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Cram was an architect who built in a house with a teahouse in “eclectic Japanese” style for Rev. Knap in Fall River, Massachusetts. Out of his travel to Japan inhe wrote Impressions of Japanese Architecture and the Allied Arts (). Okakura, Curtis, and Cram—the three Japonists’ characteristic texts resonate and dissent.
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Black Spirits and White: A Book of Ghost Stories 45 copies, 2 reviews; Impressions of Japanese architecture and the allied arts 30 copies; Gold, Frankincense And Myrrh () 11 copies; The substance of Gothic 10 copies; My life in architecture 9 copies; The Ruined Abbeys of Great Britain 9 copies; The Dead Valley 8 copies.
Title: Ralph Adams Cram Papers, Predominant Dates: Collection Identifier: FA Extent: Linear Feet Arrangement: The arrangement scheme for the collection was imposed during re-processing in the absence of a usable order.His published works include: Black Spirits and White: A Book of Ghost Stories (); Church Building: A Study of the Principles of Architecture in Their Relation to the Church (); Impressions of Japanese Architecture and the Allied Arts (); The Gothic Quest (); Six Lectures on Architecture (); The Great Thousand Years (Pedro Joseph de Lemos (25 May – 5 December ) was an American painter, printmaker, architect, illustrator, writer, lecturer, museum director and art educator in the San Francisco Bay to about he used the simpler name Pedro Lemos or Pedro J.
Lemos; between and he changed the family name to de Lemos, believing that he was related to the Count de Lemos, Alma mater: San Francisco Art Institute.