Hamlin (1944) Greek Revival Architecture in America – First Edition


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Hamlin, Talbot. Greek Revival Architecture in America, being an account of important trends in American Architecture and American Life prior to the War Between The States. (Oxford University Press: London – Toronto – New York. 1944) First Edition.

Large Octavo.  xl, 439 pages.  95 Plates.  Biblio., index. DJ included. Hardcover in decorated cloth-covered boards with white spine strip. DJ in white, black and blue.  $7.50 price on front flap.

Condition: Binding straight and solid, no lean to spine, hinges show no cracking. Light soiling to edges with some spotting to edge of text block.  No ownership marks. DJ shows minor edgewear and is placed in a Brodart for its protection.  Overall a nice copy with DJ.

A classic in the field of Historical Architecture.
By a Pulitzer Prize winning Author.


Talbot Faulkner Hamlin (June 16, 1889 – October 7, 1956) was an American architect, architectural historian, writer and educator. – Wikipedia