|Author:||Jean F Block|
|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||University of Chicago Library; First edition (1983)|
|Category:||Teaching and Education|
|Other formats:||rtf lrf docx mbr|
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Published January 1st 1985 by University of Chicago Press. The Uses of Gothic: Planning and Building the Campus of the University of Chicago 1892-1932. 0226060047 (ISBN13: 9780226060040).
Block, Jean F. Publication, Distribution, et. Chicago xix, 262 p. : ill. ;, 24 x 31 cm. General Note: Exhibition held at the Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago, May-Sept. Chicago. University of Chicago Library, (c)1983. Physical Description: xix, 262 p.
Front endpapers depict the University of Chicago in 1900 and the rear endpapers depict the University in 1932. Book measures . " tall by 1. 5" wide and contains 262 pages will many, many illustrations. A beautiful study of the architecture of this fine university. Light wear to edge of cover. DJ is loose and has some wear along the edge and some small chips at the corners. Front endpapers depict the University of Chicago in 1900 and the rear endpapers depict the University in 1932. Bookseller Inventory 000208. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Uses of Gothic : Planning and Building.
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Built in 1892 (Snell) and 1901 (Hitchcock), they are the oldest residence halls still in use as such on the university's . The Uses of Gothic Planning and Building the Campus of the University of Chicago, 1892–1932. The University of Chicago Library.
Built in 1892 (Snell) and 1901 (Hitchcock), they are the oldest residence halls still in use as such on the university's campus. Snell is built in a Collegiate Gothic style, while Hitchcock is Prairie Style-inspired Gothic. The buildings feature fireplaces and exteriors of limestone, as well as hardwood molding and trim. Snell–Hitchcock is known for having a high level of community spirit and involvement, which are best displayed at the annual University of Chicago Scavenger Hunt.
Book Description UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS, CHICAGO, IL, 1983. Enc. original de tapa dura. Condition: NUEVO, NEW. 1ª edicion. Block, j. f. the uses of gothic. Planning and building the campus of the university of chicago 1892-1932. CHICAGO, IL, 1983, xix 262 p. figuras Encuadernacion original. Seller Inventory 49996.
The Uses of Gothic by Jean Block. this book is taught in the University of Chicago campus course and it talks about all the big names going into the founding of the university. the names on the main quads buildings? THEYRE PEOPLE YALL. Free download for anyone interested in the history of the UChicago campus.