Sacred Spaces: Building and Remembering Sites of Worship in the Nineteenth Century
Virginia Chieffo Raguin, Professor of Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross. Contributions by Dell Upton, Berkeley; William Moore, Enfield Shaker Village; Louis Nelson, Lilly Fellow in the Humanities; and Georgia Barnhill, American Antiquarian Society.
Catalog: Published by the College of the Holy Cross, 2002. 176 pages, 133 black and white illustrations, 9 color.
The catalog explores the architecture and meaning of places of worship in the nineteenth century, from Protestant to Catholic, Jewish, Quaker and Shaker, encompassing topics such as how faith communities decided on the form their buildings would take, to how they would be financed and furnished.
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