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Posted by  erich on April 12, 2004 at 13:25:06:

In Reply to:  Regionalism posted by ali on April 10, 2004 at 12:30:32:

A good place to start is by contacting University book stores. Ask if they have any books on architecture of thier region. If they can't help try contacting someone in the architecture department (preferably an historian) and ask if they know of any books or articals about thier regions architecture. You shouldn't have to call too many universities from each region. For example if you wanted info about Southeastern regional architecture I would call maybe U. of Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana. From those four schools you should get enough info for that region.

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