The Architects of Winchester, Massachusetts

Edited by Maureen Meister

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Robert Coit Pamphlet Robert Coit: Houses and Public Buildings in an Age of Suburban Growth. 12p.
by Ellen Spencer (No.8, 2007)

John Kutts Pamphlet John Kutts: Rare Drawings and Records for an 1830 House. 8p.
by Roger G. Reed (No. 7, 2006)

Frost & Raymond Frost & Raymond: Suburbia and the Single-Family House of the 1920’s. 6p.
by Nancy Ruskin (No.6, 2005)

Herbert Dudley Hale Pamphlet Herbert Dudley Hale: French Method, Health Laws, and Progressive Views on Education Contribute to a New Winchester High School. 8p. 
by James Owens Ross (No.5, 2004)

Alexander Esty Pamphlet Alexander Esty: A Romanesque Church Design: Image and Meaning. 6p.
by Nina Harkrader (No. 6, 1999)

Theodore Voelckers Pamphlet Theodore Voelckers: A Picturesque Public Hall for a New Town. 6p.
by Roger G. Reed (No. 5, 1996)

Herbert Kellaway Pamphlet Herbert J. Kellaway: Linking Water, Parks and Parkways in the Olmsted Tradition. 10p. 
by Julie Khuen (N0. 2, 1995)

Hill & James Pamphlet Hill & James: Beaux Arts Splendor in a Suburban Setting. 4p.
by Roger G. Reed (No.1, 1994)

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