Period Revival

Period Revival

Not a specific architectural style, but rather a term that usually denotes a historic revival of some architectural mode; for examples, See Colonial Revival, Georgian Revival, Mission Revival, Pueblo Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival.
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Two-goal Django Farrel completed a second period revival to hand GSA a 4-3 victory at Bartley Green who had taken a two-goal lead through Elliot Nash.
4) One factor in the wave of period revival ism after World War I was the popular interest in preservation and restoration projects stimulated by sentimental patriotism and the rise of automobile tourism.
A third period revival looked on the cards as Billingham piled on the pressure and goals form Anthony Price, and James McCabe brought the Bombers to within one score of parity.
Paul, Minnesota, through the city's great construction boom of the mid-1880s, to the Period Revival architects of the 1920s and 30s, and the rise of modernism after World War II, the city's distinct history and character as reflected through the architecture of its buildings provides the reader with an historical survey of a rich architectural heritage that concludes with a final chapter on the architecture of present-day St.
Windsor Square: A period Revival home is the centerpiece of this neighborhood in the Mid-Wilshire area of L.
Kevin Wagstaff and Renee Williams staged a second period revival for Coton.