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Survey of Early American Design

Survey of Early American Design

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Editor: Lisa C. Mullins; preface by Roy Underhill

Publisher: The National Historical Society, 1987

Explores the structural detail and craftsmanship of early American architecture from its sixteenth-century English origins to late-eighteenth-century designs.

Contents:

Historical Introduction to the Series

Series Preface

  1. Early Wooden Architecture in Andover, Massachusetts
  2. New England Inns and Taverns
  3. Interior Woodwork in New England During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
  4. A Comparative Study of a Group of Early American Ornamental Cornices, Part One
  5. A Comparative Study of a Group of Early American Ornamental Cornices, Part Two
  6. A Comparative Study of a Group of Early American Windows
  7. Charleston Doorways: Entrance Motives from a South Carolina City
  8. A Group of Eastern Massachusetts Vestibules
  9. Examples of Interior Doors and Doorways from the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
  10. Some Interior Arched Openings found in Northeastern Colonial Work
  11. Some Low Mantels and Fireplace Enframements Principally of the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
  12. Some New England Panleed Room Ends from the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries
  13. Some Examples of Corner Cupboards Generally of Early Design and Construction

Glossary

ISBN: 091867820X

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