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Very Good in Very Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. pp. 516. [A/C-B]. 516 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover, bound in cloth with dust jacket. Moderate shelf-wear: marginal discoloration; discolored jacket with slight wear to edges.
VG/VG-with minor wear to dustjacket. Green clotth with white pictorial DJ. 516 pp. 923 plates. Foreword by Charles F. Hummel. Chapters include The Earliest Settler, 1640-1700; Fashions from Abroad, 1680-1730; The Queen Anne Style, 1720-1755; The Chippendale Style, 1750-1800; Isolated Instances, 1750-1850; The Windsor Chair, 1750-1815; The Hepplewhite and Sheraton Styles, 1785-1815; The Empire Style, 1800-1840; The Victorian Styles, 1820-1900; The Country Style, 1800-1900; The Colonial Rivival, 1876-1970; The Arts and Crafts Movements, 1880-1915; The Art Nouveau Style, 1895-1915; The Mission Style, 1890-1915; The International Style, 1915-1970.
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