Readings in American Vernacular Architecture
Common Places reveals the history, culture, and social and class relationships that are the backdrop of the everyday structures and environments of ordinary people. Examining America's houses and cityscapes, its rural outbuildings and landscapes from perspectives including cultural geography, decorative arts, architectural history, and folklore, these articles reflect the variety and vibrancy of the growing field of vernacular architecture.
Cover and spine worn. Some pencil underlining on inside pages. The previous owner has written their name on the first page in pencil.