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



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March 1977
COVER: Auburn in Natchez, Mississippi, built 1812

Photograph by Helga Photo Studio
FRONTISPIECE: Bedroom of the Hays-Kiser house, Antioch, Tennessee
Living with antiques: The Hays-Kiser house, Antioch, Tennessee

JOHN KISER

The John Wornall House, Kansas City, Missouri

KATHLEEN NELSON TAGGART


Historic preservation in Natchez, Mississippi

RONALD W. MILLER


Auburn in Natchez

MILLY MCGEHEE


Edwin Lyon, an Anglo-American sculptor in the lower Mississippi River valley

H. PARROTT BACOT AND BETHANY B. LAMBDIN


History in houses: The Sam Davis Home, Smyrna, Tennessee

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


April 1977
COVER: Wrought-iron kitchen utensils

Photograph by Cortlandt V. D. Hubbard
FRONTISPIECE: Flowering Lotus lamp made by Tiffany Studios, c. l905

Chrysler Museum Institute of Glass
Tiffany glass at the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia

PAUL E. DOROS


Treasures from Laurelton Hall

MARENA R. GRANT


A copperplate-printed Irish textile

DENA S. KATZENBERG


“Remember the Ladies”. Women in America, 1750-1815

CONOVER HUNT-JONES


Alkaline glazes and groundhog kilns: Southern pottery traditions

GEORGEANNA H. GREER


Greentown glass: Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Company

CATHERINE BETH LIPPERT AND JAMES S. MEASELL


Art in wrought iron: the collection of James C. Sorber, West Chester, Pennsylvania

LITA H. SOLIS-COHEN


Tin-glazed pottery of Puebla, Mexico

CHARLOTTE WILCOXEN



May 1977 American furniture issue
COVER: Detail of a chamber organ made by George G. Hook (1805-1881), Salem, Massachusetts, 1827

Essex Institute
FRONTISPIECE: Central panel of a so-called sunflower chest, Connecticut, 1680- 1700

Milwaukee Art Center
Furniture at the Essex Institute, Salem, Massachusetts

ANNE FARNAM


American furniture in the Milwaukee Art Center

KAREN M. JONES


The furniture of Gustav Stickley

CAROL LORRAINE BOHDAN AND TODD MITCHELL VOLPE


Living with antiques: The Manhattan apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Gill

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


Living with antiques in Alexandria. Virginia

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Joseph True and the piecework system in Salem

MARGARET BURKE CLUNIE


Gothic revival furniture designs of Alexander J. Davis

JANE B. DAVIES


Norman Jones, Vermont cabinetmaker

N. D. JONES


William King Jr., Georgetown furniture maker

ANNE CASTRODALE GOLOVIN


Belter’s only patent model

RODROS ROTH


June 1977
COVER: Evergreen plantation, St. John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Bernard Constantine house, Savannah, Georgia
The River Road plantations of Louisiana

WILLIAM NATHANIEL BANKS


Furniture of the River Road plantations in Louisiana

JESSIE J. POESCH

The restoration of San Francisco (St. Frusquin), Reserve, Louisiana

HENRY W. KROTZER JR.


G. P. A. Healy and his Louisiana portraits

VAUGHN L. GLASGOW


Living with antiques: The Bernard Constantine house in Savannah
July 1977
COVER: London silver from the Elizabeth B. Miles collection. Two-handled cup and cover, 1654/5; steeple cup, 1621/2; sauceboat, 1821/2

Photograph by Frank Guida
FRONTISPIECE: Detail of silver urn made by William Adams, New York, 1845
The funeral of Henry Clay

JOAN SAYERS BROWN


Henry Clay’s silver urn
The hunt for the fishing lady

A. HYATT MAYOR


The Elizabeth B. Miles collection of English silver

ELIZABETH B. MILES


A Faneuil family silver cruet stand rediscovered

RITA FEIGENBAUM


Enoch Wood earthenware found in St. Paul's Church, Burslem

PAMELA D. KINGSBURY


Engravings of George Washington in the Stanley DeForest Scott collection

SUZY WETZEL GROTE


August 1977
COVER: Eastern Point Light, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1832, rebuilt 1890

Photograph by Samuel Chamberlain
FRONTISPIECE: Detail of a Hadley chest, possibly Hatfield, Massachusetts
Fertility symbols on the Hadley chests

RICHARD LAWRENCE GREENE

Candace Wheeler, textile designer

WILSON H. FAUDE


Benjamin Franklin's residence in France: The Hotel de Valentinois in Passy

MEREDITH MARTINDALE


American hotels on early Staffordshire

FRANK STEFANO JR.


