Architecture in Fredonia, New York, 1811-1997: From Log Cabin to I.M. Pei Daniel D. Reiff

ISBN: 9781877727863

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Architecture in Fredonia, New York, 1811-1997: From Log Cabin to I.M. Pei  by  Daniel D. Reiff

Architecture in Fredonia, New York, 1811-1997: From Log Cabin to I.M. Pei by Daniel D. Reiff
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The Western New York village of Fredonia offers a unique opportunity to view a full range of architectural styles that span the years from 1811 to the present. Settled in 1803 when several log cabins were erected along Canadaway Creek, FredoniasMoreThe Western New York village of Fredonia offers a unique opportunity to view a full range of architectural styles that span the years from 1811 to the present. Settled in 1803 when several log cabins were erected along Canadaway Creek, Fredonias architecture now includes designs by famed architect I.M.

Pei at the SUNY College at Fredonia, beautifully renovated homes, and public buildings that have been saved by renovation an adaptive reuse.This book by noted architectual historian, Dr. Daniel D. Reiff, offers a guide to the various styles found in the village while demonstrating their wider links with national movements and the grand pageant of architectural history through the centuries.With 300 photographs and illustrations, this book is a valuable reference to architecture in the United States.“Those who cannot visit Fredonia… will be entertained and informed by this tour between book covers… [Reiff’s] exemplary study… records not only the architecture… but the history of the place itself.”–Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians



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