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The only proper style: Gothic architecture in America. Calder Loth; Julius Trousdale Sadler Boston New York Graphic Society 1975 lib.d.E2/01; 20913

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The gothic revival & American church architecture: an episode in taste 1840-1856. Phoebe Stanton Baltimore Johns Hopkins Press 1968 Johns Hopkins Studies in nineteenth-century architecture lib.d.E2/02; 20914

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A treatise on forming, improving, and managing country residences; and on the choice of situations appropriate to every class of purchasers. In all which the object in view is to unite in a better manner than has hitherto been done, a taste founded in nature with economy and utility, in constructing or improving mansions, and other rural buildings, so as to combine architectural fitness with picturesque effect; and in forming gardens, orchards, farms, parks, pleasure-grounds, shrubberies, ...; from the cottage to the palace. With an appendix, containing an enquiry into the utility and merits of Mr. Repton‘s mode of shewing effects by slides and sketches, and strictures on his opinions and practice in landscape gardening. Illustrated by descriptions of scenery and buildings, by references to country seats, and passages of country in most parts of Great Britain, and by thirty-two engravings. By John Loudon, Esq. In two volumes. Vol. I [- II]. (London: printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, 1806). John Loudon Farnborough Gregg International Publications 1971 2 v. lib.d.E2/03; 20915