The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 61, July 1957 - April, 1958 Page: 559
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Book Reviews 559
came "the breeze-cooled sitting porch of the late afternoon and
The study closes with treatments of the Elizabet Ney Museum
(1892-1902), the North-Evans Chateau (1874-1892), the old
General Land Office Building (c. 1856), and the State Capitol
of Texas (1853-1881). The modes of treatment for these struc-
tures follow out the discussions in the first part of the book.
A good deal that might be here set down in measured praise
of this volume on aspects of the material culture of Austin must
be omitted. The book will be of permanent interest, appealing
as it does to students of the American heritage in its many local
manifestations, whether in Texas or elsewhere, to architects and
to historians of architecture and American house construction.
The edition is limited to 300 numbered, signed copies which
are for sale by the author. FULMER MOOD
University of Texas
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