Selected Bibliography of Writings by William H. Jordy
“The Evolution of the Midget-Didget,” Sketch Book 2 (January 1938): 3–7.
“Right to be Proud”: History of the 65th Division’s March Across Germany (1945). Seventeen articles for the Nuremberg edition of Stars and Stripes, vol. 1, October 31, 1945, to vol. 2, February 7, 1946.
Henry Adams: Scientific Historian (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1952; paperback editions, Yale University Press, 1952 and 1963; reprint, [Hamden, Conn.:] Archon Books, 1970); “Henry Adams and the New Physics,” excerpt from Henry Adams: Scientific Historian in Cushing Strout, vol. 2, Intellectual History in America (New York: Harper & Row), 98–110.
(with Ralph Coe, editors) introduction in Montgomery Schuyler, American Architecture and Other Writings, 2 vols. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1961; abridged paperback edition, New York: Atheneum Press, 1964).
Joseph Goto (Providence: Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1971).
American Buildings and Their Architects: Progressive and Academic Ideals at the Turn of the Twentieth Century (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972; paperback edition, 1976; reprint, New York: Oxford University Press, 1986).
American Buildings and Their Architects: The Impact of European Modernism in the Mid-Twentieth Century (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1972; paperback edition, 1976; reprint, New York: Oxford University Press, 1986).
Joel Shapiro (Providence: Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University, 1980).
(with Christopher P. Monkhouse) Buildings on Paper: Rhode Island Architectural Drawings 1825–1945 (Providence: Bell Art Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University; Rhode Island Historical Society; and Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1982).
Italo Scanga: Recent Sculpture and Drawings (Providence: David Winton Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University, 1986).
Richard Fleischner: Projects (Providence: David Winton Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University, 1995).
(with Ronald J. Onorato and William McKenzie Woodward, contributing editors) Buildings of Rhode Island (New York: Oxford University Press, 2004).
“Henry Adams and Walt Whitman,” South Atlantic Quarterly 40 (April 1941): 132–145.
“The Magazines Are Loud,” Nation 155 (September 19, 1942): 235–237.
(with Will Chasan) “Keep Them Out! VIII. Representative Hamilton Fish,” Nation 155 (October 24, 1942): 415–417.
“The Slicks Are Scared,” Common Sense 11 (December 1942): 408–410.
“What Your Money Won’t Buy,” Nation 156 (February 13, 1943): 233–235.
“Fiasco at Willow Run,” Nation 156 (May 8, 1943): 655–658.
“Flivver Houses,” Common Sense 12 (July 1943): 238–243; reprinted as “Your Home After the War,” Science Digest 14 (September 1943): 13–18.
“Private Hargrove’s Army and Mine,” Nation 157 (August 28, 1943): 236–237.
“Army Lectures—New Style,” Common Sense 13 (May 1944): 177–178.
“No VD Here,” Common Sense 14 (March 1945): 35–36.
“Victory: Germany,” Commonweal 42 (June 29, 1945): 259–261.
“Nuremberg Faces Snow,” New Republic 113 (December 31, 1945): 895–897.
“Germans and the Occupation,” Commonweal 43 (March 8, 1946): 521–524.
“Grafenau ‘Denazified,’” Commonweal 44 (August 16, 1946): 424–427; (August 23, 1946): 451–455.
“Henry Adams and Francis Parkman,” American Quarterly 3 (Spring 1951): 52–68.
“Is America a Civilization?” Shenandoah 10 (Autumn 1958): 32–36.
“Seagram Assessed,” Architectural Review 124 (December 1958): 374–382.
[obituary] “Editorial: Frank Lloyd Wright, 1869–1959,” Arts 33 (May 1959): 15, 69.
“The Mies-less Johnson,” Architectural Forum 111 (September 1959): 114–123; French translation, condensed, in L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui 31 (September 1960): 70–71.
“The Seagram Building by Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, Architects,” Arts and Architecture 77 (January 1960): 14–15.
