First published in 1969, this 20 page volume features a collection of some of  the earliest photographs of the four major buildings by Richardson in Easton as well as sketches and floor plans. An introduction by Robert F. Brown, architectural historian, marks the renaissance of interest in H. H. Richardson.

The Architecture of H. H. Richardson in No. Easton

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