Wine and spirit labels in Harvey's Wine Museum

JUDITH BANISTER


Iron candlestands: Made where, when, and by whom?

CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY AND GERALD W. R. WARD



September 1977
COVER: Cast- and wrought-iron gates in front of the house built by Theodore Guesnard in Mobile in 1855. Photograph by Helga Photo Studio
FRONTISPIECE: Parcel-gilt cup, Tiffany and Company, New York, c. 1879
Historic preservation in Mobile

DWIGHT L. YOUNG


Transition and adaptation in Mobile architecture

ELIZABETH B. GOULD


Living with antiques: The Mobile residence of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Rutherford Jr.

MARGARET ROSE INGATE


The arts in Mobile

SIDNEY ADAIR SMITH


Living with antiques: The Marshall-Hixon house in Mobile

MARGARET ROSE INGATE


Nineteenth-century silver in the New York Yacht Club

CHARLES H. CARPENTER JR.


Folk art from the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum

ELAINE EFF AND DONALD L. FENNIMORE


Living with antiques: Old Richmond, the Houston guest cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Couper Jr.

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT



October 1977
COVER: Orford Street, Orford, New Hampshire. The parsonage of the Congregational Church is at left, the Orford Social Library at right

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Meetinghouse, Rockingham, Vermont, 1787-1800
History in towns: Orford, New Hampshire

ALICE DOAN HODGSON


The master engravers of Corning, New York

ESTELLE SINCLAIRE FARRAR


Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Long Island furniture

DEAN F. FAILEY


Glass relating to William III, Part I, 1650-1694

PHELPS WARREN


Reuben Swift, cabinetmaker of New Bedford

MARILYNN JOHNSON BORDES


November 1977 American painting
COVER: George Booth (d. 1777), attributed to William Dering, 1745-1749

Colonial Williamsburg
FRONTISPIECE: Harvest still life
Book preview: Charles Bridges and William Dering; Two Virginia Painters, 1735-1750

GRAHAM HOOD


Noah North (1809-1880)

NANCY C. MULLER AND JACQUELYN OAK


American paintings from the collection of John J. McDonough

E. JOHN BULLARD


Cummer Gallery of Art

ROBERT W. SCHLAGETER


Paintings of Ralph Earl at the Litchfield Historical Society

LOCKETT FORD BALLARD JR.


John S. Blunt

ROBERT BISHOP


Cosmo Alexander’s travels and patrons in America

PAM MCLELLAN GEDDY



December 1977
COVER: Peirce-Nichols House, Salem, Massachusetts, probably built 1782

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: The Christmas Party, attributed to Robert D. Wilkie (1828-1903), c. 1850
China Trade armorial porcelain in America

CLARE LE CORBEILLER


Historic houses owned by the Essex Institute in Salem, Massachusetts

GERALD W. R. WARD AND BARBARA M. WARD


Fabled fireplaces

GEORGE B. JACKSON


The Samuel Powel House in Philadelphia

BILLYE-LEE ADAMS


History in houses: The Jeremiah Lee mansion in Marblehead, Massachusetts

NARCISSA G. CHAMBERLAIN


Landscape wallpaper in the Jeremiah Lee mansion

CATHERINE LYNN FRANGIAMORE


January 1978
COVER: Detail of Winter Scene: The Red Fox, by James Hope (1818-1892), 1855

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; photograph by Daniel Farber
FRONTISPIECE: Bishop William White’s Study, by John Sartain (1808-1897), 1836
A private collection of rare Sheffield plate

LOWRY DALE KIRBY


History in towns: Castleton, Vermont

WILLIAM NATHANIEL BANKS


Missouri River German settlements: Part I: The buildings, 1831-1870

CHARLES VAN RAVENSWAAY


Napoleon in Rhode Island. The Harold Brown collection at the Rhode Island School of Design

