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The work of Cram and Ferguson, architects, including work by Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson;

Author: Cram and Ferguson,
Publisher: New York, Pencil Points Press, 1929.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cram and Ferguson,
OCLC Number: 920500
Description: 6 p. l., 343 pl. on 176 l. (1 folded, incl. plans) 2 l. col. front., 1 col. ill. 37 cm.
Responsibility: with an introduction by Charles D. Maginnis.

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