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This is the first book published on Los Angeles architect Archibald Quincy Jones (1913-1979), a pioneer in affordable housing designed with a modern aesthetic. The introductory essay traces Jones's life and career, his post-war planning projects and his long association with Palo Alto building magnate Joseph Eichler. The book contains a catalogue of sixty of Jones's projects illustrated with high-quality black and white period photographs, as well as plans and renderings by Jones. These projects are quintessential examples of mid-twentieth-century American architecture.