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Utah Historic Architectural Guide Bibliography


Blumenson, John J.-G. Identifying American Architecture: A Pictorial Guide to Styles and Terms, 1600-1945. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History, 1977.

Brunskill, R.W. Illustrated Handbook of Vernacular Architecture. London: Faber and Faber, 1971.

Carter, Thomas and Elizabeth Collins Cromley. Invitation to Vernacular Architecture: A Guide to the Study of Ordinary Buildings and Landscapes. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2005.

Foley, Mary Mix. The American House. New York: Harper and Row, 1980.

Gottfried, Herbert and Jan Jennings. American Vernacular Design, 1870-1940. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1985.

Gowans, Alan. Images of American Living: Four Centuries of Architecture and Furniture as Cultural Expression. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1964.

Handlin, David. American Architecture. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1985.

Harris, Cyril M. Illustrated Dictionary of Historic Architecture. New York: Dover, 1977.

Jordan, Terry G. American Log Buildings: An Old World Heritage. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1985.

Maddex, Diane, ed. Built in the U.S.A.: American Buildings from Airports to Zoos. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Press, 1986.

McAlester, Virginia, and Lee McAlester. A Field Guide to American Houses. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

McKee, Harley J. Introduction to Early American Masonry: Stone, Brick, Mortar, and Plaster. National Trust/Columbia University Series on the Technology of Early American Building, No. 1. Washington, D.C.: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1977.

Moore, Charles, Katherine Smith, et al. American Domestic Architecture: Home Sweet Home. New York: Rizzoli, 1983.

Poppeliers, John C., S. Allen Chambers, Jr., and Nancy B. Schwartz. What Style Is It? A Guide to American Architecture. Revised edition. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Press, 1983.

Rifkind, Carol. A Field Guide to American Architecture. New York: New American Library, 1980.

Roth, Leland M. A Concise History of American Architecture. New York: Harper and Row, 1979.

Whiffen, Marcus. American Architecture Since 1780: A Guide to the Styles. Cambridge, Mass: The M.I.T. Press, 1969.

Whiffen, Marcus, and Fredrick Koeper. American Architecture. 2 vols. Cambridge, Mass.: The M.I.T. Press, 1981.

Utah Architecture


Anderson, Paul L. “An Idaho Variation on the City of Zion.” In Chesterfield: Mormon Outpost in Idaho. ed. by Lavina Fielding Anderson, 71-78. Bancroft, Idaho: The Chesterfield Foundation, 1982.

________. “Mormon Moderne: Latter-day Saint Architecture, 1924-1945.” Journal of Mormon History 9 (1982): 71-84.

________. “Truman Angell.” In Supporting Saints: Life Stories of Nineteenth-century Mormons, ed. by Donald Q. Cannon and David J. Whittaker. Pp. 133-73. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1985.

________. “William Harrison Folsom: Pioneer Architect.” Utah Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 1975): 240-59.

Andrew, Laurel B. The Early Temples of the Mormons: The Architecture of the Millennial Kingdom in the American West. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1978.

Attebury, Jennifer Eastman. “The Square Cabin: A Folk House Type in Idaho.” Idaho Yesterdays 26 (Fall 1982): 25-32.

Bennett, Keith, and Thomas Carter. “Houses with Two Fronts: The Evolution of Domestic Architectural Design in a Mormon Community.” Journal of Mormon History 15 (1989): 47-58.

Bonar, Linda C. “Historic Houses in Beaver: An Introduction to Materials, Styles, and Craftsmen.” Utah Historical Quarterly 51 (Summer 1983): 212-28.

________. “The Influence of Scots Stonemasons in Beaver, Utah.” Utah Preservation/Restoration 3 (1981): 54-62.

________. “Thomas Frazer: Vernacular Architect in Pioneer Beaver, Utah.” Master’s Thesis, University of Utah, 1980.
Bradley, Martha Sonntag. “The Church and Colonel Sanders: Mormon Standard Plan Architecture.” Master’s Thesis, Brigham Young University, 1980.

