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Who is Albert Bush-Brown?
Albert Bush-Brown was an architectural historian and American university president. He was chancellor and president of Long Island University and president of Rhode Island School of Design He also taught art history at Princeton, Harvard, Case Western Reserve, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- born in (89 years ago) in West Hartford
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Princeton University
- profession: Writer
- died in (21 years ago) in Barnstable
- written works: "The Architecture of America", "Image of a university"
- nomination: - nominated to National Book Award for Nonfiction - "The Architecture of America", with John E. Burchard
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Accountability to Associcao Brasileira De Escolas De Biblioteconomia E Documentacao by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour
A penetrating study for America between the years 1860 and 1960 is The Architecture of America: A Social and Cultural History, by John Burchard and Albert Bush-Brown, which presents a thorough account relating architectural achievements ...
by Samuel S. Hill, Charles H. Lippy, Charles Reagan Wilson
Albert Bush-Brown, Louis Sullivan; John M. Bryan, Robert ...
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