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English Domestic Architecture of the XVII and Xviii Centuries : A Selection of Examples of Smaller Buildings, Measured, Drawn and Photographed, With an Introduction and Notes

By Field, Horace

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Title: English Domestic Architecture of the XVII and Xviii Centuries : A Selection of Examples of Smaller Buildings, Measured, Drawn and Photographed, With an Introduction and Notes  
Author: Field, Horace
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Language: English
Subject: Architecture, Domestic -- England, Architecture, Modern -- 17th Century England, Architecture, Modern -- 18th Century England
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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1905
Publisher: London; Bell

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B. 186, F. H., & 1873, B. M. (1905). English Domestic Architecture of the XVII and Xviii Centuries : A Selection of Examples of Smaller Buildings, Measured, Drawn and Photographed, With an Introduction and Notes. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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