Susan Larson continues her look at 300 great New Orleans books, this week with author John Kemp as they talk about books on New Orleans architecture.
- Friends of the Cabildo Architecture series by Roulhac Toledano, Mary Louise Christovich, Pat Holden, Sally Evans now Sally Reeves, published by Pelican Publishing Co.
- French Quarter Manual, An Architectural Guide to the Vieux Carre, 1997 by Malcolm Heard
- Henry Howard Architect, by Robert Brantley, photos by Jan Brantley
- Jim Blanchard's new book, Magnificent Obsessions, 2018.
- Delirious New Orleans: A Manifesto for a Great American City, Stephen Vanderber, 2019. Unique vernacular architecture, post Katrina commentary.
- Sweet Spots: In Between Spaces in New Orleans, edited by Barbara Ewell and Theresa Toulouse
- New New Orleans Architecture, by John Klingman, of Tulane University School of Architecture. Contemporary architecture in New Orleans
- Buildings of New Orleans, by Karen Kinglsey and Lake Douglas
- Garden Legacy, by Mary Louise Mossy Christovich and Roulhac Toledano
- Gardens of New Orleans, by Lake Douglas and Jeanette Hardy. Evolution of gardens in New Orleans