This guide directs to information on Thomas Jefferson's work as an architect, including his preferred styles, personal study of architecture, and notable buildings, which include the Rotunda at the University of Virginia, the Richmond Capitol, and Monticello.
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- Jefferson’s career in architecture
- Jefferson’s contributions to architecture
- Architecture and Jefferson’s exhibitions
- Jefferson and Neoclassicism
- Architect’s Scale
- Jefferson’s Plan for an Academical Village
- Construction of the University