Brunvand, Jan Harold. “The Architecture of Zion.” The American West 13 (March-April 1976): 28-35.

________. “A Survey of Mormon Housing Traditions in Utah.” Review Roumaine D’Historic L’Art 2 (1974): 111-35.

Brunvand, Judith. “Frederic Albert Hale, Architect.” Utah Historical Quarterly 54 (Winter 1986): 5-30.

Bybee, Craig Lewis. “Richard Karl Kletting, Dean of Utah Architects: 1858-1943.” Master’s thesis, Department of Art, University of Utah, 1980.

Cannon, Georgious Young. “Early Domestic Architecture In and Near Salt Lake City.” American Architecture 125 (May 1924): 473-76.

Carter, Thomas. “’The Best of Its Kind and Grade’: Rebuilding the Sanpete Valley, 1890-1910.” Utah Historical Quarterly 54 (Winter 1986): 88-112.

________. “Building Zion: Folk Architecture in the Mormon Settlements of Utah’s Sanpete Valley, 1850-1890.” Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University, 1984.

________. “Cultural Veneer: Decorative Plastering in Utah’s Sanpete Valley.” Utah Historical Quarterly 49 (Winter 1981): 68-77.

________. “Folk Design in Utah Architecture, 1847-1890.” In Utah Folk Art: A Catalog of Material Culture, ed. by Hal Cannon, 35-60. Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 1980.

________. “A Hierarchy of Architectural Values.” In The Other Forty-Niners: A Topical History of Sanpete County, Utah, 457-88. Salt Lake City: Western Epics, 1982.

Carter, Thomas, and Julie Osborne. A Way of Seeing: Discovering the Art of Building in Spring City, Utah. Salt Lake City, UT: Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.
Clayton, Geraldine. “Utah State Capitol Competition.” Master’s thesis, University of Utah, 1980.

Fairbanks, Jonathan L. “Shelter on the Frontier: Adobe Housing in Nineteenth-Century Utah.” In Frontier America: The Far West, 197-209. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1980.

Fife, Austen E. “Stone Houses of Northern Utah.” Utah Historical Quarterly, (Winter 1972): 6-23.

Francaviglia, Richard V. “Mormon Central-Hall Houses in the American West.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 6 (1971): 65-71.

________. “The Mormon Landscape: Definition of an Image in the American West.” Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 2 (1970): 59-61.

________. “The Mormon Landscape: Existence, Creation, and Perception a Unique Image in the American West.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Oregon, 1970.

________. “The Passing Mormon Village.” Landscape 22 (Spring 1978): 40-47.

Goeldner, Paul. “The Architecture of Equal Comforts: Polygamists in Utah.” Historic Preservation 24 (January-March 1972): 14-17.

________. Utah Catalog: Historic American Buildings Survey. Salt Lake City: Utah Heritage Foundation, 1969.

Goss, Peter L. “A Tour of Prairie School Architecture in Salt Lake.” Utah Preservation/Restoration 2:2 (1980): 60-65.

________. “The Architectural History of Utah.” Utah Historical Quarterly 43:3 (Summer 1975): 208-39.

________. “The Prairie School Influence in Utah.” The Prairie School Review 12:1 (1975): 1-23.

________. “William Allen: Architect, Builder, and His Contribution to the Built Environment of Davis County.” Utah Historical Quarterly 54 (Winter 1986): 52-74.

Griffith, Teddy. ‘A Heritage of Stone in Willard.” Utah Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 1975): 286-300.

Grow, Stewart L. A Tabernacle in the Desert. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1958.

Haglund, Karl T., and Philip F. Notarianni. The Avenues of Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1980.

Hamilton, Charles Mark. “Authorship and Architecture Influences on the Salt Lake Temple.” Master’s thesis, University of Utah, 1972.

