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Thu Oct 16 17:57:53 2014 UTClccn-n868594310.00Ralph Adams Cram and the Boston gothicists : a reappraisal of their work /0.511.00The Boston tradition : an exhibition in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Boston /265394945n 868594311693197Shand-Tucci Paul Douglass 1941-....Tucci Douglass Shand- 1941-....lccn-n79117196Cram, Ralph Adams1863-1942lccn-n83154780Gardner, Isabella Stewart1840-1924lccn-n78096930Harvard Universitync-boston public libraryBoston Public Librarylccn-n81026847Cheek, Richardnc-dorchester savings bankDorchester Savings Banklccn-n2003063391奇克(Cheek, Richard)np-shan de tu qi$shand tucci douglass 1941山德-圖奇(Shand-Tucci, Douglass, 1941-)np-chen, jia zhen$jian zhu yi shu陳家禎(建築藝術)lccn-nr91024100Dorchester Historical Society (Dorchester, Boston, Mass.)Shand-Tucci, Douglass1941-HistoryBiographyGuidebooksChurch historyPictorial worksToursExhibition catalogsUnited StatesMassachusetts--BostonGothic revival (Architecture)Cram, Ralph Adams,ArchitectsAvant-garde (Aesthetics)ArchitectureArt--Collectors and collectingGardner, Isabella Stewart,Women art collectorsHarvard UniversityBuildingsMassachusetts--Boston Metropolitan AreaGays--Education (Higher)Universities and colleges--FacultyIntellectual lifeGay college teachersGay college studentsGaysUniversities and colleges--Alumni and alumnaeCivilizationHomosexuality and educationArchitecture, VictorianRomanesque revival (Architecture)Middle Ages in artMedievalismArtMiddle AgesChurch architectureMassachusetts--CambridgeMassachusetts--Boston--DorchesterWomen artistsArtistsParishesArchitecture, GothicAll Saints' Ashmont (Parish : Boston, Mass.)TheatersMotion picture theatersMusic-hallsCollege buildings--Design and constructionHistoryChurch buildingsArchitecture, ModernCatholic Church194119681971197319741975197719781980198819911995199719981999200020012003200420052007201040322872BNA737.C714017ocn044960458file19950.47Shand-Tucci, DouglassRalph Adams Cram life and architectureHistoryBiography+-+657487523581212ocn036671994book19970.26Shand-Tucci, DouglassThe art of scandal : the life and times of Isabella Stewart GardnerBiographyThe climax of her life came after her husband's death in 1898, when she designed and built an innovative museum in the form of a Venetian palazzo and, with the legendary art historian Bernard Berenson, created America's first great private art collection. The Art of Scandal is the story of a striking woman of great force and character and of the Boston she lived in, from the Brahmins of Beacon Hill to the newly emerging ethnic communities and the little-known gay subculture. Isabella Gardner emerges as one of the most evocative figures of America's Gilded Age+-+28913651555377ocn003933693book19780.56Shand-Tucci, DouglassBuilt in Boston : city and suburb, 1800-1950History+-+04918752353243923ocn050844458book20030.50Shand-Tucci, DouglassThe crimson letter : Harvard, homosexuality, and the shaping of American culture"Historian Douglass Shand-Tucci explores the nature and expression of sexual identity at America's oldest university during the years of its greatest influence. The Crimson Letter follows the gay experience at Harvard in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, focusing upon students, faculty, alumni, and hangers-on who struggled to find their place within the confines of Harvard Yard and in the society outside." "Walt Whitman and Oscar Wilde were the two dominant archetypes for gay students of the later nineteenth century. Shand-Tucci explores the dramatic and creative oppositions and tensions between the Whitmanic and the Wildean, the warrior poet and the salon dazzler, and demonstrates how they framed the gay experience at Harvard and in the country as a whole." "The core of this book, however, is a portrait of a great university and its community struggling with the full implications of free inquiry. Harvard took very seriously its mission to shape the minds and bodies of its charges, who came from and were expected to perpetuate the nation's elite, yet struggled with the open expression of their sexual identities, which it alternately accepted and anathematized. Harvard believed it could live up to the Oxbridge model, offering a sanctuary worthy of the classical Greek ideals of male association, yet somehow remain true to its legacy of respectable austerity and Puritan self-denial." "The Crimson Letter therefore tells stories of great unhappiness and manacled minds, as well as stories of triumphant intellect and fulfilled promise. Shand-Tucci exposes the secrecy and codes that attended the gay experience, showing how their effects could simultaneously thwart and spark creativity. He explores in particular the question of gay sensibility and its effect upon everything from symphonic music to football, set design to statecraft, poetic theory to skyscrapers."--BOOK JACKET+-+65458876852684ocn041564958book19990.74Shand-Tucci, DouglassBuilt in Boston : city and suburb, 1800-2000History+-+66574930062153ocn002180779book19750.77Shand-Tucci, DouglassRalph Adams Cram, American medievalist1536ocn048464798book20010.86Shand-Tucci, DouglassHarvard University : an architectural tourToursGuidebooksPictorial works+-+65373431061442ocn001505429book19740.86Shand-Tucci, DouglassChurch building in Boston, 1720-1970 : with an introduction to the work of Ralph Adams Cram and the Boston Gothicists : issued by the trustees of the Dorchester Savings Bank in observance of the Bicentennial of the United States292ocn424203386book20070.35Shand-Tucci, DouglassMan bu Ha fo : Ha fo da xue ren wen jian zhu zhi luGuidebooks276ocn052275287book19950.30Shand-Tucci, DouglassBoston Bohemia 1881-1900 : Ralph Adams CramHistoryBiography+-+7615493006122ocn084585480book20050.94Shand-Tucci, DouglassRalph Adams Cram : an architect's four quests : medieval, modernist, American, ecumenicalHistoryBiographyThis volume tells the story of Ralph Adams Cram's later career as one of America's leading cultural figures and most accomplished architects. It traces the influence on Cram of such figures as Roosevelt, Phillips Brooks, Henry Adams, and Ayn Rand and divides his career into four "quests": medieval, modernist, American, and ecumenical71ocn025022150book19910.82Shand-Tucci, DouglassAshmont : an historical guide to Peabody Square, Carruth's Hill, and Ashmont Hill and the architecture of Edwin J. Lewis, Jr. and John A. FoxHistory71ocn255271221book20050.27ShandTucci, DouglassRalph Adams Cram : life and architecture51ocn062535900book19750.74Tucci, Douglass ShandAll Saints' Ashmont Dorchester, Boston : a centennial history of the parishHistoryChurch history41ocn027720342book19770.47Shand-Tucci, DouglassThe Boston Rialto : playhouses, concert halls and movie palacesHistory32ocn029257031book0.82Shand-Tucci, DouglassThe Gothic churches of Dorchester31ocn888389083art1975Shand-Tucci, DouglassRalph Adams Cram and the Boston gothicists : a reappraisal of their work21ocn047652603book19801.00The Boston tradition : an exhibition in commemoration of the 350th anniversary of the founding of BostonHistoryExhibition catalogs21ocn081874542book1.00The Victorian house in Dorchester11ocn341269125book19730.82St. Peter's Church, 1872-1972+-+2891365155+-+2891365155Thu Oct 16 15:03:13 EDT 2014batch14465