VICTORIA: A PRIMER FOR REGIONAL HISTORY IN ARCHITECTURE.

By: Segger, Martin. Introduction by Leonard K. Eaton.

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377 pp, 9 1/4" H. Dark green cloth with gold lettering on spine. Signed on title page by Martin Segger and Douglas Franklin. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, drawings. Contents: Acknowledgements; Preface; Introduction; Four Essays (The Townscape: Images of Permanence, Prosperity, and Pleasure / The North-South Axis: Trade, Commerce, and Communications / Technology and Convenience: Developments in Civic Amenities / Style and Function: Insitutions, Politics, and People); Four Tours (Map / Tour One: Old Town / Map / Tour Two: James Bay / Map / Tour Three: Victoria's Churches / Map / Tour Four: Victoria's Residences); Biographies of Architects; Bibliography; Glossary of Terms; Index. Minor wrinkle on spine, light wrinkling at bottom of spine, minor rubbing on boards.

Title: VICTORIA: A PRIMER FOR REGIONAL HISTORY IN ARCHITECTURE.

Author Name: Segger, Martin. Introduction by Leonard K. Eaton.

Illustrator: Photographs by Douglas Franklin.

Categories: Architecture/Interior Design, Canada - Architecture, Canada - British Columbia,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: Watkins Glen, NY, Pilgrim Guide to Historic Architecture / American Life Foundation and Study Institute: 1979

ISBN Number: 0892570296

ISBN Number 13: 9780892570294

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Inscription: Signed by Author and Photographer.

Seller ID: 28148

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