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November Sale. VG, very slight wear to extremities. White & color illus. wraps. 196 pp. Numerous color plates. Issued in conjunction with a series of 1982-1984 exhibitions of art of the Pennsylvania Dutch, or Pennsylvania Germans. "Provides an overview of the group, the diverse national origins of the settlers, the stability and the productivity of their regional settlements, and their importance in the establishment of the wealth and the international prestige of the colony of Pennsylvania before 1776. Over three hundred objects were selected out of some three thousand examined, which were made and owned by Pennsylvania Germans. in their decoration, inscriptions, and workmanship, these works reveal the traditions, beliefs, and achievements that this important early settlement group has contributed to American life." (preface).
Quarto, softcover, light wear to beige pictorial wraps else interior near fine. 196pp. The seminal idea for this exhibition grew out of a desire to reestablish for a national audience the vitality inherent in the original arts of the Pennsylvania Germans and to explore the particular contributions that they made to American arts and crafts. " Illustrated with color photographs and a few black & white photographs.
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