Description:Good. 0813910463 Ex-Library hardcover no dj (tan boards) with...Good. 0813910463 Ex-Library hardcover no dj (tan boards) with all the usual markings, possible attachments, and library wear. Heavy and/or oversized. ***International Shipping may require additional postage.
Description:(BOTTOMLEY) O'NEAL, William and Christopher Weeks. THE WORK OF...(BOTTOMLEY) O'NEAL, William and Christopher Weeks. THE WORK OF WILLIAM LAWRENCE BOTTOMLEY IN RICHMOND. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, (1989). 4to. Cloth, dust jack Frontispiece, xxiv, 262 pages. First edition. "William Lawrence Bottomley, like Luytens in England, gave architectural distinction to the notion of 'Banker's Georgian, ' and was able, at least in t case of Richmond, to set a new standard of excellence in domestic architectur which addressed both past tradition-so central to Virginia mythology-and pres needs." With a foreword by Jaquelin T. Robertson and selected photographs by Richard Cheek, the authors outline this Virginia architect's achievements dur the first half of the twentieth century. Fine.
Description:First edition. Fine in faintly worn dust jacket, in mylar cover....First edition. Fine in faintly worn dust jacket, in mylar cover. B&W and color photos. Signed by both authors and the photographer.
Description:Very good in very good dust jacket. Jacket has light soiling and...Very good in very good dust jacket. Jacket has light soiling and wear. Excellent overall condition. No marks. Off-white clothbound. 262 p. indexed. biblio. illustrations and plates.
Description:Very Good in Near Fine jacket. 0813910463 Dust jacket condition...Very Good in Near Fine jacket. 0813910463 Dust jacket condition: Near Fine. Inscribed and SIGNED by author Weeks. Solid retired library book with light library markings; else VG. Text free of underlining, writing and highlighting. Overall, a very nice clean copy. IN RICHMOND, where his reputation never waned despite cycles in national taste, Bottomley was always synonymous with the 'best.'...As a child growing up, in my ear and mind's eye a 'Bottomley' meant a serious building; more importantly it meant beauty and quality. He was clearly our standard-bearer and, as such, affected the way at least three generations of Richmonders thought about architecture. Jaquelin T. Robertson, FAIA, AICP Dean, School of Architecture University of Virginia 262 pages. We ship our books in CorgiPack mailers except for unusually large books and multiple books orders. CorgiPack mailers are constructed with a B-flute corrugated fiberboard pad which provides cushioning and corner protection in transit. They're also 100% recyclable. We ship heavier items B-flute corrugated fiberboard or cartons. Your order on its way to you by the next business day!
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