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Buildings of Texas collection (University of Texas at Austin)
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The Buildings of Texas collection contains source materials for the Society of Architectural Historian’s two-volume publication “The Buildings of Texas.” The books catalog the built environment in Texas with architectural profiles of major cities and landmark structures. The collection features the archives of editor Moorhead (FAIA) and contributor Mario L. Sanchez (UT, 1982), including research material, administrative documentation, and over 12,000 photos. Only a small portion of buildings are represented in the final publication, providing incredible opportunities for further research. Data gathered by the research team and donated as part of the collection has launched UT Libraries’ efforts to geolocate built works in Texas and map our Architectural collections.
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Nov 22, 2019
Pierce Meyer, Katie, 2019, "Buildings of Texas original dataset", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/M45YL8, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
The Buildings of Texas collection contains source materials for the Society of Architectural Historian’s two-volume publication “The Buildings of Texas.” Data gathered by the research team and donated as part of the collection includes information about people, places, and events...
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