, culture, and history. Each thin but information-packed book is carefully researched and written, with line drawings, photographs, and an index.
Paperback, 80 pages
Published June 1st 1991 by Starrhill Press (first published May 1986)
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This book is a great little (literally) resource when it comes describing architecture.

I wish there were books like this for literally everything!
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