“The Formal Image: USA,” Architectural Review 127 (March 1960): 157–165.
“The Place of Mies in American Architecture,” The Voice of America Forum Lectures, Architecture Series 3 [taped Spring 1960], 1–8; reprinted with Italian and French summaries in Zodiac (Milan) 8 (1961): 28–33.
“Humanism in Contemporary Architecture: Tough- and Tender-Minded,” Journal of Architectural Education 15 (Summer 1960): 3–10.
“Criticism: Medical Research Building for Pennsylvania University, Philadelphia,” Architectural Review 129 (February 1961): 98–106.
“Modern Architecture and the Rebuilding of Cities” [panel discussion sponsored by the Graham Foundation, Chicago], Arts & Architecture 79 (February 1962): 16–17, 30–32.
“PSFS: Its Development and Its Significance in Modern Architecture,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 21 (May 1962): 47–83; Appendix: 95–102; Summary and review, Architectural Review 132 (October 1962): 231.
“The Symbolic Essence of Modern European Architecture of the Twenties and Its Continuing Influence,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 22 (October 1963): 177–187; reprinted in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Architecture, The Garland Library of the History of Art, vol. 11 (New York: Garland, 1976), 169–179, and “Merkitykset Modernismissa” in Abacus Ajankohta 1 (Suomen Rakennustaiteen Museo, 1989), 38–75.
(with Henry Wright) “PSFS,” Architectural Forum 120 (May 1964): 124–29, 143.
“The International Style in the 1930s,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 24 (March 1965): 10–14.
“Urban Design,” Pembroke Alumna 40 (October 1965): 4–9.
“The Aftermath of the Bauhaus in America: Gropius, Mies, and Breuer,” Perspectives in American History 2 (1968): 485–543; reprinted in Donald Fleming and Bernard Bailyn, eds., The Intellectual Migration: Europe and America, 1930–1960 (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1969), 485–543.
“New Haven Arena: Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, Connecticut,” Architectural Review 153 (April 1973): 216–232.
“The Span of Kahn” (“Criticism by William Jordy: Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; Library, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire”), Architectural Review 155 (June 1974): 330–342.
“Mies van der Rohe and the Skyscraper,” Dialogue 7 (1974): 33–41.
“Mies van der Rohe and the Skyscraper,” Architect and Builder (South Africa) 26 (February 1976): 5–9.
“Making the Ordinary Extraordinary: Pembroke Dormitories, Brown University, Providence, R.I.,” Progressive Architecture 57 (February 1976): 47–52.
“Kahn at Yale,” Architectural Review 162 (July 1977): 37–44; excerpt reprinted in Werk Archithese 17–18 (May–June 1978): 50–52.
“The New Museum,” New Criterion 1 (September 1982): 61–65.
“Neutra and the International Style,” New Criterion 1 (November 1982): 69–73.
“The Sculpture of Joel Shapiro,” New Criterion 1 (December 1982): 54–57.
“American Architecture Between World’s Fairs: Richardson, Sullivan, and McKim,” Archives of American Art Journal 23 (1983): 27–33.
“Raccoon Mountain,” in Marian Moffett and Lawrence Wodehouse, Built for the People of the United States: Fifty Years of TVA Architecture (Knoxville: Art and Architecture Gallery, University of Tennessee, 1983), 48–58.
“The ‘Little House’ at the Metropolitan,” New Criterion 1 (January 1983): 56–61.
“‘I Am Alone’: Le Corbusier, Bathrooms, and Airplanes,” New Criterion 1 (April 1983): 41–49.
“Aedicular Modern: The Architecture of Michael Graves,” New Criterion 2 (October 1983): 43–49.
“The ‘Big Picture’ in Philadelphia,” New Criterion 2 (January 1984): 47–56.
“William Lescaze Reconsidered,” Syracuse University Library Associates Courier 19 (Spring 1984): 81–104.
