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     EVERYBODY CALLED HIM BUSTER

PART I
CURTIS and DAVIS ARCHITECTS and PLANNERS, 1946-1978


      Foreword
    HAVE A SON, BUILD A HOUSE, WRITE A BOOK


1     Chapter 1
    BEGINNING OF CURTIS AND DAVIS


2     Chapter 2
    
EARLY PROJECTS


3     Chapter 3
    POST WORLD WAR II BUILDING BOOM


4     Chapter 4
    ON THE WAVE Of A RISING ECONOMY


5     Chapter 5
    CURTIS AND DAVIS, THE WAY TO NEW YORK


6     Chapter 6
    THE CURTIS AND DAVIS TEAM AND
    THE ONLY UNFINISHED PROJECT


7     Chapter 7
    JAMES FORRESTAL BUILDING, 1969
    A LANDMARK IN FEDERAL ARCHITECTURE


8     Chapter 8
    LOUISIANA SUPERDOME, 1975
    LARGEST OF ALL ENCLOSED STADIUMS


9     Chapter 9
    SAUDI ARABIAN PAPER ARCHITECTURE


PART II
NATHANIEL CURTIS, FAIA, ARCHITECT, 1978-1997


10     Chapter 10
    STARTING OVER AT SIXTY


11     Chapter 11
    VATICAN PAVILIONLOUISIANA WORLD
    EXPOSITION, NEW ORLEANS, 1984


12     Chapter 12
    I AM WRITING A BOOK THAT I
    DON'T WANT TO FINISH


PART III
GALLERIES

A     GALLERY A
    NEW ORLEANS IMPRESSIONS


B     GALLERY B
    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ PARADE


C     GALLERY C
    SAN FRANCISCO IMPRESSIONS


      HOW THE CURTIS ELECTRONIC BOOK BEGAN


      CREDITS