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Architecture in its Relation to Modern Life

ARCHITECTURE is a composite portrait A of a nation’s psychology, and is not a simple art. It is not the result of one man’s genius, as every member of the community contributes to its creation. Alfred C. Bossom

Author(s): Bossom, Alfred C