Samuel Mockbee, an appreciation

Till, J. and Wigglesworth, S. 2002. Samuel Mockbee, an appreciation. Architectural Review. 1260, pp. 14-15.

TitleSamuel Mockbee, an appreciation
AuthorsTill, J. and Wigglesworth, S.
JournalArchitectural Review
Journal citation1260, pp. 14-15
ISSN0003-861X
YearFeb 2002
PublisherEmap
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PublishedFeb 2002

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