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Bibframe Work

Title
Architectural missionary
Type
Text
Monograph
Subject
Charlton, D. Fred, 1856-1941--Criticism and interpretation. (LCSH)
Architecture--Michigan--Upper Peninsula (LCSH)
Language
English
Illustrative Content
Illustrations
Geographic Coverage
Classification
LCC: NA737.C38 B75 2021 (Assigner: dlc) (Status: used by assigner)
DDC: 720.9774/9 full (Assigner: dlc)(Source: 23)
Supplementary Content
bibliography
index
Content
text
Summary
"In 1890, D. Fred Charlton opened his own office, becoming the first professional architect to reside permanently in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Over the next twenty-eight years, he designed buildings throughout the region. The book covers the evolution of the Charlton's office during the period when architecture was evolving into a profession, something he championed"-- Provided by publisher.
Authorized Access Point
Brisson, Steven C. (Steven Charles), 1967- Architectural missionary