American Architectural History: A Contemporary Reader

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Pages containing illustrations are indicated in bold.
Abbott, Samuel A. B. 228
Abo, New Mexico 54, 59, 61, 62
Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico 56, 57, 59
Adler, Dankmar 302; Auditorium Building 188; Guaranty Building 276, 277; Schiller Building 182
adobe bricks 62–4
Adorno, Theodor 348
advertising 345, 347
aesthetics: Chicago skyscrapers 193; modernism 295, 299, 300–2
African Americans: Los Angeles 417; plantation landscapes 95, 103, 104, 105, 106–9; PruittIgoe project 357–8; St. Louis ghettos 353–4, 362–3; at World’s Columbian Exposition 250–3; see also slavery/slaves
agriculture, Boston 27–8
AIA see American Institute of Architects
airports 405–6; Atlanta 428; as cities 426–32; Denver 428, 429; O’Hare 405–6, 426, 427, 428–9, 430, 431–2
Alabama 138; plantation houses 103
Albany see New York State
Aleutian Island dwellings, insulation 42
Alofsin, Anthony 247–8, 281–93
altars, Hispanic churches 54
American Academy, Rome 233, 239
American Architect 301
American Gold Star Mothers 388
American identity see identity, national
American Institute of Architects (AIA) 301, 391, 393
American Institution of Architects 18 n. 19
“Americanism” in art 294
Ames, Kenneth L. 14, 16, 155, 157–76
Analysis of Roman Baths (Viollet-le-Duc) 372, 373
Angola, U. S. Consulate, Luanda 372
Anthony, Susan B. 254
antimodernism 326–7; see also modernism
apertures see doors; windows
Apsaroke Tipi, Montana 41
apses: Hispanic churches 56; Virginia courthouses 79
arcades 376
arches 60, 370, 371, 373, 375–6; decoration 372; historicism 370–2; segmental 365; St. Louis 381
architects: architect/client conflict 318–19, 325–9; authority 121; biographies 4, 5–6, 7
Architects’ Club, England 118
Architectural Forum 300–1, 305, 345, 357
Architectural Record 269, 274, 275, 300–1, 305, 355
Architectural Review 274, 331, 368
architecture: definitions 1–2; scholarship 2–5; unity with nature 274–6
Arizona, Casa Grande 62, 71 n. 19
“armed response” see Los Angeles, security
Armour Institute of Technology 320, 324
Arnaud, Leopold 132, 137
art 234, 237; “Americanism” 294; architecture as 119, 129 n. 29; Italian Renaissance 231–2
Art Institute, Chicago 235
Arts and Crafts movement 267, 274
Ashland Block, Chicago 178, 182
Ashley, Lord 31
Association of Arts and Industries, Chicago 300
Atlanta: Airport 428; Cotton States and International Exposition 254

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