A cumulative Table of Contents for the magazine antiques 1970 1979 January 1970



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A Cumulative Table of Contents for THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES

1970 - 1979

January 1970
COVER: Mantel clock, by Kinable, 1795
FRONTISPIECE: Silver tankard, by Jeremiah Dummer. c. 1682
Of time and taste: European clocks in the Bliss collection

J. STEWART JOHNSON


An ANTIQUES book preview: Early American official silver

MARTHA GANDY FALES


An ANTIQUES book preview: American silversmiths in Canada

JOHN LANGDON


The Wrightsman rooms at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

JAMES PARKER


In the service of soup: a great collection

EDITH GAINES


The Empire style at Bayou Bend: new period rooms in Houston

DAVID B. WARREN


Discovery of a world: early maps showing America, Part II

DALLAS PRATT


Fans of the Napoleonic era

ESTHER OLDHAM


February 1970
COVER: Washington, by Rembrandt Peale. lithograph, 1827
FRONTISPIECE: Silver communion service, London, 1742/3
Lithographs by Rembrandt Peale

JOHN A. MAHEY


Church silver in colonial Virginia

HELEN SCOTT TOWNSEND REED

The rise and fall of English white salt-glazed stoneware, Part I

IVOR NOEL-HUME


Joseph Wright’s portrait of Frederick Muhlenberg

MONROE H. FABIAN


Chairs by Lannuier at New York’s City Hall

MARY MARTIN CRAIGMYLE


Firle Place, Sussex; The seat of the Viscount Gage

CLIFFORD MUSGRAVE


Eighteenth-century English and American furnishing fashions

FLORENCE M. MONTGOMERY


March 1970
COVER: Marquetry decoration design

MILTON H. GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: Rococo revival gas chandelier, C. 1850
Nydia, popular Victorian image

MILLARD F. ROGERS, JR.


History in houses: The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion

MARGARET DONALD SCHAACK


The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s centennial exhibition
The furniture of nineteenth-century America

The paintings of nineteenth-century America


An ANTIQUES book preview. Art at Auction, 1968-1969
Furniture owned by the American Antiquarian Society

WENDELL D. GARRETT


The rise and fall of English white salt-glazed stoneware. Part II

IVOR NOEL-HUME


Henry Walton. American artist

LEIGH REHNER



April 1970. Special Charleston issue
COVER: View of the Simmons-Edwards House

Photograph by Louis Schwartz


FRONTISPIECE: The spire of St. Michael’s Church
The history of Charleston, 1670-1860

GEORGE C. ROGERS, JR.


The town plan of Charleston

RUSSELL WRIGHT


Architectural trends in Charleston

ALBERT SIMONS


Seven great Charleston houses

W.H. JOHNSON THOMAS


Plantations and parish churches of the Carolina low country
Drayton Hall, plantation house of the Drayton family

FREDERICK D. NICHOLS


Living with antiques in Charleston:

FRANCES R. EDMUNDS


The George Eveleigh House, home of Mr. and Mrs. Huger Sinkler

The Josiah Smith House, home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Bennett


The public buildings of Charleston

BEATRICE ST. JULIEN RAVENEL


The adaptive use of Charleston buildings in historic preservation

FRANCES R. EDMUNDS


May 1970
COVER: Staffordshire figure of a horse, c. 1765-1775

MILTON H. GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: Looking glass, English, c. 1760
English decorative arts at the De Young Museum

D. GRAEME KEITH

The English Chinese style in furniture

JOHN GLOAG


The death of Captain Cook: two views

JAMES E. AYRES


Kaahumanu’s silver spoons

DOROTHY T. RAINWATER


Living with antiques: A small chateau near Brussels

ELIZABETH DE GRUNNE FLORY


Hand-woven coverlets in the Art Institute of Chicago

MILDRED DAVISON


Wedgwood: what’s in a mark?