“The Renaissance in New York: The Buildings of McKim, Mead & White,” New Criterion 3 (October 1984): 49–60.
“Robert Venturi and the Decorated Shed,” New Criterion 3 (May 1985): 58–68; reprinted in Dialogue 72, no. 2 (1986): 40–47.
“The Return of Mies van der Rohe,” New Criterion 4 (May 1986): 45–56.
“The Machine Age Revisited,” New Criterion 5 (February 1987): 44–52.
“Henry-Russell Hitchcock, 1903–1987,” New Criterion 5 (April 1987): 79–81.
“PSFS Building, Philadelphia, di Howe & Lescaze,” Casabella 52 (July–August 1988): 42–53.
“Bank of China Tower,” Architecture and Urbanism 249 (June 1991): 42–61.
“‘A Wholesome Environment Through Plain, Direct Means’: The Planning of Norris by the Tennessee Valley Authority,” Arris (Journal of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians) 5 (1994): 6–30.
Sections on Colonial American art and nineteenth-century American painting in Helen Gardner, Art Through the Ages, 4th edition revised under the editorship of Sumner McK. Crosby (New York: Harcourt Brace, 1959).
“Architecture of the Federal Period and the Nineteenth Century,” in William H. Pierson, Jr., and Martha Davidson, eds., Arts of the United States (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960; reprint, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1975), 10–18.
“Philip Johnson” and “Mies van der Rohe,” in Gerd Hatje, ed., Knaurs Lexikon der Modernen Architektur (Munich and Zurich, 1963), 142–44, 170–79; Mies van der Rohe entry reprinted in Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, ed., Lexikon der Architektur des 20. Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart: Verlag Gerd Hatje, 1983), 194–200.
“Philip Johnson” and “Ludwig Mies van der Rohe,” in Gerd Hatje, ed., Encyclopedia of Modern Architecture (New York: Abrams, 1964), 165–167, 189–199.
“Four Approaches to Regionalism in the Visual Arts of the 1930s,” in Luther S. Luedtke, ed., The Study of American Culture: Contemporary Conflicts (Deland, Fla.: Everett Edwards, 1977), 19–48.
(with Christopher P. Monkhouse) “Three Rhode Island Living Halls of the 1920s and 1930s,” in Helen Searing, ed., In Search of Modern Architecture: A Tribute to Henry-Russell Hitchcock (New York and Cambridge, Mass.: Architectural History Foundation and MIT Press, 1982), 321–337.
“Ralph Walker,” in Richard Guy Wilson, The AIA Gold Medal (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1984), 184–185.
Interviewer for “William Muschenheim,” oral history conducted December 26, 1985, Columbia University Oral History Collection.
“The Tall Buildings,” in Wim de Wit, ed., Louis Sullivan: The Function of Ornament (New York: W. W. Norton, 1986), 65–157.
Review of James L. Woodress, Howells and Italy (Durham: Duke University Press, 1952) in American Quarterly 5 (Winter 1953): 378.
Review of Historic Philadelphia from the Founding Until the Early Nineteenth Century (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1953; reprinted from Transactions 43 [1953]); Theo B. White, ed., Philadelphia Architecture in the Nineteenth Century (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1953); Richard H. Howland and Eleanor P. Spencer, The Architecture of Baltimore: A Pictorial History (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1953); in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 13 (October 1954): 30–32.
Review of Howard K. Beale, ed., Charles Q. Beard: An Appraisal (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1954) in William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 12 (January 1955), 150–153.
“Two Historians of Taste,” review of Russell Lynes, The Tastemakers (New York: Harper, 1954) and Hellmut Lehmann-Haupt, Art Under a Dictatorship (New York: Oxford University Press, 1954) in Yale Review 44 (March 1955): 457–461.
Review of Marshall W. Fishwick, American Heroes: Myth and Reality (Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs Press, 1954) in Shenandoah 6 (Summer 1955): 78–81.
