4 edition of A treasury of great American houses found in the catalog.
A treasury of great American houses
Henry Lionel Williams
|Statement||by Henry Lionel Williams and Ottalie K. Williams.|
|Contributions||Williams, Ottalie Kroeber, 1901- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NA7610 .W5 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||70116993|
One might have thought that the passage of time, with its steady accretion of a common rather than sectionally divided national experience would have so nearly exhausted the Great Alibi and drawn so many notes against the Treasury of Virtue that other justifications, excuses, and self-celebratory myths would have been forged out of the need to sustain a vision of a renewed sense of national unity, innocence, and success. This treasury showcases some of the finest American country houses produced during that unusually fruitful period. From the Book Cover Abouta renaissance of interest in early American architecture occurred that claimed the attention of a broad cross-section of the culture. In the s, the classic constructions from this earlier time mingled with the new materials and efficient designs, and the great American country house was born.
Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request shipping to your location. Thanks to a sponsorship deal with Standard Oil, the Green Book was available for purchase at Esso gas stations across the country. Karal Ann Marling provides a history of material culture from the most informal level; the comfort of the living room. Hobbies influenced by material culture become especially promenant when answering this question. Petroski answers the question of how these daily items came to be.
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A Treasury of Great American Houses. A major part of the American house has always been leisurely activities in the home. More remote places had fewer options—Alaska only had a lone entry in the guide —but even in cities with no black-friendly hotels, the book often listed the addresses of home owners who were willing to rent rooms.
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