SAH Archipedia: New Entries and Essays Added

by SAH News | Jul 15, 2019

Stanford University
Stanford University. Photograph by Vgane, CC BY-SA 3.0

New content has been added to SAH Archipedia, including 50 Landscapes entries written under the direction of Thaisa Way, 50 South Carolina entries contributed by Alfred Willis, and 54 entries and an essay on Massachusetts written by Aaron Ahlstrom and C. Ian Stevenson with state coordinator Daniel Bluestone. Catherine W. Zipf’s thematic essay, “Women as Architecture Patrons in Gilded Age Newport, Rhode Island,” has also been published along with nine new Rhode Island entries.

Explore this material and much more on the beta version of a newly designed, mobile-friendly, open-access edition of SAH Archipedia.

 




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