Review of Vincent J. Scully, Jr., The Shingle Style: Architectural Theory and Design from Richardson to the Origins of Wright (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1955) in New England Quarterly 28 (September 1955): 400–403.
Review of James Thomas Flexner, American Painting: The Light of Distant Skies, 1760–1835 (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1954) in American Historical Review 60 (April 1955): 616–618; Letter to the Editor, American Historical Review 61 (October 1955): 263.
Review of Talbot Hamlin, Benjamin Henry Latrobe (New York: Oxford University Press, 1955), American Historical Review 61 (April 1956): 655–656.
Review of Wayne Andrews, Architecture, Ambition and Americans (New York: Harper, 1955) in American Quarterly 8 (Summer 1956): 185–189.
Review of Henry Wasser, The Scientific Thought of Henry Adams (Thessaloniki: privately published, 1956) in New England Quarterly 30 (March 1957): 126–127.
Review of Clarence Stein, New Towns for America (New York: Reinhold, 1957) in Landscape 7 (Autumn 1957): 35–36.
Review of Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons, Builders’ Homes for Better Living (New York: Reinhold, 1957) in Landscape 7 (Winter 1957–58): 32.
Review of George C. Groce and David H. Wallace, The New-York Historical Society’s Dictionary of Artists in America, 1564–1860 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1957) in American Historical Review 63 (January 1958): 510–511.
Review of J. C. Levenson, The Mind and Art of Henry Adams (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957), Journal of Southern History 24 (May 1958): 257–260.
Review of Grant Carpenter Manson, Frank Lloyd Wright to 1910: The First Golden Age (New York: Reinhold, 1958) in Arts 32 (September 1958): 16.
Review of John Maass, The Gingerbread Age (New York: Rinehart, 1957) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 17 (Fall 1958): 35.
Review of Whitney S. Stoddard, Adventure in Architecture: Building the New St. John’s (New York: Longmans, Green, 1958) in Landscape 8 (Winter 1958–59): 34.
Review of John Peter, Masters of Modern Architecture (New York: Braziller, 1958) in Arts 33 (January 1959): 15, 69.
Review of Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Architecture: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1958) in Arts 33 (June 1959): 15, 67–68.
Review of Louis La Beaume, Our Architectural Confusion (New York: Vantage, 1959) in Landscape 9 (Winter 1959–60): 37.
Review of Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings for a Living Architecture (New York: Horizon, 1959) in Arts 34 (May 1960): 19, 71.
Review of Jürgen Joedicke, A History of Modern Architecture (New York: Praeger, 1959); and Ian McCallum, Architecture USA (New York: Reinhold, 1959) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 19 (May 1960): 86–87.
Review of Vincent Scully, Frank Lloyd Wright; Frederick Gutheim, Alvar Aalto; George R. Collins, Antonio Gaudí; Ada Louise Huxtable, Pier Luigi Nervi; Arthur Drexler, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe; and Françoise Choay, Le Corbusier, Masters of World Architecture series (New York: Braziller, 1960) in Landscape 10 (Fall 1960): 52–55.
Review of Willard Connely, Louis Sullivan as He Lived (New York: Horizon, 1960) in Arts 35 (January 1961): 13, 66.
Review of Arthur Drexler, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Masters of World Architecture series (New York: Braziller, 1960) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 20 (March 1961): 42–43.
Review of Cranston Jones, Architecture Today and Tomorrow (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1961), in Architectural Forum 115 (December 1961): 149, 152.
Review of Henry-Russell Hitchcock, The Architecture of H. H. Richardson and His Times (Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1961; orig. pub. 1936) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 21 (October 1962): 155–156.
Review of Morton and Lucia White, The Intellectual versus the City: From Thomas Jefferson to Frank Lloyd Wright in Mississippi Valley Historical Review 49 (March 1963): 683–685.
