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No Green Berries or Leaves - The Creative Journey of an Artist in Glass - softcover (pre-owned)
ISBN 0-939923-55-6; 978-0939923-55-7; 6" x 9" by Paul J. Stankard No Green Berries or Leaves--The Creative Journey of an Artist in Glass is a collection of autobiographical essays by Paul J. Stankard, recognized widely as one of the world's master glass artists. Stankard is particularly renowned and respected for his flameworked floral motifs expressed in crystal paperweights, rectangular columns, and orbs. Stankard was trained in scientific glassblowing and worked in industrial scientific glass during most of the 1960s. Challenged by an inner sense of creativity and the need to establish his creative independence, he started making paperweights in the early 1970s. Attracted to the emerging studio glass movement, recognized as a maker of fine paperweights, and dri...
  $29.95
Date Added: Thursday 14 August, 2014
Publisher: McDonald & Woodward Publishing

An Old House in Greenville, Virginia - A Study of Human Intention in Vernacular Architecture (pre-owned)
ISBN 978-0-939923-66-3; 6" x 9" by Michael S. Shutty, Jr. An Old House in Greenville, Virginia--A Study of Human Intention in Vernacular Architecture is an examination of the cultural, economic, and psychological influences which shaped the evolution of domestic architecture in Greenville, Virginia. The book is organized around a brick house built on Main Street in 1829. When constructed, this house exemplified the vernacular architecture of the valley during the early 19th century. Later changes to the house reflected some of the influences that shaped the town and surrounding region during subsequent years. This book is relevant not only to an understanding of the historical landscape of Greenville and environs, but also to an understanding of the dynamics of cultural...
Date Added: Thursday 14 August, 2014
Publisher: McDonald & Woodward Publishing
  $18.95 $9.50

Paris Reflections - Walks Through African-American Paris (pre-owned)
ISBN 978-0-939923-88-5; 6" x 9" by Christiann Anderson & Monique Y. Wells Paris Reflections takes its readers on six walking tours through the historic districts of Paris, where for more than two centuries, African-Americans have lived, worked, and created a rich and vibrant legacy of achievement in art, literature, science, business, sport, social reform, and other fields. From the last decades of the 18th century to the present, this legacy has been shaped by such people as Sally Hemings, Victor SÃjour, Ada "Bricktop" Smith, Jack Johnson, Josephine Baker, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, Sidney Bechet, and James Baldwin. An appendix provides basic travel information about arriving in and navigating Paris. Eight original full color illustrations...
  $17.95 $9.00
Date Added: Thursday 14 August, 2014
Publisher: McDonald & Woodward Publishing

Our Mark on This Land - A Guide to the Legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps in America's Parks (pre-owned)
ISBN 978-1-935778-18-9; 6" x 9" by Ren and Helen Davis Our Mark on This Land: A Guide to the Legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps in America's Parks, provides an historical understanding of the era in which the men of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) worked, the hardships and deprivations of the Great Depression, and of the remarkable vision of the Roosevelt administration to see an unparalleled opportunity to put unemployed men to work on projects that restored and enhanced our nation's natural resources. The CCC also restored the men themselves - their bodies, minds, and spirits. From 1933 to 1942, more than three million men served in the Corps. Over 700 local, state, and national parks were enhanced by the CCC workers, and no other book serves as...
Date Added: Thursday 14 August, 2014
Publisher: McDonald & Woodward Publishing
  $29.95 $15.00

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