By Stephen M. Salny, introduction by Franz Schulze
First printing of this attractive volume that explores 17 homes designed by "one of America's premier 'great house' architects" (jacket), whose classical style emulates European stately homes – with a catalogue raisonné.
Edited by Pauline Saliga and Mary Woolever, with contributions by David G. De Long, Jack Golden, Joe D. Price, Sidney K. Robinson, Timothy Samuelson, Annemarie van Roessel, and Philip B. Welch
First printing of this delightful collection of essays on the innovative mid-century modern architect, a retro-futurist riot – publishing in conjunction with an exhibition of his work at the Art Institute of Chicago.
First printing, inscribed by both subjects, of this monograph on the work of prominent Washington D.C.-based architect firm Hartman-Cox, who have designed and restored important museum and library spaces, including for the National Archives and the Folger Library.
By Mary Ellen Hayward and Frank R. Shivers, Jr., with contributions from Richard Hubbard Howland, Robert L. Alexander, Robert J. Brugger, John Dorsey, Charles B. Duff, Jr., Edward Gunts, Herbert H. Harwood, Jr., Phoebe B. Stanton, and Christopher Weeks
Inscribed first printing of this comprehensive work on the architecture of Baltimore, from its establishment as a British settlement to the early 21st century.