________. “The Salt Lake Temple: A Symbolic Statement of Mormon Doctrine.” In The Mormon People: Their Character and Traditions, ed. by Thomas G. Aledander, 103-26.

Hayden, Deloris. Seven American Utopias: The Architecture of Communitarian Socialism, 1700-1975. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press, 1976.

Higgins, Raymond E. “The Architectural History of Salt Lake City and County Building.” Master’s thesis, University of Utah, 1978.

Jackson, Richard H. “The Use of Adobe in the Mormon Culture Region.” Journal of Cultural Geography 1 (Fall/Winter 1980):82-95.

Kane, Elizabeth Wood. Twelve Mormon Homes Visited in Succession on a Journey through Utah to Arizona. Salt Lake City: Tanner Trust Fund, University of Utah Library, 1974.

Leone, Mark P. “The Mormon Temple Experience.” Sunstone 3 (September-October 1978): 10-13.

________. “Why the Coalville Tabernacle Had to Be Raised.” Dialog 8 (1973):30-35.

Lester, Margaret. Brigham Street. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1979.

Markham, Fred L. “Typical Houses of Provo, 1849-1975.” In Provo Patriotic Reader, 96-147. Provo, Utah: Press Publishing, 1976.

McCormick, John S. Salt Lake City: The Gathering Place. Woodland Hills, Calif.: Windsor Publications, 1980.

_______. The Westside of Salt Lake City. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1982.

Noble, Allen G. “Building Mormon Houses: A Preliminary Typology.” Material Culture 15 (1983) 53-66.

Notarianni, Philip F. Faith, Hope, and Prosperity: The Tintic Mining District. Eureka, Utah: Tintic Historical Society, 1982.

Parry, Douglas. “Architecture of Utah Through World War I.” Master’s thesis, University of Utah, 1965.

Pitman, Leon S. “A Survey of Nineteen-Century Folk Housing in the Mormon Culture Region.” Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University, 1973.

Poulson, Richard C. “Folk Material Culture of the Sanpete-Sevier Area, Today’s Reflections of a Region’s Past.” Utah Historical Quarterly 47 (Spring 1979): 130-74.

_______. The Pure Experience of Order: Essays of the Symbolic in the Folk Material Culture of Western America. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1982.

_______. “Stone Buildings of Beaver City.” Utah Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 1975): 278-85.

Randall, Debbie. “Park City, Utah: An Architectural History of Mining Town Housing.” Master’s thesis, University of Utah, 1985.

Reitzes, Lisa B. Paris: A Look at Idaho Architecture. Boise, Idaho: Idaho State Historic Preservation Office, 1981.

Rice, Cindy. “A Geographical Appraisal of the Acculturation Process of Scandinavians in Sanpete Valley, Utah, 1850-1900.” Mater’s thesis, University of Utah, 1973.

_______. “Spring City: A Look at a Nineteenth-Century Mormon Village.” Utah Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 1975): 260-77.

Roberts, Allen D. “Utah’s Unknown Pioneer Architects: Their Lives and Works.” Sunstone 1 (Spring 1976): 67-85.

_______. “More of Utah’s Unknown Pioneer Architects: Their Lives and Works.” Sunstone 1 (Summer 1976): 42-56.

_______. “Religious Architecture of the LDS Church: Influences and Changes Since 1847.” Utah Historical Quarterly 43 (Summer 1975): 301-27.

Roper, Roger V. “The Unrivaled Perkins’ Addition: A Portrait of a Streetcar Subdivision.” Utah Historical Quarterly 54 (Winter 1986): 31-51.

Roth, Barry. “A Geographic Study of Stone Houses in Selected Utah Communities.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1973.

Spencer, J.E. “House Types of Southern Utah.” Geographical Review 35 (July 1945): 444-57.

Stubbs, Glen R. “A History of the Manti Temple.” Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, 1960.

Winburn, David. “The Early Houses of Utah: A Study of Techniques and Materials.” Master’s thesis, University of Utah, 1952.

