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



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September 1974
COVER: Underhill Center, Vermont

Photograph by Arthur Vitols


FRONTISPIECE: The Old Round Church, Richmond, Vermont.
On the digging of potteries.

DONALD BLAKE WEBSTER


Salem Female Academy

BETTY RING


Albion Harris Bicknell

WAYNE CRAVEN


Silver made in the north of England

MARGARET HOLLAND


October 1974
COVER: Dwight-Barnard house, Deerfield, Massachusetts

Photograph by Arthur Vitols


FRONTISPIECE: Mark Twain’s house. Hartford, Connecticut
Brick architecture in Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1797-1825

J.P. SPANG III


Mark Twain’s house in Hartford, Connecticut

WILSON H. FAUDE


The C.I.N.O.A. exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Book preview: The Painters’ America

PATRICIA HILLS


Book preview: The National Trust Guide to England, Wales, and Northern Ireland

ROBIN FEDDEN AND ROSEMARY JOEKES


The Terrace in New York’s Central Park

ESTHER LEWITTES


History in towns: New Paltz, New York

ELIZABETH STILLINGER



November 1974 American Painting Issue
COVER: The Tea Party, by Henry Sargent. c. 1821-1825

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
FRONTISPIECE: Politics in the Oyster House, by Richard Caton Woodville, 1848

Walters Art Gallery
American narrative painting

DONELSON F. HOOPES


How pictures were used in New England houses, 1825-1850

BEATRIX T. RUMFORD


A gallery for Alfred Jacob Miller

RICHARD H. RANDALL JR.


Winslow Homer and Mr. Hardy Lee, His Yacht

ERIC RUDD


American paintings in the Walters Art Gallery

WILLIAM R. JOHNSTON

Humor and philosophy in the paintings of Francis William Edmonds

MAYBELLE MANN


Winslow Homer's lithographic portraits for Abner Morse’s genealogies

DAVID TATHAM


December 1974

COVER: The Seventeenth-Century Room at the Concord Antiquarian Society. Photograph by Richard Merrill


FRONTISPIECE: An old-fashioned Christmas in the Hudson River valley
The Concord Antiquarian Society and its museum

NANCY DODGE HARTFORD


Living with antiques: An eighteenth-century farmhouse in the Hudson River valley

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Nuremberg toys in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection

ELIZABETH P. REYNOLDS AND JUDITH WINSLOW BLOOD


Carolina gold and the U.S. Branch Mint in Charlotte

DAISY WADE BRIDGES


January 1975
COVER: John Brown House, Providence, Rhode Island

Photograph by Richard Merrill


FRONTISPIECE: Rural winter scene, Chittenden County, Vermont
Eighteenth-century wall decoration in the John Brown House in Providence, Rhode Island

SUSAN G. FERGUSON


History in towns: Washington, Arkansas

TYLER HARDEMAN


Exports of furniture, chaises, and other wooden forms from Providence and Newport, 1783-1795

JOSEPH K. OTT


Llewellyn Park in West Orange, New Jersey

JANE B. DAVIES


Joseph B. Barry, Philadelphia cabinetmaker

ROBERT T. TRUMP

Antique and reproduction furnishing fabrics in historic houses and period rooms

FLORENCE M. MONTGOMERY


Joseph Richardson and family, Philadelphia silversmith

MARTHA GANDY FALES


February 1975
COVER: Detail of Sealers Crushed by Icebergs, by William Bradford, l866

Whaling Museum, New Bedford
FRONTISPIECE: Portrait of Abraham Lincoln, by George Peter Alexander Healy, 1860
Frontier America: the Far West

JONATHAN FAIRBANKS AND ELISABETH SUSSMAN


American painters of the Arctic

LEWIS A. SHEPARD


Worked pocketbooks

SUSAN B. SWAN


Stoneware gin flasks: legacy of the damned

IVOR NOEL HUME


Some contemporary paintings of Abraham Lincoln

HAROLD HOLZER


Pastel portraits in the Winterthur Museum

KAROL A. SCHMIEGEL


Folk art in America: a living tradition

BEATRIX RUMFORD


March 1975
COVER: Horatio Gates at Saratoga, by James Peale, c. 1800.

