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



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July 1972
COVER: Monticello, photograph by Joseph C. Farber
FRONTISPIECE: The South Piazza, Monticello
The clockmaking Willards’ homestead in Grafton, Massachusetts

RICHARD SAUNDERS


Silas Hoadley, Connecticut clockmaker

MARIUS B. PELADEAU


Dorflinger glass, Part III

KATHRYN HAIT DORFLINGER MANCHEE


David Claypool Johnston, the American Cruikshank

MALC0LM JOHNSON


President Calvin Coolidge, b. July 4, 1872. A centennial at Plymouth Notch, Vermont

CHARLES LOCKWOOD


The furniture and furnishings of Monticello

JAMES A. BEAR JR.


Music: Thomas Jefferson’s “Delightful Recreation”

HELEN CRIPE


August 1972
COVER: The Hunter, detail from a tapestry
FRONTISPIECE: Lithograph of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, c. 1871
The wealth of Boucher tapestries in American museums

MADELEINE JARRY


Edwin Whitefield, 1816-1892

BETTINA A. NORTON


Early furniture of western Pennsylvania

ROBERT w. MCDERMOTT


Philena Moxley’s embroidery stamps

IRENE DODGE


John Jellitff, cabinetmaker

J. STEWART JOHNSON


Michele Felice Cornè, 1752-1845

NINA FLETCHER LITTLE



September 1972

COVER: The Gordon-Banks house in the Georgia piedmont
FRONTISPIECE: American chairs in the Queen Anne and Chippendale styles
Martin Euclid Thompson, architect of the United States Branch Bank, 1822

LAWRENCE WODEHOUSE


Early dated scrimshaw

CHARLES H. CARPENTER JR.


An ANTIQUES book preview: Winslow Homer: Impressive and solemn landscapes

JOHN WILMERDING


An ANTIQUES book preview: American Chairs: Queen Anne and Chippendale

JOHN T. KIRK


Daniel Pratt, architect and builder in Georgia

ROBERT L. RALEY


Living with antiques: The Gordon-Banks house in the Georgia piedmont

KATHARINE GROSS FARNHAM


George Cooke, painter of the American scene

WILLIAM NATHANIEL BANKS


The Kahila dig at Mount Washington

PAUL HOLLISTER


Pittsburgh’s Old Post Office

DONALD MILLER


New York City’s brownstone fronts

CHARLES LOCKWOOD


Gallier House—the home of a nineteenth-century New Orleans architect

WILLIAM R. CULLISON


October 1972
COVER: Avon, Connecticut. Photograph by Samuel Chamberlain
FRONTISPIECE: Concord, Massachusetts
A tribute to Samuel Chamberlain

WALTER MUIR WHITEHILL

Harrisville, New Hampshire: A nineteenth century industrial town

WILLIAM PIERSON


Thomas Fletcher and Sidney Gardiner: The stylistic development of their domestic silver

DONALD L. FENNIMORE


Five related coverlets

MILDRED DAVISON


Living with antiques: An American furniture collection in Pennsylvania

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Joseph Harrison Jr., a forgotten art collector

NICHOLAS B. WAINWRIGHT


Lithographs as historical documents

PETER C. MARZIO and MILTON KAPLAN


John Quidor and the literary sources for his paintings

DAVID M. SOKOL


Franklin‘s House off High Street in Philadelphia: The search for a missing watercolor by J. T.

ROBERT D. CROMPTON


J. Leonard’s Inkstand in the House of Representatives

JOAN SAYERS BROWN


November 1972
COVER: Thomas and Sarah Mifflin, by John Singleton Copley (detail)
FRONTISPIECE: Thanksgiving Proclamation
The Williams family, a nineteenth-century dynasty of painters

CHRISTOPHER WOOD


Early American paintings at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania

NICHOLAS B. WAINWRIGHT


Henry Cheever Pratt (1803-1880)

ALICE DOAN HODGSON


Joseph Goodhue Chandler (1813-1884): Itinerant painter of the Connecticut River Valley

JOHN W. KEEFE


Paul Lacroix

WILLIAM H. GERDTS


Albert Gallatin Holt (1809-1856)

