American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 12 - "Fleetwood," The Residence of Robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island


Pages 453-492 plus xxiv pages of great vintage ads. Many great black and white photos. Features: American Homes and Gardens Garden Competition - The Amazing First Price Garden of Charles J. Pilling, Esq., Lansdowne, PA; The Craft of Hammering and Piercing Metal; Some Western Homes - Costing from Four to Six Thousand Dollars, including those of B.W. Cleveland, Esq., of Wilmette, IL, Mrs. Kavana, Mr. Mars, and Mr. Smith; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them - IV - A Concrete Fence; The Interior Details of the Bungalow and its Furnishings; Making Soil; Homes of American Artists - "Fleetwood," the Residence of robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island; Colonial Fireplaces and Fire-Irons; One-page ad for Chickering & Sons pianos; Index to all issues from Volume VI, January to December, 1909; Nice color back page ad for the Columbia Grafonola, with illustration of Spanish tenor Constantino; and more. Printed on glossy stock. Complete and unmarked with average wear. Disbound from a larger volume with related residue along coverfold. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 12 - "Fleetwood," The Residence of Robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island

Author: Priestman, M.; Nichols, F.; Davison, R.; Locke, K.; Powell, E.; Ferree, B.; Et al

Illustrator: Wallick, E.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Architecture, Gardening,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Munn & Company: 1909

ISBN Number: B00KLMVESO

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 201h0848

Keywords: American Homes and Gardens Magazine, December (Dec.) 1909, Volume VI, No. 12 - "Fleetwood, " The Residence of Robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island American Homes and Gardens Garden Competition - The Amazing First Price Garden of Charles J. Pilling, Esq., Lansdowne, PA; The Craft of Hammering and Piercing Metal; Some Western Homes - Costing from Four to Six Thousand Dollars, including those of B.W. Cleveland, Esq., of Wilmette, IL, Mrs. Kavana, Mr. Mars, and Mr. Smith; Concrete Ornaments for the Garden and How to Make Them - IV - A Concrete Fence; The Interior Details of the Bungalow and its Furnishings; Making Soil; Homes of American Artists - "Fleetwood, " the Residence of robert V.V. Sewell, A.N.A., Oyster Bay, Long Island; Colonial Fireplaces and Fire-Irons; One-page ad for Chickering & Sons pianos; Index to all issues from Volume VI, January to December, 1909; Nice color back page ad for the Columbia Grafonola, with illustration of Spanish tenor Constantino,