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How may we be said to 'know' buildings? In some cases, it can be from direct experience, in others from published descriptions, maybe drawings. Ultimately, though, ever since Fox Talbot got going with photos of his house, Laycock Abbey, in 1840, most of our knowledge has derived from photography. As ...
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