PATRICIA L. HEARD


America’s neoclassic sculptors: fallen angels resurrected

CORNELIUS VERMEULE III


American painting at Harvard

LOUISE TODD AMBLER AND KENYON C. BOLTON III


American paintings in the Newark Museum: Part I: The eighteenth century

SUSAN G. SOLOMON


Bierstadt and Church at the New York Sanitary Fair

GORDON HENDRICKS


Charles Franklin Pierce, painter of rural New England

JEAN S. AND FREDERIC A. SHARF



December 1972
COVER: Detail from a secrétaire à abattant signed by Nicolas Petit
FRONTISPIECE: Nineteenth-century French wallpaper
Bed Rugs: An Exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum

WILLIAM L. WARREN


Wallpapers used in nineteenth-century America

CATHERINE LYNN FRANGIAMORE


Living with antiques: The home of Professor and Mrs. Henry Guerlac

JAY E. CANTOR


Stanford White’s New York City interiors

CHANNING BLAKE


Historic towns: Restorations in the Dutch settlement of Kinderhook

RODERIC H. BLACKBURN


Rembrandt Peale’s The Roman Daughter

WILBUR H. HUNTER


The Ailsa Mellon Bruce collection of French furniture

DAVID T. OWSLEY


Bonnin and Morris of Philadelphia: The First American Porcelain Factory, 1770-1772

GRAHAM HOOD


January 1973
COVER: Stairway of the Wickham-Valentine House
FRONTISPIECE: The garden facade of the Wickham-Valentine House
A Soumain bowl in the Mercer Museum

ELIZABETH H. SIAS


A Philadelphia desk-and-bookcase from Chippendale’s Director

ROBERT C. SMITH


Stovemakers of Troy, New York

JOHN G. AND DIANA S. WAITE


History of the Valentine Museum

MOLLY HOLT


The fine arts collection at the Valentine Museum

ROBERT BOWERS MAYO


The Wellford Bedroom of the Wickham-Valentine House

BETTY C. COONS


Decorative arts in the Valentine Museum

HELEN SCOTT TOWNSEND REED


Textiles in the Valentine Museum

MILDRED J. DAVIS


The glass in the Valentine Museum

KENNETH WILSON


Exterior restoration of the Wickham-Valentine House

JEAN D. KANE


Japanese influence in early Rookwood pottery

KENNETH TRAPP



February 1973
COVER: The Skater, by Gilbert Stuart;

Andrew Mellon Collection. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.


FRONTISPIECE: Detail of Wood for Winter, by George H. Durrie, 1860

Libbey’s gift to the Smithsonian in 1905

CARL U. FAUSTER
George Henry Durrie, an American winter landscape painter

MARTHA HUTSON


Documented Fraktur in the Winterthur collection, Part I

NANCY GOYNE EVANS


Documented Newport furniture: a John Goddard desk and John Townsend document cabinet in the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stone

STANLEY STONE


The rocking chair in nineteenth-century America

KENNETH AMES


The purchase of furniture and furnishings by John Brown, Providence merchant, Part I: 1760-1788

WENDY A. COOPER


Shirley Plantation in Charles City County, Virginia

CATHERINE LYNN FRANGIAMORE


The art of skating

DICK BUTTON



March 1973
COVER: Vignette by Henry lnman, 1833
FRONTISPIECE: Eleutherian Mills, Greenville, Delaware
American paintings in the Newark Museum. Part II: The nineteenth century

SUSAN SOLOMON


Dr. Prince's air pump

MARTHA G. FALES


College architecture in New England before 1860 in printed and sketched views

BRYANT FRANKLIN TOLLES JR.


