The Shakers: An Exhibition Concerning Their Furniture, Artifacts and Religion with emphasis on Enfield, Connecticut, Hartford, Connecticut November 7-11, 1975
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Unnumbered [about 48 p.], paper, cardboard stock cover, stapled. The Enfield Shaker Society began in 1792 and was dissolved in 1917. This catalog of 83 items on exhibit includes provenance, when known; wonderful photographs of the items; and a section entitled, "Enfield Scenes and People," with photographs and a brief reminiscence by Harriet S. Dickinson, who spent her childhood in Enfield and had friends among the Shakers. As new. Bookseller Inventory # 102814WA
Title: The Shakers: An Exhibition Concerning Their ...
Publisher: Hartford, CT: the auxiliary, 1975
Publication Date: 1975
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