(by title)


An American Proceeding

The story of the man who built his own Frank Lloyd Wright House
Reilly, Donna Grant

Architecture / Vermont

Architectural Improvisation

Documents a small but seminal architectural movement that sought to create a radical, new architecture characterized by organic forms, improvisational processes, hands-on methods, and use of natural materials
Cohen, Janie, editor; Sagan, Danny; Dann, Kevin, essayists


Architecture and Academe

The unique and influential architecture of sixteen New England colleges
Tolles, Bryant F., Jr.

Architecture / New England History

Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn
20th Anniversary Edition

The twentieth anniversary edition of the classic architectural study of the development of the connected farm buildings made by 19th-century New Englanders, which offers insight into the people who made them.
Hubka, Thomas C.

Art / Architecture / Boston

Boston Beheld

Boston seen anew through historical paintings
Simons, D. Brenton

Cultural Studies / Literary Criticism / Architecture

Capital Speculations

An imaginative analysis of the interplay between rhetoric and physical space in the creation of the nation’s capital.
Luria, Sarah

Architecture / Landscape Architecture / Essays

The Collected Writings of Beatrix Farrand

Landscape gardener Beatrix Farrand’s written work, in print for the first time
Farrand, Beatrix; Carmen Pearson, ed.

Art / Philosophy / Architecture / Literary Criticism

Color Codes

A multidisciplinary look at the role of color in contemporary aesthetics.
Riley, Charles A. II.

Literary Criticism - American / Photography / Architecture / Biography & Letters

The Dickinsons of Amherst

A master photographer and three distinguished scholars document the physical world of Emily Dickinson.
Liebling, Jerome, Photographs. Christopher Benfey, Polly Longsworth, and Barton Levi St. Armand, eds.

Architecture / Delaware / Philadelphia

Discover the Historic Houses of Odessa

Readers journey into the past as they enter early American homes and gardens in Odessa, Delaware.
Pulinka, Steven M

Architecture / New England History / New England Travel

Field Guide to New England Barns and Farm Buildings

A generously illustrated handbook for identifying and understanding structures that symbolize the region’s unique cultural and historical landscape
Visser, Thomas Durant

Architecture / American History - 19th Century

Gervase Wheeler

The American career of an influential English architect
Tribert, Renée and James F. O’Gorman

Architecture / History

Henry Austin

A colorful introduction to one of New England’s most productive and imaginative architects
O’Gorman, James F.

Architecture / American History

A History of American Architecture

A richly illustrated history of American architecture that explains why particular architectural ideas occurred when and where they did.
Gelernter, Mark

Gardening & Horticulture / Architecture

Jacob Weidenmann

The first full biography of a groundbreaking landscape architect
Favretti, Rudy J.

Jewish Studies / Architecture / Social Science

Louis I. Kahn’s Jewish Architecture

The evolution of the postwar American synagogue illuminated through the plans for Louis Kahn’s unbuilt Mikveh Israel
Solomon, Susan G.

Architecture / New Hampshire

New Hampshire Architecture

An illustrated popular guide to the Granite State’s rich architectural heritage
Tolles, Bryant F., Jr. with Carolyn K. Tolles

Architecture / Architecture/Criticism

People & Places

John and Margaret Myers' backgrounds in architecture and child psychology, respectively, inform their groundbreaking treatise on the effects of place on individuals and society.
Myer, John; Myer, Margaret

Architecture / History

Porches of North America

A complete architectural guide to this well-loved building feature
Visser, Thomas Durant

Architecture / Historic Preservation / Public Policy

Preserving the Built Heritage

A pragmatic approach that examines architectural preservation policies and offers new models for action.
Schuster, J. Mark. With John de Monchaux and Charles A. Riley II, eds

Architecture / Cultural Studies

Remodeling the Nation

A rich analysis of how post Revolutionary Americans conceptualized the early Republic through metaphors of home building
Faherty, Duncan

Architecture / Travel & Tourism / New York

Resort Hotels of the Adirondacks

An architectural study of the large Adirondack hotels that focuses on the cultural history of travel and tourism.
Tolles, Bryant F., Jr.

Jewish Studies / Architecture

Resplendent Synagogue

A provocative interpretation of the art and architecture of a pre-modern wooden synagogue illuminates the social, historical, and religious context of an Eastern-European Jewish community.
Hubka, Thomas C.


Ruins as Architecture

A fascinating demonstration of the rich and complex architectural ideas and philosophies of centuries gone by
McCormick, Thomas J.


Saint Sophia at Constantinople

Clearly written and thoroughly researched, students & scholars will find it invaluable
Kleinbauer, W. Eugene

Architecture / New England History

Summer by the Seaside

A sweeping, richly illustrated architectural study of the large, historic New England coastal resort hotels
Tolles, Bryant F., Jr.

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