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Historic Resources of Berkeley County South Carolina - Preservation Consultants

Contents: History of Berkeley County; Architecture in Berkeley County; St. James, Goose Creek, Parish; St. John's, Berkeley, Parish; St. Stephen's Parish; St. Thomas and St. Denis Parish; St. James, Santee, Parish; National Register Listings in Berkeley County; Historical Markers in Berkeley County.

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Homage to the Undwelled: Featuring the Vernacular Architecture of Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland - Callum, Gaston Ward

Photographic work concentrating on some of the earliest known buildings in the South, ranging from small vernacular farmhouses to plantation mansions.

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Paint in America: The Colors of Historic Buildings - Moss, Roger W., 1940-

Leading architectural historians, paint conservators, and paint investigators describe historic paints and painting techniques, recount the process of paint research, explain modern paint analysis, and outline the basic nature of paints. Special sections present a newly authenticated palette of colonial paint colors as well as a list of the most common pigments used from 1600 to 1850. Contents: Colonial and federal America : accounts of early ...

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London Wallpapers: Their Manufacture and Use, 1690-1840 - Rosoman, Treve

Written to accompany an exhibition of London wallpapers at the R.I.B.A. Heinz Gallery, this booklet illustrates the development of the London wallpaper trade from its origins in the 17th century to the onset of mechanization in the 1840s.

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Landscape Wallcoverings - Kosuda-Warner, Joanne

Catalog of some of the collections in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum Department of Wallcoverings, representing wallcoverings from China, France, Europe, and the U.S., and ranging across three centuries. Traces changes in production from hand-painting and early block-printing to machine printing.

Object Type: Library