“Style and Chaos,” review of Paul Damaz, Art in Latin American Architecture (New York: Reinhold, 1963); John McHale, R. Buckminster Fuller; John M. Jacobus, Jr., Philip Johnson; Vincent Scully, Jr., Louis I. Kahn; Robin Boyd, Kenzo Tange; and Allan Temko, Eero Saarinen, all five titles in Makers of Contemporary Architecture series (New York: Braziller, 1962); Louis I. Kahn, The Notebooks and Drawings of Louis I. Kahn (Philadelphia: Falcon, 1962); and [Cranston Jones], Marcel Breuer, Buildings and Projects, 1921–1961 (New York: Praeger, 1962) in Art News 62 (October 1963): 44, 52–55.
“The Commercial Style and the ‘Chicago School,’” review of Carl W. Condit, The Chicago School of Architecture: A History of Commercial and Public Building in the Chicago Area, 1875–1925 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964) in Perspectives in American History 1 (1967): 390–400.
Review of Ludwig Münz and Gustav Künstler, Adolf Loos: Pioneer of Modern Architecture (New York: Praeger, 1964) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 26 (December 1967): 321–322.
Review of Roger Stein, John Ruskin and Aesthetic Thought in America (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1967) in Landscape 18 (Winter 1969): 44–45.
Review of Henry Van Brunt, Architecture and Society; and Selected Essays of Henry Van Brunt, ed. William A. Coles (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press, 1969) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 30 (December 1971): 330–331.
“Philadelphian Eclectic,” review of James O’Gorman, The Architecture of Frank Furness (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1973) in Architectural Review 155 (May 1974): 316.
“The Genius of the Place,” review of Laura Wood Roper, FLO: A Biography of Frederick Law Olmsted (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1973); Elizabeth Barlow, Frederick Law Olmsted’s New York (New York: Praeger, 1971); Robert Smithson, “Frederick Law Olmsted and the Dialectical Landscape,” Artforum 11 (February 1973): 62–68; and Frederick Law Olmsted, Forty Years of Landscape Architecture: Central Park (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1973) in New York Review of Books 21 (13 June 1974): 33–37; reprinted as “Going Back to the Father Figure” in Landscape Architecture 65 (October 1974): 422–428.
Review of Donald J. Bush, The Streamlined Decade (New York: Braziller, 1975), and Martin Greif, Depression Modern: The Thirties Style in America (New York: Universe Books, 1975) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 36 (May 1977): 129–130.
Review of G. E. Kidder Smith, A Pictorial History of Architecture in America (New York: American Heritage, 1976); National Trust for Historic Preservation, America’s Forgotten Architecture (New York: Pantheon Books, 1976); and John W. Reps, Cities on Stone: Nineteenth Century Lithograph Images of the Urban West (Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum, 1976) in American Historical Review 83 (February 1978): 262–263.
Review of Heinz Ronner, Sharad Jhaveri, and Alessandro Vasella, Louis I. Kahn Complete Works, 1935–74 (Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1977); Frederick D. Nichols, ed., Louis Kahn in Papers of the American Association of Architectural Bibliographers 12 (New York: Garland, 1978); August E. Komendant, Eighteen Years with Architect Louis I. Kahn (Englewood, N.J.: Aloray, 1975); Romaldo Giurgola, and Jaimini Mehta, Louis I. Kahn (Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1975); The Travel Sketches of Louis I. Kahn (Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1978); Light Is the Theme: Louis I. Kahn and the Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth: Kimbell Art Foundation, 1975); Louis I. Kahn, Sketches for the Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth: Kimbell Art Foundation, 1978); and [Jules David Prown], The Architecture of the Yale Center for British Art (New Haven: Yale University, 1977) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 39 (March 1980): 85–89.
Review of Francis R. Kowsky, The Architecture of Frederick Clarke Withers and the Progress of the Gothic Revival in America After 1850 (Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1980); and Robert Muccigrosso, American Gothic: The Mind and Art of Ralph Adams Cram (Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1980) in American Historical Review 87 (October 1982): 1165–1166.
