Joe Amisano

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Joe Amisano (1917–2008) was an American architect, especially known for his work in Atlanta. Born in New York, he graduated from Pratt Institute in 1940 and won a Prix de Rome in 1950. He joined the Atlanta firm that became Toombs, Amisano and Wells in 1954.[1]



  1. ^ a b c d Judith H. Bonner, ed., New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture: Volume 21: Art and Architecture (University of North Carolina Press, 2013), ISBN 978-0807869949. Excerpts available at Google Books.
  2. ^ Ennis Davis, Robert Mann, Reclaiming Jacksonville: Stories Behind the River City's Historic Landmarks (The History Press, 2012), ISBN 978-1609496463, p. 69. Excerpts available at Google Books.
  3. ^ a b c Gerald W. Sams, AIA guide to the architecture of Atlanta (University of Georgia Press, 1993), ISBN 978-0820314501, pp. 48, 61, 127, 166. Excerpts available at Google Books.
  4. ^ Tom Owen-Towle, O. Eugene Pickett: Borne on a Wintry Day : Fourth President of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUAC, 1996), ISBN 978-1558963443, pp. 94ff. Excerpts available at Google Books.