The Chicago school of architecture; early followers of Sullivan and Wright, by Mark L. Peisch.

New York, Random House [1964] .

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Subjects Architectes -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Architects -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Architecture -- Illinois -- Chicago.
Chicago school of architecture (Movement)
City planning.
EĢcole de Chicago (Architecture)
Illinois -- Chicago.
Series Columbia University studies in art history and archaeology ; no. 5.
Description xiii, 177 pages illustrations, plans, portraits 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "Originally prepared as a dissertation at Columbia University."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 161-167).
Also issued online.
Contents Introduction -- Nathan Ricker and the beginnings of Midwestern architectural education -- Chicago architecture around 1900: the protagonists and the contributors -- The Oak Park Studio, 1900-1909 -- The domestic architecture of the Chicago School -- The public architecture of the Chicago School -- The Chicago School in landscapes architecture and town planning -- Griffin and the plan for Canberra -- The Chicago School after 1914 -- Conclusion.
Geographic Area Illinois
Network Numbers (OCoLC)345463
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Peisch, Mark L.
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