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The Stones of Pittsburgh No. 10: The Gothic Revived in Pittsburgh: A Medievalistic Excursion




James D. Van Trump

Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, 1975

For a hundred years the pointed arch was a favorite motif in Pittsburgh churches, schools, and homes. The author touches on the prominent examples of Gothic in the city, illustrating his essay with drawings by Stephen A. Wohleber and photographs. Reprinted essay from Carnegie Magazine.

  • 13-page booklet
  • 13 b/w photographs and 5 line drawings
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