Maryland Historical Society
FRONTISPIECE: Aquatic Life, cameo vase by George Woodall

Pilkington Glass Museum
James Swan’s French Furniture

ELEANOR P. DELORME


Glass from the Pilkington Glass Museum

EDITH GAINES


Rockefeller Center

CAROL HERSELLE KRINSKY


History in towns: Marshall, Michigan

JOHN J. COLLINS


Hobbs Brockunier’s fancy glass

ROBERT E. DI BARTOLOMEO


A Peale exhibition at the Maryland Historical Society

ROMAINE STEC SOMERVILLE


April 1975
COVER: Bed rugg, c. 1778. Wool on wool; flat darning stitches on tabbyweave ground

Connecticut Historical Society
FRONTISPIECE Interior of the Asa Knight store, Old Sturbridge Village
The Balch school in Providence, Rhode Island

BETTY RING


The Asa Knight store, Old Sturbridge Village

JOHN O. CURTIS AND CAROLINE FULLER SLOAT


Stocking the Asa Knight store

JANE C. NYLANDER AND FRANK G. WHITE


American samplers and needlework pictures in the DAR Museum. Part II: 1806-1840

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


Embroideries in some English National Trust properties

MARY GOSTELOW


Textiles in the Connecticut Historical Society

CORA GINSBURG


Moose-hair embroidery on birch bark

MARGARET SWAIN


The Forbes family of silversmiths

RACHAEL B. CRAWFORD


May 1975 American Furniture Issue
COVER: Detail, side chair, Philadelphia, 1755-1795

Pendleton House, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design
FRONTISPIECE: Pedestal, Boston, c. 1818

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
Boston Empire furniture, Part I

PAGE TALBOTT


The price book of the District of Columbia cabinetmakers, 1831

WENDELL GARRETT


Cabinetmakers and chairmakers of Washington, D.C., 1791-1840

ANNE CASTRODALE GOLOVIN


The Pendleton House at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design

HEDY B. LANDMAN


Some Rhode Island furniture

JOSEPH K. OTT


Living with antiques in the South

ARDEN ROOT


Carved Chippendale case furniture from Lancaster, Pennsylvania

JOHN J. SNYDER JR.



June 1975
COVER: Boston’s Old City Hall

Photograph by Jon Maguire
FRONTISPIECE: Portrait of Mrs. Moses Seymour (nee Molly Marsh; 1752-1826) and her son Epaphroditus (1783-1853) by Ralph Earl (1751-1801), 1789.

St. Louis Art Museum
Boston’s Old City Hall

KATHRYN WELCH


Cast-iron architecture on Beacon Hill in Boston

ROBERT MACKAY


Massachusetts gravestones

DANIEL FARBER


The first Harrison Gray Otis House

RICHARD NYLANDER


Book preview: Chester County, Pennsylvania, Inventories, 1684-1850

MARGARET B. SCHIFFER


The Shakers of Maine

MARIUS B. PELADEAU


George Platt, interior decorator (1812-1873)

H. WARD JANDL


American paintings in the St. Louis Art Museum

CHARLES E. BUCKLEY


July 1975
COVER: Detail of coin-silver mace by William Adams (b. 1801), New York, 1841, for the United States House of Representatives
FRONTISPIECE: John Adams, by Mather Brown, 1788

Boston Athenaeum
William Adams and the mace of the United States House of Representatives

JOAN SAYERS BROWN


Paul Revere's Boston. 1735-1818

WENDY ANN COOPER


Portraits of Dr. Benjamin Rush

ROBERT ERWIN JONES, M.D.


The Signers’ ladies

ANN VAN DEVANTER



August 1975
COVER: Carved drop on the Hubbard-Brown house, Hamilton, Massachusetts, c. 1680

Photograph by William W. Owens Jr.
FRONTISPIECE: Large Dutch Delft dish, 1711 – 1712
The Canton pattern

HIRAM TINDALL


Seventy years of Steuben glass

EDITH GAINES


Collecting Dutch Delft plates

PHELPS WARREN


A collection of early American blown glass

JUNE AND ALBERT LAUZON


Sheldon Peck

MARIANNE E. BALAZS


September 1975 Texas Issue
COVER: Nichols-Rice-Cherry house in Houston, Texas

Photograph by Helga Photo Studio
FRONTISPIECE: Pine cupboard, Texas, 1835-1840, containing Texas-made pottery
Westering America. The Amon Carter Museum collection, Fort Worth

PETER H. HASSRICK


Historic preservation: The King William section of San Antonio

JACK R. MCGREGOR


Living with antiques: A distinguished Houston collection

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


The Magoffin homestead, an adobe in El Paso

BETSY KNIGHT


History in towns: Galveston, Texas

ELLEN BEASLEY


Harris County Heritage Society of Houston

PETER M. RIPPE


A Houston collection of American antiques
The Open Gates: the George Sealy house in Galveston

ELEANOR H. GUSTAESON


The McGregor-Grimm house at Winedale, Texas

LONN TAYLOR


Living with antiques: Hatfield Plantation in Washington County, Texas

October 1975
COVER: Temple, New Hampshire

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Pages from Sheffield and Birmingham tool and hardware catalogues
Andrew Stevenson, Staffordshire potter, in New York

FRANK STEFANO JR.