Paintings at the Daughters of the American Revolution Museum

ELISABETH DONAGHY


History in houses. Beauport in Gloucester, Massachusetts

CAROL BOHDAN

The Beardsley limner

CHRISTINE SKEELES SCHLOSS


Documented Fraktur in the Winterthur collection. Part II

NANCY GOYNE EVANS


History in houses. Eleutherian Mills in Greenville, Delaware

MAUREEN O'BRIEN QUIMBY


Living with antiques. The Lake Bluff home of William McCormick Blair

DAVID A. HANKS


April 1973
COVER: Detail of The Artist’s Family, by Benjamin West
FRONTISPIECE: English porcelain from the Ailsa Mellon Bruce collection
Lewis Page, a nineteenth-century New York toy dealer

JOHN DEMER


Folk sculpture of rural Quebec. The Nettie Sharpe collection

J. RUSSELL HARPER


The purchase of furniture and furnishings by John Brown, Providence merchant, Part II: 1788-1803

WENDY A. COOPER


The religious paintings of Robert Walter Weir

KENT AHRENS


The Ailsa Mellon Bruce collection of English porcelain

DAVID T. OWSLEY


A labeled card table by Michel Bouvier

DONALD L. FENNIMORE


Benjamin West and his self-portraits

ANN C. VAN DEVANTER


John Henry Hopkins and the Gothic revival

LAWRENCE WODEHOUSE


Portraits of notable nineteenth-century Americans in daguerreotype

LEO STASHIN


Mourning fans

ANNE SUE HIRSHORN


May 1973 American furniture issue
COVER: Dolphin supports from pier table by Anthony G. Quervelle
FRONTISPIECE: Detail of cupboard with drawers. Guilford, 1650-1680
Decorated furniture of the Mahantango Valley

FREDERICK S. WEISER and MARY HAMMOND SULLIVAN


James Gheen, piedmont North Carolina cabinetmaker

CAROLYN WEEKLEY


Robert Wilson, Kentucky cabinetmaker

MARY CLAY MCCLINTON


New Haven Colony furniture: the seventeenth-century style

PATRICIA E. KANE


A piedmont North Carolina cabinetmaker: the development of regional style

JOHN BIVINS JR.


The New York serpentine card table

MORRISON H. HECKSCHER


The furniture of Anthony G. Quervelle. Part I: The pier tables

ROBERT C. SMITH


Richard Allison, cabinetmaker, and the New York City Federal style

MARGO C. FLANNERY


Two Boston cabinetmakers of the l820’s

DEAN A. FALES JR.


June 1973
COVER: Second-floor reading room at the Boston Athenaeum

Photograph by Joseph C. Farber


FRONTISPIECE: Entrance to the Boston Athenaeum, 10 ½ Beacon Street
The monumental art of Abbott H. Thayer

THOMAS B. BRUMBAUGH


Portrait busts in the library of the Boston Athenaeum

WALTER MUIR WHITEHILL

Ellerslie, a Scotsman’s villa in Virginia

CALDER LOTH


Living with antiques: Ellerslie, the home of Mrs. John Dunlop near Petersburg. Virginia

CONOVER HUNT


Early American bookbindings from the collection of Michael Papantonio

HANNAH DUSTIN FRENCH


The Goodspeed Opera House: preservation in East Haddam, Connecticut

BARBARA SNOW DELANEY


A portrait by John Mare identified: “Uncle Jeremiah"

HELEN BURR SMITH


July 1973
COVER: The Maison Carrée in Nimes, France

Photograph by Joseph C. Farber


FRONTISPIECE: Thomas Jefferson, by Rembrandt Peale, 1805
A Henry Clay and other flasks

HELEN MCKEARIN


The furniture of Anthony G. Quervelle. Part II: The pedestal tables.

ROBERT C. SMITH


Hotels for business or pleasure in lithographs

CHARLES E. MASON JR. AND BETTINA A. NORTON


The sentimental paintings of Lilly Martin Spencer

ROBIN BOLTON-SMITH


Thomas Jefferson and the Roman askos of Nimes

JULIAN P. BOYD


The lost Ceracchi bust of Thomas Jefferson

JAMES THOMAS


August 1973
COVER: Palladio’s Villa Foscari at Malcontenta, c. 1560

Photograph by Joseph C. Farber


FRONTISPIECE: Villa Barbaro at Maser, built l555-l559

Photograph by Joseph C. Farber


Cup plates in America

JANE SHADEL SPILLMAN


The arts and crafts movement in America 1876-1916

DAVID A. HANKS


Jonas Chickering: “The father of American piano forte-making”

