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Domestic Architecture of H.T. Lindeberg


Condition: VeryGood

William Helburn, Inc., 1940-01-01. Hardcover . VeryGood. Limited edition of 1000 copies. A monumental book of American domestic architecture. (It was, in fact, reprinted in a smaller format in the mid 1990s as part of a "Landmarks in Desgn" series.) This copy came from a working domestic archtiect, and exhibits some use: minor soiling to foredges, a few faint smudges in page margins. Nothing bad--the only real flaw that I see is a strange yellowish stain (about the color of dried paste--but I don't think that's what it is) on the corners of the verso of the ffep and the recto of the half-title. Beautiful b/w photography, color frontis & five other plates.

Originally published: New York : William Helburn, 1940. With new introd. Includes bibliographical references.


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