Title: The Steve S. Kistler Shaker Collection April...
Publisher: Cincinnati, OH: the author, 1982
Publication Date: 1982
Binding: Soft cover
45 p., three-punched paper bound with brass fasteners, apparently prepared from typewritten sheets although the typeface is quite large and sans serif. This is Kistler's personal collection of items from the Eastern and Western Shakers; he purchased the items from local families who bought them from the Shakers when their communities were closing in the early twentieth century. Many of the items had been on display at museums and historical societies. The items for sale are described in some detail; most have descriptions and provenance. Prices are listed. It has what appears to be Kistler's signature, in ink, at the bottom of the first page. As new. Bookseller Inventory # 102814SK
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