Houses of the Berkshires, 1870-1930 (The Architecture of Leisure)
"Houses of the Berkshires" surveys 35 of the most renowned resort estates of Lenox and Stockbridge, Massachusetts, designed by nationally-known firms, including McKim, Mead & White, Carrere and Hastings, and Frederick Law Olmsted. The client list included lawyer and Ambassador Joseph Choate, inventor George Westinghouse, and novelist-social observer Edith Wharton. Illustrated with over 300 archival photographs and floor plans, the book uniquely chronicles a distinctive social and literary colony and now vanished way of life.
Specifications of Houses of the Berkshires, 1870-1930 (The Architecture of Leisure)
|Author||Richard S. Jackson Jr., Cornelia Brooke Gilder|
|Number Of Pages||314|
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