Measured drawings for the Masons' Hall, Richmond, Va., 1934 February 24.

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Colavita, Philip, Jr. Measured drawings for the Masons' Hall, Richmond, Va., 1934 February 24.

Measured drawings for the Masons' Hall, Richmond, Va., 1934 February 24.

Drawings for Masons' Hall were executed by Lyle Swiger and Philip Colavita, Jr., for the Historic American Buildings Survey, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Office of National Parks, Buildings and Reservations, Branch of Plans and Designs.

12 technical drawings : blueprint ; 45 x 58 cm.

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