American buildings and their architects. Progressive and academic ideals at the turn of the twentieth century.
New York, Anchor Books 1976.
8vo. xxi+(1)+420pp, photo text ills & diagrams. Publisher’s printed wrappers, corner of rear wrapper and last few text leaves creased. Roderick Gradidge’s copy.
First paperback edition of this authoritative survey of progressive American architecture of the early twentieth century, by the architectural historian William H. Jordy (1917-1997), comprising the third volume in the publisher’s acclaimed American Buildings and their Architects series.