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Nineteenth-century brick architecture in the Roanoke valley and beyond : discovering the true legacies of the Deyerle builders

Author: Michael J Pulice
Publisher: Roanoke, Va. : Historical Society of Western Virginia ; Lynchburg, Va. : Blackwell Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Since 1934, more than 20 landmark Roanoke area buildings have been attributed to Benjamin Deyerle as the architect, brick maker, and builder. Pulice's research shows that the attributions were made without primary source documentation and with solid evidence to the contrary. This work seeks to establish the contributions made by Benjamin Deyerle and the Deyerle family while debunking the lore surrounding them.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael J Pulice
ISBN: 9780981625133 0981625134
OCLC Number: 773370693
Description: xi, 188 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
Other Titles: 19th century brick architecture in the Roanoke valley and beyond
Discovering the true legacies of the Deyerle builders
Responsibility: Michael J. Pulice.

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Since 1934, more than 20 landmark Roanoke area buildings have been attributed to Benjamin Deyerle as the architect, brick maker, and builder. Pulice's research shows that the attributions were made without primary source documentation and with solid evidence to the contrary. This work seeks to establish the contributions made by Benjamin Deyerle and the Deyerle family while debunking the lore surrounding them.

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