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Recording a Vanishing Legacy: The Historic American Buildings Survey in New Mexico, 1933-Today by  Perry E Borchers - Paperback - 2001-03-01 - from Poverty Hill Books and Biblio.com

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Recording a Vanishing Legacy: The Historic American Buildings Survey in New Mexico, 1933-Today

by Borchers, Perry E

Condition: New


Museum of New Mexico Press, 2001-03-01. Paperback. New. BRAND NEW, Perfect Shape, No Remainder Mark,


  • Bookseller: Poverty Hill Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 9050796
  • Title: Recording a Vanishing Legacy: The Historic American Buildings Survey in New Mexico, 1933-Today
  • Author: Borchers, Perry E
  • Format/binding:Paperback
  • Book condition: New
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10:0890133808
  • ISBN 13:9780890133804
  • Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Press
  • Place: Santa Fe
  • Date published: 2001-03-01

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