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SAH/BUS City Guide

Buildings of the United States is a series of books on American architecture compiled and written on a state-by-state basis, with separate guides for specific cities. The primary objective of the series is to identify and celebrate the rich cultural, economic, and geographical diversity of the United States as it is reflected in the architecture of each state. The series has been commissioned by the Society of Architectural Historians, an organization dedicated to the study, interpretation, and preservation of the built environment throughout the world.

Series Editor: Karen Kingsley
UVAP Editor: Mark Mones


Buildings of Savannah

Robin B. Williams. With David Gobel, Patrick Haughey, Daves Rossell, and Karl Schuler

While Savannah's famous urban plan is rightly renowned in many studies of urban history, what brings streams of tourists and architects to the city, and daily engages residents with its fascinating history, are not abstract principles of urban planning but a compelling fabric of buildings... More