About: This volume features articles on the furniture by the Potthast Brothers of Baltimore, 1892 - 1975, the early furniture of Job and Christopher Townsend, Boston Japanned furniture from1715 to1750, a study of the New Mexican Caja, seventeenth-century joined furniture from Newbury, Massachusetts, John Cadwalader's commode-seat side chairs, the Lisle family desk-and-bookcase from Rhose Island, eighteenth-century New York shranks, Edward Priestley (1778 - 1837), a Baltimore cabinetmaker, Baroque style in Philadelphia furniture, neoclassicism in Baltimore furniture, Quakers and the furniture industry in early Salem, as well as book reviews and bibliography.
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