4 edition of Early New York houses found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F128.7 .P38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 243 p.|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||01030804|
Western New York masons developed unique embellishments of the vertical and horizontal mortars. A few masons from New York migrated west and built a smattering of cobblestone buildings in the Midwest & Ontario, Canada. However, more than 95% of these interesting cobblestone homes are located in New York State.". Books Coming Soon in In this ultimate preview guide, discover the biggest new releases coming out in the next few months! From edge-of-your-seat thrillers to swoon-worthy love stories, you’ll be the first to know when your next favorite book is hitting the bookshelves.
Year History of the Iconic Dakota Chronicled in New Book. New torn down across New York, there's a clip from House & Garden magazine that Author: Zoe Rosenberg. Dutch Reformed Marriage Records of New Amsterdam & New York City Vol pt History of Montgomery Co., New York; embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots.
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This book and author's other book Houses of New York, - > are good document of houses of America's golden age. For every individual house, there is an essay about its original owner's story and the birth of the house. For each house there is at least one exterior picture, sometimes with an interior picture/5(16).
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Historic houses of early America. New York: Tudor Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elise Lathrop. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Illustrated lining papers in color.
"A record of historic houses by towns and states":. This book was written in the s about a young woman named Cassandra who lives with her quirky family in poverty in an old, falling-down castle in England.
Her dad once wrote a famous novel but now spends his days in an old gate tower, doing crossword puzzles and reading mystery novels. Homes for the new century were becoming compact, economical, and informal as the American middle class began to grow.
New York real estate developer Fred C. Trump, built this Tudor Revival cottage in in the Jamaica Estates section of Queens, a borough of New York City. This is the boyhood home of American President Donald Trump. OldNYC sh historical images from the New York Public Library's Milstein Collection on a map.
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Nice little slice of life book centered on a New York house from the period to about Most of the story focuses on the early part of the century, following the fortunes of the Dolphs and Van Ripers/5. Fiction Set in Turn-of-the-century New York City Turn-of-the-century (pre and early 's) New York City fascinates me.
Here is some fiction set in New York City between the post-Civil War Gaslight era and the Jazz Age of the 's. Well written review of the early twentieth century movie palaces that were built and enjoyed in the central New York cities.
This is another in a series of books documenting the fast disappearing entertainment buildings that were enjoyed by a vast majority of people when /5(4). These stunning facts and photos reveal just how hard life was for the immigrant occupants of New York's tenement buildings a century ago.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, New York City swelled with wave after wave of European immigrants — and many lived in. In a number of Palatine families were allowed to take up lands in the Mohawk Valley of New York. Between and the original Burnetsfield settlers were joined by other Palatine families, and by the time of the American Revolution the area was Brand: Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated.
Here, presented at last in full detail, is the natural house. The moderate cost houses described in this book and profusely illustrated with photographs, plans and drawings, are houses - of infinite variety for people of limited means - in which living has become for their owners a purposeful new adventure in freedom and dignity.
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Colonial Lists. Passenger lists for some colonial immigrants exist. The New York State Archives has microfilmed the New York customs house records dating from aboutbut these do not name passengers. Many early immigrants are named in: Filby, P. William. Rhythmical and enchanting, A House that Once Was is a picture book about imagining and connecting with how things might have been different in other times.
Deep in the woods two children discover an old house; “a house that once was but now isn't a home”. The children enter the house through a broken window and it is immediately clear that the house used to be somebody’s home, as the.The Long, Complicated History of Affordable Housing in New York Affordable Housing in New York, a book published last year and co led to larger projects like the Red Hook Houses in Author: Eillie Anzilotti.A History of Housing in New York City traces New York's housing development from to the present in text and profuse illustrations.
Richard Plunz explores the housing of all classes, with comparative discussion of the development of types ranging from the single-family house to /5(2).