2 edition of Index of American architectural drawings before 1900. found in the catalog.
Index of American architectural drawings before 1900.
American Association of Architectural Bibliographers
in Charlottesville, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||American architectural drawings before 1900|
|Statement||[Compiled by James H. Grady, Frederick D. Nichols and William B. O"Neal]|
|Contributions||Grady, James H|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||58003886|
The most famous of such drawings are those done by the Plains Indians imprisoned at Ft. Marion in St. Augustine, Florida from The prisoners were encouraged to sell their work for two dollars a drawing, leading to a demand for Indian ledger art among the American middle class. In , The Architectural League partnered with the American Federation for the Arts to present Years of American Architectural Drawing in conjunction with a book of the same d by David Gebhard and Deborah Nevins at the newly opened Carnegie Mansion location of the Cooper Hewitt, the exhibition featured more than drawings by 85 architects arranged chronologically .
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.However, there are a couple of different schools of thought on how to organize the full set of drawings. Some architectural firms have their own standards and opinions on the order of sheets in a construction document set.
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