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Faculty Project: house on the Gulf of Mexico, Sarasota, Florida, 1999, Mori, Toshiko , Harvard Design Magazine, Fall, p.104-105, (1999)
Fashions in Living, , Vogue, January, Volume 135, p.151-152, (1960)
First Design Award: House, Siesta Key, Florida, , Progressive Architecture, January, Volume 36, p.65-67, (1955)
Five Levels Give a Dramatic Sequence of Spaces, , Architectural Record, Mid-May, Volume 125, p.76-79, 160, (1959)
Florida Architecture: A Celebration: The History of the Florida Association of Architects, A.I.A., 1912-2000, Bailey, Keith S., Greer Diane D., and Howey John , [Tallahassee], (2000)
Florida Conversion, Litchfield, Electus D. , Architectural Forum, February, Volume 88, p.20, (1948)
Florida Legends: Paul Rudolph and the Sarasota School of Architecture, , Florida Monthly, November, Volume 25, p.66, (2005)
Florida Modern: Residential Architecture 1945-1970, Hochstim, Jan , New York, (2004)
Florida school board rejects McAslan's `illegal' design., , Building Design, December 14, p.7, (2007)
Florida's Vanishing Architecture, Dunlop, Beth , Englewood, FL, (1987)
For Joyous Living and Five Children, , Architectural Record, January, Volume 107, p.Cover, 76-83, (1950)
Foster Joins Campaign to Save Florida School, , Building Design, October 20, p.6, (2006)
Four 1948 Houses: Each Built To-Order for $20,000 or Less, , House and Garden, August, Volume 96, p.76-82, 91, 97, 99-100, (1949)
Four Concrete Beach Houses Provide Hallmarks of Luxury on a Small Scale, , Architecture Forum, October, Volume 89, p.106-111, (1948)
From Concrete Block: A Serene House of Rare Beauty, , House and Garden, July, Volume 118, p.68-73, (1960)
The Future of the Past, Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl , Perspecta, Volume 7, p.65-76, (1961)
The Future of the Past, Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl , [Re] Reading Perspecta: The First Fifty Years of the Yale Architectural Journal, Cambridge, MA, p.120-126, (2004)
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Genetrix: Personal Contributions to American Architecture, , Architectural Review, May, Volume 121, p.336-386, (1957)
Ghost Architecture: ­A high school by Paul Rudolph now awaits the same fate as the Larkin Building., Szenasy, Susan S. , Metropolis, July/August, Volume 29, Number 1, p.16, (2009)
Glazing Around, Rohan, Timothy M. , Wallpaper, March, p.253-256, 258, (2000)
Good Design Knows No Date: Furniture and Household Objects, Vintage 1952, Can Hold Their Own with Those of the Past and Future, , House and Garden, October, Volume 102, p.164-169, (1952)
Group Offers Riverview Plan: Idea Would Save Paul Rudolph Buildings, Raise Cost of Project, Babiarz, Liz , Sarasota Herald-Tribune, March 20, (2007)
Guest Houses with Plastic Roofs, , Progressive Architecture, July, Volume 33, p.103-105, (1952)
The Gulf Club, Rohan, Timothy , Wallpaper, June, p.61-64, 66, (1998)
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Heir to the Legacy, King, Joseph , Echoes, January, Volume 38, p.74-79, 93, (2002)

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