GEOFFREY A. GODDEN


Ephraim Byram, versatile nineteenth-century craftsman

JAMES MONROE PERKINS


Charleston ornamental ironwork

ALSTON DEAS



June 1970
COVER: Infant Blowing a Conch shell, lead sculpture, c. 1670-1680
FRONTISPIECE: Inlaid mahogany bookcase, Charleston, c. 1790
Philipsburg Manor, Upper Mills at North Tarrytown, New York

JOSEPH T. BUTLER


Louisbourg—the forgotten fortress

JOHN LUNN


Research and discovery at Louisbourg

JOHN FORTIER


Ceramics from an eighteenth-century wilderness fort

J. JEFFERSON MILLER II


A Louis XIII cabinet at Toledo

RUTH DAVIDSON


Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture in the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum

CHARLES F. HUMMEL


Silver tureens in the Campbell Museum collection

KATHRYN C. BUHLER


Charleston furniture

E. MILBY BURTON


Charleston silver

E. MILBY BURTON


July 1970
COVER: Garden motifs
FRONTISPIECE: Porcelain cruet stand, Florence, c. 1580
Early American garden houses

RALPH E. GRISWOLD


Continental pewter epergnes, cruet stands, and sugar bowls

ROBERT M. VETTER


An ANTIQUES book review: Tudor Place

WENDELL D. GARRETT


Little-known ceramic treasures from the Bennington potteries

RICHARD CARTER BARRET


History in houses: Craighead-Jackson House in Knoxville, Tennessee

G. R. DEMPSTER


Portraits of Rebecca Gratz by Thomas Sully

HANNAH R. LONDON


Indiana cabinetmakers and allied craftsmen, 1815-1860

ARTHUR WHALLON


August 1970
COVER: Floral composition on chintz
FRONTISPIECE: Flower stand and other glass items
The Dunlap cabinetmakers

CHARLES S. PARSONS and DAVID S. BROOKE


Victorian flower stands

HUGH WAKEFIELD


Senator Morril1’s Gothic cottage at Strafford, Vermont

LAWRENCE WODEHOUSE


An ANTIQUES book review: “Origins of Chintz”

RUTH DAVIDSON


Fishing subjects by Junius Brutus Stearns

MILLARD F. ROGERS JR.


Early American stock locks

DONALD STREETER


An ANTIQUES survey: Scrimshaw

EVAN WILLIAM PETLEY-JONES


The walrus and the commodore—a puzzle in scrimshaw

RICHARD W. UPDIKE


Grand Pa Wiener, painter of many worlds

JOANNE BOCK


September 1970
COVER: Compass design

MILTON GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: Silver footed tray by William Grigg of New York and Albany
Nineteenth-century Scottish painting

WILLIAM BUCHANAN


Nineteenth-century American rooms at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

MARVIN D. SCHWARTZ


English earthenware figures in the Lake collection of the Everson Museum
American silver at the Art Institute of Chicago

DAVID A. HANKS


Surveyors‘ equipment and the western frontier

WILLIAM H. GUTHMAN


An ANTIQUES book preview: Early American Furniture

JOHN T. KIRK


An ANTIQUES book review: Nineteenth Century American Painting

JAMES THOMAS FLEXNER


Susanna Rowson and her academy

JANE C. GIFFEN


History in houses: The Golden Plough Tavern and the General Gates House in York, Pennsylvania

CHARLES B. SIMMONS



October 1970
COVER: Shaker buildings at Canterbury, New Hampshire
FRONTISPIECE: Spiral stairway, Trustees’ House, Pleasant Hill, Kentucky
The Shaker utopia

CHARLES W. UPTON


Functionalism in Shaker crafts

EUGENE MERRICK DODD


The Shaker meetinghouses of Moses Johnson

MARIUS B. PELADEAU


Micajah Burnett and the buildings at Pleasant Hill

JAMES C. THOMAS


Unusual forms in Shaker furniture

E. RAY PEARSON AND HINMAN L. P. KEALY


Regional characteristics of Western Shaker furniture

JULIA NEAL


The Shakers today

BARBARA S. DELANEY


The Shaker communities; Public collections of Shaker crafts
The pewterers of eighteenth-century New York

LEDLIE I. LAUGHLIN



November 1970
COVER: John Quincy Adams, by Charles Willson Peale
FRONTISPIECE: Mrs. John Murray, by John Singleton Copley, 1763
An ANTIQUES book preview: Portraits of John Quincy Adams and His Wife

