McKim, Mead & White, Architects.
Wilson, Richard Guy.

New York: Rizzoli, (1983). First edition 10" x 9.75". 238pp. Small gift inscription, else a near fine copy in a nice dust jacket with a small bit of wear at the head of the spine. From 1879 until 1915 McKim, Mead & White were the architects of some of the most important buildings in America's architectural heritage. This volume covers 31 examples of the firm's work, including Pennsylvania Station, the Henry Villard houses in Portland, Oregon, the Rhode Island State House, Columbia University, Robinson Hall at Harvard University, etc. Extensively illustrated with black & white photographs. 0847804917 (Item ID: 6601)


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