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The City Observed, New York : A Guide to the Architecture of Manhattan, Goldberger, Paul , New York, (1979)
Chronological List of Works by Paul Rudolph 1946-1974, , Architecture and Urbanism, January, Number 49, p.148-169, (1975)
Chris Mottalini: after you left, they took it apart, Mottalini, Chris , (2008)
Children in the Plan, , House and Garden, December, Volume 96, p.144-149, 160-161, (1949)
Chapter Two Started Here, Pearson, Clifford A. , Architectural Record, March, Volume 193, p.243-244, (2005)
Ceerrito's House Shows Striking Example of Tomorrow's Trend Today, Muller, Jane A. , Seaside Topics, August 30, Watch Hill, RI, p.15-16, (1957)
Castles in the Air, , Living for Young Homemakers, October, Volume 14, p.108-117, (1961)
Case Immaginarie: A Singapore, Riani, Paolo , Ville Giardini, July-August, Volume 261, p.34-37, (1991)
Casa a Jacksonville: Non Muto di un Ette, , Architettura, January, Volume 8, p.622, (1963)
Cantilevers Create Multi-Level Interest, , Architectural Record, Mid-May, Volume 119, p.200-202, (1956)
Cabana in Concrete, , Architectural Forum, May, Volume 110, p.122-127, (1959)
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But Does it Work?, Chapman, Priscilla , London Sunday Times Magazine, August 1, p.16-21, (1965)
Built in USA: Post-War Architecture, Hitchcock, Henry Russell, and Drexler Arthur , New York, (1952)
Brick Walls, And Bad Blood, Deal, William Neumanbig , New York Times, January 16, p.1, (2005)
Boston's Monuments; Implied Spaces, , Architectural Review, September, Volume 142, p.169-172, (1967)
Beautiful Headache: Architect Paul Rudolph’s Genre-Defying Beekman Place House has Been Restored, with Modifications, to its Glassy Glory., Hay, David , New York Magazine, October 9, Volume 39, p.52-57, (2006)
The beach house in Paul Rudolph's early work, McDonough, Michael , School of Architecture, December, p.31, 30 leaves, (1986)
Beach House at Water's Edge is Open in all Directions, Relies on Wind Breaks and Wide Overhangs for Protection, , Architectural Forum, April, Volume 86, p.92-93, (1947)

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