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Description:Near Fine. 1986, Softcover, First Edition. 134 pp. Near Fine...Near Fine. 1986, Softcover, First Edition. 134 pp. Near Fine copy: previous owner's small signature on front blank; minor shelfwear to wraps. 5 postcards of the church laid-in.
Description:Strekow, Alan J. Very Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. Size:...Strekow, Alan J. Very Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Color illustrated stiff wraps, 134 pages, Index, Sources, illustrated with reproductions of black-and-white photographs, 12 pages color illustrations. Corners and spine ends lightly worn, covers show some light scuffing/wear. "This book is about Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, and Frank Lloyd Wright, and the building that rose from their relationship. He produced one of his last major buildings for Annunciation, and this book is, on one level, a case study of genius at work. It is, in a more basic sense, the chronicle of a New World odyssey, the story of an immigrant community struggling in a sea of change but never losing sight of its identity. The building marks the successful completion of the Odyssey, the community's homecoming in the New World." Illustrator: Strekow, Alan J. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Architecture; Inventory No: 007249.
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