|Object Name||Periodical Excerpt|
|Title||Colonial Dressed Stone Structures|
Seven-page article (with photographs) appearing on pages 2-8 in the Fall 1975 (volume IV, Number 1) issue of "American Folklife," journal of the American Folklife Society. Article titled "Colonial Dressed Stone Structures" discusses dressed stone houses, V-pointing & flat pointing, brick arches & dressed stone, etc.
Approximately half of the article uses four separate current Trust properties as examples of dressed stone structures: DeTurk House, Keim Cabin, White Horse Tavern, and Douglass Mansion. Other buildings used as examples are the LeVan Manor House, Cook Mansion, Kaufman Manor House.
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Trust only has access to digital copy of page recorded in this database. Physical material is part of a private collection.
Article courtesy of the American Folklife Society, publisher, and Richard Shaner, author.
As of 4/14/2010 copyright permission for use of photographs from this article has not been granted.
Shaner, Richard H.
Walch, Robert S.
|Creator||Shaner, Richard H.|
Keim Cabin Photo
White Horse Tavern
White Horse Tavern Photo