ROBERT MORRIS'S FOLLY: The Architectural and Financial Failures of an American Founder
Examines the extravagant Philadelphia town house built by Robert Morris--"financier of the American Revolution," confidant of George Washington, and former U.S. Senator. Part biography, part architectural history, it's also a multifaceted look at the mansion's role in bringing about Morris's ruin. Illus.
Size: 6½x9½ inches
Item #: 6682138
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