Pueblo-Mission Architecture by Hunter D. Scott, one chapter of which appeared in
The Masterkey volume 2, number 2, pages 15-24, under the title "Pueblo-Mission Architecture: A Distinctive Product of the Southwest."
Hunter D. Scott was an architectural draftsman employed by the United States federal government circa June 1920.
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