HELEN RICE HOLLIS


Sewing tools in the collection of Colonial Williamsburg

SANDRA C. SHAFFER


The villas of Andrea Palladio. 1508-1580

FREDERICK DOVETON NICHOLS


The furniture of Anthony G. Quervelle. Part III: The worktables

ROBERT C. SMITH


September 1973
COVER: Governor and Mrs. Jonathan Trumbull, by John Trumbull
FRONTISPIECE: An eighteenth-century Connecticut writing sheet and its pictorial prototypes
American paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago. Part I: The eighteenth century

DAVID A. HANKS


Connecticut portraits at the Connecticut Historical Society

ANDREW OLIVER


Benjamin West’s Death of Socrates: A new phase in the life of a venerable American history piece

ANN C. VAN DEVANTER


Colifichets, double-face embroideries on paper

MARGARET SWAIN


Beau-brummel dressing tables in America

ELIZABETH STILLINGER


William Haydon and William H. Stewart

ANTHONY A. P. STUEMPFIG


A distinctive group of early Vermont painted furniture

CAROLINE HEBB


New York City furniture bought for Fountain Elms

BARBARA FRANCO



October 1973
COVER: Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia

Photograph by Thomas C. Bradshaw II


FRONTISPIECE: China Trade porcelain covered jug, c. 1800
An ANTIQUES book preview. A History of American Pewter

CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY


George Henkels, nineteenth-century Philadelphia cabinetmaker

KENNETH AMES


The buildings of Washington and Lee University

PARKE ROUSE JR.


An ANTIQUES book preview. Versatile Yankee: The Art of Jonathan Fisher, I768-1847

ALICE WINCHESTER


Queen Anne style desks from the Virginia piedmont

WALLACE B. GUSLER


The Reeves collection of China Trade porcelain at Washington and Lee University

CALLIE HUGER EFIRD AND KATHARINE GROSS FARNHAM


Henry Chapman Mercer: tilemaker, collector, and builder extraordinary

CLAIRE GILBRIDE FOX


Memorial watercolors

BEATRIX T. RUMFORD



November 1973 American painting issue
COVER: Detail of Twilight in the Wilderness, by Frederic Edwin Church, 1860
FRONTISPIECE: Fourth of Julv Picnic at Weymouih Landing, by Susan T. Merrett, c. 1845-1850
Thomas Eakins’ portrait of Mrs. William D. Frishmuth. collector

SYNNOVE HAUGHOM


Nineteenth-century American paintings in the Montclair Art Museum

HOWARD B. LEIGHTON


Asahel Powers, painter of Vermont faces

NINA FLETCHER LITTLE

Colonial and nineteenth-century American paintings at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art

R. PETER MOOZ


Henry FewSmith and the Dusseldorf academy

DAVID M. SOKOL


J. A. Davis

NORBERT AND GAIL SAVAGE


Painted portraits and busts in the American Philosophical Society

WHITFIELD J. BELL JR.


American paintings at the Art Institute of Chicago. Part II: The nineteenth century

DAVID A. HANKS


American landscape paintings in the Cleveland Museum of Art

WILLIAM S. TALBOT



December 1973
COVER: Christmas Kitchen in the Israel Crane House Montclair, New Jersey

Photograph by Arthur Vitols


FRONTISPIECE: Interior of First Church of Christ Congregational, East Haddam, Connecticut
The Hooper family coffeepot by Paul Revere

DAVID B. WARREN


Thornton MacNess Niven, architect

ARTHUR CHANNING DOWNS JR.


The Israel Crane House in Montclair, New Jersey

JULIA S. BERRALL


The Old Merchant’s House in New York City

CHARLES LOCKWOOD


Room furnishing as seen in British prints from the Lewis Walpole Library. Part I: Bed hangings

FLORENCE M. MONTGOMERY


Dutch influences in American painting

DENIS R. O’NEILL


The architecture of Lavius Fillmore

LAWRENCE WODEHOUSE

Peter Glass, a maker of American marquetry

RICHARD AHLBORN


Quilts at the University of Kansas Museum of Art

LEA ROSSON



January 1974
COVER: London’s Crystal Palace of 1851.

