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American Furniture 1999
Luke Beckerdite, ed.

Chipstone Foundation



Contents

The Palladian Style in Rhode Island Furniture: Fly Tea Tables - Patricia E. Kane
Eighteenth-Century Cabinet Shops and the Furniture-Making Trades in Newport, Rhode Island - Mack Headley
Politics, Enterprise, and Design: The Nature and Influence of Windsor Chairmaking in Early Federal Rhode Island - Nancy Goyne Evans
Rhode Island Influence in the Work of Two North Carolina Cabinetmakers - John Bivins
The Accounts of Job Townsend, Jr. - Martha H. Willoughby
A Different Rhode Island Block and Shell Story: Providence Provenances and Pitch-Pediments - Wendy A. Cooper and Tara L. Gleason
New Insights on Early Rhode Island Furniture - Robert F. Trent
“America's Contribution to Craftsmanship”: The Exaltation and Interpretation of Newport Furniture - Gerald W. R. Ward
The Serpentine Furniture of Colonial Newport - Philip Zea

BOOK REVIEWS
Useful Improvements, Innumerable Temptations: Pursuing Refinement in Rural New England, 1750-1850, Philip Zea - Margaretta M. Lovell
• The Book of American Windsor Furniture: Styles and Technologies,
John Kassay - Jean M. Burks
• Grand Rapids Furniture: The Story of America's Furniture City,
Christian G. Carron, with contributions by Kenneth L. Ames, Jeffrey D. Kleiman, and Joel Lefever - Barry R. Harwood
• There's a Bed in the Piano: The Inside Story of the American Home,
Myrna Kaye - Philip D. Zimmerman
• The Chair: Rethinking Culture, Body, and Design,
Galen Cranz - Philip D. Zimmerman
• Masterpieces of American Furniture from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute,
edited by Anna Tobin D'Ambrosio - Heidi Nasstrom

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