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A GREAT ASSOCIATION, FROM GOODHUE TO ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT CLARENCE STEIN

The Cathedral.

[New York: T.M. Cleland, 1919.

One of 60 copies printed for Bertram Grosevnor Goodhue. Full-page frontispiece of " The Cathedral and the City of Chartres from the River Evre." XXXIV pages. Printed in red and black. 4to. A GREAT ASSOCIATION, FROM GOODHUE TO ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT CLARENCE STEIN. Blue paper over boards, paper spine label, bumped at haes and tail of spine. Item #319158

Inscribed by Goodhue on ffep to Clarence Stein, architect, city planner a backer of the Garden City movement
Stein worked in the Gooidhue/Cram offices from 1911 and "and contributed to three of Goodhue's large-scale projects of that time: the Panama-California Exposition (1915) in San Diego, California, the company town of Tyrone, New Mexico, and the master plan and individual buildings for the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. "

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