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New York Waterfront: Evolution and Building Culture of the Port and Harbor
Kevin Bone (ed); Stanley Greenberg (ph)
Created by a team of architects, historians, teachers, & students, this is an unprecedented documentation of the rise & fall of the New York waterfront’s architectural, technological, industrial, & commercial existence over the past 150 years. This densely illus. book vividly presents the waterfront’s development. Watercolor, ink, & pencil drawings as well as rare historic pictures, aerial photos, & maps are included. Newly commissioned photos of many major modern sites capture the nameless, inhospitable tracts. “Reveals a comprehensive picture of the N.Y waterfront.” “Offers a unique perspective on waterfront building so that the lessons of the past can inform decisions about the future, & inspires a search for greatness in the urban fabric.”
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