THE ARCHITECTURE OF RALPH ADAMS CRAM AND HIS OFFICE
Showcases many ecclesiastical and public projects by the man who created such masterpieces as St. John the Divine Cathedral in New York City. Draws on a wealth of archival material, lavish images, and floor plans, to reveal how Cram's interests in medievalism and mysticism are represented in his buildings.
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