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Ralph Adams Cram

Author Code: ARAC

Born: Dec. 16, 1863 - Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, USA

Died: Sep. 22, 1942 - Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Educated at Westford Academy and Exeter High School, Cram went on to study architecture in a Boston office. In 1889, he established his own architect's office in Boston and went on to enjoy a highly successful career. Cram specialized in the Gothic style and many churches and college buildings were the result of his efforts. His company, Cram & Ferguson, which is still in business today, was awarded the contract in 1904 for the design of the Military Academy at West Point. Cram was a consulting architect at Princeton University from 1907 to 1929 and a professor of architecture at MIT from 1914 to 1921. In addition to his many works on architecture, Cram also wrote a variety of essays and some short stories. His best-known story, The Dead Valley (1895), was praised by H. P. Lovecraft. Cram's other works include Black Spirits and White (1895), Church Building (1901), The Gothic Quest (1907), The Ministry of Art (1914), The Substance of Gothic (1916), The Nemesis of Mediocrity (1918), The Great Thousand Years (1918), Walled Towns (1918), My Life in Architecture (1936) and The End of Democracy (1937).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ARAC001 Black Spirits and White
  The Dead Valley
  In Kropfsberg Keep
  No. 252 Rue M. Le Prince
  Notre Dame Des Eaux
  Sister Maddelena
  The White Villa
1895 42 300k eBook Download PDF - 'Black Spirits and White' (ARAC001)   Download ePub - 'Black Spirits and White' (ARAC001) Find a printed copy of Black Spirits and White by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks
ARAC007 The Decadent 1893 17 172k eBook Download PDF - 'The Decadent' (ARAC007)   Download ePub - 'The Decadent' (ARAC007) Find a printed copy of The Decadent by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks
ARAC004 The Mystery of Sakkarah 1935 8 148k Article Download PDF - 'The Mystery of Sakkarah' (ARAC004)   Download ePub - 'The Mystery of Sakkarah' (ARAC004) Find a printed copy of The Mystery of Sakkarah by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks
ARAC005 The Nemesis of Democracy 1936 6 139k Article Download PDF - 'The Nemesis of Democracy' (ARAC005)   Download ePub - 'The Nemesis of Democracy' (ARAC005) Find a printed copy of The Nemesis of Democracy by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks
ARAC003 The Nemesis of Mediocrity 1919 16 203k eBook Download PDF - 'The Nemesis of Mediocrity' (ARAC003)   Download ePub - 'The Nemesis of Mediocrity' (ARAC003) Find a printed copy of The Nemesis of Mediocrity by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks
ARAC006 The Return to Feudalism 1937 7 145k Article Download PDF - 'The Return to Feudalism' (ARAC006)   Download ePub - 'The Return to Feudalism' (ARAC006) Find a printed copy of The Return to Feudalism by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks
ARAC002 Why We Do Not Behave Like Human Beings 1932 7 130k eBook Download PDF - 'Why We Do Not Behave Like Human Beings' (ARAC002)   Download ePub - 'Why We Do Not Behave Like Human Beings' (ARAC002) Find a printed copy of Why We Do Not Behave Like Human Beings by Ralph Adams Cram at AbeBooks

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