John Millar, a member of ARRT-Richmond, has been working since 1962 on the life of
Peter Harrison (1716-1775), who died a few days after Lexington & Concord,
essentially from the shock of it. He was arguably the greatest architect ever
to have worked in America. John's work is now published in two books. The more
expensive one is published by McFarland & Company, and is mostly text with
only a few illustrations (The Buildings of Peter Harrison: Cataloguing the Work of the First Global Architect, 1716-1775, McFarland & Co., 2014). The less expensive one is mostly illustrations with
only basic text, and is available from Thirteen Colonies Press (Peter Harrison, 1716-1775, Drawings). Either or both can be ordered from your favorite bookseller or Amazon.