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100 By Paul Rudolph / 1946-74, , Architecture and Urbanism, July, p.1-327, (1977)
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Advertisement: Mo-Sai Institute, Inc, , Architectural Forum, December, Volume 115, p.20, (1961)
Advertisement: Universal Atlas Cement Division of United States Steel, , Architectural Forum, June, Volume 114, p.19, (1961)
AIA Guide to Boston: Contemporary Landmarks, Urban Design, Parks, Historic Buildings and Neighborhoods, Southworth, Susan, and Southworth Michael , Guilford, CT, (2008)
American Architecture, 1607-1976, Whiffen, Marcus, and Koeper Frederick , Cambridge, MA, (1981)
American Architecture and Urbanism, Scully, Vincent Joseph, 1920- , London, (1969)
American Architecture: Ideas and Ideologies in the Late Twentieth Century, Heyer, Paul , New York, (1993)
Another Building by a Noted Modernist Comes Under Threat, This Time in Boston, Hay, David , New York Times, March 7, p.3, (2007)
Another Major Project for Boston, , Progressive Architecture, February, Volume 45, p.62-64, (1964)
The Architect as Urbanist, Bruegmann, Robert , Paul Rudolph: The Late Work, New York, p.16-38, (2003)
Architects on architecture: new directions in America., Heyer, Paul , New York, (1966)
Architects on Architecture: New Directions in America, Heyer, Paul , New York, (1993)
Architectural Drawings, Jacoby, Helmut , New York, (1965)
Architectural Photography, Veltri, John , Garden City, NY, (1974)
Architecture, 1970-1980 : A Decade of Change, Davern, Jeanne M. , New York, (1980)
Architecture and City Planning in the Twentieth Century, Magnago Lampugnani, Vittorio , New York, (1984)
Architecture Boston, Eldredge, Joseph L. , Barre, MA, (1976)
Architecture in the Age of Alienation: Paul Rudolph's Postwar Academic Buildings, Rohan, Timothy M. , Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, (2001)
Architecture in the United States: A Survey of Architectural Styles Since 1776, Hammett, Ralph W. , New York, (1976)
The Architecture of Madness: Buildings Can Drive You Crazy, But Can They Help Restore Mental Health?, Nobel, Philip , Metropolis, October, Volume 19, p.128-131, 161, (1999)
The Architecture of Paul Rudolph, Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl, and Schwab Gerhard , New York, (1970)
The Architecture of the United States, Smith, Kidder G. E. , Volume 1 New Engl, Garden City, NY, (1981)
The Art and Architecture of Paul Rudolph, Monk, Tony , Chichester, West Sussex, (1999)
At the Convention, Bernstein, Fred A. , Architect, Volume 97, Number 4, p.55, (2008)
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Bad Economy Saves Rudolph's Blue Cross Building in Boston?, , Paul Rudolph Foundation Blog, December 8, 2008, (2008)

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