The Structure of Praise
Place of Publication
Architecture, New England, Churches
Church architecture -- New England -- History.
Art and Music
History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
From colonial times to the present day, churches have served New Englanders as places of worship, centers for political and social life, and as architectural expressions of adoration and praise. Whether the building be wood or brick, classic or modern, the church is a statement of community, a setting for ceremonies of individual and family life, and is the highest artistic expression of the men who designed and built it. This book honors New England churches which have succeeded as works of art in their own right.
Mazmanian, Arthur, "The Structure of Praise" (1970). FSU Bookshelf. 245.