32 pp. volume showcasing the most noteworthy buildings and businesses in the environs of the town of Dieppe, in the Normandy region of France, designed by the architects Helion, Pelleray, and Chalverat, including churches, schools, private villas, civil buildings, and assorted businesses including a bank, a Renault showroom, a patisserie, a cafe, and a bookstore, index of collaborating tradesmen, and 8 pages of vintage advertisements at the back, illustrated profusely throughout with reproductions of black-and-white photographs depiciting primarily the exteriors of the buildings. Foxing to title page, other very minor foxing and staining scattered throughout. 4to. Orig. printed wrpps., vertical crease running down front cover and creased lower right corner. Strasbourg (EDARI - Edition d'Architecture, d'Industrie et d'Economie Rurale S.A.R.L.) n.d. (circa 1930s). An interesting survey of a wide range of public and domestic architecture in one single small town in pre-war France. Very scarce; as of July 2015, WorldCat locates only one holding in a North American institution. (Inventory #: 48301)
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