CHRISTOPHER MONKHOUSE

George R. Bonfield, Philadelphia marine painter

JAMES MCCLELLAND


James Herring, American portraitist

CYNTHIA SEIBELS


Glass relating to William III: Part II, 1702-1750

PHELPS WARREN


Early trade bills of New York City

LEO HERSHKOWITZ



February 1978
COVER: Plaster bust of Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) by Thomas Dow Jones (1811-1881), 1860-1861

New-York Historical Society; photograph by Joseph Farber
FRONTISPIECE: Smith-Playmakers Theater, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
Early architecture at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

JOHN V. ALLCOTT


Sculptures of Abraham Lincoln from life

HAROLD HOLZER AND LLOYD OSTENDORF


Missouri River German settlements. Part II: The decorative arts, 1831-1900

CHARLES RAVENSWAAY


Sources for the heart-and-crown chairs

ROBERT F. TRENT


New discoveries about Emma J. Cady

RUTH PIWONKA AND RODERIC H. BLACKBURN


The arts of the Spanish in New Mexico

CHRISTINE MATHER


Elbridge Wesley Webber

SHERWOOD E. BAIN


March 1978
COVER: Maple sugaring in Lamoille County, Vermont

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: View of Saint Joseph’s Academy, near Emmitsburg, Maryland by Ludwig Enke (c. 1830-1879 or 1880), c. 1873
Saint Joseph’s Academy in needlework pictures

BETTY RING


Furniture by the Lejambre family of Philadelphia

PETER L. L. STRICKLAND


Impressions of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont

JOHN MILLER


The early drawings of Elder Joshua Bussell

ROBERT P. EMLEN


April 1978
COVER: Entranceway, Casa San Ysidro, Corrales, New Mexico

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: The Monmouth County, New Jersey, house of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Dittmar Jr.
Living with antiques: Casa San Ysidro, Corrales, New Mexico

CHRISTINE MATHER


Living with antiques: The residence of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Dittmar Jr. in Monmouth County, New Jersey

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


Eighteenth-century ceramics at the DAR Museum

JEAN TAYLOR FEDERICO


Preparing and mixing colors in 1812

RICHARD M. CANDEE


Glass relating to William III. Part III: 1750 – 1870

PHELPS WARREN


A Japanese portrait of J. Murray Forbes

AKIKO MURAKATA



May 1978 American furniture issue
COVER: Detail of a late eighteenth-century table, Philadelphia

Historical Society of Pennsylvania
FRONTISPIECE: Detail of a painted chest, probably Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1784

Furniture at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania

JAMES E. MOONEY
The Pennsylvania-German decorated chest

MONROE H. FABIAN


American furniture at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

R. PETER MOOZ AND CAROLYN J. WEEKLEY


Living with antiques: The Oaks, Richmond, Virginia

WILLIAM M. S. RASMUSSEN


Living with antiques: The Southern furniture collection of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Adams Jr.

ELIZABETH TAYLOR CHILDS


Furniture from the Atkinson-Lancaster collection at the New England Historic Genealogical Society

JAMES B. BELL AND CYNTHIA DUNN FLEMING


A desk associated with George Washington

JOAN SAYERS BROWN


Eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century American furniture at the Honolulu Academy of Arts

JAMES F. J ENSEN


Marked Portsmouth furniture

MYRNA KAYE


New Bedford furniture

ELTON W. HALL


June 1978 Winterthur Museum Issue
COVER: Queen Anne Dining Room, Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum

Photograph by courtesy of the museum
FRONTISPIECE: Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century objects from the collection of the Winterthur Museum
Recollecting a collector

JOHN A. H. SWEENEY


The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum

JAMES MORTON SMITH AND CHARLES F. HUMMEL



July 1978
COVER: Silver skippet attached to a United States extradition treaty with the Netherlands, signed May 29, 1856

National Archives, Washington, D.C.
FRONTISPIECE: Old Capitol, Frankfort, Kentucky, built 1827-1830
The restored Old Capitol, Frankfort, Kentucky

WILLIAM BARROW FLOYD


Old Capitol, Iowa City, Iowa

MARGARET N. KEYES


State House, Dover, Delaware

ANN M. BAKER


Skippets

JOAN SAYERS BROWN


Royal seals of colonial America

PETER WALNE


Seven paintings by Samuel F. B. Morse

SALVATORE G. CILELLA JR.


