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Great Houses of New England Hardcover – April 29, 2008
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“Centuries of fine house-building from Portsmouth and Newport to Hartford....Photos show the magnificent details, colors, and gardens.” ~Old House Interiors
“With striking photography and enlightening text, Blackburn and Gross fuse a history of the Northeast as intricate as a stained glass window.” ~Newport Life Magazine
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Nevertheless, the photographs are very nice, and I definitely plan to visit some of the houses featured in the book. Roderic H. Blackburn needs to get an editor!
plainly states that it is: "Great Houses of New England features a stunning array of newly photographed houses that range over four centuries and are distinctive examples of the architecture of the region from the mid-seventeenth-century New England Colonial Judge Corwin House (Witches House) in Salem, MA., and the eighteenth-century Jeremiah Lee Mansion in Marblehead, MA., to the late-nineteenth-century McKim, Mead & White Shingle-Style Isaac Bell House in Newport, R.I."
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Very nice book. Fine paper, good color photos, ineresting text and good information about the houses.Published 23 months ago by Guillermo Elias
Beautiful photography, extremely informative, historical content , and great examples of conservation and preservation. A stunning book !! I love it !Published on February 21, 2014 by Lorraine W. Besch