ANDREW OLIVER

New light on Joseph H. Davis, "Left Hand Painter”

NINA FLETCHER LITTLE


American paintings in the Reynolda House collection

BARBARA B. LASSITER


Masterpieces of early American furniture at the United States Department of State

ROBERT C. SMITH


A Holy Family attributed to Benjamin West

ANN C. VAN DEVANTER


Early depictions of the landing of the Pilgrims

CARL L. CROSSMAN and CHARLES R. STRICKLAND


American art at the Gibbes Art Gallery in Charleston

FRANCIS W. BILODEAU


Expatriate portraits: Charlestonians in museums outside of Charleston

HELEN G. MCCORMACK


Paintings in the Council Chamber of Charleston's City Hall

ANNA WELLS RUTLEDGE


Mortuary art in Charleston churches

CONSTANCE VECCHIONE HERSHEY



December 1970
COVER: Christmas tree, inspired by Shaker drawings

MILTON H. GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: Detail of a Philadelphia Chippendale armchair, 1765-1780
Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture in the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Part II

CHARLES F. HUMMEL


The early New England textile village in art

RICHARD M. CANDEE


Glass lighting devices

JANE S. SHADEL


Living with antiques in Old Lyme, Connecticut

WILLIAM T. DONOHO

Japanese porcelains in American and Canadian collections

RICHARD S. CLEVELAND


A new catalogue of the Mabel Brady Garvan collection of silver at Yale

GRAHAM HOOD


January 1971
COVER: Detail from a pair of Japanese screens (1573-1614)
FRONTISPIECE: Mahogany pedestal-end sideboard, by Duncan Phyfe, c. 1825
Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture in the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Part III

CHARLES F. HUMMEL


Living with antiques: Stewart Gregory’s Connecticut barn

JEAN LIPMAN


Cottages and castles: The collection of Mrs. Lawrence K. Miller.
Early printed views of the West Indies

NEVILLE CONNELL


Japanese screens

RUTH DAVIDSON


Bishop Hill: A colony of Swedish pietists in Illinois

RONALD E. NELSON


February 1971
COVER: Liberty, painting on glass, by Abijah Canfield ( l769-1830)
FRONTISPIECE: Candelabrum by Matthew Boulton, English, c. 1770
An ANTIQUES survey: The rocking chair in America

EDITH GAINES


The rocking chair in Victorian England

JOHN GLOAG


Stick-spatter ware

EARL F. ROBACKER


Horatio Greenough in the classic mold

THOMAS B. BRUMBAUGH

An ANTIQUES book preview: Robert Salmon: Painter of Ship and Shore

JOHN WILMERDING


Some pre-Revolutionary prints and broadsides

WENDY J. SHADWELL


Silver from Iolani Palace, Honolulu

DOROTHY T. RAINWATER and RHODA E. A. HACKLER


March 1971
COVER: Southern silver-forms design

MILTON H. GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: An Indian Encampment on Lake Huron, by Paul Kane (1810-1871)
Southern silver

DAVID B. WARREN


Early silversmiths and the silver trade in Georgia

KATHARINE GROSS FARNHAM and CALLIE HUGER EFIRD


Living with antiques: Castlefinn Farm, the Pennsylvania home of Mrs. James Rawle II

LITA H. SOLIS-COHEN


An ANTIQUES book preview: Paul Kane’s Frontier. Sketches among the Indians of North America, 1845-1848

J. RUSSELL HARPER


Living with antiques: A chateau near Liege, in Belgium

ELISABETH DE GRUNNE FLORY


Charles Willson Pea1e’s portrait of Robert and Gouverneur Morris

CHARLES COLEMAN SELLERS


Mobile Silversmiths and jewelers 1820-1867

SIDNEY ADAIR SMITH


Nineteenth-century silver in Natchez

H. PARROTT BACOT and BETHANY B. LAMBDIN


April 1971. Special issue: The Furniture History Society
COVER: Cherub, carving by Grinling Gibbons (1648-1720)
FRONTISPIECE: English rococo looking glass.

