Samuel Mockbee was diagnosed with leukemia in 1998.
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- Rural Studio: Samuel Mockbee and an Architecture of Decency Princeton Architectural Press, February 2002
- Proceed and Be Bold: Rural Studio After Samuel Mockbee Princeton Architectural Press, 2005
- Samuel Mockbee and the Rural Studio: Community Architecture Birmingham Museum of Art, October 2003.
- Mockbee/Coker: Thought and Process Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY, 1995.
- Wikipedia Page
- Interview with PBS‘s “Egg: The Arts Show”
- “The Midas Touch” by William Plummber, People Magazine, Dec. 2000
- “Elevate Something Ordinary to Something Extraordinary.” By Curtis Sittenfeld, Fast Company, Oct. 2000
- “The Hero of Hale County: Sam Mockbee” by Andrea Oppenheimer Dean; Architectural Record, Feb. 2001
- “Samuel Mockbee” by Brian Libby; Salon.com, Aug, 2001
- “Mockbee Southern Genius” by Ted Katauskas, Architecture Week, Aug. 2001
- “Remembering Mockbee” by D.K. Ruth, Metropolis Magazine, Apr. 2002
- “A Man Like an Oak” by Robert A. Ivy, FAIA; Architectural Record, Feb. 2002
- “REAL LIFE” by Zahid Sardar, San Francisco Chronicle, Jun. 2002
- “Building Houses, Building Forests” by Jamie Creamer, Agriculture Science Knowledge, Spring 2003
- “In Mockbee‘s Memory” by Daniel Belasco, Art in America, May 2004
- “Samuel Mockbee: A Life‘s Work” by Andrea Oppenheimer Dean; Architectural Record, Jun. 2004
- “Design as Research – Learning from Doing in the Design-Build Studio” by David Hinson, Journal of Architectural Education, Sep. 2007
- “Samuel Mockbee: A Design for Life” by Curtis Sittenfeld, Dec. 2007
- Encyclopedia of Alabama: Samuel Mockbee, by Elizabeth Motherwell; Jan. 2009