The homes of our ancestors: as shown in the American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, from the beginnings of New England through the early days of the republic; exhibiting the development of the arts of interior architecture and house decoration, the arts of cabinetmaking, silversmithing, etc., especial emphasis being laid upon the point that our early craftsmen evolved from the fashions of the Old World a style of their own; with an account of the social conditions surrounding the life of the original owners of the various rooms

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Printed by Doubleday, Page, and Company, 1925 - Architecture - 302 pages

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The Seventeenth Century House
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The Seventeenth Century Gallery
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The Hampton New Hampshire Room
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