The Furniture History Society

CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY
Furniture by Giles Grendey for the Spanish trade

CHRISTOPHER G. GILBERT


English furniture in colonial America

MILO M. NAEVE


Room arrangements in the mid-eighteenth century

P. K. THORNTON


Some documented pieces of English furniture

LINDSAY BOYNTON


Irish mahogany furniture: a source for American design?

DESMOND FITZ-GERALD


The final graces of the Georgian age: Regency furniture

JOHN GLOAG


Holland & Sons and the furniture of Osborne House

EDWARD T. JOY


May 1971
COVER: Seated Indian, wood carving, c. 1858
FRONTISPIECE: Hannah Loring, by John Singleton Copley, 1763
Louis Vaupel, master glass engraver

CARL U. FAUSTER


An ANTIQUES book review: The Wrightsman Collection

RUTH DAVIDSON


Table guards and cake plates of pewter

ROBERT M. VETTER


Robert Sanderson in England

MRS. G. E. P. HOW


A Peruvian problem in historic preservation: The Lima home of Dr. and Mrs. Pedro G. Beltran

WALTER MUIR WHITEHILL


The palace of Pavlovsk, near Leningrad

MARY CHAMOT


Colonial life in the West Indies as depicted in prints

NEVILLE CONNELL



June 1971
COVER: South front of Uppark, Sussex
FRONTISPIECE: Irish cut-glass kettledrum bowl, c. 1820-1830.
Uppark, Sussex

CLIFFORD MUSGRAVE


Irish glass: some attributions

PHELPS WARREN


Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Aurifices Regis, Part I

JOHN F. HAYWARD


British folk art at Freshford Manor

JAMES E. AYRES


Stoneware made by the White family in Utica, New York

BARBARA FRANCO


Thomas Couture, painter and teacher of painters

MARCHAL E. LANDGREN


The origins of Newport block-front furniture design

R. PETER MOOZ


Speculations on the Rhode Island block-front in 1928

WENDELL D. GARRETT


Living with antiques in New York State

EDITH GAINES


Cincinnati cabinet- and chairmakers, 1819-1830

DONNA STREIFTHAU



July 1971
COVER: Wood engravings by Alexander Anderson (1775-1870)
FRONTISPIECE: American lacy and pressed glass, 1830-1850
Art and the Adirondacks

WILLIAM K. VERNER


English yellow-glazed earthenware from the Eleanor and Jack L. Leon Collection, Part I

J. JEFFERSON MILLER II


Independence National Historical Park

JOHN CALVIN MILLEY


American lacy and pressed glass in the Toledo Museum of Art

JOHN W. KEEFE


Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, Aurifices Regis, Part II

JOHN F. HAYWARD


Living with antiques: The Chicago apartment of Marshall Field

DAVID A. HANKS


The embossed pictures of Samuel Dixon and his imitators

ADA LONGFIELD LEASK


The Windsor chair in Nova Scotia

GEORGE MAC LAREN


August 1971
COVER: Cast-iron pots and kettles
FRONTISPIECE: Silver coffeepot by Joseph and Nathaniel Richardson, 1790-1791
Sallie Morris’ silver

LOUISE C. BELDEN


Cast-iron cooking vessels

JOHN D. TYLER


Nineteenth-century public buildings in Nashville

ANATOLE SENKEVITCH JR.


Lacy Hairpin in French and American glass

LOWELL INNES


English yellow-glazed earthenware from the Eleanor and Jack L. Leon Collection, Part II

J. JEFFERSON MILLER II


History in houses: The Hampton-Preston house in Columbia, South Carolina

WILLIAM SEALE


Grueby art pottery

ROBERT W. BLASBERG


The Sadie Irvine letters: a further note on the production of Newcomb pottery

ROBERT W. BLASBERG


Gardner & Company of New York

KENNETH AMES


The chain-border tray: three versions

EDITH GAINES


September 1971. Special Tennessee issue
COVER: Tennessee state capitol, Nashville
FRONTISPIECE: Andrew Jackson, c. 1833, by Ralph E. W. Earl
Tennessee, a historical introduction

WILLIAM T. ALDERSON


Tennessee silversmiths

BENJAMIN H. CALDWELL JR.