Winkler, Franz K. “Building in Salt Lake City.” Architectural Record (July 1907): 15-37.

Winter, Robert. “Architecture on the Frontier: The Mormon Experiment.” Pacific Historical Review 43 (February 1974): 50-60.

House Types

Bishir, Catherine W., and Lawrence S. Earley, eds. Early Twentieth-Century Suburbs in North Carolina. Raleigh: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1985.

Brunskill, R.W. Traditional Buildings of Britain. London: Victor Gollanca, 1980.

Candee, Richard M. “A Documentary History of Plymouth County Architecture, 1620-1700.” Old-Time New England 59 (1969): 59-71, 105-111, 60 (1969): 37-53.

_______. Atlantic Heights: A World War I Shipbuilders’ Community. Portsmouth, Maine: Portsmouth Marine Society, 1985.

Cole, Stevenson, Katherine H., and H. Ward Jandl. Houses by Mail: A Guide to Houses from Sears, Roebuck, and Company. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Press, 1986.

Erixon, Sigurd. Svensk Byggnadskultur. 1947. Reprint. Stockholm: Walter Eckstrand, 1982.

Garvin, James L. “Mail-Order House Plans and American Victorian Architecture.” Winterthur Portfolio 16 (Winter 1981): 309-34.

Gowans, Alan. The Comfortable House: North American Suburban Architecture, 1890-1930. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1986.

Glassie, Henry. Pattern in American Folk Culture of the Eastern United States. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1968.

_________. “Types of the Southern Mountain Cabin.” In The Study of American Folklore, by Jan Harold Brunvand, pp. 338-70. New York: W.W. Norton, 1968.

Hanchett, Thomas. “The Four Square House in the United States.” Master’s thesis: University of Chicago, 1986.

Hart, John Fraser, Michelle J. Rhodes, and John T. Morgan. The Unknown World of the Mobile Home. Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.
Hess, Alan. The Ranch House. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2005.

Hurley, Andrew. Diners, Bowling Alleys, and Trailer Parks: Chasing the American Dream in the Postwar Consumer Culture. New York: Basic Books, 2001.

Jahn, Gunnar. Byggeskikker pa den Norske Landsbygd. Oslo: H. Aschehoug, 1925.

Jorgensen, Lisbet Balslev. Danmarks Arkitektur: Enfamiliehuset. Copenhage: Gyldendal, 1979.

Kelly, J. Frederick. The Early Domestic Architecture of Connecticut. 1924. Reprint. New York: Dover, 1963.

Kniffen, Fred. “Folk Housing: Key to Diffusion.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 55 (1965): 549-77.

_______. “Louisiana House Types.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 26 (December 1936): 179-93.

Lancaster, Clay. The American Bungalow, 1880-1930. New York, Abbeville Press, 1985.

Lane, Jonathan. “The Period House in the Nineteen-Twenties.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. (December 1961): 169-78.

Lewis, Pierce. “Common Houses, Cultural Spoor.” Landscape 19 (January 1975): 14-17.

Marshall, Howard W. Folk Architecture in Little Dixie: A Regional Culture in Missouri. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1981.

Mercer, Eric. English Vernacular Architecture. London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, 1975.

Noble, Allen G. Wood, Brick, and Stone: The North American Settlement Landscape. 2 vols. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1984.

Peterson, Fred W. “Vernacular Building and Victorian Architecture: Mid-western American Farm Homes.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 12. (Winter 1982): 409-27.

Roberts, Warren E. Log Architecture of Southern Indiana. Bloomington, Ind.: Trickster Press, 1985.

Stoklund, Bjarne. Bondegard og Byggeskik for 1850. Copenhage: Dansk Historisk Faellestorenings Handboger, 1972.

Swaim, Doug, ed. Carolina Dwelling. Toward Preservation of Place: In Celebration of the North Carolina Vernacular Landscape. The Student Publication of the School of Design, No. 26. Raleigh: North Carolina State university, 1978.

