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Three New Directions: Paul Rudolph, Philip Johnson, Buckminster Fuller, Rudolph, Paul Marvin, 1918-1997 , [Re] Reading Perspecta: The First Fifty Years of the Yale Architectural Journal, Cambridge, MA, p.16-22, (2004)
Toward a Modern Architecture After Modernism, Stern, Robert A. M. , Robert A.M. Stern, 1965-1980: Toward a Modern Architecture After Modernism, New York, p.10-13, (1981)
Magazine Article
Tailor-Made Houses, , Architectural Forum, April, Volume 92, p.167-171, (1950)
Tall Tales: The stories of a few classic skyscrapers that were never built tell us much about what motivates architects, and their clients, too, Linn, Charles, James Murdock , Architectural Record Innovation, November, Volume 192, Number Supplement, p.52-58, (2004)
The technical challenge of preserving modern buildings, Wolfram, Andrew , ArcCA: the journal of the American Institute of Architects, California Council, Number 3, p.28-31, (2006)
Tectonics [high rise residences], , Process: architecture, January, Number 64, p.35-60, (1986)
Ten Buildings That Point the Future, , Fortune, October, Volume 70, p.134-139, (1964)
Texas Tour de Force, Schmertz, Mildred F. , House and Garden, December, Volume 163, p.164-173, (1991)
That's What a Town Is, , Progressive Architecture, April, Volume 48, p.188-191, (1967)
Theater Design Grants, , Architectural Forum, April, Volume 112, p.15-16, (1960)
These Critical Times, Boyd, Robin , Journal of Architectural Education, Summer, Volume 12, p.33-36, (1957)
Is This Geometry Really Environment?, Quantrill, Malcolm , Royal Institute of British Architects. Journal, October, Volume 82, p.5, (1975)
This House Has an Easy Retirement Plan, , House and Garden, August, Volume 102, p.44-47, (1952)
This is Wellesley!, Brunner, Eleanor Carroll , The Wellesley Alumae Magazine, March, Volume 40, p.133-138, (1956)
A Thoroughly Modern Conundrum: Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center, Pryslopski, Christopher , Hudson River Valley Review, Volume 21, p.72-83, (2004)

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