Library entries from the room in Tucson: Shelf 2

Christopher Hitchens, Letters to a Young Contrarian

150 Years of American Art, Amon Carter Museum Collection

High and Mighty The Flood of ’93, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Historic Architecture in Mississippi, Mary Wallace Crocker

Masks Faces of Culture, Nunley McCarty

Details of Frank Lloyd Wright, The California Work, 1909-1974, Scott Zimmerman + Judith Dunham

Magnetic Storm, Roger Dean + Martyn Dean

The Future of Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright

Asymptote, Hani Rashid + Lise Anne Couture

Missouri Roadsides, Bill Earngey

St. Theresa of Avila Parish, 1848-1998

The Earth, Edward J. Tarbuck + Frederick K. Lutgens

Dana-Thomas House, Frank Lloyd Wright Architect

The Oak Park Home and Studio of Frank Lloyd Wright

National Aquarium in Baltimore

A Century of Western Art, Selections from the Amon Carter Museum

Winterhur, A Portrait

Monument for a City, Philip Johnson’s Design for the Amon Carter Museum

The Who’s Tommy

Conceptual Physics Seventh Edition, Paul G. Hewitt

Yesterday’s Houses of Tomorrow, H. Ward Jandl

Picture History of The Civil War, Bruce Catton

Medieval Art, James Snyder

Let’s Entertain: Life’s Guilty Pleasures, Walker Art Center

Challenging Newt Gingrich, Chapter by Chapter, Alfred F. Andersen

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Handbook of the Collections

The Architecture of Monuments, Creighton

America by Design, Spiro Kostof

The Powers of Preservation, Arthur Cotton Moore

The Alleys and Back Buildings of Galveston, Ellen Beasley

Timeless Architecture: 1, AJ Masters of Building

Process: Architecture, No. 2 1977, Mithcell Giurgola Architects

Southerners:, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

Contemporary American Architects, Taschen

The Smithsonian, James Conaway

Ancient Gold, The Wealth of the Thracians

In the Realm of Ideas, Pfeiffer/Nordland

Creating the Not So Big House, Sarah Susanka

The Eads Bridge, Miller and Scott

Lost Twin Cities, Larry Millett

Lessons for Students in Architecture, Herman Hertzberger

The Architecture of Europe, the 19th and 20th Centuries, Doreen Yarwood

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