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Greek Revival architecture in upstate New York is worthy of consideration by architects, historians, and the generally curious. This fine document was originally created as a bachelor of architecture thesis at Cornell University in 1939 and it explores a wide range of public buildings from around this distinctive region. Visitors can download the entire document or explore one of its seven chapters as they see fit. Users will note that there are a number of helpful citations in the document that will be most edifying for additional reading and the like.
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