New York: Architectural Book Publishing Company, 2000. Reprinted. Hardcover. G+ no dust jacket, minor discoloration to page edges, previous owner's name inside in ink, light general wear to boards. Lilac cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover; blue & purple & cream dust jacket, 212 pp., many BW plates. Originally published in 1923, this is a 2000 reprint. "The architectural firm of Mellor, Meigs & Howe transformed American domestic design. By combining local building traditions with the rural architecture of England and France, they created a new American architecture for suburban and country houses." (dj).
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