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Image from page 244 of “American homes and gardens” (1905 )
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< img alt=" bedroom furniture" src="" width=" 400"/ > Image by< a href="[email protected]/14804483243" > Web Archive Book Images Identifier: americanhomesga101913newy Title: American homes and gardens Year:< a href="" > 1905(< a href="" > 1900s) Authors:. Topics:< a href="" > Architecture, Domestic< a href="" > Landscape gardening Publisher:< a href="" > New york city: Munn and Co Contributing Library:< a href="" > Smithsonian Libraries Digitizing Sponsor:< a href="" > Biodiversity Heritage Library View Book Page:< a href="" rel=" nofollow" > Book Audience About This Book:< a href="" rel=" nofollow" > Catalog Entry View All Images:< a href="" > All Images From Book Click here to< a href="" rel=" nofollow" > view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online versionof this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ey wereso ended up as to be verycosy, with the high back and sides.

Bedrooms in thosedays were cold spaces, heated up just by fireplaces, if atall, and the individual seated in one of these well-cushionedchairs was protected from drafts. Owing to the amountof product needed, to cover and pack among these chairs, the price was nearly excessive. Stocks set theirprice at from one pound to 10, according to the styleand material used for upholstering. Among this type is inthe Mrs. Nathaniel Mansfield collection, which was origin-ally owned by Col.Timothy Pickering, the good friend of Wash-ington, and firstSecretary of theNavy. It shows up-holstering of excel-lent quality andworkmanship, andis an essential fac-tor in a great collec-tion of this design. Many kinds ofchairs are seen, andthey are of so manyperiods, that itwould take a book, entirely devoted tothis post of furni-ture, to initiate oneinto all the myste-ries and fascinationsof furniture lore. Early rush-bottom panelled French chair Text Appearing After Image: 140 AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS April, 1913 Note About Images Please keep in mind that these images are extracted from scanned page images that
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