Stanford White pp 118-125 | Cite as

The Practice of Architecture in the Early Eighties

  • Charles C. Baldwin


It was Vitruvius who said that an architect should know how to read and write: he should be instructed in drawing and in geometry, and have some knowledge of arithmetic, history and philosophy: he should understand and appreciate music, and not be ignorant of anatomy, optics, astrology, jurisprudence or the science of building.


Early Eighty Madison Avenue Atlantic Seaboard Informal Style American Architect 
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© Charles C. Baldwin 1931

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