Twombley, Robert S. “Saving the Family: Middle Class Attraction to Wright’s Prairie House, 1901-1909.” American Quarterly 27 (March 1975): 57-72.

Upton, Dell. “Vernacular Domestic Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Virginia.” Winterthur Portfolio 17 (1982): 315-35.

_______., ed. America’s Architectural Roots: The Ethnic Groups that Built America. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Press, 1986.

Vlach, John Michael. “The Shotgun House.” In Common Places: Readings in American Vernacular Architecture, ed. by Dell Upton and John Michael Vlach, 58-78. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1985.

Wallis, Allan D. Wheel Estate: The Rise and Decline of Mobile Homes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.

Wells, Camille, ed. Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, Vols. 1 and 2. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1986.

Commercial and Public Buildings

Allaback, Sarah. Mission 66 Visitor Centers: The History of a Building Type. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, 2000.

Hess, Alan. Fast Food: Roadside Restaurants in the Automobile Age. Baltimore, Md.: Johns-Hopkins University Press, 1999.

Jakle, John A., and Keith A. Sculle. The Gas Station in America. Baltimore, Md.: Johns-Hopkins University Press, 1994.

Longstreth, Richard. City Center to Regional Mall: Architecture, the Automobile, and Retailing in Los Angeles, 1920-1950. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997.

_______. The Buildings of Main Street: A Guide to American Commercial Architecture. Washington, D.C.: The Preservation Press, 1987.

_______. “Compositional Types in American Commercial Architecture: 1800-1950.” In Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, Vol. 2, ed. by Camille Wells, 12-23. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1986.

Apartment Buildings and Hotel Types

Blaisdell, A. G., ed. Pease and Ellimen’s Catalog of East Side New York Apartment Plans. New York: A. G. Blaisdell, n.d.

Brown, Frank Chouteau. “Some Recent Apartment Buildings.” The Architectural Record 63:3 (March 1928): 193-278.

Chambers, Walter B. “The Duplex Apartment House.” The Architectural Record 29 (1911): 329-34.

Cleaveland, Henry W., William Backus and Samuel D. Backus. Village and Farm Cottages. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1856.

Hess, Alan, and Keith A. Sculle. The Motel in America. Baltimore, Md.: Johns-Hopkins University Press, 1996.

Janes, Elisha Harris. “The Development of Duplex Apartments—I. Early Type,” The Brickbuilder 21 (1912): 159-61.

Newcomb, Rexford, and William A. Foster. Home Architecture: A Textbook for Schools and Colleges. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1932.

Pond, Irving K. “Architecture of Apartment Buildings, I & II.” The Brickbuilder 7 (1898): 116-18, 139-41.

Sexton, R. W. American Apartment Houses of Today. New York: Architectural Book Publishing Company, Inc., 1926.

Warner, Sam Bass, Jr. Streetcar Suburbs: The Process of Growth in Boston (1870-1900). Second Edition, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1978.

Wright, Henry. “The Modern Apartment House.” The Architectural Record65:3 (March 1929): 213-26.

Religious Architecture

Andrew, Laurel B. The Early Temples of the Mormons: The Architecture of the Millennial Kingdom in the American West. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1978.

Neuberg, Phillip. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, “Jewish Synagogue Thematic Resources.” Utah State Historic Preservation Office. 1985.

Roberts, Allen D. “A Survey of L.D.S. Architecture in Utah: 1847-1930.” Unpublished manuscript, 1974.

________. “Religious Architecture of the LDS Church: Influences and Changes since 1847.” Utah Historical Quarterly. 43 (1975): 301-27.

Shirer, David L. National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form, “Mormon Church Buildings in Utah, 1847 – 1936.” 1988. (Associated Historic Contexts: “Mormon Relief Society Buildings, 1870s – -1910”; “Tithing Office and Granaries of the Mormon Church Thematic Resources.”)

