The most vital American architecture, says Wayne Andrews, has usually been found in areas where the most new money was being made and spent. He traces the influences at work on architects and their clients, and especially their influences on each other, whether in colonial Virginia, nineteenth-century Chicago, New York in the "Age of Elegance," or contemporary California.
Former Greene & Greene Archive book. Library tag taped to spine. Archive bookplate on inner cover and stamp on half title page. Price and year written on full title page in pen. Wear and scuffs on outside.