John Joseph Earley : the man who made concrete beautiful / by Frederick William Cron

Cron, Frederick W. (Frederick William), b. 1906
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Collection size: 123 p. (on partial microfilm reel)

Biographical/Historical Note: Sculptors James and John Joseph Earley ran a studio in Manassas, Virginia where they executed architectural sculpture for buildings in the Washington, D.C. area, including the Library of Congress, and the Franciscan Monastery. John Joseph Earley was also a pioneer in the use of architectural concrete.

Xeroxed typescript was given to James Goode by Frederick W. Cron.

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