LEXINGTON AND CONCORD NANTUCKET by Samuel Chamberlain

LEXINGTON AND CONCORD NANTUCKET

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Two more ""camera impressions"" of American Landmarks. The successive additions to the series measure up amazingly well, --fine photography, consistently good text, in all recent volumes maintaining the improvement noted over the first, good book-making, for a moderate price. I personally find the books valuable in studying detail of architectural and decorative points, and consult them when I want some suggestions on authentic doorways for certain types of houses, on fences, on planting, on all sorts of problems connected with remodelling. Look at them from this angle in thinking of possible customers.

Publisher: Hastings House