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For instance, in a recent review in the Society of Architectural Historians' official journal, Leland M.
Les differentes contributions, a l'exception de celle de Leland Roth, sont issues d'une session organisee sur le sujet par le professeur Garner dans le cadre d'une rencontre de la Society of Architectural Historians tenue a Boston enavril 1990.
In a series founded by the Society of Architectural Historians, this volume describes buildings in an area central to the development of the US.
Maria del Fiore: A Working Hypothesis." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 42: 101-20.
Clark's participated on many boards and committees including the Cardinal's Committee of the Laity, the American Institute of Architects, the Ad Hoc Committee of American College of Radiology, the American Association for Hospital Planning, the Society of Architectural Historians, and The New York Association for Ambulatory Care.
Seventeen years in the making, this volume is published as part of the estimable Buildings of the United States series, an ambitious state-by-state project of the Society of Architectural Historians. An introductory chapter offers an engaging, in-depth review of the built environment in the region, including discussion of Native American habitation, European settlement, buildings of various types (log, stone, brick, town, farm, industrial), early transportation, the impact of the automobile, tourism, historic preservation, and notable architects.
. "What Brunelleschi Saw: Monument and Site at the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 47 (1988): 14-44.
Part of the Society of Architectural Historians' Buildings of the United States series, this title views the buildings of Delaware from all periods and types, including urban, rural, private, industrial, and practical structures.
I have benefited enormously from responses to aspects of this paper at several conferences: the University of Manchester in 1997 and the previous year at uSe Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, the Renaissance Conference of Southern California, the meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians in a session organized by George Gorse, the University of British Columbia, and a cross-disciplinary symposium organized by Michael Stone-Richards at Northwestern University.

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