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American Furniture 1998
Luke Beckerdite, ed.

Chipstone Foundation



Contents

The Making and Marketing of Boston Seating Furniture in the Late Baroque Style - Joan Barzilay Freund and Leigh Keno
Germanic Craftsmen and Furniture Design in Philadelphia, 1820-1850 - Charles L. Venable
Labeled Randolph Chairs Rediscovered - Philip D. Zimmerman
The Christian M. Nestell Drawing Book: A Focus on the Ornamental Painter and His Craft in Early Nineteenth-Century America - Nancy Goyne Evans
Sophistication in Central Massachusetts: The Inlaid Cherry Furniture of Nathan Lombard - Brock Jobe and Clark Pearce
A Seventeenth-Century Carpenter's Conceit: The Waldo Family Joined Great Chair - Peter Follansbee
Notes about New “Tinkham” Chairs - Karen Goldstein and Robert F. Trent

BOOK REVIEWS
The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America, Barry R. Harwood - Milo M. Naeve
• Honoré Lannuier, Cabinetmaker from Paris: The Life and Work of a French Ébéniste in Federal New York,
Peter M. Kenny, Frances F. Bretter, and Ulrich Leben - Wendy A. Cooper
• New England Furniture at Winterthur: Queen Anne and Chippendale Periods,
Nancy Richards and Nancy Goyne Evans, with Wendy A. Cooper and Michael S. Podmaniczky - Wallace B. Gusler
• The Shaker World: Art, Life, Belief,
John T. Kirk - Scott T. Swank
• Upholsterers and Interior Furnishing in England, 1530-1840,
Geoffrey Beard - Jeffrey H. Munger
• Southern Furniture, 1680-1830: The Colonial Williamsburg Collection,
Ronald L. Hurst and Jonathan Prown - Robert A. Leath

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