THE ANTIQUER'S PICTURE BOOK by Marion Nicholl Rawson

THE ANTIQUER'S PICTURE BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This might be better called The Antiquer's Family Album, for here, on page after page, are brought together sketches from Mrs. Rawson's other books, so that we recapture the essence of the homely things of early American life, household goods, the intimate things of daily life on farm and in village. The drawings speak for themselves, but should provide a spur to interest in her previous books, among which Forever the Farm, Handwrought Ancestors and Sing, Old House are my favorites.

Publisher: Dutton