Item #1420 The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic: The Greek Revival. Howard Major.
The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic: The Greek Revival
The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic: The Greek Revival
The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic: The Greek Revival
Development of the Greek Revival Style of Domestic Architecture

The Domestic Architecture of the Early American Republic: The Greek Revival

Phliadelphia & London: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1926. First edition. Color frontispiece, numerous black and white plates, floor plans. Cloth hardcover. Quarto. xxii, 237 pages. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Bound in dark blue cloth over boards with gilt-stamped spine and upper board, top edge gilt. Prior owner name in pencil at top fore corner of front free endpaper, dated Los Angeles, 1934. Jacket has a touch of fading along spine and minor edge wear.

A well-illustrated survey of this American-made architectural style--the Greek Revival. Gives the story of the development of this style--what it was, how it happened, its particulars, its advantages, and the adaptability of this style to modern domestic uses. Covers the states east of the Mississippi River.

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