Roger K. Lewis is a practicing architect and a professor emeritus of architecture at the University of Maryland.
Roger K. Lewis
Much of the built landscape was lost to redevelopment before preservation became the force it is today.
Both quality of life and the real estate market in the D.C. area depend greatly on reliable regional mobility.
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