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The Use Of and Need For Preservation Standards in Architectural Conservation - Sickles-Taves, Lauren B., 1955-

Papers from the International Symposium on the Use and Need for Preservation Standards in Architectural Conservation, held April 18-19, 1998, in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Sheffield Plate - Victoria and Albert Museum

30 photographs of a variety of Sheffield plate pieces, introduced with a brief history of Sheffield plate and the plating process.

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Adam Silver - Victoria and Albert Museum

29 photographs of a variety of Adam silver pieces, introduced with a brief history of the Adam style.

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Museum Trusteeship - Ullberg, Alan D.

Provides a definition of trustee responsibility, accountability, and liability, along with guidelines to help trustees in carrying out their obligations.

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A Guide to the City of Georgetown Historic District, Georgetown, South Carolina - Larson, Dennis T.

Provides a short history of Georgetown County and the City of Georgetown Revitalization Program, along with a driving tour of the historic district. Describes each building on the tour; includes photographs.

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The Sampler Book: Old Samplers from Museums and Private Collections - Gierl, Irmgard

Presents a collection of old embroidered samplers from America, England, Holland, and Northern and Southern Germany. Includes photographs of many designs and patterns.

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Wallpaper in America: From the Seventeenth Century to World War I - Lynn, Catherine

Surveys the most distinctive styles of wallpapers used in America from the seventeenth century, when their presence can first be documented, to World War I, when the taste markers began to associate the plain white wall with all that was "Modern." Draws on the extensive collections of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design, as well as from sources across America and Europe.

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Diary of a Kiawah Pioneer, Kiawah Island, Charleston, South Carolina - Brumley, Blanche

Reflections on the treasures and natural splendors of Kiawah Island.

Object Type: Library