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by James Grady


The architect Neel Reid (1885-1926) worked primarily in Georgia. This book contains the street addresses, black and white photos of the exteriors and some interiors along with a few floor plans of Reid's residential designs. There are a few color photos.

The architect Neel Reid (1885-1926) worked primarily in Georgia. Also included are a non-residential buildings such as the Sisters' Chapel at Spellman and the (currently Amtrack) Peachtree RR station.

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For Neel Reid and this book we must think back seventy years and more .

For Neel Reid and this book we must think back seventy years and more, to another time - of porte cocheres and sleeping porches, French doors and parterre gardens, trellises and pergolas, porticoes and fanlights, summerhouses and servants' quarters - a time of classic but not antebellum columns, before the Great Depression and World War I. e must envision an (always) ambitious, growing Atlanta, but with a much smaller population than today; with new, not-so-tall skyscrapers in a bustling downtown .

Home Grady, James Architecture of Neel Reid in Georgia. The architect Neel Reid (1885-1926) worked primarily in Georgia. Architecture of Neel Reid in Georgia. ISBN 10: 0820303232, ISBN 13: 9780820303239.

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James Grady, Architecture of Neel Reid in Georgia, University of Georgia Press, 1973, . "National Register of Historic Places". Catherine M. Howett, A Southern Lady's Legacy: The Italian Terraces of LaGrange, Georgia, Journal of Garden History, 1982 vol. 2, n., p. 343-360. Troup County Archives, The LaGrange Reporter, May 28, 1888. The Atlanta Journal, Sunday, April 16, 1916. Synopsis: The architect Neel Reid (1885-1926) worked primarily in Georgia. Published by University of Georgia Press, 1973.

James Grady (born April 30, 1949) is an American writer and investigative journalist known for his thriller novels on espionage, intrigue, and police procedurals

James Grady (born April 30, 1949) is an American writer and investigative journalist known for his thriller novels on espionage, intrigue, and police procedurals. In 1971 Grady worked as a staff aide for the Montana Constitutional Convention, which adopted a renewed state Constitution in 1972. Born in Shelby, Montana, Grady graduated from the University of Montana School of Journalism in 1974. During college he worked for . Senator Lee Metcalf of Montana.

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The architect Neel Reid (1885-1926) worked primarily in Georgia. This book contains the street addresses, black and white photos of the exteriors and some interiors along with a few floor plans of Reid's residential designs. There are a few color photos. Also included are a non-residential buildings such as the Sisters' Chapel at Spellman and the (currently Amtrack) Peachtree RR station. Includes an excellent Appendix of Drawings and Prints for Projects by location.
Architecture of Neel Reid in Georgia ebook
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James Grady
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