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[New England]. Keith, Elmer D. and Frederic C. Palmer.

Some Notes on Early Connecticut Architecture and The Nomenclature of Rooms in the 17th and 18th Century Connecticut House.

Antiquarian & Landmarks Society, Inc. Hartford 1976 Octavo, pp. 48. Illustrated with b/w photos
An interesting and readable overview of the early architecture of Connecticut, divided into periods and describing the characteristic developments and features of each as reflected in surviving and previously documented buildings. A useful guide for the architectural historian and those interested in early Colonial buildings, first published in 1938. From the library of architectural historian Daniel Reiff, with his owner signature on the FFEP.


Edition: Second edition, revised and enlarges
Binding: Pictorial Wraps
Condition: Very Good in Wraps
Book Id: 15496

Price: $10.00

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