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The Dwelling Houses of Charleston, South Carolina

by Alice R. Huger Smith

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This is a paperback re-issue of a classic whose 1970s hardback reprint is easy to come by. What makes this book worth having is Gene Waddell's introductory essay. He puts the author into her mileu, eliminates your doubts as to her erudition and credentials, and illuminates her academic and salon education.
There are also newly-published photos.
  JulieByrd | Aug 12, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 159629261X, Paperback)

The famous, classic volume on the architecture of Charleston's houses and neighborhoods, with a new introduction and foreword by architectural historian Gene Waddell and a collection of twenty rare sketches by Alice R. Huger Smith from her portfolio on the Miles Brewton House.

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