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August 2013 Source Guide
Eye on Antiuqes: What Ship Is That?
Knowing a frigate from a sloop not only adds to your enjoyment of ship paintings but also can help you fi nd a bargain for your décor or collection. A maritime expert offers this primer to improve your vocabulary and art appreciation.
Leap of Faith
Veterans of numerous old house restorations, Pete and Dottie Damone took a chance on a dismantled c. 1750 Massachusetts house, rebuilding on their hilltop Vermont farm and filling it with Dottie’s collection of primitive antiques.
Gallery in Grafton
Jud Hartmann shows his love of history not only in his Vermont house and its 17th- and 18th-Century furnishings but also in the extensive gallery he built from two early structures. There he displays his bronze sculptures of America’s Northeastern woodland tribes.
Life in Early America: The Front Porch
Americans distilled the essence of colonnades, piazzas, stoops, and verandas and created the porch as an icon of our culture. By the 19th Century, the porch was ubiquitous throughout the country, north to south.
Palace for the Governor
After his appointment as royal governor of the Province of North Carolina, William Tryon built a government house that symbolized the dignity and solidity of colonial rule. Completed in 1770, his derisively named "palace" became the grandest house in America.
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