Books (whether e-books or in print) are essential for understanding period, context and broad subjects within the scope of architectural history.
Articles and scholarly websites provide more granular information, often specific to an individual structure.
See the "Find Books, Articles, etc." tab at left to find out how to locate architectural history sources.
General history resources can be of great value to the study of historical architecture. Researchers at the University of Houston should also consult the M.D. Anderson Library collection, which contains materials on general history and regional studies. See these research guides for more information: