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In addition to the Buildings of the United States and associated City Guide series, and SAH Archipedia, the groundbreaking digital encyclopedia of the built environment—all published with the Society of Architectural Historians—the University of Virginia Press offers a range of titles focusing on architecture and landscape design, including our ongoing series Midcentury: Architecture, Landscape, Urbanism, and Design, as well as regional books highlighting and reassessing Virginia’s history and the ongoing concerns of historic preservation.

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