York author Scott Butcher releases ‘Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania’

"Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania" by Scott ButcherAnd First Friday comes full circle…

Last month, we blogged about a pre-release party being held on First Friday for York author Scott Butcher’s most recent release, “Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania.” Attendees could place a pre-order for a signed copy.

Well happy First Friday for January — the books are in! Copies are now available through Schiffer Publishing for $34.99. Visit www.schiffer
books.com
for details.

Below is a description of the book:

“Nestled among the rolling hills of South Central Pennsylvania, six counties — Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, York — are home to more than three centuries of history and architecture. Beginning with early eighteenth century buildings, almost every style of American architecture is featured in the region’s mid-sized cities, charming towns, and quaint villages. Susquehanna Valley buildings showcase excellent examples of Colonial, Early Republic, Victorian, and twentieth-century architectural movements.

“Featured are educational narratives of three dozen styles as well as special sections on a variety of building types, including farmers’ markets and train stations, all brought to life by more than 180 full-color photos. Join author and photographer Scott D. Butcher on an enlightening tour featuring the best of American architecture as seen through the eyes of the region’s architects and builders.”

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Scott Butcher hosts pre-release party for “Historic Architecture of Pennsylvania”

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