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The Rochester Historical Society - publications - XXV.

Maruoka, Susanne Keaveney; Lee S. Kimbrough; and Carl K. Hersey.

Published by Rochester Historical Society, Rochester, NY, 1972
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First edition, illustrated with photographs. Part I- The architecture of Andrew Jackson Warner in Rochester, New York Part II- The Importance in early iron skeleton construction of the Wilder Building (1887-88) in Rochester, New York, and related structures Part III- The Gothic Revival Chapel of the Sacred Heart (1890), Rochester, New York. 8vo. [4], 173, [1] pp.; illus. Publisher's cloth, front cover with gilt-stamped vignette, spine with gilt-stamped title; cloth showing next to no wear, spine with paper shelving label. Front pastedown with institutional bookplate, reverse of title-page with stamped numeral. Pages clean and unmarked. Bookseller Inventory # 14300

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Title: The Rochester Historical Society - ...

Publisher: Rochester Historical Society, Rochester, NY

Publication Date: 1972

Edition: 1st Edition

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