August 1978
COVER: Wheel-lock pistol, Augsburg, c. 1590, and gilt-brass powder flask, German, early seventeenth century

State Art Collections, Dresden
FRONTISPIECE: Copper coffeepot made by Benjamin Harbeson (1728-1809), Philadelphia, 1760-1795
Furniture of Williamsburg and eastern Virginia

WALLACE B. GUSLER AND SUMPTER PRIDDY III


Lambshead Ranch, Texas

BETSY KNIGHT


The Splendor of Dresden: Five Centuries of Art Collecting

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Powder horns of the French and Indian War, 1755-1763

WILLIAM H. GUTHMAN



September 1978

COVER: Detail of The Yacht Namouna in Venetian Waters, by Julius L. Stewart (1855-1919), 1890



Wadsworth Atheneum; photograph by E. Irving Blomstrann
FRONTISPIECE: Silver coffee urn made by Ephraim Brasher (1744-1810), New York, 1765-1775
The classical presence in American art
American paintings before 1900 at the Wadsworth Atheneum

KENT AHRENS


History in towns: Eufaula, Alabama

JOEL P. SMITH


The new Carpet Museum of Iran, in Tehran

SARAH B. SHERRILL


Hatfield House, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

MARY POWELL GRAHAM


The Theodore H. Kapnek collection of American samplers

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


American folk painting: The Wiltshire collection

RICHARD B. WOODWARD


Two hoof spoons

ALBERT SCHER


October 1978
COVER: Gristmill, Farmington, Connecticut

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Covered coupe designed by P. H. Emile Froment-Meurice and modeled by Emile Francois Carlier, Paris, 1867
History in towns: Farmington, Connecticut

JANICE C. RIEMER


The art of the Second Empire

JEAN-MARIE MOULIN


A rare view of Canton on China Trade porcelain

H. A. CROSBY FORBES

Rococo revival furniture at the Western Reserve Historical Society

JAIRUS B. BARNES


The Mackay service made by Tiffany and Company

CHARLES H. CARPENTER JR.


Ashland

THOMAS D. CLARK


History in towns: Brownington, Vermont

EDITH HERRICK


November 1978 American painting
COVER: Boy with a Squirrel, by John Singleton.Copley (1738-1815), 1765

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
FRONTISPIECE: View of Florence from San Miniato, by Thomas Cole (1801-1848), 1837
Thomas Cole and Italy

WAYNE CRAVEN


Thomas P. Otter

HELEN HARTMAN GEMMILL


The Butler Institute of American Art

FREDERICK D. HILL


Two headless horsemen of Sleepy Hollow

CHASE VIELE


American paintings at the Detroit Institute of Arts

NANCY J. RIVARD


Cragsmoor, an early American art colony

BARBARA BUFF


Edward Clarke Cabot, watercolorist

RICHARD L. ELIA


The American Galleries at the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum

DONELSON F. HOOPES


December 1978
COVER: Library in the Athenaeum of Philadelphia
FRONTISPIECE: Skating at Kelley’s Dam, Germantown, by Christian Schussele, or Schuessele, and Paul Weber, 1856

Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Athenaeum of Philadelphia

ROGER W. MOSS JR.


The folk art of frontier Texas

CECILIA STEINFELDT


Daguerreotypes at the National Portrait Gallery

HAROLD FRANCIS PFISTER


Silversmiths, watch and clock makers, and jewelers in Columbus, Ohio, before 1865

ELIZABETH D. BECKMAN


History in towns: Hudson, Ohio

THOMAS L. VINCE


January 1979
COVER: English eighteenth-century ceramic vases filled with flowers arranged by Jody Shoemaker

Photograph by George Fistrovich
FRONTISPIECE: House of the Seven Gables, Salem, Massachusetts, built 1668
English eighteenth-century flower holders