Tennessee textiles

RICHARD H. HULAN


Portraits by Ralph E. W. Earl

JEROME R. MACBETH


Historic sites in Tennessee

ROBERT M. MCBRIDE


Domestic architecture in Middle Tennessee

ALBERT W. HUTCHISON JR.


Victorian mansions in Memphis

TERRY B. MORTON


The Hermitage, home of Andrew Jackson

STANLEY F. HORN


Music in Tennessee

RICHARD H. HULAN


History in towns: Jonesboro, Tennessee’s oldest town

MAY DEAN EBERLING


Tennessee furniture and its makers

ELLEN BEASLEY


Three Tennessee painters: Samuel M. Shaver, Washington B. Cooper, and James Cameron

BUDD H. BISHOP


Living with antiques: The Nashville home of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Caldwell Jr.

ORRIN WICKERSHAM JUNE


October 1971
COVER: Doorway of the Ashley House, Old Deerfield, Massachusetts
FRONTISPIECE: Embroidery to the memory of Shakespeare by Lydia Eames, c. 1805
Memorial embroideries by American schoolgirls

BETTY RING


An ANTIQUES book preview: American silver: The seventeenth century

GRAHAM HOOD


An ANTIQUES book preview: Notable American houses: Going by the book in designs and practices

MARSHALL B. DAVIDSON


The print collection at Winterthur, Part I

NANCY E. RICHARDS


Virginia planter-painter Henry James Brown

LUCILLE MCWANE WATSON


A collection of Swansea and Nantgarw porcelain

AUBREY NIEL MORGAN


Living with antiques: Harperth House, the Nashville home of Mr. and Mrs. Roupen M. Gulbenk
Living with antiques: Fairvue, the Tennessee home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wemyss

THOMAS K. CONNOR


Tennessee cabinetmakers and chairmakers through 1840

ELLEN BEASLEY


November 1971
COVER: Providence Cove, by Alvan Fisher (1792-1863)
FRONTISPIECE: Comte de Richebourg-le Toureil, by Nicolas de Largillière (1656-1746)
The print collection at Winterthur, Part II

NANCY E. RICHARDS

The Sharples family of painters

ARNOLD WILSON


The bric-a-brac still life

WILLIAM H. GERDTS


The painting collection of the Rhode Island Historical Society

FRANK H. GOODYEAR JR.


Paintings in the Winterthur collection

JOHN A. H. SWEENEY


The portraits and paintings at Mount Vernon from 1754 to 1799, Part I

WILLIAM BARROW FLOYD


John Barnard Whittaker, Brooklyn artist

CLARK S. MARLOR


John Jay Libhart, nineteenth-century American eclectic

HENRY MILLER LIBHART


J. Evans, Painter

NORBERT AND GAIL SAVAGE



December 1971
COVER: Christmas design

MILTON H. GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: Easy Chair, Newport, 1758
Form and frame: new thoughts on the American easy chair

MORRISON H. HECKSCHER


The portraits and paintings at Mount Vernon from 1754 to 1799, Part II

WILLIAM BARROW FLOYD


Finial busts on eighteenth-century Philadelphia furniture

ROBERT C. SMITH


Tennessee silversmiths prior to 1860: a check list

BENJAMIN H. CALDWELL JR.


History in towns: Columbus, Mississippi

PATTY T. MURFEE



January 1972 Fiftieth Anniversary Issue
COVER: Late eighth-century book cover

Pierpont Morgan Library


FRONTISPIECE: The Worgelt Study in the Brooklyn Museum
Excellence in Continental glass

RUDOLF G. VON STRASSER


Design sources of early China Trade porcelain

CLARE LE CORBEILLER


The work of an anonymous Carolina cabinetmaker

FRANK L. HORTON


London silver in Pittsburg: The Ailsa Mellon Bruce Collection

DAVID T. OWSLEY


Living with antiques: The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Montgomery

