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Seven Wives and Seven Prisons; or, Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac. A True Story, Written By Himself, Abbott, L. A
1 Abbott, L. A Seven Wives and Seven Prisons; or, Experiences in the Life of a Matrimonial Monomaniac. A True Story, Written By Himself
New York L. A. Abbott 1870 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good 8vo 
x, 11-205 pages; Clean and tight in original brown cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine (rubbed away), cloth chipped at spine ends. Frontispiece titled "My First and Worst Wife," three additional plates titled: "Attempt to Elope with Sarah Scheimer," "Kidnapping my Own Son," and "Striking Off a Deadman's Shackles." Evidently a fictionalized autobiography of an adventurous polygamist. 
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DIRECTORY OF AMERICAN SOCIETY  Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia Volume I, American Social Registry, Inc.
2 American Social Registry, Inc. DIRECTORY OF AMERICAN SOCIETY Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia Volume I
New York American Social Registry, Inc. 1929 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 12mo 7" - 7½" tall 
215 pages; Clean and tight in original green cloth binding with decorative stamping in blind at spine and front cover. From the Preface: "For the first time members of society residing in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia are adequately listed, whether they make their homes in small or large communities. Also they have received this adequate listing in a volume edited from a comprehensive, national viewpoint, by persons intimately conversant with local condition." Each persons listing includes keyed abbreviations to indicate their membership in Private Clubs and Historical Societies; e.g. Society of Cincinnati, Daughters of American Revolution, Huguenot Society, Alibi Club of Washington, Burning Tree Club, Elkridge Foxhunt, Congressional Club, etc. Clearly, many if not all of these people were much happier at the beginning of the year when this directory was issued than they were by the fall social season. 
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Slip into a BRADLEY KNITWEAR and Out-of-Doors  -  Fall and Winter 1927, Anonymous
3 Anonymous Slip into a BRADLEY KNITWEAR and Out-of-Doors - Fall and Winter 1927
Delavon, Wisconsin Bradley Knitting Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Very Good+ 12mo 
20 pages; Clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers. Wonderful advertising booklet with colour image of several gentleman (including one in a leather football helmet) hoisting a fellow on their shoulders in celebration. Illustrated throughout with images of folks in knitted sweaters, scarves, hats, etc. engaging in various outdoor sports, e.g., football, golf, ski-ing, etc. Includes some fashions for children, babies, and women as well as the predominant menswear. 
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STYLE BOOK - Men's Fashions showing What to Wear for Autumn and Winter 1910, Anonymous
4 Anonymous STYLE BOOK - Men's Fashions showing What to Wear for Autumn and Winter 1910
Chicago Universal Tailoring Co. 1910 First Edition Paperback Very Good+ 12mo 
16 pages; Clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers. Wonderful advertising booklet with image of a fisherman and a Native America in a canoe. Illustrated throughout with men in suits, overcoats, evening wear and vests. 
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THE BOOK OF STYLES for Autumn and Winter for 1907-1908, Anonymous
5 Anonymous THE BOOK OF STYLES for Autumn and Winter for 1907-1908
Milwaukee Friend Brothers Clothing Co. 1907 First Edition Paperback Very Good+ 12mo 
20 pages; Clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers. Wonderful advertising booklet with colour image of a gentleman and a lady walking in the autumn woods and feeding the squirrels. Illustrated throughout with men in suits, overcoats, "student" attire with images of horses, automobiles, etc. 
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THE BRADLEY KNIT WEAR BOOK  1915-1916, Anonymous
6 Anonymous THE BRADLEY KNIT WEAR BOOK 1915-1916
Delavan, Wisconsin Bradley Knitting Co. 1915 First Edition Paperback Very Good+ 12mo 
20 pages; Clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers. Wonderful advertising booklet with colour image of a boy and girl snow ski-ing. Illustrated throughout with images of folks in knitted sweaters, scarves, hats, etc. engaging in various outdoor sports, e.g., hockey, golf, ski-ing, etc. Includes some fashions for men, children, and women. 
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THE MASTER RACE MENTALITY -  "We or They", Anspacher, Louis Kaufman
7 Anspacher, Louis Kaufman THE MASTER RACE MENTALITY - "We or They"
New York Island Workshop Press 1945 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
29 pages; Clean and tight in original mustard wrappers. During the last years of World War II, Louis K. Anspacher, an American playwright and poet, published this anti-German polemic. His radical arguement is that Pan-German nationalism is pervasive in Germans as a whole, and that it must be wiped out entirely. OCLC 1930282 
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ACROSS THE GOLDEN HEIGHTS OF ASSAM AND NEFA [North East Frontier Agency], Baveja, J. D.
