Tells about the construction techniques, craftsmen, building materials, and stories behind ten of the ancient world's most extraordinary buildings.
call number/section: 720
Illustrations and text describe how some of the world's largest structures were built.
call number/section: 624
Traces the history of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., discussing its plan and structures, and considering how the concept of memorials and memorial space has changed since the nineteenth century.
call number/section: 725
call number/section: 030
Examines how America developed its memorial and sculptural traditions, and how these were applied to war remembrance through a series of short essays illustrated by over one hundred-forty photographs, and includes a descriptive catalog of one hundred fifty-nine memorials with maps that provide walking tours in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
call number/section: 355.1