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To find information about Boston architecture and buildings, you may need to consult a wide variety of sources: books, newspapers, archival collections, image collections, and government or organization websites.
Both recent and older architecture books contain valuable illustrations, plans, photographs, details, and sections, as well as narrative details of buildings and their construction. Search Scholar OneSearch for books and e-books.
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The Archives and Special Collections Department houses and makes available primary source materials in both print and digital form. The Northeastern University Historical Collections include the records and publications of the University. The Special Collections preserve the history of Boston's social movements and community organizations, as well as Boston's public infrastructure, neighborhoods, and natural environments.
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