Roger G. Kennedy: Barthelemy Lafon

Kennedy, Roger G.
October 1993
Architectural Digest;Oct93, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p102
Pays tribute to Barthelemy Lafon, pirate, scientist and architect. Biography; Work as city planner in the Mississippi River valley in the 1800s; Planning of New Orleans, Louisiana.


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