Puritan architecture and its future.
London & Redhill, Lutterworth Press 1946.
8vo. 91+(2)pp, 22 photo plates. Publisher’s cloth, wrinkle and several small water marks to upper board, crease to corner of lower board, but internally clean and fresh. Roderick Gradidge’s copy (bookplate, with darkening of facing blank front free endpaper).
An appeal to post-war architects and building committees to consider rebuilding churches in “a fresh, positive and distinctive type of ‘Puritan’ architecture”, with a history of Puritan architecture and examples of twentieth-century Puritan churches.