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Samuel McIntire of Salem

Lamia Doumato

Samuel McIntire of Salem

by Lamia Doumato

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Massachusetts,
  • Salem
    • Subjects:
    • McIntire, Samuel, 1757-1811 -- Bibliography,
    • Architecture -- Massachusetts -- Salem -- 18th century -- Bibliography,
    • Architect-designed furniture -- Massachusetts -- Salem -- Bibliography

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLamia Doumato.
      GenreBibliography.
      SeriesArchitecture series--bibliography,, A 1643
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ8561.17 .D68 1986, NA737.M25 .D68 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination10 p. ;
      Number of Pages10
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2340766M
      ISBN 100890289530
      LC Control Number86233423

      Mr. Samuel McIntire, Carver: The Architect of Salem by Kimbal, Fiske Edition: First edition Book condition: Fine Book Description. The district is named for Salem's celebrated architect-carver, Samuel McIntire, who lived at 31 Summer Street. His first major commission, the Peirce-Nichols House (), and several of his mature works including Hamilton Hall (), are among the buildings preserved within the district.

      Samuel McIntire: A Bicentennial Symposium Newbury Books has been selling fine books on art and architecture since Our books are in new, like new, or very good collectible condition. Buy Samuel McIntire: Carving an American Style by Dean T. Lahikainen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

      THE SILSBEE FAMILY FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY SOFA ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL MCINTIRE (), SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS, retains an old and possibly original finish, center rear legs of a later date 38½ in. high, 76 in. wide, 25 in. deep. Peabody Essex Museum. East India Square, Essex Street, Salem, MA , Toll Free


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Samuel McIntire of Salem by Lamia Doumato Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book Samuel McIntire: Carving an American Style is a beautiful artifact in its own right. Samuel McIntire of Salem book pages are filled with exquisite colored photographs, many taken by Dennis Helmar. Its typography,design, and production are impeccable/5(4). Samuel McIntire of Salem. [Lamia Doumato] Home.

WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Samuel McIntire; Samuel McIntire: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lamia Doumato. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Samuel McIntire, (born JanuarySalem, Mass.—died Feb.

6,Salem, Mass., U.S.), U.S. architect and craftsman known as “the architect of Salem.”A versatile craftsman, McIntire designed and produced furniture and interior woodwork in addition to his domestic architecture, in which he was influenced by the American architect Charles Bulfinch.

Frank Cousins (July 1, – June 6, ) was an American writer and photographer of Federal style architecture in New s’s photographs added to the preservation movement in the early s by documenting buildings and a style of architecture that was in danger of being demolished.

He was born, lived, and worked in Salem, MA. About Samuel McIntire Samuel McIntyre (Janu – February 6, ) was an American architect and craftsman, Chestnut Street District, a legacy to one of the earliest architects in the United States, Samuel McIntyre is a primary example of Federal style architecture.

Samuel McIntire, who was born and died in poverty, created so many fine Federal style buildings in Salem, Mass., that an entire historic district is named after him. He was born Jan. 16,to housewright Joseph McIntire and Sarah Ruck. He took up woodcarving as a trade, and he was so skilled his friend the Rev.

William Bentley [ ]. Wood-carver of Salem. New York, AMS Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Samuel McIntire; Samuel McIntire: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank Cousins; Phil M Riley.

Samuel McIntire: Carving an American\RStyle will long stand as the definitive source on the accomplishment of one of early America's "best of men" and best of designers."\R--Historical New Hampshire, "The art of carving and craft specialization in Federal Salem is covered by author Dean T.

Lahikainen, and in particular, McIntire's ornaments 5/5(1). Samuel McIntire of Salem: The Drawings and Papers of the Architect/Carver and His Relatives [Paul F.

Norton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. - Salem-based privateers capture and sink British vessels during the Revolutionary War. - The Old Courthouse is built; it was designed by Samuel McIntire. - Salem is the sixth largest city in the country, and the richest per capita.

- The Salem East Indiaman Friendship, or The Friendship as we know it today, was launched. At the back of this important book, published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name mounted at the Peabody Essex Museum in the fall ofis a bibliography compiled by Sarah N.

Chasse that contains nearly one hundred titles on Samuel McIntire, famed architect and carver of. For more on these copies and the importation of design books into Salem, see Barbara Jobe, “Importation of Books into Salem, Massachusetts: –,” unpublished research paper,p.

5, PL, PEM. Jacob Sanderson’s inventory lists three copies of Hepplewhite’s design book (Swan, Samuel McIntire and the Sandersons, p. 55). The microsite for the Samuel McIntire: Carving an American Style () exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum is still up, so you can check out “his” Salem for yourself, but I am featuring another introduction on this day: a children’s book titled A Shilling for Samuel () written and illustrated by.

For more than a century, historians have been searching for the true Samuel McIntire () and have been trying to define his role in shaping the cultural heritage of Salem, Massachusetts. Trained as a carpenter by his father, McIntire taught himself the art of architectural drawing and went on to design scores of public and private buildings in Salem, long celebrated for their elegance.

Internet Archive BookReader The wood-carver of Salem; Samuel McIntire, his life and work. The old Assembly House, Salem, Mass., built inis fairly typical of the style of architecture employed by Samuel McIntire The master carpenters of a hundred-odd years ago combined the present professions of architect, contractor, builder, decorator, and artisan.

The wood-carver of Salem; Samuel McIntire, his life and work Item Preview Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).

Samuel McIntire is the "architect of Salem" and is responsible for the design and construction of many of the houses in this area including the Peirce-Nichols House and The Gardner-Pingree House.

The area of the city where the Inn’s Curwen House is located is known as the McIntire District. Samuel McIntire (), American builder and furniture maker, was the most representative craftsman in New England in the late 18th century.

Samuel McIntire was born in Salem, Mass., and his career was summarized in his obituary in the Salem Gazette on Feb. 12, "Mr. McIntire was originally bred to the occupation of a house wright (his father. Samuel McIntire. Samuel McIntire (), American builder and furniture maker, was the most representative craftsman in New England in the late 18th century.

Samuel McIntire was born in Salem, Mass., and his career was summarized in his obituary in the Salem Gazette on Feb. 12, "Mr. McIntire was originally bred to the occupation of a house wright (his father's trade), but his. ,n.d. Scope and Content Note. InGeorge Dow, secretary of the Essex Institute of Salem, Massachusetts, informed Kimball of the institute's desire to publish in "a dignified and suitable manner" its collection of architectural drawings by Samuel McIntire.As this is the birthday week of Salem’s famed architect Samuel McIntire, I’ve got to feature some McIntire carriage houses which, again, is not difficult to do.

Everybody’s favorite McIntire house, the Gardner-Pingree house, has a charming carriage house in back which has a slightly smaller stature, in keeping with the general scale of.Configured a bit differently than our King Deluxe rooms, but still quite spacious, our comfortable Queen Deluxe rooms also showcase brilliant architectural details from 18th Century architect Samuel McIntire.

Our Salem, MA boutique hotel's Queen Deluxe guest rooms offer a plush queen bed with a custom-made padded headboard, gas fireplace,