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Posted by  JWmHarmon on April 22, 2003 at 12:07:17:

In Reply to:  what kind of a arhitectural site is this posted by willy forest on April 19, 2003 at 21:34:25:

Architectural history books and web sites tend to concentrate on buildings that are inovative at the time they were built. Unless a book or web site is devoted to one or to a handfull of architects, they often don't include many of the other magnificent buildings in the world.

I have travelled extensively throughout the United States observing architecture of all kinds. Many fine buildings are never published anywhere or are only published locally.

I would encourage you to take photos of the buildings and donate those photos to sites like GreatBuildings.com or start your own site featuring these buildings. (I'm sure everyone has lots of spare time to do this. LOL)

 
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