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|Title:||Beauty of the city : A.E. Doyle, Portland's architect /|
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|ISBN:||9780870712982 (alk. paper); 0870712985 (alk. paper)|
|Notes:||Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-268) and index.
Content: Growing up -- Preparation -- Starting -- In partnership -- Alone -- After the war -- To avoid as much worry as possible -- Dwindling -- Carrying on.
|Description:||xvi, 278 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Growing up -- Preparation -- Starting -- In partnership -- Alone -- After the war -- To avoid as much worry as possible -- Dwindling -- Carrying on.|
|Responsibility:||by Philip Niles.|
|Publisher:||Corvallis : Oregon State University Press,|
|Standard Numbers:||LCCN: 2008020944|
|Class Descriptors:||LC Class No.: NA737.D68; Dewey No.: 720.92 B|
"During a period of rapid growth in Portland, after the Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition and before the Great Depression, Albert E. Doyle was the city's most important architect. Beauty of the City is the first full-length biography of this celebrated architect. Doyle's career was short, just twenty-one years. Yet everywhere Portland retains his imprint. Using A. E. Doyle's own diaries and letters and his firm's records, Philip Niles traces the architect's life and times in the context of the burgeoning cityscape."--BOOK JACKET.
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