Of Various Magnificence: The Architectural History of the San Antonio Missions in the Colonial Period and the Nineteenth Century
Ivey, James E.
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The National Park Service contracted with the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Cultural Sustainability to make final edits to and add images for the James Ivey authored document. To the greatest extent possible, text remains as written by Mr. Ivey.
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