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Progressive Architecture

Progressive Architecture was the later name of an American magazine on architecture, design, and drafting.

Publication History

Progressive Architecture began in 1920 as Pencil Points. (Issues under that name are listed separately.) It was first published as Progressive Architecture in 1945 (with early issues titled Progressive Architecture Pencil Points), and continued the volume numbering of the earlier version. It ran until 1995. No copyright renewals were filed for this magazine.

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