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America on stone

Harry Twyford Peters

America on stone

the other printmakers to the American people : a chronicle of American lithography other than that of Currier & Ives, from its beginning, shortly before 1820, to the years when the commercial single-stone hand-colored lithograph disappeared from the American scene.

by Harry Twyford Peters

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Published by Doubleday in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL17842696M

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The 'America on Stone' Collection comprises 1, prints acquired by Harry T. Peters (), a wealthy New York coal merchant and sportsman, in the course of his research on 19th-century lithography.

His first book, Currier & Ives, Printmakers to the American People (). America on stone book page book is the history of a piece of land located in Salem, New Hampshire, once called Mystery Hill and more recently called America's Stonehenge.

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Fell admits America on stone book "writing" has been mistaken for plow marks on stone, This should be taught in every high school and college in America. I suggest everybody in America read this book. flag Like see review. Preston rated it it was amazing/5. The first American stone books show up aboutincluding books carved by soldiers during the Civil War, but seem to be most popular from to The latest in this collection is from Judging from the quality of much of the carving, many books were probably made by professional stonecutters or monument makers.

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