Photographer and environmental artist Alice Weston whose photographs appear in Great Houses of the Queen City captured the beauty and variety of the residential architecture of her native Cincinnati.
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Cincinnati was the first “great” city founded after American independence, and its prodigious growth reflected the rise of the new nation. Its architecture is a testament to that growth and to the importance of the city itself. Architecture in Cincinnati: An Illustrated History of Designing and Building an American City traces the city's development from the first town plans of the 1780s to the city that it is today, renowned for its dramatic architectural achievements.
“Beautifully conceived and well produced, Architecture in Cincinnati is at once a coffee-table book and something more ambitious.”