Early American rooms, a consideration of the changes in style between the arrival of the Mayflower and the Civil war in the regions originally settled by the English and the Dutch / with articles by Frederick Lewis Allen, Elliot W. Bisbee, Joseph Everett Chandler [and others] ... Russell Hawes Kettell, editor.
- Portland, Me., The Southworth-Anthoensen press, 1936.
xvii, 200 p., 1 l. col. front., illus. (incl. plans) plates (part col.). 31 cm.
- Interior decoration -- United States.
Furniture -- United States.
United States -- Social life and customs.
Furniture, Early American -- History.
- At the end of each of the twelve chapters are two pages, not included in the pagination, containing newspaper items that once appeared within the dates given in the caption, reprinted in such from as will carry out the spirit of their original typography and arrangement.
"Color plates were made by Max Jaffé in Vienna; monochrome plates by Arthur Jaffé, inc., New York.".
- Local notes:
- Athenaeum copy: Gift: Mr. & Mrs. F. Keyes, 1990.
- Allen, Frederick Lewis, 1890-1954.
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