The story of architecture in Mexico including the work of the ancient Indian civilizations and that of the Spanish colonial empire which succeeded them, together with an account of the background in Spain and a glimpse at the modern trend.
New York, W.W.Norton & Co Inc (1947).
8vo. xviii + 363 + (1)pp, 64 photo plates. Publisher’s cloth. No ownership inscritption, but Bernard Bevan’s copy.
Rather too general and discursive for present-day tastes, but the author was an architect and he writes interestingly on individual buildings and on Mexican culture generally.