FINK, AJ: Beyond the White Marble Steps: A Look at Baltimore Neighborhoods

Book cover. Beyond the White Marble Steps: A Look at Baltimore NeighborhoodsFink, Alan J.; Rehbein, Leslie. Beyond the White Marble Steps: A Look at Baltimore Neighborhoods. Livelier Baltimore Committee of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association, 1979.

Unmarked. Some rubbing on back cover at spine. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30223) $12.00

Title based on the white marble steps that adorn the row houses of Baltimore City. Photographs throughout. Covers all neighborhoods. 103p.

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HARTE, J: Land Use, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Integrity: The Challenge of Preserving Earth’s Life Support System

Harte, John. Land Use, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Integrity: The Challeng of Preserving Earth’s Life Support System (Reprint, Ecology Law Review, Vol 27, No. 4). Regents of the University of California, 2001. Unmarked. Tables. Very Good. Paperback. (#30204) $12.00

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Reprint, Ecology Law Review, Vol 27, No. 4, pp 929-966.

SCULLY, V: The Villas of Palladio: Photographers by Philip Trager

Scully, Vincent. The Villas of Palladio: Photographers by Philip Trager. Bulfinch, 1992. ISBN: 0821218980. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30175) $16.00

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Andrea Palladio (1508-1580) may well be the single most influential architect ever, and by conspicuously adopting his vocabulary, Michael Graves, Philip Johnson and the post-modernists have made him a byword for the 1980s and 1990s.

This book contains photographs and text which disclose some of Palladio’s elegant country houses, located in the north of Italy. Foreword by Renato Cevese. Introduction by Michael Graves. Afterword by Gian Antonio Golin.