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The Autobiography of Irving K. Pond: The Sons of Mary and Elihu.
POND. Swan, David, and Terry Tatum, eds.
The Autobiography of Irving K. Pond: The Sons of Mary and Elihu.
Irving K. Pond's memoir was written between 1937 and 1939. Pond finished it on May 9th of that year, and died at the end of September. He wrote the entire manuscript in pencil, from brief notes that he also left behind. All of this work on the manuscript, along with all of his voluminous writings on all kinds of subjects, his collection of photographs, etc, was given to the American Academy of Arts and Letters at the time of his death. His enormous body of work has never been fully documented in a single book until now.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 588 pp
Publisher: Hyoogen Press
Year: 2009
Publication Place: Oak Park, IL
ISBN: 9780981833019
Book Id: 83731

Price: $40.00

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