8 Baveja, J. D. ACROSS THE GOLDEN HEIGHTS OF ASSAM AND NEFA [North East Frontier Agency]
Calcutta Modern Book Depot 1961 First Edition Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 8vo 8" - 9" tall 
147, v pages; Foreword by Verrier Elwin, D.Sc. (Oxon). Illustrated with photographs, large folding map of Assam and Nefa tipped in at rear. Contents clean and tight in original cream coloured boards in edgeworn dustjacket with chipping and staining (now in protective mylar cover); rear board has superfical stain. This work is an account of the author's travels to the tribal areas of Assam, NEFA, and the Naga Hills Tuensang area describing the cultural and social life of the people with a particular interest in the music and song of the region. The last two chapters "Tribal Faith" and "Tribal Dances" bring out the unity of the tribal outlook in the fields of religion ad artistic expression. 
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BENNETT DIVORCE CASE  Being a plain account of all the important facts brought out on the trial, and those connected with it; with disclosures on the case, Bennett, George
9 Bennett, George BENNETT DIVORCE CASE Being a plain account of all the important facts brought out on the trial, and those connected with it; with disclosures on the case
New Haven George Bennett 1860 First Edition Hardcover Very Good- 8vo 
28 pages; Original owner's name in pencil on rear endpaper, otherwise clean and tight in original red cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine and decorative blindstamping. Binding rubbed and worn; gilt dulled; small ink spot at spine. Illustrated with a frontispiece depicting the Bennett's house in New Haven, Illustrated titlepage, portraits of Dr. George Bennett and of his late wife Mary, an illustration of two men at Little Lillian's grave, five woodcut illustrations with quotes from the Book of Proverbs. Title as printed on the spine: Dr. Bennett's Married Life: caution to Husbands and Wives. OCLC: 40267176 This is the history of a very famous and very nasty divorce case in 19th century New Haven, CT. Mrs. Bennett accused her husband of all sorts of cruelties and wrong-doings, knitting a complex web of stories throughout the fabric of their social network which undermined his relationships with their friends, acquaintances and relatives. A neighbor Mr. Edson Sanford, though once under the sway of Mrs. Bennett's complaints, was eventually convinced that Mrs. Bennett was plotting and conniving to win suit against her husband. Sanford began to seek out the actual facts of the case and eventually testified on behalf of Dr. Bennett. Contrary to the picture Mrs. Bennett painted of her husband, evidence revealed a number of improprities on the part of Mrs. Bennett who received offers of marriage from her admirers should she succeed in divorcing the Doctor. She did succeed in winning the case, but was pilloried in later publications. A very sad tale indeed. This account proffering the defense of Dr. Bennett was published by him with an eye to earning money to pay the decreed alimony and additional financial support to his wife and children and to attempt to rehabilitate his reputation. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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THE GYPSIES - Romans from Little Egypt, Biddle, Moncure
10 Biddle, Moncure THE GYPSIES - Romans from Little Egypt
Philadelphia Moncure Biddle & Company 1940 First Edition Paperback Very Good 
37 pages; Clean and tight in original tan printed wrappers. Colour frontispiece and fourteen additional b&w full page illustrations (one folding). Printed at the press of George Buchanan under the direction of Joseph A. Gutekunst. Moncure Biddle, from the famous Philadelphia Biddle family, was an investment banker. a famous bibliophile, a connoisseur of editions of the classics and, by reputation, an eccentric. During the 1940s Biddle published an annual "Christmas Letter" on a topic of literary or bibliographic interest. This book, issued for Christmas 1940, addresses The Gypsies and is dedicated to the author's "Aunt Nathalie." 
