Harwell Hamilton Harris, University of Texas Press, First Edition, 1991, HC, VG.

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Germany, Lisa, et al. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1991.
English, First Edition, Very Good, HC, 4to, 11 3/4" x 8 1/4", [v] xx, 252 pp.
ISBN: 0292730438

Muted chartreuse cloth over board, black lettering to spine, bump to top tips, front and back, very minor cocking to spine, light wear to bottom edge, head, and tail, otherwise, crisp, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Very Good pictorial dust jacket, white lettering to front panel and spine, black lettering to back panel and interior flaps, minor wear to tips, edges, light soiling to back panel, 1/4" closed tear to front panel top edge, otherwise, clean and intact. Protected in a paper-backed Mylar sleeve. [v] xx, 252 pp., replete with black-and-white and full-color images of the life, art, and architectural work of California modernist architect, Harwell Hamilton Harris. Includes architectural renderings, interior and exterior photographs, floor plans, and full color drawings of built and proposed projects. Foreword by Kenneth Frampton, Introduction by Bruno Zevi, 14 chapters sectioned chronologically from 1903 to 1975 and Retirement, Notes, Chronological Harris Bibliography, Index, and Color Photo Section. From the dust jacket: "Lisa Germany traces the development of Harris' life (1903-1990) and career, assessing his place in American Modernism, in the development of regionalist architecture, and in the interpretation of a modern California lifestyle that would have admirers throughout the world."