Published by The History Press. Released 2008.
From early Colonial taverns and ornate Victorian homes to the postmodern office towers of today, York’s streetscape features almost every style and era of American architecture. With exacting detail, local architecture expert Scott Butcher explains why York has been blessed with such an architecturally rich heritage and why current efforts to preserve it are so important.
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