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13394   Thomas Jefferson: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Architecture  
Melvin Haft
Thomas Jefferson, statesman, president, and author of the Declaration of Independence is known to every school child. But do they know that Thomas Jefferson is the father of ... Issue Date: 9 / 1987

12166   Louis Sullivan: Creating Ornament as Architecture  
Wim de Wit
Although not as famous as the Paris cemetery Pere-Lachaise, Graceland Cemetery in Chicago attracts thousands of tourists every year. Some visitors go there to admire the ... Issue Date: 2 / 1987

11351   Baltimore: Revitalization by Design  
Ray Rhinehart
It used to be that Baltimore was a city of departures, not destinations; a ten-minute layover on the rail line linking America''s political and financial capitals. Native son ... Issue Date: 11 / 1986

11582   New York's Three Modern Art Museums: Expansion at a Premium  
Gregory Speck
In a city where residential and commercial space is at a premium like nowhere else in America, plans recently announced and undertaken by three prominent modern art museums to ... Issue Date: 9 / 1986

11222   Carnegie Hall: A National Monument to Music  
Gregory Speck
New York City''s great lady of classical music has recently been enshrouded in scaffolding, which has caused many a pedestrian to gaze skyward and wonder what is going on at ... Issue Date: 5 / 1986

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