8 edition of Stately homes in America from colonial times to the present day found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Harry W. Desmond and Herbert Croly ...|
|Contributions||Croly, Herbert David, 1869-1930, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NA7205 .D5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 532 p. incl. 148 pl.|
|Number of Pages||532|
|LC Control Number||03029878|
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Stately homes in America from colonial times to the present day. [Harry William Desmond; Herbert David Croly]. Stately Homes in America from Colonial Times to the Present Day. New York: D. Appleton and Company, II. A chapter on "The Colonial Residence" outlines the history, advantages and limitations of the high colonial style.
The greater American residence is a mixture of the most modern mechanical improvements with the most time-worn decorative relics. —Harry W. Desmond and Herbert Croly, Stately Homes in America: From Colonial Times to the Present Day ()Author: Katherine C.
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Herbert David Croly is the author of The Promise of American Life ( avg rating, 94 ratings, 8 reviews, published ), Progressive Democracy ( a /5. America may have 50 states now, but a little less than years ago it consisted of just 13 colonies.
Even today, there are some amazing homes built during the colonial period that still stand. The stately homes of England.
How beautiful they stand. Amidst their tall ancestral trees, O'er all the pleasant land. (Felicia Hemans, ) Author: Blake Morrison. Pictures from Harry W. Desmond and Herbert Croly, Stately Homes in America: From Colonial Times to the Present Day, D.
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This picture comes from Harry W. Desmond and Herbert Croly, Stately Homes in America: From Colonial Times to the Present Day, D. Appleton and Company, New York, and is there identified as a picture of the Drawing Room. However, it matches more closely the description of one end of the hall -- "The chimneypiece, a fine old spoil from a European palace, is so huge that the wood of a.
Per Stately homes in America from colonial times to the present day published in there have been stately homes in America for a long time. This proves the claim in article "The term is not used for large houses located elsewhere in the English-speaking world, i.e.
USA, Australia etc." is false and should be removed from the article. Living in Colonial America 9 Time travelers use maps. 10 Living in Colonial America. Living in Colonial America 11 homes in Fort Raleigh The settlers got to work Robert, George, and 26 Living in Colonial America She and her husband Daniel Tucker were now in.
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Colonial Parkway, a leisurely mile drive Author: Reader's Digest Editors. A Colonial Mansion Although most people lived in small one or two room homes during colonial times, the wealthy and powerful were able to live in large mansions.
One example of this is the Governor's Palace at Williamsburg, Virginia. It was home to the governor of Virginia for most of the s. The amount they spent on the stately homes was incredible, especially when you consider that these huge monstrosities were awful places to live. (Remember when they were built, they were always cold, since they were heated with fireplaces and fire can't warm a large space at all well, and were lit by candles, so nobody could find their way.
Colonial homes were influenced by the history and architecture of the colonists' home countries, and many of them were from Europe. Although Colonial-style homes are fairly understated, some do have columns, a detail that has its origins in Greek and Roman architecture and can be found in many of the grand buildings of Europe.
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Inwe foundeda company that offers up unique British T-shirt designs every week.Ebook Of The Old Colonial Style. While there is so much that is favorable to be said concerning the "old Ebook style it is but fair that we should consider the unfavorable statements also and Desmond and Croly close the chapter on "The Colonial residence" thus: "At the time the colonial style prevailed it was admirable because it was safe; but in view of the immensely richer.