Fourteen Volumes On Modern Architecture
Group of Fourteen Volumes Pertaining to Modern Architecture Expressed in Traditional Forms, including, New Classicists Ken Tate Architect Selected Houses Volume Two, by Tate and Graves, wraps absent; O'Neil Ford, Architect, by Mary Carolyn Hollers George; The Houses of James Means, edited by Efird; The Architecture of James Means, Georgia Classicist, by Mitchell; The Architecture of Wm Frank McCall, Jr., FAIA, A Complete Designer in the Classical Tradition, by Mitchell; The Architecture of Neel Reid in Georgia, by Grady; Paul R. Williams, Architect A Legacy of Style, by Hudson; A Continuing Tradition: Wm. Frank McCall, Jr., FAIA 1914-1991, by Mitchell; Charles A. Platt The Artist as Architect, by Morgan; Seaside, by Brooke; John Gaw Meem Southwestern Architecture, by Bunting; Classical Architecture Rule and Invention, by Thomas Gordon Smith; The American Vignola: A Guide to the Making of Classical Architecture, by Ware; and Classical American IV, by Coles.
All in good to very good condition. Most conditions have to do with dust covers. "New Classicists" multi-colored illustrations that are attached to a double-page spread have come unglued. Several of the books appear to have had little use.