BETSY KENT


History in houses: Wilton in Richmond, Virginia

MARIA GREGORY TABB


The identification of English-Canadian furniture, 178O—184O

DONALD BLAKE WEBSTER


Major Thomas Biddle's silver vases

NICHOLAS B. WAINWRIGHT


Aaron Dean Fletcher, portrait painter

VIRGINIA M. BURDICK AND NANCY C. MULLER


February 1979
COVER: Detail of a crewelwork bed hanging, English, late seventeenth or early eighteenth century

Wadsworth Atheneum
FRONTISPIECE: Eighteenth-century drinking vessels and implements
A set of English crewelwork bed hangings

FLORENCE M. MONTGOMERY


Mount Clare

MICHAEL F. TROSTEL


Memorial prints of Washington and Lincoln

HAROLD HOLZER


Selected silver cream boats

JOAN SAYERS BROWN


The first century of the English windsor chair, 1720-1820

SIMON JERVIS


Tokens of friendship

KAROL A. SCHMIEGEL


March 1979
COVER: Detail of Wharves of Boston, by Robert Salmon (c. l775—c. 1850), 1829

Bostonian Society
FRONTISPIECE: Detail of a lady’s writing desk made by Herter Brothers, New York City, c. 1875
Topographical and marine paintings in the Bostonian Society

THOMAS WENDELL PARKER


Kenmore in Fredericksburg, Virginia

RUSSELL BASTEDO


N.W. Scott Leighton

SHERWOOD E. BAIN


Joseph Clark, Maryland architect

KYM SNYDER RICE


Nineteenth-century American decorative arts in Houston

KATHERINE S. HOWE


Machine-stamped bookbindings, 1834-1860

SUE ALLEN


April 1979
COVER: The Lindens, built 1754 in Danvers, Massachusetts, now in Washington, D.C.
FRONTISPIECE: Early nineteenth-century rice mill at Middleton Place, near Charleston, South Carolina
Living with antiques: The Lindens, Washington, D. C.

NANCY A. ILIFF


The sculpture of John Rogers

HAROLD HOLZER AND JOSEPH FARBER


Susan C. Waters

COLLEEN COWLES HESLIP


Middleton Place

SARAH LYTLE


The Revere at Liverpool

FRANCIS H. GLEASON


Glasses of the British sovereigns in the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Australia

PHELPS WARREN


May 1979 American furniture issue
COVER: Detail of a desk-and-bookcase, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, l780—1810

FRONTISPIECE: Marked Shaker tools


Lancaster and other Pennsylvania furniture

G. W. SCOTT JR.


New York furniture at the Brooklyn Museum

DONALD C. PEIRCE


Documented New Hampshire furniture, 1750-1850

JOHN F. PAGE


Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American furniture at the Wadsworth Atheneum

PHILLIP JOHNSTON


Who bought Webster and Parkes’ Encyclopaedia of Domestic Economy?

MINOR MYERS JR.


History in houses: The Barrow-Pell Mansion in New York City

JEAN SMITH BARTLETT AND MARY MEANS HUBER


Living with antiques: The Connecticut home of Mr. and Mrs. David V. Andrews

ALICE WINCHESTER


Marked Shaker furnishings

JUNE SPRIGG


June 1979
COVER: New Hampshire: Land of Scenic Splendor, or Thy Templed Hills, by Maxfield Parrish (1870-1966), 1936. Oil on canvas, 30 by 24 ¼ inches

Copyright by Brown and Bigelow, St. Paul, Minnesota; painting owned by the employees of the Vermont National bank, Windsor office
FRONTISPIECE: Kings Landing Historical Settlement, New Brunswick, Canada
Kings Landing Historical Settlement, New Brunswick, Canada

CHARLES HENRY FOSS


Faberge imperial Easter eggs in American collections

CHRISTOPHER FORBES


History in towns: Edenton, North Carolina

WILLIAM NATHANIEL BANKS AND ELIZABETH VANN MOORE


North Carolina furniture, 1700-1900

MICHAEL O. SMITH


Living with antiques: Brookside, in Orwell, Vermont

GEORGE VAN DERVEER GALLENKAMP AND RICHARD P. WUNDER


Stephen and Maxfield Parrish in New Hampshire

VIRGINIA REED COLBY



July 1979
COVER: North facade of the White House, Washington, D. C.