Agricultural Buildings

Carter, Thomas and Roger Roper. Of Work and Romance: Discovering Utah Barns. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Graduate School of Architecture, 1999.

Noble, Allen G., and Richard K. Cleek. The Old Barn Book. Newark, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1995.

Vlach, John Michael. Barns. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, W.W. Norton, 2003.

Classical Styles

Deetz, James. In Small Things Forgotten: The Archaeology of Early American Life. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Book, 1977.

Glassie, Henry. “Eighteenth-Century Cultural Process in the Delaware Valley Folk Buildings.” Winterthur Portfolio 7 (1972): 29-57.

_______. Folk Housing in Middle Virginia: A Structural Analysis of Historic Artifacts. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1975.

Hamlin, Talbot. Greek Revival Architecture in America. 1944. Reprint. New York: Dover, 1964.

Morrison, Hugh. Early American Architecture. New York: Oxford University Press, 1952.

Pierson, William H., Jr. American Buildings and Their Architects. Vol. 1, The Colonial and Neoclassical Styles. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Doubleday, 1976.

Whiffen, Marcus. The Eighteenth-Century Houses of Williamsburg: A Study of Architecture and Building in the Colonial Capitol of Virginia. Williamsburg, Va.: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1960.

Picturesque Styles

Clark, Clifford E., Jr. The American Family Home, 1800-1960. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1986.

________. “Domestic Architecture as an Index to Social History: The Romantic Revival and the Cult of Domesticity in America, 1840-1870.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 7 (Summer 1976): 33-56.

Meeks, Carrol L. V. The Railroad Station: An Architectural History. Secaucus, N.J.: Castle Books, 1978.

Pierson, William H., Jr. American Buildings and Their Architects. Vol. 2, Technology and the Picturesque. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor Doubleday, 1978.

Scully, Vincent. The Shingle Style and the Stick Style: Architectural Theory and Design from Downing to the Origins of Wright. Revised edition. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1971.

Upton, Dell. “Pattern Books and Professionalism: Aspects of the Transformation of American Domestic Architecture, 1800-1860.” Winterthur Portfolio 19 (Summer/Autumn 1984): 107-50.

Victorian Styles

Baker, Paul R. Richard Morris Hunt. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1980.

Eastlake, Charles L. Hints on Household Taste. 1878. Reprint. New York: Dover Publications, 1969.

Handlin, David P. The American Home: Architecture and Society, 1815-1915. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1979.

Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. Architecture: Nineteen and Twentieth Centuries. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1967.

Kidney, Walter C. The Architecture of Choice: Eclecticism in America, 1880-1930. New York: Braziller, 1974.

Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl. H. H. Richardson: Complete Architectural Works. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1982.

Roth, Leland. McKim, Mead and White: Architects. New York: Harper and Row, 1983.

Scully, Vincent J., Jr. The Shingle Style and the Stick Style. Revised edition. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1971.

Stein, Susan R. The Architecture of Richard Morris Hunt. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1986.

Wilson, Richard Guy. “Architecture and the Reinterpretation of the Past in the American Renaissance.” Winterthur Portfolio 18:1 (Spring 1983): 69-87.

Wright, Gwendolyn. Building the Dream: A Social History of Housing in America. New York: Pantheon Books, 1981.

Early Twentieth Century Styles

Brooks. H. Allen. The Prairie School: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Midwest Contemporaries. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972.

Clark, Robert Judson, ed. The Arts and Crafts Movement in America, 1876-1916. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1972.

Craftsman Magazine (1901-1916).

Goss, Peter L. “The Prairie School Influence in Utah.” The Prairie School Review 12:1 (1975): 1-23.

Hanks, David. The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1979.

Hitchcock, Henry-Russell. Architecture: Nineteen and Twentieth Centuries. Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1967.

Jordy, William H. American Buildings and Their Architects: Progressive and Academic Ideals at the Turn of the Century. Vol. III. Garden City: Doubleday, 1976.

