The Golden Treasury is a magnificent presentaion of early America's great and gracious houses, the beautiful homes of the past, North, South, East, and West, built from 1650 to 1850. ...Richard Pratt covers them all: old Maine houses, the "quality" homes of Connecticut, Tennessee mansions, Louisiana plantations, and the lovely old homes of California.
Some of these homes are public shrines, but the majority are privately owned......
First edition. 2nd printing. Edge wear light some rubbing. Binding normal wear. Corners barely bumped/rounded. Pages clean and crisp. DJ Good has chips tears and/ or rubbing.
Title The golden treasury of early American houses
Author Richard Pratt
Publisher Hawthorne Books, 1967
Length 278 pages
Architecture / Residential
The Golden Treasury of Early American Houses by Richard Pratt
Andalusia, architect, architecture, Aspendale, beautiful, bedroom, Belle Meade, Bonnet Hill, brick, Bucks County, building, Captain, CAPTAIN’S HOUSE, Carter’s, Grove, carving, chair, Charleston, Chippendale, colonial, color, Columbia, Falls Connecticut, CORBIT-SHARP HOUSE, cornice, decorated, Delaware, Dining room, doorway, drawing room, Duncan Phyfe, Early American, houses, early houses, Edgartown, famous, ﬁelds, ﬁg, ﬁll, ﬁlled, ﬁne, ﬁnest, ﬁnished, ﬁr, ﬁre, ﬁrst, ﬁt, ﬂoor, four-poster, furniture, Garden District, George Gunston Hall, Hammond-Harwood House, Hepplewhite, Hill, House was built, Island, James John, kitchen, Kittery, Lady Pepperrell, living, room, magniﬁcent, mansion, mantel, McIntire’s, Mclntire, miles, Nantucket, Natchez, Orleans, owners, painted, paneling, parlor, Peirce-Nichols House, Philadelphia, Plantation, portrait, Queen Anne, reﬂect, river, Salem, Salem County, Shaker, Spite House, stair, staircase, streets, Talbot, Talbot County, Thomson Mason, tidewater, town, Treasury of Early, upstairs, Virginia, wallpaper, Washington , William Buckland, Williamsburg, woodwork, Wythe,