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The Greek revival in Syracuse : an historical survey and analytical study...

Merrill, Leslie O.

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The Greek Revival in Syracuse

by

Leslie O. Merrill, Jr.


An historical survey and analytical study of the architectural developments in Syracuse, New York, between the years 1820 and 1855.

Two hundred and nineteen illustrations and eleven plates





Approved by: Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Decoration
Date: April 15/43
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THE GREEK REVIVAL

in

SYRACUSE




by

LESLIE MERRILL, JR.


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