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An architectural monograph on colonial architecture in Vermont, with text by George S. Chappell; prepared for publication by Russell F. Whitehead
Bib ID 3125694
Format BookBook
Author
Chappell, George S. (George Shepard), 1877-1946
 
Description [St. Paul, White pine bureau] 1918 
12, [4] p. illus. 28 cm. 
Series

White pine series of architectural monographs ; v.4, no.6

Notes

Title with ornamental border.

Subjects Architecture, Domestic -- Vermont.  |  Architecture, Colonial.
Other authors/contributors Whitehead, Russell F. (Russell Fenimore), 1884-
Also Titled

Colonial architecture in Vermont.

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