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RUSSIA TRANSFORMED: Breakthrough to Hope - August 1991, Billington, James ; [SIGNED]
11 Billington, James ; [SIGNED] RUSSIA TRANSFORMED: Breakthrough to Hope - August 1991
New York Free Press 1992 0029035155 / 9780029035153 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 8vo 8" - 9" tall Signed by Author
Autograph; 202 pages; Inscribed and Signed by the author on the ffep to Kay Graham Katharine Graham [1917-2001 - Publisher, and later, Chairman of the Board of the Washington Post Company]. Clean and tight in original binding in bright fresh dustjacket (price-clipped). Billington examines the changes that have occurred in the former Soviet Union over recent years and argues the neccesity of the USA and other Western powers making positive economic, political, strategic and cultural responses to the new circumstances. Billington was in Russia at the time of the coup in August 1991. The events and attitudes he witnessed during the crisis convinced him that the Russian people had at last found the confidence and hope to act for freedom. However, he warns, despite their humiliation in 1991, the Old Guard should not be underestimated. If the new experiment with democracy founders, they will be ready to reassert their hegemony. Hence the need for democratic governments throughout the world to act now to ensure that democracy does survive its birth throes and becomes established throughout the CIS.; Signed by Author; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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OUR MOTHERS - A Cavalcade in Pictures, Quotations and Descriptions of Late Victorian Woman 1870 - 1900, Bott, Alan ; and Irene Clephane
12 Bott, Alan ; and Irene Clephane OUR MOTHERS - A Cavalcade in Pictures, Quotations and Descriptions of Late Victorian Woman 1870 - 1900
London Victor Gollancz, Ltd. 1932 0405082932 / 9780405082931 Second Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Good dust jacket 4to 11" - 13" tall 
219 pages; 167 wonderful illustrations obtained from the files of The Graphic, an illustrated magazine. Former owner's name, otherwise clean and tight in original blue cloth binding with gilt lettering at spine. In the scarce dustjacket which is chipped and darkened at spine, internally reinforced, now in protective mylar cover. OCLC: 7750; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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The Biographies of Madame de Stael and Madame Roland, Child, Mrs. ; [Lydia Maria Child 1802-80]
13 Child, Mrs. ; [Lydia Maria Child 1802-80] The Biographies of Madame de Stael and Madame Roland
Boston Carter and Hendee 1832 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Very Good 12mo 
Ladies' Family Library - 1 ; ix, 265 [1] pages; Publisher's smooth light brown cloth, flat spine with printed paper label. The spine has now toned to a pleasant shade of tan, there are a couple of narrow chips to the right side of the long label (with loss of one letter at bottom), and just minor points of light wear at the tip of the spine at the top. Diffuse foxing to the plain endpapers, title page, and scattered throughout -- as is typical of American paper of the time. Page edges untrimmed (the half title has a small tear at the fore-edge, otherwise not yet opened at the top edge to an adjacent front blank). There is a faint pencil signature "H. Little / 1845" on the front free endpaper, otherwise, no other marks of any sort. The engraved frontispiece portrait of Madame De Stael has retained its original tissue guard (sized only to cover the image) -- but it has lightly offset onto the guard and through it to form an even fainter shadow on the title page. A landmark of early American writing for, by, and about, women.During a long life, Lydia Maria Child (1802 – 1880) was an abolitionist, a women's rights activist, an opponent of American expansionism, an Indian rights activist, a novelist, a journalist and a Unitarian. She had notable achievements in each of these diverse fields. She started life as Lydia Maria Francis in Medford, Massachusetts. Her older brother, Convers Francis, became a Unitarian minister. Lydia started her education at a local dame school and later studied at a women's seminary. Upon the death of her mother, she went to live with her older sister in Maine where she studied to be a teacher. During this time, her brother, Convers, a Unitarian minister, who had been educated at Harvard College and Seminary, saw to his younger sister’s education in literary classics. She read an article in the 'North American Review' suggesting that New England history offered much material to a prospective novelist. Inspired by this article, Lydia immediately wrote the first chapter of a novel entitled 'Hobomok'. Encouraged by her brother's praise, she finished it in six weeks, and 'Hobomok: A Tale of Early Times' was published (anonymously) in 1824. From this time until her death she wrote, and published, continually. Lydia Francis taught school until 1828, when she married Boston lawyer David Lee Child. Lydia Child and her husband began to associate themselves with the anti-slavery cause in 1831 through the personal influence and writings of William Lloyd Garrison. Mrs. Child was a also a committed women's rights activist, but did not believe significant progress for women could be made until after the abolition of slavery. But while she did postpone her political activism concerning women's rights, Lydia Child wrote and published a series of books intended for the use and edification of women -- 'The American Frugal Housewife,' a book of kitchen, economy and directions (1829; and eventually a 33rd edition appeared in 1855); and 'The Mother's Book' (1831), an early American instructional book on child rearing, subsequently published in editions in England and Germany. In 1832, she wrote this volume, intended to be the first of 'The Ladies' Family Library,' a series of biographies (which eventually extended to 5 volumes, 1832–1835). The first words to the Preface to this first volume makes Lydia Child's intentions clear - and she even is specific about the design and style of the physical appearance of her proposed volumes: "The object of the Ladies' Family Library is to furnish a series of volumes, which will suit the taste, and interst the feelings of women.... The volumes will be handsomely printed, each containing a good engraving. As the series will be numbered upon the outside, and not upon the title-page, purchasers can make such selections as they choose, and have them bound in whatever order they think proper." Indeed, there is an unsually large printed paper label mounted to the spine, which, along with the half title, is the only reference to a volume number for this first appearance of 'The Ladies' Family Library,' and Mrs. Child's suggestion that buyers might bind to their own taste and requirements was evidently taken up by most, as this early American trade cloth binding is now quite scarce, particularly in such fresh condition. 