History in towns: Temple, New Hampshire

WILLIAM N. BANKS


Johannes Spitler, Shenandoah County, Virginia, furniture decorator

DONALD WALTERS


Charles Carroll of Carrollton

ANN VAN DEVANTER


The animal kingdom of Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait

PATRICIA C. F. MANDEL


Mail orders in the eighteenth century

A. HYATT MAYOR


A collection of American folk painting

HOWARD A. FELDMAN


November 1975 American Painting Issue
COVER: Poor Artist's Cupboard, by Charles Bird King (1785-1862), c. 1815

Corcoran Gallery of Art
FRONTISPIECE: Cleopatra, by Thomas Ridgeway Gould (1818-1881), 1873

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
American paintings at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

MARCHAL E. LANDGREN


Nicholas Biddle in portraiture

NICHOLAS B. WAINWRIGHT


Winslow Homer’s creative process

JOHN WILMERDING


Neoclassic sculpture in America: Greco-Roman sources and their results

CORNELIUS C. VERMEULE


George Hetzel, landscape painter of western Pennsylvania

DONALD A. WINER


Emanuel Leutze: portraitist

BARBARA S. GROSECLOSE


David G. Blythe’s Civil War paintings

DONALD D. KEYES AND LISA TAFT


December 1975
COVER: Detail of a Christmas tree decorated with ornaments and candleholders popular at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries.
FRONTISPIECE: J. Spaulding and Sons and Company's gristmill, Townsend Harbor Massachusetts

Photograph by William W. Owens Jr.
The lighted Christmas tree

PHILLIP V. SNYDER


Paintings at the Elvehjem Art Center, University of Wisconsin

MILLARD F. ROGERS JR.


The colonial dessert table

LOUISE C. BELDEN


Living with antiques: River House, Chestertown. Maryland

SARAH B. SHERRILL


The two worlds of Robert Loftin Newman

MARCHAL E. LANDGREN


Thomas Eakins’ The Concert Singer

SYNNOVE HAUGHOM


January 1976
COVER: View of La Fortaleza, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Hall of mirrors in La Fortaleza, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Oriental carpets in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century America

SARAH B. SHERRILL


PUERTO RICO: Past and present in Old San Juan

ALICE WINCHESTER


José Campeche, San Juan artist

ALICE WINCHESTER


Living with antiques: The Casa de los Azulejos

ALICE WINCHESTER


Puerto Rico’s executive mansion

ALICE WINCHESTER


THE BAHAMA ISLANDS: Living with antiques: Potlatch Club at Governor’s Harbour, Eleuthera

WENDELL GARRETT



February 1976
COVER: Drayton Hall on the Ashley River in South Carolina

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Oval mirror, probably New York City, 1835-1845

Photograph by Cortlandt V. D. Hubbard
Francis Blackwell Mayer

JEAN JEPSON PAGE


Drayton Hall

FRANCES R. EDMUNDS


English pottery in Charlotte, North Carolina, collections

DAISY WADE BRIDGES


The Carroll Mansion in Baltimore

THOMAS S. EADER


Fort Monroe: a medieval relic

PARKE ROUSE JR.


Architecture and sculpture in nineteenth-century mirror frames

ROBERT C. SMITH


Richard Clague, New Orleans painter

ROULHAC B. TOLEDANO


Edward Hicks and his sources

JAMES AYRES


March 1976
COVER: Ancient Burying Ground, Wethersfield, Connecticut

Photograph by Eric S. Allegretti and Mark S. Gibson
FRONTISPIECE: Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum, Wethersfield, Connecticut

Photograph by Eric S. Allegretti and Mark S. Gibson
Wethersfield, “the most auncient town” in Connecticut

LOIS M. WIEDER

The towns of Glastonbury, Rocky Hill, and Newington

RONNA L. REYNOLDS


Wethersfield people and their portraits

RONNA L. REYNOLDS


The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

SUSAN FINLAY WATKINS


Connecticut needlework in the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

