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289-392,  foldout drawings, 128 [ads] pages. Profusely illustrated with detailed drawings and black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Includes dozens of magnificently illustrated ads. Features: The Residence of George Arents, Jr., Esq., Rye, N.Y., Lewis Colt Albro, Architect; The Stillman Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio, Geo. B. Post & Sons, Architects; The Greek System of Architectural Polychrome Decoration; English Architectural Decoration - Part V - text and mesaured drawings; Industrial Housing Developments in America - Part II - The Government's Standards for War Housing; Portfolio of Current Architecture; Suburban Landscape Planning in Cleveland, Ohio; The Architect's Library; Notes and Comments. Somewhat above-average external wear. Part of backstrip missing. Two small binding holes near spine. Faint library stamp upon front cover which is partially loose. Binding intact. A worthy vintage copy.
Title: The Architectural Record, April [Apr.] 1918, Vol. XLIII, No. 4, Serial No. 235: The Residence of George Arents, Jr. / The Stillman Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio
Illustrator: Eggers, Otto R.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: New York, The Architectural Record Company: 1918
Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 459h4984
Keywords: Architecture, George Arents, Jr., Rye New York, Lewis Colt Albro, The Stillman Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio, Geo. B. Post & Sons, Greek Architectural Polychrome Decoration, English Architectural Decoration, Industrial Housing - United States, War Housing - United States, Current Architecture, Suburban Landscape Planning, ,