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0000 0001 1437 1943
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Charles E. Peterson
Charles Emil Peterson
Peterson, Charles E.
Peterson, Charles E. (American preservationist, 1906-2004)
Peterson, Charles Emil
Dates: 
1906-2004
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Carpenters' Company of the City and County of Philadelphia
Gianopulos, Nicholas
Gill, Bruce Cooper
Greiff, Constance M.
Harbeson, Hough, Livingston & Larson, Architects
Historic American Buildings Survey
Smith, Robert (1722-1777)
Stokes, Sally Sims
Thompson, Maria M.
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Adams mansion, The
Architectural drawing of a house ("Eagle Point"), Elizabeth City County, Virginia
Articles of the Carpenters Company of Philadelphia and their rules for measuring and valuing house-carpenters work
building and furnishing of christ church philadelphia, The
Building Early America : contributions toward the history of a great industry
Carpenters' Company 1786 rule book
Carpenters' Company of the City and County of Philadelphia. The rules of work ... 1981? c1971:
Colonial St. Louis : building a creole capital
Early Ste. Genevieve and its architecture
free Quaker meeting house, The
list of published writings of special interest in the study of historic architecture of the Mississippi Valley., A
Notes on Carpenters' Hall in the proposed Philadelphia National Historical Park.
Notes on Hampton Mansion
Notes on old Cahokia
Notes on the Free Quaker Meeting House, Fifth and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, built 1783-4.
Philadelphia inquirer, Aug. 20, 2004:
Preservation and Conservation: Principles and Practices; Proceedings of the North American International Regional Conference Williamsburg, Virginia, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 10–16, 1972
Recording Historic Structures
Robert Smith : architect, builder, patriot, 1722-1777
rules of work of the Carpenters' Company of the City and County of Philadelphia, 1786, The : with the original copper plate illustrations
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