Restored America: A Tour Guide : the Preserved Towns, Villages, and Historic City Districts of the United States and Canada

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American Legacy Press, 1979 - Architecture - 384 pages
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A guide to the restored towns and villages and the preserved historic districts of cities throughout the United States and Canada

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