10 edition of A guide to the architecture of Minnesota found in the catalog.
1977 by Published by the University of Minnesota Press for the University Gallery of the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Society of Architects in Minneapolis .
Written in English
|Statement||David Gebhard, Tom Martinson.|
|Contributions||Martinson, Tom, 1944- joint author., University of Minnesota. University Gallery., Minnesota Society of Architects.|
|LC Classifications||NA730.M6 G42 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 469 p. :|
|Number of Pages||469|
|LC Control Number||75036032|
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Get this from a library. Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota. [David Gebhard; Tom Martinson] -- Traces Minnesota?s architectural development in eight regions of the state from territorial days to the present and outlines tours of the state?s landmarks.
A perfect companion for sight-seeing trips. Books; American Album; Review: A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota by David Gebhard, Tom Martinson. Wayne Andrews. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Vol.
38 No. 1, Mar., (p. 67) DOI: / Article; Info & Author: Wayne Andrews. The book A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota, which was created “to supplement and augment the Bicentennial exhibition, The Art and Architecture of Minnesota‚ organized and presented by the University Gallery in conjunction with the Minnesota Society of Architects”, includes many unique structures.
Here is a just a selection of the. Collection contains book materials, including photocopies, research notes and photographs, used in the preparation of the book A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota, by David Gebhard and Tom Martinson, published in Since St.
Paul is the less prosperous of the two cities, it's the better preserved. This guide puts both cities on lovely display, but you should keep in mind that the guide stays within the city limits. If you're familiar with AIA guides, you'll recognize the format.
There are some extra features in this book that make it better than the others/5(11). Book is in Very Good Condition. Text will be unmarked. May show some signs of use or wear. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. A GUIDE TO ARCHITECTURE OF MINNESOTA By David Gebhard - Hardcover *Excellent Condition*.
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Based on the large amount of large format photos in the archives, I incorrectly expected this to be a coffeetable book.
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Paul. The first comprehensive, illustrated 2/5(1). After moving from a Victorian house to a Mid-Century Modern one, I bought this book to better understand the background of modern architecture in Minnesota. I was not disappointed. This is an excellent architectural history, linked to the social changes occurring in midth-century/5.
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With many historical photographs and illustrations, this engaging book is a valuable resource not only for those interested in architectural heritage but also for anyone who admires St. Paul’s unique beauty and charm. Title: Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota Author: Gebhard, David; Martinson, Tom [Contributor] Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press Publication Date: ISBN: Type: Paperback Condition: Good + Jacket condition: None as issued Notes: Solid copy with brief gift inscription on first page.
No other writing or marks to text. Cover has mild surface and edge wear. This guide is designed for new researchers to find articles, sources and get started with research in topics related to architecture, design and aesthetics of the built environment, building technologies, and historic : Deborah Ultan.
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