Early Pennsylvania Arts and Crafts
Stoudt, John Joseph

New York: A.S. Barnes, 1964. F 364 pages,sources for illustrations, index; illustrated with plates in color and black and white; (From the dustjacket information): "...a monumental and definitive history of all the arts and crafts of early Pennsylvania...contains sections on architecture, describing private and public structures;.furniture, discussing Philadelphia Georgian, Philadelphia Chippendale, Germanic furniture; fine arts...painting on glass; tavern signs; silversmithing; music and musical instruments, crafts...pottery, carving, iron, textiles, rifles, and painted objects..."; previous owner bookplate; light wear to dustjacket, price clipped, one small nick; very good condition. Very Good H (Item ID: 12813)


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