Larson, Paul, ed. Prairie School Architecture in Minnesota, Iowa. St. Paul: Minnesota Museum of Art, 1982.

Ludwig, Coy L. The Arts and Crafts Movement in New York State: 1890s-1920s. New York: Gallery Association of New York State, 1983.

Makinson, Randell L. Greene and Greene: Architecture as a Fine Art. Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1977.

Menken, Henry, ed. Bungalowcraft, Homes Not Houses: California Bungalow Houses. Second edition. Los Angeles: The Bungalowcraft Company, 1910.

Radford’s Artistic Bungalows. Chicago and New York: The Radford Architectural Company, 1908.

Smith, Mary Ann. Gustav Stickley: The Craftsman. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 1983.

Spencer, Brian A., ed. The Prairie School Tradition. New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1979.

Stickley, Gustav. Craftsman Homes: Architecture and Furnishings of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. New York: Dover Publications, 1979.

Wilson, Richard Guy, and Sidney Robinson. The Prairie School in Iowa. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1977.

Winter, Robert. The California Bungalow. Los Angeles: Hennessey and Ingalls, 1980.

Period Revival Styles

Architectural Forum, Editors. The 1938 Book of Small Houses. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1937.

Axelrod, Allen, ed. The Colonial Revival in America. New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 1985.

“Design Analysis: The Cape Cod Cottage—Part I & II.” The Architectural Forum 90 (February 1949): 88-94; (March 1949): 101-06.

Embury, Aymar. “Current Tendencies in Country House Design in the East.” Architectural Record 50 (October 1922): 251-84.

_______. The Livable House: Its Plan and Design. New York: Moffat Yard and Company, 1917.

_______. “Some Considerations of the Colonial Style.” The Architectural Forum 44 (March 1926): 153-62.

Forster, Frank J. “Norman-English Influence in Country Houses.” The Architectural Forum 49 (September 1928): 139-46.

_______. “Use of English and French Types for American Country Houses.” The Architectural Forum 49 (September 1928): 361-67.

French, Leigh. “The American Country House in the French Provincial Style.” The Architectural Forum 49 (September 1928): 353-59.

Gebhard, David. “Tile, Stucco, Walls and Arches: The Spanish Tradition in the Popular American House.” in Charles Moore, Catherine Smith, et al. American Domestic Architecture: Home Sweet Home. New York: Rizzoli, 1983.

Grey, Elmer. “Some Country House Architecture in the Far West.” The Architectural Record 53 (October 1922): 304-41.

Jackle, John A. “Twentieth Century Revival Architecture and the Gentry.” Journal of Cultural Geography 4 (Fall/Winter 1983): 28-43.

Jones, Robert T. Small Homes of Architectural Distinction: A Book of Suggested Plans Designed by The Architect’s Small House Service Bureau, Inc. New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, 1929.

Kocher, A. Lawrence. “The Country House, an Analysis of the Architect’s Method of Approach.” The Architectural Record 62:5 (November 1927): 337-99.

Lane, Jonathan. “The Period House in the Nineteen-Twenties.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 20 (December 1961): 169-78.

Newcomb, Rexford. The Spanish House of America: Its Design, Furnishing and Garden. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1927.

Rhoads, William B. “The Colonial Revival and American Nationalism.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 35 (December 1976): 239-54.

Schuler, Stanley. The Cape Cod House: America’s Most Popular Home. Exton, Pa.: Schiffer, 1982.

Sturges, Walter Knight. Arthur Little and the Colonial Revivalism.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 32 (May 1973): 147-63.

Weitze, Karen J. California’s Mission Revival. Los Angeles: Hennessey and Ingalls, 1984.

Modern Styles

Curtis, James R. “Art Deco Architecture in Miami Beach.” Journal of Cultural Geography 3 (Fall/Winter 1982): 51-63.

Gebhard, David, et al. A Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California. Second edition. Santa Barbara: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1973.

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Post-World War II Styles

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