Benjamin, A. (1830). The practical house carpenter: Being a complete development of the Grecian orders of architecture. Containing one example of the Tuscan order, three examples of the Doric order, three examples of the Ionic order, one example of the Corinthian order, and one example of the composite order to which are added a series of designs for porticos, frontispieces, doors, etc. engraved on sixty-four large quarto copper plates. Boston: The author [etc.].MLA Citation
Benjamin, Asher, 1773-1845. The Practical House Carpenter: Being a Complete Development of the Grecian Orders of Architecture. Containing One Example of the Tuscan Order, Three Examples of the Doric Order, Three Examples of the Ionic Order, One Example of the Corinthian Order, And One Example of the Composite Order to Which Are Added a Series of Designs for Porticos, Frontispieces, Doors, Etc. Engraved On Sixty-four Large Quarto Copper Plates. Boston: The author [etc.], 1830.
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