Charles Bulfinch Architect and Citizen
Place, Charles A.

Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1925. F xiv + 294 pages; useful index; black and white illustrated throughout; "... Few people realize the value of his service to his native town - long, faithful, unstinted. And so the life has come to have its part with the architecture, and the story is written in the hope that it may help others to a larger estimate of what Bulfinch was and what he did..." (from the Preface); contents including chapter information on the career of Bulfinch in Connecticut, Massachusetts, the National Capitol and information on his personal and public life; previous owner name on endpaper of architect Charles L. Nutt New York; volume approx. 9" 11" size, approx. 7 pounds with the shipping; bound in sturdy polished green buckram cloth, gilt cover titles, top edge gilt; some edge, tips wear, rubbing to boards, spine cloth darkened, titles dulled; contents clean and in very good condition, a good reference to this architect, especially via the many illustrations. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 23470)


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