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RESEARCH CAN BE DESULTORY
AND ILLOGICAL
- but I learned a lot from these books:

 

Left:
The Well-Built Elephant and
Other Roadside Attractions:
A Tribute To American Eccentricity

by J.J.C. Andrews
Congdon & Weed, Inc., 1984

 

Right:
Architectural Follies in America

by Gwyn Headley
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1996

 

 

Left:
California Crazy & Beyond:
Roadside Vernacular Architecture

by Jim Heimann
Chronicle Books, 2001

 

 

Right:
The Colossus of Roads:
Myth and Symbol Along
The American Highway
by Karal Ann Marling
University of Minnesota Press, 1984

Left:
Roadside Magazine
PO Box 2232
Jenkintown, PA 19046
Tel: 508-450-7053

 

. . . among other sources.


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