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Plantations of the Carolina low country,

Author: Samuel Gaillard Stoney; Albert Simons; Samuel Lapham; Frances Benjamin Johnston; Ben J Lubschez
Publisher: Charleston, S.C., The Carolina Art Association, 1938.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Gaillard Stoney; Albert Simons; Samuel Lapham; Frances Benjamin Johnston; Ben J Lubschez
OCLC Number: 2673909
Notes: The plates reproduce photographs taken by Ben Judah Lubschez and Frances Benjamin Johnston and measured drawings.
Maps on lining-papers.
"Fifteen hundred copies of this first edition have been printed ... set in Caslon old face, printed on Champion's satin-proof enamel substance no. 100."
In slip case, autographed by owner Thomas T. Waterman, with loose photograph of an unidentified window.
Description: 4 preliminary leaves, 7-243, [1] pages illustrations, plates, plans 33 cm
Contents: The country and the people --
Architectural trends --
Colonian and Provicial Period: Medway ; Middleburg ; St. Andrews' Church ; St. James' Church, Goose Creek ; Mulberry ; Hanover ; Christ Church ; Strawberry Chapel ; Brick House, Edisto ; Exeter ; Crowfield ; Fenwick Hall ; Fairfield ; Hampton ; Drayton Hall ; Comintee ; Oakland ; Tom Seabrook's House ; Prince William's Church, Sheldon ; Middleton Place ; Biggin Church ; North Chachan ; Pompion Hill Chapel ; St. Stephen's Church ; St. James' Church, Santee ; Lewisfield --
Republican Period: Otranto ; The Bluff ; Harrietta ; El Dorado ; Lowndes' Grove ; The Rocks ; Wappaoola ; Mount Hope ; Eutaw ; Marshlands ; Ophir ; William Seabrook's House ; Belvidere Farm ; The Elms ; Lawson's Pond ; White Hall ; Tomotley ; Springfield ; The Wedge ; Dean Hall ; Somerset ; The Grove ; Presyterian Church, Edisto ; Somerton ; Magnolia Gardens ; Chisolm House ; Boone Hall ; Gippy ; Prospect Hill.
Responsibility: by Samuel Gaillard Stoney; edited by Albert Simons & Samuel Lapham, Jr., with an introduction by John Mead Howells.

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