Review of Le Corbusier Sketchbooks (New York and Cambridge, Mass.: Architectural History Foundation and MIT Press, 1981–1982) in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 42 (March 1983): 83–86.
“Oh, Pioneers!” review of Richard Longstreth, On the Edge of the World: Four Architects in San Francisco at the Turn of the Century (New York and Cambridge, Mass.: Architectural History Foundation and MIT Press, 1983) in House and Garden 156 (February 1984): 72–75.
“Which Terrace for the Sunset?” review of Charles Gwathmey and Robert Siegel: Buildings and Projects, 1964–1984, ed. Peter Arnell and Ted Bickford with Ivan Zaknic (New York: Harper, 1984); and Richard Meier, Architect, 1964–1984 (New York: Rizzoli, 1984) in New York Times Book Review (March 17, 1985): 13–14.
“Boston’s Louis Sullivan and the Buildings He Built,” review of Robert C. Twombly, Louis Sullivan His Life and Work (New York: Viking, 1986); and David S. Andrew, Louis Sullivan and the Polemics of Modern Architecture (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1985) in Boston Sunday Globe (March 30, 1986): A9–A10.
“The Forms That Move Us,” review of William J. R. Curtis, Le Corbusier: Ideas and Forms (Oxford: Phaidon, 1986) in Times Literary Supplement, no. 4,376 (February 13, 1987): 151–152.
“‘No Little Plans,’” review of John Zukowsky, ed., Chicago Architecture, 1872–1922: Birth of a Metropolis (Munich: Prestel/Art Institute of Chicago, 1987) in Times Literary Supplement, no. 4, 465 (October 28, 1988): 1207–1208.
“Analyzing the ‘Metaphysics’ of Skyscrapers,” review of Thomas A. P. van Leeuwen, The Skyward Trend of Thought: The Metaphysics of the American Skyscraper (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1988) in Architecture 78 (June 1989): 39–40.
Review of Alexander Tzonis, ed., The Louis I. Kahn Archive (New York: Garland, 1987); and Heinz Ronner, Sharad Jhaveri, and Alessandro Vasella, Louis I. Kahn Complete Works, 1935–74 (Basel: Birkhäuser, 1987) in Design Book Review 21 (Summer 1991): 11–17.
Review of David B. Brownlee and David G. De Long, Louis I. Kahn: In the Realm of Architecture (New York: Rizzoli, 1991); Jan Hochstim, The Paintings and Sketches of Louis I. Kahn (New York: Rizzoli, 1991); and Alessandra Latour, ed., Louis I. Kahn: Writings, Lectures, Interviews (New York: Rizzoli, 1991) in New York Times Book Review (December 29, 1991): 1, 20–22.
Letter to the Editor, New York Times Book Review (January 19, 1992): 4.
“Chronological Short-Title List of Henry-Russell Hitchcock’s ‘American Architectural Books’” [1952 typescript], published as Appendix in Henry-Russell Hitchcock, American Architectural Books, new expanded edition (New York: Da Capo Press, 1976).
Foreword, The City: 1809–1908 (Providence: Providence Preservation Society, 1971), 3–4.
Preface, Richard Fleischner (Amherst: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, 1977).
Foreword to Mardges Bacon, Ernest Flagg: Beaux-Arts Architect and Urban Reformer (New York and Cambridge, Mass.: Architectural History Foundation and MIT Press, 1986), xi–xiii.
“Introduction: Thoughts on the Geography of American Architecture,” for session “The Building: Vernacular and Monumental,” in David G. De Long, Helen Searing, and Robert A. M. Stern, eds., American Architecture: Innovation and Tradition (New York: Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture, Columbia University, and Rizzoli, 1986), 85–92.
“The Orders,” introduction to The Architectural Orders (Providence: Ziggurat Press, 1990), unpaged [5 pages].
Introduction to Kenneth Frampton and Philip Drew, Harry Seidler: Four Decades of Architecture (London: Thames and Hudson, 1992).
Selected Bibliography of Writings by William H. Jordy
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