Architectural Styles as Applied to School Buildings: A Study in Architectural Types.

Milwaukee: American School Board Journal, n.d. [c. 1922]. A survey of school building types throughout the U.S., including several of the author’s buildings. Examples are shown in the styles of the Italian Renaissance, colonial, English gothic, collegiate gothic/Jacobean, classic, mission, and yes, even the Flemish. Betelle reminds us that the building "should look like a school building, and in addition should express the kind of school it contains." 27.5 cm; 19 pp.; illustrated from photographs. Offprint; a good copy in printed wrappers. Item #012367

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