SUSAN FINLAY WATKINS


Early brick architecture of Wethersfield

ANNE CROFOOT KUCKRO


Historic preservation in Wethersfield

LOIS M. WIEDER


A Wethersfield family collection

ANNE CROFOOT KUCKRO


Living with antiques in Wethersfield

LEE G. KUCKRO


The Colt industrial empire in Hartford

SARAH BRADFORD LANDAU


April 1976
COVER: View of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, artist unknown, c. 1850

Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Ott
FRONTISPIECE: Mahogany desk-and-bookcase, attributed to Samuel Bennett (d. 1741)

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
The peaceable kingdom theme in American folk painting

N.F. KARLINS


Living with antiques: The house of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Masterson. Houston. Texas
American furniture in the DAR Museum

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


Silver made in Birmingham

MARGARET HOLLAND

A peaceable kingdom of Staffordshire animals

JEROME IRVING SMITH


The landscape of change: Views of rural New England, 1790-1865

JAY E. CANTOR


Documented Philadelphia looking glasses, 1800-1850

PETER L. L. STRICKLAND



May 1976 American Furniture Issue
COVER: Detail of a card table attributed to Charles Honoré Lannuier (1779-1819), New York, C. 1815

Maryland Historical Society
FRONTISPIECE: Detail of the Paine family cupboard, Essex County, Massachusetts, seventeenth century Massachusetts Historical Society
Furniture owned by the Massachusetts Historical Society

PATRICIA E. KANE


Furniture at the Maryland Historical Society

ROMAINE S. SOMERVILLE


Living with antiques: The collection of Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Morrison

DONALD C. PIERCE


Collecting American decorative arts in New England: Part I: 1793-1876

RICHARD H. SAUNDERS


Boston Empire furniture, Part II

PAGE TALBOTT


The Gothic revival style in America, 1830-1870

KATHERINE SUSMAN HOWE


Gothic revival furniture in Philadelphia

DAVID A. HANKS


Living with antiques: Lee B. Anderson’s collection of American Gothic revival furniture and paintings, New York City

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Architects as furniture designers

CHANNING BLAKE


A. H. Davenport and Company, Boston furniture makers

ANNE FARNAM


Thomas Jefferson’s “Whirligig” chairs

CHARLES L. GRANQUIST



June 1976
COVER: New York City Hall, designed by Joseph F. Mangin and John McComb Jr., built 1803-1811, and environs

Photograph by Joseph C. Farber
FRONTISPIECE: Abigail Adams, by Mather Brown (1761-1831), 1785
Regional preferences and characteristics in American decorative arts: 1750-1800

CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY


Rustic furniture in the Adirondacks, 1875-1925

CRAIG GILBORN


Cushing and White’s copper weather vanes

MYRNA KAYE


The architectural heritage of New York City

JOSEPH C. FARBER AND ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


July 1976
COVER: Gilded-pine eagle attributed to William Rush (1756-1833), 1810-1820

Philadelphia Museum of Art
FRONTISPIECE: Benjamin Franklin, by Jean Antoine Houdon (1741-1828), 1778
The Declarations of Independence

JOHN MAASS


The portrait busts of John H. I. Browere

JOHN H. DEMER


The eye of Thomas Jefferson: Americans and French eighteenth-century furniture in the age of Jefferson

F. J. B. WATSON


Philadelphia: three centuries of American art: Furniture and silver of the eighteenth century
Philadelphia: three centuries of American art: Paintings and sculpture of the nineteenth century
American ceramics and the Philadelphia Centennial

J. G. STRADLING

Alfred Cornelius Howland: the education of an artist

WILLIAM NATHANIEL BANKS


August 1976
COVER: View near Barre, Vermont

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Man’s embroidered cap, probably France, 1725-1775
Some print sources of New England schoolgirl art

JANE C. NYLANDER


Mrs. Saunders’ and Miss Beach’s Academy, Dorchester

BETTY RING


A second Lehman collection

LARRY SALMON


The Simon and Betje Straus collection of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English ceramics

LOUISE SMITH BROSS


Sheffield silver

MARGARET HOLLAND


The furniture of Fourdinois

KENNETH L. AMES


The early interiors of Carrère and Hastings

CHANNING BLAKE


September 1976
COVER: On the War Path, lithograph after a painting by John Mix Stanley (1814-1872), 1872

William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan
FRONTISPIECE: View of the Shenandoah River, Virginia

