The Architectural Record, Vol, XLVI, No. 5, November [Nov.] 1919, Serial No. 254 - The Plan of Chicago


401-496, [170] ads, pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos and drawings. Printed upon glossy stock. The many pages of ads include an abundance of nostalgic photos and illustrations. Features: Some Principles of Small House Design - Part I - Design of the Plot of Land; The Commercial National Bank Building, Washington, D.C. - Waddy B. Wood, Architect; The Lake Avenue Baptist Church, Rochester N.Y. - Foote, Headley & Carpenter, Architects; The Holy Grail Window in Procter Hall, Graduate College, Princeton University - Designed and Executed by Charles J. Connick; The A.E.F. Art Training Center at Bellevue, France; The Rural Library Building; The Plan of Chicago; Portfolio of Current Architecture; The Architect's Library; Notes and Comments. Faint library stamp to front cover. Above-average external wear. Back cover partially loose. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this wonderful vintage issue.

Title: The Architectural Record, Vol, XLVI, No. 5, November [Nov.] 1919, Serial No. 254 - The Plan of Chicago

Author: Boyd, John Taylor Jr.; Solon, Leon V.; Frary, I.T.; Cornelius, Charles Over; Small, Philip L.; Lowe, John Adams; Moulton, Robert H.;

Illustrator: Byne, Arthur

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Architecture,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The Architectural Record Company: 1919

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Fair

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 459h5002

Keywords: Architecture, Small House Design, Lot Design, Commercial National Bank Building, Washington D.C., Waddy B. Wood, Architects, Lake Avenue Baptist Church, Rochester N.Y., Foote, Headley & Carpenter, Holy Grail Window, Procter Hall, Graduate College, Princeton University, Charles J. Connick, A.E.F. Art Training Center, Bellevue, France, Rural Libraries - Design, The Plan of Chicago,