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( transcription project) Fergusson, History of Indian and Eastern Architecture, 1910
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Development and Character of Gothic Architecture, 1890
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Proclamation 4566, 1978 by Jimmy Carter: "Physical access is often the key to whether people can enjoy their rights and freedoms, and exercise their responsibilities."
Proclamation 4656, 1979 by Jimmy Carter: "Architectural and other barriers often keep millions of Americans from participating in and contributing to our society." Proclamation 4930, 1892 by Ronald Reagan: "April 20, 1982 marks the 125th Anniversary of the American Institute of Architects" Reference works Edit
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