FROM STATEHOUSE TO COURTHOUSE: An Architectural History of South Carolina's Colonial Capitol and Charleston County Courthouse
This architectural history traces the historical and architectural development of one of the most important but least understood buildings constructed in eighteenth-century South Carolina. Lounsbury's account of the colonial capitol serves as a blueprint for the proper methods of investigating early building practices. Illus.
Size: 7¼x10¼ inches
Item #: 3782816
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