About the 1939 Thesis: Study of Greek Revival Architecture in the Seneca and Cayuga Lake Regions
The Study of Greek Revival Architecture in the Seneca and Cayuga Lake Regions, by Clifford H. Ruffner, Jr., was originally created as a Bachelor of Architecture thesis at Cornell University in 1939.
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