PLANTATIONS OF THE CAROLINA LOW COUNTRY. Edited by Albert Simons & Samuel Lapham. Introduction by John Mead Howells.

Stoney, Samuel Gaillard.

Published by Carolina Art Association,,, 1969
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This is a fine, unmarked, hardcover sixth edition copy in brown buckram in a fine, gray printed DJ, all in a paper slipcase with a pasted plate. Signed by Albert Simons on the title page. MEDIA SHIPPING ONLY, extra for airmail or international shipping. Photos on request. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: PLANTATIONS OF THE CAROLINA LOW COUNTRY. ...
Publisher: Carolina Art Association,,
Publication Date: 1969
Binding: Buckram
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: Sixth Edition

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STONEY, Samuel Gaillard.
Published by Carolinia Art Association, Charleston South Carolinia, (1945)
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Book Description Carolinia Art Association, Charleston South Carolinia, 1945. editor's binding. 330x245mm, 243pages, b/w photographs, Bookseller Inventory # 53236

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Stoney, Samuel Gaillard
Published by Carolina Art Association (1969, 1938), Charleston, SC (1969)
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Book Description Carolina Art Association (1969, 1938), Charleston, SC, 1969. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. Sixth Edition. 12.5" x 9.75". 246,(2) pages; 147 finely-printed b/w photo illustrations (many full-page), 25 full-page line drawings elevations, architectural details, and measured drawings), 20 b/w plans, 3 maps; chronological index; general index; bibliography. Beautifully printed on heavy clay-coated paper, this edition was limited to 1,500 copies. Orange-brown buckram, maroon spine and cover titles, gray illustrated map endpapers, a Fine copy, in Very Good printed dustjacket (price-clipped, spine tanned and creased), and Very Good (corners rubbed) intact photo-illustrated brown slipcase. Bookseller Inventory # 10071

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Stoney, Samuel Gaillard
Published by Carolina Art Assn, Charleston, SC (1939)
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Book Description Carolina Art Assn, Charleston, SC, 1939. Second edition, 1/1500 copies (first published the previous year in an edition of 1500 copies). Folio. 243 pp. Profusely illustrated from photographs, plans, endpaper maps. Architectural history of the coastal regions of South Carolina, in the "great plantation age," roughly 1700 to the Civil War. "The photographs were taken by Frances Benjamin Johnston in 1938 and by Ben Judah Lubschez in 1928" (all identified with the photographers' initials). Inscribed by Johnston in 1943, by the author in 1955, and by the editors in 1958. Mangum Weeks's copy, with his ownership signature on a front endpaper and his pencil annotations scattered through the text; Weeks was an important voice in the historic preservation movement during the first half of the 20th century and the son of North Carolina bibliographer Stephen Weeks. Very good. Original tan cloth, decorated tan dust jacket (spine with crease marks and one short split from the base of the spine), broken publisher's slipcase with pictorial paper label on upper board. A nice association copy of this important architectural study of Charleston. (#8079). Bookseller Inventory # 61044

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