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AIA Guide to New York City


TitleAIA Guide to New York City
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2000
AuthorsWhite, Norval, and Willensky Elliot
Edition4th
PublisherCrown Publishers
Place PublishedNew York
Publication Languageeng
Call NumberREF NA735.N5 A78 2000
Keywords101, 13th, 1918-1997, 1966, 1967, 1967-1972, 1967-1997, 1971, 20, 23, 251, 3033, 40, 63rd, 810, Alteration, and, Apartment, Authority, Beekman, Bronx, Brown, Building, City, Davidson, East, Hirsch, Home, Houses, Housing, Marvin, Middletown, Mosholu, New, NY, Parkway, Paul, Place, Plaza, Residence, Road, Rudolph, South, Street, Towers, Tracey, West, York
Abstract

The Brown Residence, also known as the First National Church of the Exquisite Panic was originally designed by Richard Morris Hunt, 1887-1888 as a library. Referred to in this Guide as "The Great Building Crackup."

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