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G+ (Ex-art library, i.d. marks on book block edges and outermost pages; labels on dj; interior is clear. ) Light green cloth, oliver and maroon and color illus. dust jacket in mylar cover; 288 pp., many color and BW illus. Considers the life and work of American architect and urban planner Grosvenor Atterbury (1869-1956), who "produced more than one hundred major projects, including an array of grand mansions, picturesque estates, informal summer cottages, and farm groups. However, it was his role as town planner and civic leader and his work to create model tenements, hospitals, workers' housing, and town plans for which he is most celebrated....[This] is the first book to showcase exclusively the rich and varied repertoire of this prolific architect whose career spanned six decades and whose work affected the course of American architecture, planning, and construction." (dj).
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