Newport Through Its Architecture
Makes a significant contribution, not only to the history of architecture in Newport, but also to the history of architecture in the United States . . . descriptive enough to satisfy the architectural scholar, while at the same time explanatory enough to allow the casual reader to appreciate the field. M. Hunter Ulf, Vice President, New England Chapter, American Institute of Architects"
A remarkable coincidence of unplanned historical events has preserved Newport, Rhode Islands architectural heritage in a way that is rare among American cities. Explore these structures through this large hardcover book, full of photographs and architectural history.
By James L Yarnall, Published by the University Press of New England, 2005, 324 pages, Hardcover