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401-496, 120 [ads] pages. Profusely illustrated with diagrams and black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Includes dozens of magnificently illustrated ads. Features: The Residence of the Honorable Henry White, Washington, D.C., John Russell Pope, Architect; The Edward Lee McLean High School, Greenfield, Ohio, and the Central High School, Washington, D.C., William B. Ittner, Architect; Thornton Manor, Cheshire, England; Architectural Polychrome Decoration; The Destruction of Historic Buildings as Revealed by The Official French War Photographs, Part II - Arras; Notes on Camouflage; Portfolio of Current Architecture; The Architect's Library - Books on Colonial Architecture, Part VIII - The Final Record; Notes and Comments. Two small binding holes near spine. Library stamp atop front cover otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy.
Title: The Architectural Record, November [Nov.], 1917, Vol. XLII, No. 5, Serial No. 230: Residence of the Honorable Henry White
Illustrator: Solon, Leon V.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: New York, The Architectural Record Company: 1917
Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 459h4979
Keywords: Henry White Residence, Washington D.C., John Russell Pope, Architect, Edward Lee McLean, High School, Greenfield Ohio, Central High School, Washington D.C., William B. Ittner, Architects; Thornton Manor, Cheshire England, Architectural Polychrome Decoration, Historic Buildings - War Damage, France, Arras, Camouflage, Current Architecture, The Architect's Library, Colonial Architecture,