“The Hitchcock Chair, The Story of a Connecticut Yankee...”
By John T. Kenney.
Published by Clarkson Potter in 1971.
DISCUSSION: "The story of a Connecticut Yankee- L. Hitchcock of Hitchcockville- and an account of the restoration of his 19th century manufactory". This reference surveys the 19th century chairs and other furniture made by Hitchcock as well as the rise and fall of the Hitchcock factory, and its subsequent revival. The standard reference to the Andrew Wyeth of American furniture.
DESCRIPTION: Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 339 pages, 11 color plates and 400+ black & white illustrations, dust jacket.
CONDITION NOTES: Minor wear, a little soil and wear to the dust jacket. A name is written on the first page, but otherwise clean and nice, with a tight binding and no other marks.
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