Lithograph from Dickinson ’s Comprehensive Pictures of The Great Exhibition of 1851; Cooper-Hewitt Museum


FRONTISPIECE: Peacock. Early nineteenth-century tinsmith’s sign
Living with antiques: The William Peters House
Crosscurrents in China Trade porcelain

CLARE LE CORBEILLER


The silver of England’s West Country

MARGARET HOLLAND


The landscape mirror and glass

DEBORAH JEAN WARNER


Cecilia Beaux, the grande dame of American portraiture

FREDERICK D. HILL


Staffordshire transfer-printed ware from the Thayer collection

PAMELA D. KINGSBURY


Louis Simond, amateur artist

WENDY J. SHADWELL


The furniture of Anthony G. Quervelle. Part IV: Some case pieces

ROBERT C. SMITH


Chinese snuff bottles

ANDREW HSUEH


London’s Crystal Palace of 1851

PAUL HOLLISTER


Benjamin Franklin and the Wistarburg glassworks

ARLENE PALMER




February 1974
COVER: In the Lion’s Den, by W. H. Rogers, c.1840
FRONTISPIECE: Kuan Yü, Chinese god of war
James and Ralph Clews, nineteenth-century potters. Part I: The English experience

FRANK STEFANO JR.


Prints of Abraham Lincoln

HAROLD HOLZER


The Chinese collection of A. E. van Braam Houckgeest

CHARLES H. CARPENTER JR.


An ANTIQUES book preview: The Flowering of American Folk Art

JEAN LIPMAN AND ALICE WINCHESTER


American samplers and needlework pictures in the DAR Museum. Part I: 1739-1806

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


Nonacademic English painting

BEATRIX T. RUMFORD


Nineteenth-century American genre painting

HERMANN WARNER WILLIAMS JR.


The Tillou collection of nineteenth-century American paintings

PAUL F. ROVETTI


The Van Vechten house, Greene County, New York

PETER W. COOK


March 1974
COVER: John Hart house, Hardin County, Kentucky

Photograph by Arthur Vitols


FRONTISPIECE: Grecian couch, probably Philadelphia
The furniture of Anthony G. Quervelle. Part V: Sofas, chairs, and beds

ROBERT C. SMITH


Room furnishings as seen in British prints from the Lewis Walpole Library.

Part II: Window curtains, upholstery, and slip covers

FLORENCE M. MONTGOMERY

The Islamic tradition in Spanish rug weaving: Twelfth through seventeenth centuries

SARAH B. SHERRILL
James Clews, nineteenth-century potter. Part II: The American experience

FRANK STEFANO JR.


Early prints and maps of Kentucky, 1784-1835

MARTIN F. SCHMIDT


Collecting antiques in Kentucky fifty years ago

JAMES L. COGAR


Steamboats of Kentucky's Green River

HELEN BARTTER CROCKER


Kentucky coin-silver pitchers

WILLIAM BARROW FLOYD


Some historic architecture of western Kentucky

RILEY HANDY


The eclectic Paul Sawyier

ARTHUR F. JONES


Kentucky’s early stone houses

CAROLYN MURRAY WOOLEY


Shaker industries in Kentucky

JULIA NEAL


History in towns: Georgetown, Kentucky

ANN BOLTON BEVINS


April 1974 Kentucky Issue
COVER: Detail of Oakland House and Race Course, Louisville, 1840 by Robert Brammer and Augustus A. Von Smith Sr.

Photograph by Arthur Vitols


FRONTISPIECE: Detail of Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers through the Cumberland Gap, by George Caleb Bingham, 1851-1852
Kentucky, a brief history

