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American Furniture 2010
Luke Beckerdite, ed.

Chipstone Foundation



Contents

• Editorial Statement – Luke Beckerdite
• Dedication: In Memory of Dudley J. Godfrey, Jr. – Luke Beckerdite
• John Penniman and the Ornamental Painting Tradition in Federal-Era Boston – Robert Mussey and Christopher Shelton
• The Seat of State: Thomas Jefferson and the Campeche Chair – Diane C. Ehrenpreis
• The Cane Chair and Its Sitter – EthanW. Lasser
• Seating Furniture from the District of Columbia, 1795–1820 – Sumpter Priddy and Ann Steuart
• The Gaines Attributions and Baroque Seating in Northeastern New England – Robert F. Trent, Erik Gronning, and Alan Andersen
• Reassessing the London-Style Joinery and Turning of Seventeenth-Century Boston – Peter Follansbee and Robert F. Trent
• Book Reviews
• “Out of the Attic: Inventing Antiques in Twentieth-Century New England”, Briann G. Greenfield; review by Kenneth L. Ames
• “The Artistic Furniture of Charles Rohlfs”, Joseph Cunningham; review by Beverly K. Brandt
• “A New and Native Beauty: The Art and Craft of Greene & Greene”, Edward R. Bosley and Anne E. Mallek, eds.; review by Ellen E. Roberts
• “Discovering Dennis: The Search for Thomas Dennis among the Artisans of Exeter”, Paul Fitzsimmons, Robert Tarule, and Donald P. White III; review by Peter Follansbee
• Recent Writing on American Furniture: A Bibliography – Gerald W. R. Ward
• Index

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