Paris: Charles-Antoine Jombert, 1754. Nouvelle edition. Preceded by the very scarce editions of 1721 and 1722, this is... Read More
New York: Doubleday, Page and Company, 1900-1901.
New York: The Architectural Record, 1924. First edition. Ely Kahn's Copy. An important book with a spectacular provenance. Solon's book on Greek polychromatic architecture reawakened an interest in the use of color among architects and established Solon as the leading authority on the subject. It was Solon who collaborated a....
Paris: se vend chez l'un des auteurs, 1886. First edition. Ouvrage Publié sous les Auspices de la Société de la Diana.
London: Faber and Faber, . First edition. The Whitbread's Home in Bedfordshire for 5 generations.
Paris: H. Laurens, n.d.
New York: Random House, . Second printing. Bridge Engineer to Architect. A fine asociation copy, inscribed on the flyleaf to the famous New York Architects, ELY JACQUES KAHN:"To"ELY JACQUES KAHN "ARCHITECT"In cordial appreciation"and sincere esteem "D B Steinman"
Disentis - Madernal, Switzerland: Felix Huonder, n.d. [ca. 1900?].
London: T. Batsford, 94, High Holborn, 1903. First edition.
New York: Scientific Book Corporation, 1928.
New York: U.P.C. Company, 1922. Reprint of original 1916 American Architect Edition.
London: Country Life, 1925. First edition.
Tours: By Clarey-Martineau for la Société Archéologique, 1845. First edition. With the book label of Charles Wellford Leavitt, Jr.
London: Published by Josiah Taylor, . First edition. A practical compendium for the rural builder of cottages and villas in the Grecian, Gothic and Italians styles. The author has adopted his designs "to the environs of the metropolis and large towns...The elevations are also arranged so as to combine as...
New York et al: c. 1960s.
Venezia: Appresso Cristoforo Zane, 1738. Second edition (first printed by Zane in 1732). Italian edition of Vaslet’s Introduction à la connoissance des antiquitez romaines (1723), an early guide to the systematic study of Classical Rome, covering laws and administration, military and naval matters, with a calendar of festivals and discussions...
Paris: Presses Universitaires de Frances, 1956. First edition.
N.p. [Rome?]: n.d. [ca. c. 1760?]. Acqua, Giuseppe dell. Views of Veronese Architecture. The illustrator and engraver Dell'Acqua (1734-1787), according to Benezit, was born in Vienna, assimilated the style of the French, and produced a large number of engravings for booksellers on a wide variety of subjects. Here are some.....
New York: Architectural Book Publishing Co. Inc, . First edition.
Room 210, 130 Dearborn Street [Chicago]: G.M Watson & Co, n.d., ca. 1880s. Chicago Shingle-Style Home. 10 vintage photographs of the shingle-style home of one P.S. Hudson of Chicago, with two views of the exterior and 8 interior views of the library, parlor, dinning room, music room, etc.
London: Country Life, 1914. Second printing.
New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, . No. 278 of 350 copies signed by the author.
[New York]: 1893- 1927. The Building, the Business, The Family: A Woolworth Archive. A remarkable archive pertaining to the retail (five and dime) pioneer, Frank Winfield Woolworth (April 13, 1852 – April 8, 1919), who opened his first store in 1879, and who, by 1911, had incorporated 586 stores in...
New York: The Anderson Galleries [Mitchell Kennerley, President] Sale 2120, January 6, 7, 1927 a5 8:15. Sale brought sale $36,975.
New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, (1949).
n.p. [Spring Green, Wisconsin]: February 20, 1952. An affectionate, conversational, and at times pointed, letter to Wright’s friend and champion, architectural critic Lewis Mumford. Wright playfully addresses Mumford as “Llewis” and begins the letter with high praise:“I can't tell you how good it was to be with you again in.....