The Buildings of Samuel MacLure: In Search of Appropriate Form

By: SEGGER, Martin

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Samuel Maclure [1860-1929] headed British Columbia's largest domestic architectural practice for over 30 years. His clients included those domineering figures whose imagination, vision and rapacity set the province's economic, political and cultural history on a course which is still recognizable today. Includes a complete 'catalogue raissone' of over 450 architectural designs and commissions, 1889-1929. 274 pages : illustrations (some color), index, bibliography ; 29 cm. Signed by the author on the half-title page. Internally the book is bright and clean still quite fresh. Unmarked.Bin din g is tight, and square the hinges sound. The brown, faux-leather cloth shows no wear. The unclipped dustjacket show some light rubbing and very slight edge wear. There is a 1.5cm closed tear along the bottom edge of the front panel. Unpacked weight, 1,153kg. We use both the Canada Post and the United States Postal Service and offer very competitive postal charges - based on actual costs, no overcharging. No tax on Canadian or American Orders. Image always available.

Title: The Buildings of Samuel MacLure: In Search of Appropriate Form

Author Name: SEGGER, Martin

Categories: British Columbia, Art, Architecture & Design, Biography & Autobiography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Victoria, BC, Sono Nis Press: 1986

ISBN Number: 0919203760

ISBN Number 13: 9780919203761

Binding: Cloth - Faux Leather

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: About VG

Type: Hardcover

Inscription: Author Signed Copy

Size: Quarto

Seller ID: 043641

Keywords: SAMUEL MACLURE ARCHITECTURE BRITISH COLUMBIA