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IHS Press

Richmond Indiana: Its Physical Development and Aesthetic Heritage to 1920

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A city's history is made visible in its buildings, structures, sites and landscaping. A history of the architecture of Richmond, Indiana, is explored in this new book through more than 130 illustrations, including maps, subdivision plats, aerial views, and streetscapes that put individual buildings in their urban settings. The book gives readers access to Richmond's history by examining its physical nature along with a broad range of factors involved in decades of growth and change. For readers who are familiar with Richmond, the book brings a fresh understanding of a well known place; for those just being introduced to Richmond, the book presents ideas applicable to the study of other communities, and an understanding of how developments in one community contribute to a broader state or national picture.

Hardcover. 364 Pages. 2003, Indiana Historical Society. By Mary Raddant Tomlan and Michael A. Tomlan.