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Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota download ebook
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0816607753
ISBN13:
978-0816607754
Author:
David Gebhard
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Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (March 1, 1978)
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492 pages
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David S. Gebhard (1927 – 1 March 1996) was a leading architectural historian, particularly known for his books on the architecture and architects of California.

David S. He was a long-time faculty member at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and was dedicated to the preservation of Santa Barbara architecture. Gebhard was born and raised in Minnesota; he received his P. at the University of Minnesota in 1958.

Architecture - Minnesota - Guidebooks. Minneapolis : Published by the University of Minnesota Press for the University Gallery of the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Society of Architects. inlibrary; printdisabled; ibrary; phillipsacademy; americana. Martinson, Tom, 1944- joint author; University of Minnesota. University Gallery; Minnesota Society of Architects.

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Publisher:University of Minnesota Press. 200 Years of American Architectural Drawing. Tulsa Art Deco: An Architectural Era Nineteen Twenty-Five to Nineteen Forty-Two. Junior League of Tulsa, Inc. Staff, David Gebhard. Los Angeles in the Thirties.

Start by marking Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota as Want to Read . Traces MinnesotaOCOs architectural development in eight regions of the state from territorial days to the present and outlines tours of the stateOCOs landmarks. A perfect companion for sight-seeing trips.

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Gebhard, David and Martinson, Tom, A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota . Gebhard, David et a. The Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California, Gibbs M. Smith Books, Salt Lake City 1985

Gebhard, David and Martinson, Tom, A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis MN 1977. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, et a. The Guide to Architecture in Los Angeles and Southern California, Peregrine Smith, Santa Barbara 1977, ISBN 0-87905-049-7. Smith Books, Salt Lake City 1985, ISBN 0-87905-202-3. Gebhard, David, California Romanza: Frank Lloyd Wright in California, Chronicle Books, San Francisco 1988, ISBN 0-87701-379-9.

David Gebhard, an architectural historian who specialized in the architecture of. .He also wrote architectural guides to Minnesota and Iowa. Mr. Gebhard was born in Cannon Falls, Minn. and earned a doctorate in art and architectural history from the University of Minnesota in 1958.

David Gebhard, an architectural historian who specialized in the architecture of California, died on Sunday while bicycling near his home. He was 68 and lived in Santa Barbara. The cause was a heart attack, said a spokesman at the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he taught.

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Gebhard, David and Martinson, Tom, A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis MN 1977. The Guide to Architecture in Los Angeles and Southern California, Peregrine Smith, Santa Barbara 1977, ISBN 0879050497. Smith Books, Salt Lake City 1985, ISBN 0879052023. Gebhard, David, California Romanza: Frank Lloyd Wright in California, Chronicle Books, San Francisco 1988, ISBN 0877013799.

Gebhard was a leading architectural historian, particularly known for his books on the architecture and architects of California. He served, for six years, as director of the Roswell Museum and Art Center in New Mexico, before moving to University of California Santa Barbara in 1961. As a teacher he inspired many students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

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