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FLAIR  The Monthly Magazine  Volume 1, Number 9: October 1950, Cowles, Fleur ; (editor) ; Eleanor Roosevelt (contributor)
14 Cowles, Fleur ; (editor) ; Eleanor Roosevelt (contributor) FLAIR The Monthly Magazine Volume 1, Number 9: October 1950
Cowles Magazines 1950 First Edition Paperback Very Good Folio 13" - 23" tall 
Contents clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers with cut-out from front wrapper revealing partial images of marionnettes from the colour image on the following page. Mild curling of upper right corner. Contents Include: Call Me [Ethel] Merman by Price, Madame Valentina; The New Society in Crime, The Real Pearle Mesta by Eleanor Roosevelt, Altamont, Reflection on Parties, How to Avoid a Square Stomach by Roger Price; Ethel Merman; Dona Isabel Corbo Y Procel, Choose your Fashion Color, Photographs by Hoyningen-Huene, Decor - Glass of our Time; Travels to Haiti, Flair Personified - Marguerite Higgins, etc. 
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FLAIR  The Monthly Magazine  Volume 1, Number 6: July 1950, Cowles, Fleur ; (editor) ; John Steinbeck (contributor)
15 Cowles, Fleur ; (editor) ; John Steinbeck (contributor) FLAIR The Monthly Magazine Volume 1, Number 6: July 1950
New York Cowles Magazines 1950 First Edition Paperback Very Good- Folio 13" - 23" tall 
Contents clean and secure in original pictorial wrappers with cut-out from front wrapper revealing a woman in a bathing suit as viewed through the image of hand held binoculars on front wrapper. Mild curling of corners, one tiny closed tear at base of rear wrapper, rubbed at spine. Contents Include: The New Society in Sports by Bob Considine; Jim Thorpe of the Golden Age; Typed for Men - portraits of Teresa Wright, Jane Russell, Lilli Palmer, Faye Emerson; Flair Personified: Dr. Rene Dubos; Vision of Don Juan by Dawn Powell; Paul Smith - Editor, Civic Leader, Host; My Ideal Woman by John Steinbeck, Brandon deWilde, Raymond Loewy, others; Animal Life by Edwin O'Connor; Lighter than Air - new summer fashions for men (w/ zeppelin photo); Gary Cooper - Actor and Westerner; Anthony J.D. Biddle Jr., Soldier and Diplomat; Flair Travels by Air to Africa; It's About Time - Poem by Ogden Nash; Men's Fashion: Yankee Doodle Dandy by Mary Lee Settle, Campus '50; Flair's Barbecue Wall, includes bound-in booklet on Barbecuing; Horse Utopia by Marguerite Young; Nightclub History Lesson by Danny Kaye (New York's Versailles); Portraits of Blues Singers Ruth Brown and Sarah Vaughn; Film: George Cukor and the Belles, John Ford and a Crony. 
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OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE EASY CHAIR, Curtis, George William
16 Curtis, George William OTHER ESSAYS FROM THE EASY CHAIR
New York Harper and Bros. 1893 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine 12mo 7" - 7½" tall 
229 pages; Clean and tight in lovely 1890s decorative cloth binding of dark green cloth with gilt lettering and a repeated pattern of gilt torches with ribbons on front cover. George Curtis (1824-1892) was an American writer and public speaker. He was appointed by President Ulysses S. Grant, to chair the commission on the reform of the civil service; the commission's recommendations were the foundation of subsequent efforts to rationalize the civil service and free it from political patronage. From 1863 until 1892, Curtis served as the political editor of Harper's Weekly, a publication which was very influential in shaping public opinion. Curtis also had a regular column in Harper's Monthly, titled "The Easy Chair." The book offered for sale here contains a selection of these charming essays on topics of social and literary interest. Some of the essays included are The Game of Newport, The Morality of Dancing, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Lady Mavourneen and Her Travels, Statues in Central Park, The Streets of New York, Decayed Gentility, etc. ; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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The Diamond of Psi Upsilon - November 1922, Darlington, Harley C.