Photograph by Robert T. Lautman
On the War Path, by John Mix Stanley

JAMES BARTLETT


Robert R. Jarvie, Chicago silversmith

DAVID A. HANKS


History in towns: Pensacola, Florida

LINDA V. ELLSWORTH


Jacob Strickler, Shenandoah County, Virginia, fraktur artist

DONALD R. WALTERS


The William H. Culmer house, Salt Lake City, Utah

PETER L. GOSS


Furniture of the Georgia Piedmont before 1830

HENRY D. GREEN



October 1976
COVER: View from Olana overlooking the Hudson River, New York

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: “The Day We Celebrate,” Commemorative of 1876, lithograph by John C. McRae after a painting by Frederic A. Chapman, 1888
Glass from six centuries: An exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut

DWIGHT P. LANMON


Collecting American decorative arts in New England: Part II: 1876-1910

RICHARD H. SAUNDERS


Olana – the artist as architect

PETER L. GOSS


History in towns: Tappan, New York

ELIZABETH STILLINGER


The H. Graves Terwilliger Collection of Frankenthal porcelain

ARMIN B. ALLEN


Living with antiques: Wyberton Park, Boston, Lincolnshire, England

FRANCIS C. WHITAKER


The St. Johns Stone Chinaware Company

ELIZABETH COLLARD


November 1976 American Painting Issue
COVER: Detail of The County Election, by George Caleb Bingham (1811-1879), 1851-1852

St. Louis Art Museum; photograph by Jack Savage
FRONTISPIECE: Joseph Moore and His Family, by Erastus Salisbury Field, 1839

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

American paintings at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design

PATRICIA C. F. MANDEL
American paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts

JEFFREY R. BROWN


Paintings at the New England Historic Genealogical Society

JAMES B. BELL AND CYNTHIA DUNN FLEMING


Paintings by New England provincial artists, 1775-1800

NINA FLETCHER LITTLE


Family portraits in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

LAURA C. LUCKEY


Nineteenth-century American painting and sculpture at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin

JAMES F. JENSEN


American paintings in the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, Springfield, Massachusetts

DEAN FLOWER AND FRANCIS MURPHY


Portraits in City Hall, New York

EDITH AND HAROLD HOLZER


Mary Ann Willson

N. F. KARLINS


Artists working in the South, 1750-1820

CAROLYN J. WEEKLEY


Zedekiah Belknap

ELIZABETH R. MANKIN



December 1976
COVER: Gore Place, Waltham, Massachusetts, built 1805-1806

Photograph by Richard Cheek
FRONTISPIECE: Table set for dessert in the Charleston Dining Room, Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum
Gore Place, Federal mansion in Waltham, Massachusetts

PETER A. WICK


Some newly discovered book illustrations by Winslow Homer

DAVID TATHAM

Fifty years of Colonial Williamsburg

CARLISLE H. HUMELSINE


American painted furniture at the Brooklyn Museum, 1675-1875

DONALD C. PEIRCE


American tin toys at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection

JUDITH BLOOD


Book preview: Pittsburgh Glass – 1797-1891: A History and Guide for Collectors

LOWELL INNES


January l977
COVER: Maryland Statehouse, Annapolis

Photograph by M. E. Warren
FRONTISPIECE: Restored garden of the William Paca House
Annapolis: a brief historical summary

ST. CLAIR WRIGHT


Creation of a historic district in Annapolis

PRINGLE HART SYMONDS


The town plan of Annapolis

RUSSELL J. WRIGHT


Historic preservation in Annapolis

ST. CLAIR WRIGHT


Urban design

RICHARD KEARNS


Saving the William Paca House

ST. CLAIR WRIGHT


The restoration of the interior of the William Paca House

RUSSELL J. WRIGHT


Furnishing the museum rooms of the William Paca House

GREGORY R. WEIDMAN


The Paca House garden restored

ST. CLAIR WRIGHT

Great houses from the golden age of Annapolis

GEORGE B. TATUM


The Hammond-Harwood House: a colonial masterpiece

WILLIAM H. PIERSON JR.


The Annapolis cityscape

RICHARD KEARNS


February 1977
COVER: George Washington, by Jean Antoine Houdon (1741-1828), 1788-1791

Photograph by Robert T. Lautman
FRONTISPIECE: Walking sticks
Washington memorial prints

DAVIDA TENENBAUM DEUTSCH


The lamps and candlesticks of the Meriden Britannia Company

RICHARD L. BOWEN JR.


Walking sticks in a Southern collection

J.WILLIAM STONE JR.


Portrait painting in eighteenth century Annapolis

CAROLYN J. WEEKLEY


Maryland furniture, 1760-1840

WILLIAM VOSS ELDER III


John Shaw, cabinetmaker of Annapolis

LU BARTLETT


William Faris Sr., his sons, and journeymen – Annapolis silversmiths

JOAN SAYERS BROWN

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