Books on Architecture, Decoration and Furniture in the Library of the Peabody Institute, Baltimore, Maryland, Nineteen-twenty

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1920 - Architecture - 23 pages
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Page 9 - NOTES ON THE CHURCHES in the Counties of KENT, SUSSEX, and SURREY, mentioned in Domesday Book, and those of more recent Date; with some Account of the Sepulchral Memorials and other Antiquities. By the .Rev Arthur Hussey.
Page 21 - IN ENGLISH HOMES THE INTERNAL CHARACTER, FURNITURE, AND ADORNMENTS OF SOME OF THE MOST NOTABLE HOUSES OF ENGLAND. Historically depicted from photographs specially taken by CHARLES LATHAM.
Page 5 - Plates and Woodcuts. <2 2s. Illustrations of Buildings near Muttra and Agra, Showing the Mixed Hindu-Mahomedan Style of Upper India Prepared at the India Museum under the authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council, from Photographs, Plans, and Drawings taken by Order of the Government of India. By HENRY HARDY COLE, Lieut.
Page 3 - Anderson, R. Examples of the municipal, commercial and street architecture of France and Italy, from the 12th to the 15th century.
Page 10 - A series of picturesque views of seats of the noblemen and gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland.
Page 19 - ARCHITECTURE OF THE RENAISSANCE IN FRANCE. A History of the Evolution of the Arts of Building, Decoration, and Garden Design under Classical Influence from 1495(01830. By WH WARD, MA, ARIBA, author of " French Chateaux & Gardens in ihe XVIth Century.
Page 5 - Champneys, Arthur C. Irish ecclesiastical architecture, with some notice of similar or related work in England, Scotland and elsewhere.
Page 19 - Fifteenth Century Italian Ornament chiefly taken from Brocades and Stuffs found in Pictures in the National Gallery...
Page 4 - Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London ; with historical and descriptive accounts of each edifice.
Page 22 - Robert Adam and his brothers; their lives, work and influence on English architecture, decoration and furniture.

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