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Books and Blueprints : Building America's Public Libraries

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  • The only comprehensive treatment of American library architecture, this work details the evolution of the modern public library from 1850 to the present. Donald E. Oehlerts provides a broad, historical perspective of the field of library architecture, examining the influences on the professions of public architecture and librarianship that shaped America's library buildings. Oehlerts examines the planning and construction of the largest public library buildings from 1850 through 1989, presenting the contributions that architects, librarians, and others have made to improvements in design and arrangement. He also explores the development of public architecture and librarianship to determine the sources of influence on these two emerging professions in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This work, which features illustrations of several important buildings, is valuable to professionals, students, and scholars of architecture and library management and facilities.

  • ISBN: 9780313265709
    ISBN-10: 0313265704
    Number Of Pages: 200
    Publisher: ABC-Clio
    Format: Hardcover
    Volume Number: 69
    Language: English
    Dimensions (cm): 24.0 x 16.1  x 2.3
    Weight (kg): 0.49
    Audience: Tertiary; University or College