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Longstreth, Richard
Longstreth, Richard W.
Longstreth, Richard Washington
Richard Longstreth (American architectural historian)
Richard Longstreth (Amerikaans historicus)
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1946-
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Goode, James M.
Millstein, Cydney
Polk, Willis (1867-1924)
Preservation Press
Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission
Symposium "The Mall in Washington, 1791-1991" 1987
Symposium The Mall in Washington, 1791-1991 (1987 : Washington)
Teitelman, Edward
Wrenick, Elaine V.
Wrenick, Frank E. (1939-....))
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American department store transformed 1920-1960
ARCHITECTS ON THE EDGE OF THE WORLD: ERNEST COXHEAD AND WILLIS POLK IN SAN FRANCISCO DURING THE 1800'S
Architecture in Philadelphia; a guide
buildings of Main Street, The : a guide to American commercial architecture
Capital Losses A Cultural History of Washington's Destroyed Buildings
Charnley House, The : Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the making of Chicago's gold coast
City center to regional mall : architecture, the automobile, and retailing in Los Angeles, 1920-1950
Cultural landscapes : balancing nature and heritage in preservation practice
drive-in, the supermarket, and the transformation of commercial space in Los Angeles, 1914-1941, The
East Providence, Rhode Island
Essays. Selections
Frank Lloyd Wright : preservation, design, and adding to iconic buildings
History on the line : testimony in the cause of preservation
Houses of Missouri 1870-1940
Housing Washington : two centuries of residential development and planning in the national capitol [sic] area
Julia Morgan, architect
Looking beyond the icons : midcentury architecture, landscape, and urbanism
Mall in Washington 1791-1991, The
Mall in Washington, The : 1791-1991
matter of taste, A : Willis Polk's writings on architecture in the Wave
On the edge of the world : four architects in San Francisco at the turn of the century
streamline era Greyhound terminals the architecture of W.S. Arrasmith, The
Sustainability and historic preservation
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