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: John Jay (1745-1829), by Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828), 1794
Decorative arts at the White House

CLEMENT E. CONGER


The American painting collection of the White House

JOHN WILMERDING


Sculpture of the United States Capitol. Part I: Architectural sculpture

HAROLD HOLZER AND JOSEPH FARBER


A John Jay exhibition at the Supreme Court

GAIL GALLOWAY AND SUSANNE OWENS


The John Jay Homestead State Historic Site, Bedford, New York

ALLISON M. ECKHARDT


The Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace in New York City

DAVID M. KAHN



August 1979 Special Bermuda issue
COVER: Courtyard of Springfield, Sandys Parish, Bermuda, built in the early eighteenth century. The buttery is at the center; the detached kitchen is at the right. Leading down to the top of the arch is a stone gutter which still channels rain water from the roof of the main house to an outside storage tank

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: An early Bermudian living room
A history of Bermuda

WILLIAM S. ZUILL


Some notes on early Bermudian furniture

COLIN COOKE AND SYLVIA SHORTO


Bermuda’s unique architecture

VERNON A. IVES


The Bermuda National Trust

WILLIAM S. ZUILL


Living with antiques: Mount Pleasant, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wardman
Living with antiques: Blackburn Place, Warwick Parish
Living with antiques: Woodside, Devonshire Parish
September 1979
COVER: Lighting devices of the late seventeenth through the early nineteenth century

Private collections; photograph by George Fistrovich
FRONTISPIECE: Gazebo in the garden of Villa Finale, San Antonio, Texas
American furniture in Houston collections

BARRY A. GREENLAW


Living with antiques: Villa Finale: the San Antonio residence of Walter Nold Mathis

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT


The Jonathan Sayward House, York, Maine

RICHARD C. NYLANDER


Living with antiques: The Wallace K. Harrison house on Long Island

CAROL LORRAINE BOHDAN


Musical instruments at Old Sturbridge Village

ARTHUR F. SCHRADER


Stoves in nineteenth-century New England

FRANK G. WHITE


Textiles at Old Sturbridge Village

JANE NYLANDER


October 1979 Old Sturbridge Village issue
COVER: A timeless early autumn day in Old Sturbridge Village

Photograph by Donald F. Eaton
FRONTISPIECE: Pliny Freeman Farm, Old Sturbridge Village
Old Sturbridge Village today

DARWIN P. KELSEY


Curator’s choice

NINA FLETCHER LITTLE


Decorated New England furniture

HENRY J. HARLOW


Signed and labeled New England furniture

HENRY J. HARLOW


Portraits at Old Sturbridge Village

JOHN OBED CURTIS


The Pliny Freeman Farm

JAY ADAMS


The buildings at Old Sturbridge Village

JOHN OBED CURTIS


November 1979 American painting issue
COVER: Detail of The Architects Dream, by Thomas Cole (1801 -1848), 1840

Toledo Museum of Art
FRONTISPIECE: God ’s Judgment upon Gog, by Asher B. Durand (1796-1886), 1852
American paintings at the Toledo Museum of Art

SUSAN E. STRICKLER


Asher B. Durand's imaginary landscapes

WAYNE CRAVEN


Early portraits in the Virginia Historical Society

VIRGINIUS CORNICK HALL JR.


George Cope, painter of West Chester, Pennsylvania

GERTRUDE GRACE SILL


Two portraits attributed to Robert Feke

MARIE ELWOOD


Nineteenth-century painters and patrons in Cincinnati

DENNY CARTER


December 1979
COVER: Seasonal sweetmeats at Ayrshire, Franktown, Colorado

Photograph by Arthur Vitols
FRONTISPIECE: Parlor of the John Quincy Adams Birthplace, Quincy, Massachusetts
Christmas in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

JOAN CHURCH ROBERTS


The birthplaces of John and John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Massachusetts

H. HOBART HOLLY


Living with antiques: Ayrshire, the Franktown, Colorado, residence of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ayers

ELISABETH DONAGHY GARRETT
Indian-trade silver of the New York colonial frontier

CHARLOTTE WILCOXEN


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