Philip Hooker A Contribution To The Study of The Renaissance in America
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242 pages. 30.5 x 24 cm. 100 illustrations. List of Drawings by Hooker and of Engravings Made From His Drawings. Bibliography. Limited edition, copy 653 of 750. KARPEL B1107. "Philip Hooker (1766-1836) was an important Greek Revival architect.According to Talbot Hamlin, `A carefully documented biography, richly illustrated.Valuable for its background on early Albany." Bright, very fresh copy. Orig. two-toned cloth, tan spine and dark green covers. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # 1401
Title: Philip Hooker A Contribution To The Study of...
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, NY
Publication Date: 1929
Illustrator: Hooker, Philip
Edition: First edition.
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