New York: Scribner, 1924.
110 plates, some with 2 images each. xviii, 10pp. of text. Folio, brown cloth, d.w. chipped and lightly soiled, cloth covers slightly warped, cloth spine lightly soiled, cloth corners bumped. New York: Scribners's, 1924. First Edition
Photographic survey of architectural elements of old Mexican architecture including facades, courtyards, gateways, cornices, towers, porches, doors, balconies and windows. Alfred Bossom was an architect, who's firm was based in New York City. He specialized in designing skyscrapers in the United States. After visiting Mexico, Bossom used the Mayan revival style as an influence is some of his skyscraper designs.
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