American Institute of Architects (Committee on Education). The Significance of the Fine Arts. Boston: Marshall Jones Co.. 1926.

General information on architecture (pp. 183-242).

Barman, Christian. Architecture. New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1929. Edgell, George Harold. The American Architecture of To-Day. New York:

C. Scribner's Sons, 1928.

Fenn, Amor. Design and Tradition. London: Chapman & Hall, 1920.

Historic review of architecture: Discusses characteristics of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Gothic, English, Early French, Romanesque, English Renaissance (pp. 16-137).

Frankl, Paul T. New Dimensions. New York: Payson & Clarke, Ltd., 1928. Modernism in American city architecture (pp. 52-57).

Goodnow, Ruby Ross, and Adams, Rayne. The Honest House. New York: Century Co., 1914.

Greeley, William Roger. The Essence of Architecture. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., 1927.

Discussion of principles governing architectural composition, proportion, unity, and balance.

Hamlin, Talbot Faulkner. The Enjoyment of Architecture. New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1921.

The architect's materials, treatment of walls, types of roofs, doorways, windows, chimneys (pp. 73.110); the social value of architecture (pp. 298-333).

Hitchcock, Henry Russell. Modern Architecture. New York: Payson &

Clarke, Ltd., 1929. House Beautiful Building Annual, 1926. (Out of print.) Boston: Atlantic Monthly Co., 1926.

Jones, Robert T. (ed.). Small Homes of Architectural Distinction. New York: Harper & Bros., 1929. Contains designs and floor plans of houses from three to six rooms in size.

Kimball, Sidney Fiske. American Architecture. Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1928.

Kimball, Sidney Fiske, and Edgell, George Harold". A History of Architecture. New York: Harper & Bros., 1918.

Colonials in North and South; New England and Pennsylvania architecture after the Revolution; Gothic revival (pp. 524-87). Excellent table included on periods of architecture.

Lethaby, William Richard. Form in Civilization: Collected Papers on Arts and Labour. London: Oxford University Press, 1922. Influence of architecture on all classes of people (pp. 7-16).

Mead, Marcia. Homes of Character. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1926.

Mumford, Lewis. Architecture. Reading with a Purpose, No. 23. Chicago: American Library Association, 1926.

_______"Form in Modern Architecture," Architecture, LX (September, December, 1929), 125-28, 313-16.

_______Sticks and Stones: A study of American Architecture and Civilization.

New York: Boni & Liveright, 1924.

Pond, DeWitt Clinton. "For a Better Appreciation of the Art of Architecture/' Scribners, LXXIII (February, 1923), 251-56.

Excellent general article on what constitutes beauty in architecture and the need for more attention to this art.

Price, Charles Matlack. The A B C of Architecture. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1927. Architectural terms (pp. 77-86); history of architecture (pp. 89-192).

Robinson, L. Eugene. Domestic Architecture. New York: Macmillan Co., 1921. Sexton, Randolph Williams. Interior Architecture. New York:. Architectural Book Publishing Co., 1927. Tallmadge, Thomas Eddy. The Story of Architecture in America. New York:

W. W. Norton & Co., 1927. Wichers, H. E. The Design of the Kansas Home. Bull. 19. Manhattan: Kansas State Agricultural College, 1927. Pp. 84. Youtz, Philip N. Sounding Stones of Architecture. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1929.