17 Darlington, Harley C. The Diamond of Psi Upsilon - November 1922
Chicago Psi Upsilon Fraternity 1922 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo 
Volume IX, No. 1; 76 pages; Clean and tight in original tan wrappers printed in red. Some of the articles include: President Bridgman's Letter to the Chapters; Psi U Endowment Fund; Psychology of American Politics by Judge Robert L. Luce; Prominent Psi U's: Henry Marion Byllesby (Eta, '78), Senator George H. Moses (Zeta '90), Rev. T. Lawrason Riggs (Beta '10), Maj. General Sir Henry Thorton (Tau '94); In Memorium; Alumni Club Directory; Activites; Chapter Communications; etc. 
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18 Dau ; [Mrs. Guy Ray Pelton] DAU'S NEW YORK BLUE BOOK 1923
New York Dau's Blue Book 1923 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ 8vo 
750 pages; Containing the names and addresses of 20,000 prominent residents arranged alphabetically and by streets and much other valuable social information. Clean and tight in original blue cloth binding with bright gilt lettering and decoration, former owner's name on ffep "Mrs. Guy Ray Pelton". Guy Ray Pelton (1824 – 1890) was a U.S. Representative to the thirty-fourth Congress from New York. In 1890, while travelling with his second wife Angelina Scoville Pelton from Alaska back to the east coast , Pelton died in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, while climbing Mary's Mountain. Angelina is indeed listing in this issue of Dau's. ; Signed by Notable Personage, Related; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings. 
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DAVID FINLEY  Quiet Force for America's Arts, Doheny, David A. ; [Mrs. Potter Stewart]
19 Doheny, David A. ; [Mrs. Potter Stewart] DAVID FINLEY Quiet Force for America's Arts
Charlottesville University of Virginia Press 2006 0891333983 / 9780891333982 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine in Fine dust jacket 8vo 8" - 9" tall Signed by Author
Autograph; 400 pages; Warmly inscribed and SIGNED by the author on ffep to Mrs. Potter Stewart. Justice Potter Stewart served on the U.S. Supreme Court for nearly 24 years. In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower nominated Potter Stewart to the Supreme Court to replace Justice Harold Hitz Burton, who was retiring. Stewart served on the Supreme Court until he announced his retirement from the Court on June 18, 1981 at the age of 66. During his tenure (1958-1981) as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Potter Stewart made major contributions to criminal justice reform, civil rights, access to the courts, and Fourth Amendment jurisprudence. Stewart leaned toward moderate, pragmatic positions, but was often in the position of dissenting during his time on the Warren Court. ; Signed by Author 
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THE AMERICAN PORCH  An Informal History of an Informal Place, Dolan, Michael ; [SIGNED ]
20 Dolan, Michael ; [SIGNED ] THE AMERICAN PORCH An Informal History of an Informal Place
Guilford The Lyons Press 2002 1585746630 / 9781585746637 First Edition; Second Printing Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 8vo 8" - 9" tall Signed by Author
Autograph; 352 pages; Clean and tight in original binding in near fine dustjacket. OCLC: 50737447 Inscribed and SIGNED by the author on titlepage to Adlumia Sterrett Hagnar - a fifth-generation Washingtonian, descended from John Adlum, known as the Father of American Viniculture. As the only board member of the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association from Washington, Mrs. Hagner devoted more than 40 years to helping enhance George Washington's home at Mount Vernon. She later established the Founders, Washington Committee for Historic Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon and the work of the MVLA is discussed in part of this book. In this delightful look at an American icon, journalist and documentary scriptwriter and producer Dolan traces the history of the porch, using this history to explore subjects such as architecture, history, slavery, colonialism, trade, anthropology, sociology, consumer behavior, and publishing. He begins with an account of remodeling his own front porch and then takes us on an irreverent yet informative tour of the development of the porch, from its origins in ancient Greece and Rome, Africa and India, with stops along the way in Brazil, the Caribbean, Renaissance Italy, Georgian England, and Colonial America. From there, he charts the rise, decline, fall, and reemergence of the porch in America, from Greek revival architecture to plantation culture, from Victorian bungalows to suburban ranch homes, from front porch conversation to air conditioning and television, and from Modernism to the New Urbanism. ; Signed by Author 
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