ROBERT EMMETT McDOWELL


The centennial of the Kentucky Derby, 1875-1974

THRUSTON B. MORTON


Kentucky quilts

MIRIAM GITTLEMAN TUSKA


The log houses of Kentucky

JAMES C. THOMAS


Edward Troye, sporting artist. Portraits of ante-bellum Kentuckians

WILLIAM BARROW FLOYD


Ante-bellum Kentucky silver

HENRY H. HARNED


Nineteenth-century Kentucky glass

HENRY CHARLES EDELEN


Public architecture in Kentucky before 1870

LOIS L. OLCOTT


The Kentucky long rifle: Some Bardstown examples

THOMAS A. STROHFELDT


Historic preservation: Gratz Park in Lexington

RICHARD SURRIDGE DeCAMP


Audubon in Kentucky

EDWARD H. DWIGHT


Louisville mansions from the Civil War to World War I

WALTER E. LANGSAM


Kentucky Federal furniture

LOIS L. OLCOTT


Josiah reconsidered: a Green County school of inlay cabinetmaking

KEITH N. MORGAN


History in towns: Russellville, Kentucky

ALBERT SMITH


Kentucky’s coverlets

LOU TATE
Federal houses in Kentucky

BETTYE LEE MASTIN
Kentucky barns

SARAH LANSDELL


History in towns: Frankfort, Kentucky

SALLY WILLIS MEIGS


May 1974 American Furniture Issue
COVER: Detail of a cherry high chest of drawers from eastern Connecticut, c. 1780
FRONTISPIECE: Eagle inlay on a New York linen press, 1800-1810
The Bachman attributions: a reconsideration

JOHN J. SNYDER JR.


Benjamin Ilsley, cabinetmaker in Federal Portland

MARTHA GANDY FALES


Some eagle-decorated furniture at the Department of State

CLEMENT E. CONGER AND JANE W. POOL


Recent discoveries in Boston japanned furniture

ELIZABETH RHOADES AND BROCK JOBE


The Barbour collection of Connecticut furniture in the Connecticut Historical Society

BENJAMIN GINSBURG


Early Texas furniture

DONALD C. STOVER


The Shaker furniture of Elder Henry Green

MARY GRACE CARPENTER AND CHARLES H. CARPENTER JR.


William Randall, Boston japanner

RICHARD RANDALL


Montreal Cabinetmakers and chairmakers: 1800-1850

ELIZABETH COLLARD


The crown and york chairs of coastal Connecticut and the work of the Durands of Milford

BENNO M. FORMAN


New York sideboard in the Colonial Williamsburg collection. A reattribution

BARRY A. GREENLAW


June 1974
COVER: The Old, Old Story, by Junius Brutus Stearns, 1882.

Art Museum, Princeton University
FRONTISPIECE: Vase by Louis C. Tiffany, c. 1900
Tiffany’s abstractions in glass

ROBERT KOCH


Nineteenth-century American fly rods

KENNETH M. CAMERON


Scottish glass: a royal service

PHELPS WARREN


Isaac E. Scott, craftsman and designer

DAVID A. HANKS


Isaiah Rogers’ Tremont Theatre in Boston

RICHARD STODDARD


A Southern bed rugg

SANDRA SHAFFER TINKHAM


Bulloch Hall in Roswell, Georgia

WILLIAM SEALE


July 1974
COVER: Detail of United States Capitol, attributed to Hippolyte Louis Garnier (1802-1855). c. 1845

Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum
FRONTISPIECE: Thomas Jefferson, by Mather Brown, 1786
The French painter Victor de Grailly and the production of nineteenth-century American views

WILLIAM NATHANIEL BANKS


English glass collections outside of London

EDITH GAINES


Some recent gifts of creamware to Colonial Williamsburg

JOHN C. AUSTIN


Lithophanes

LOUISE BRUNER


The Best family of silversmiths

JANE SIKES



August 1974
COVER: Detail from House and Shop of David Ailing, Chairmaker, artist unknown, c. 1835.

New Jersey Historical Society
FRONTISPIECE: Corner of the front parlor in the John Gray house Mineral Point, Wisconsin.
Fine arts in the New Jersey Historical Society

MARVIN D. SCHWARTZ


History in towns: Mineral Point, Wisconsin

ROBERT M. NEAL


Neoclassical furniture in Russia

MARY CHAMOT


Sewer-pipe pottery in Rochester, New York

GEORGE R. HAMELL


Snowman figures from Longton Hall, Staffordshire

BERNARD M. WATNEY


The Radford brothers: Portland cabinetmakers of the Federal period

EARLE G. SHETTLEWORTH JR.


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