Table of contents for American architects and their books, 1840-1915 / edited by Kenneth Hafertepe and James F. O'Gorman.

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Introduction: Architects and Books, 1840?1915 					
Kenneth Hafertepe and James F. O?Gorman						00
1. Downing?s Readings?and Readings of Downing
Kenneth Hafertepe									 1
2. Oliver Smith, Housewright and Itinerant Architect
Ted Cavanagh										000
3. ?Vast Avenues to Knowledge?: Thomas Ustick Walter?s Books
Jhennifer A. Amundson								000
4. Samuel Sloan, Pattern Books, and the Question of Professional Identity
Elspeth Cowell									000
5. ?At the Core of His Career?: Enoch A. Curtis and Architectural Books
Daniel D. Reiff									000
6. Edward Townsend Mix: Books and the Professional Architect in Nineteenth-Century Milwaukee
Chris Szczesny-Adams								000
7. The Architectural Library of Henry A. Sims
Michael J. Lewis									000
8. ?Either in Books or Architecture?: Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue in the 1890s
James F. O?Gorman									000
9. John Calvin Stevens?s Architectural Library
Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr.								000
10. Books and Libraries in Frank Lloyd Wrights Oak Park Days
Elaine Harrington									000
11. Wright and Melville?s Chimney
James F. O?Gorman									000
12. Exotic and Aesthetic: The Library of Charles Sumner Greene
Edward R. Bosley and Anne E. Mallek						000
Contributors										000
Index											000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Architects -- Books and reading -- United States.
Architectural writing -- United States -- History -- 19th century.
Architectural writing -- United States -- History -- 20th century.