WENDELL D. GARRETT


Bits of brass

MARSHALL B. DAVIDSON


European guild pewter: forms and functions

ROBERT M. VETTER


What to do before the restorationist comes

HENRY A. JUDD


A “new” painting by Alfred Jacob Miller

WILBUR HARVEY HUNTER


Cornè, Mclntire, and the Hersey Derby farm

NINA FLETCHER LITTLE


The new antiques: art deco and modernism

J. STEWART JOHNSON


February 1972
COVER: Gilt-bronze finial of a tall clock by Jean Pierre Latz, 1744
FRONTISPIECE: Silver covered urn, by Paul Storr (London, 1798/99)

The what, who, and when of English creamware plate design

IVOR NOEL-HUME
Some silver and Sheffield argyles from the collection of Mrs. Edmund Hayes
Living with antiques: A Connecticut house in northern New England
History in houses: The Thomas Ruggles House in Columbia Falls, Maine

SAMUEL CHAMBERLAIN


Biblical scenes in embroidery

LYNN E. SPRINGER


The furniture of Jean Pierre Latz and the German rococo

HENRY H. HAWLEY


March 1972
COVER: Miniature Chinese furniture design

MILTON H. GLOVER


FRONTISPIECE: Silver porringer by Henry Hurst (c. 1665-1717)
Furnishing textiles at the John Brown House, Providence, Rhode Island

FLORENCE M. MONTGOMERY


The Copp family silhouettes

ANNE WOOD MURRAY


An ANTIQUES book preview: American Painted Furniture 1660-I880

DEAN A. FALES JR.


An ANTIQUES book review: Chinese furniture

LAURENCE SICKMAN


Caddy’s aquatints of the West Indies

NEVILLE CONNELL


Chandeliers in Federal New England

JANE C. GIFFEN


Decorative cast iron on the Virginia frontier

JOHN BIVINS JR.


April 1972
COVER: St. John, by Giuseppe Gricci, c. 1744
FRONTISPIECE: Cut-glass compote, attributed to Christian Dorflinger, c. 1855-1860
Samuel Hayden Sexton, Schenectady painter

ONA CURRAN


History in towns: Smithfield, Virginia

PARKE ROUSE JR.


Bristol hard-paste porcelain

JOHN K. D. COOPER


Living with antiques: The home of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Weymouth at Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania

ALICE WINCHESTER


Sea-shell cases for use and for show

JUDITH COOLIDGE HUGHES


Dorflinger glass, Part I

KATHRYN HAIT DORFLINGER MANCHEE


Some Virginia chairs: a preliminary study

WALLACE B. GUSLER and HAROLD B. GILL JR.


May 1972
COVER: Meissen porcelain swans. c. 1750
FRONTISPIECE: Cliveden, the Chew house in Germantown. Pennsylvania
William Tygart, a Western Reserve cabinetmaker

JAIRUS B. BARNES


The Ailsa Mellon Bruce collection of Continental porcelain

DAVID T. OWSLEY


Paintings at the New Haven Colony Historical Society

KATHERINE SUSMAN HOWE


Three flagons attributed to John Will

CHARLES V. SWAIN


European prints in eighteenth-century America

JOAN DOLMETSCH


History in houses: Dyrham Park, the seat of William Blathwayt

HELEN LOWENTHAL

Living with antiques: The Lake Bluff home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Steadman

DAVID A. HANKS


Pieces of history: Relic furniture of the nineteenth century

RODRIS ROTH



June 1972
COVER: Needlework sampler, 1766
FRONTISPIECE: Gouache attributed to Michele Felice Cornè, early 1800’s
Living with antiques: Mawley Hall, Shropshire; The home of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Galliers-Pratt

CLIFFORD MUSGRAVE


Dorflinger glass, Part II

KATHRYN HAIT DORFLINGER MANCHEE


Collecting American samplers today

BETTY RING


Ceramic barber’s bowls in the Fairchild collection

JOAN SEVERA


Charles Louis Heyde, painter of Vermont scenery

ALICE COOKE BROWN


Some American britannia ware in the Winterthur collection

NANCY GOYNE EVANS


Hastings Warren: Vermont cabinetmaker

PETER M. DEVEIKIS


History in houses: The Hunt-Morgan House in Lexington, Kentucky

JULIET BREWER


Nineteenth-century Gothic furniture in England

JOHN GLOAG


New light on Boston stoneware and Frederick Carpenter

LURA WOODSIDE WATKINS


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