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Eveleth (Samuel F.) School-House Architecture, lithographed additional title and 67 plates, ex-library copy with one or two stamps but a good copy, original cloth, [Hitchcock 430], New York, [1870] § Dwyer (Chas. P.) The Economy of Church, Parsonage and School Architecture, lithographed plates and plans, some foxing and light water-staining, contemporary embossed roan, worn, joints split, spine defective at head,[Hitchcock 390], Buffalo, 1856 § American Institute of Instruction. The Introductory Discourse and the Lectures...to which is added an Essay on the Construction of School-Houses [by William A.Alcott], 2 full-page illustrations of classroom layouts, ex-library copy with labels, occasional spotting, broken and loose in contemporary cloth, uncut, worn and faded, crudely rebacked, Boston, 1832 § Barnard (Henry) Report on the Condition and Improvement of the Public Schools of Rhode Island, illustrations, original printed blue wrappers, spine faded, Providence, 1846, all rubbed, 4to & 8vo (4)

⁂ The first is a scarce pattern book of designs in the "Stick Style", the wooden vernacular of the period; the second contains some original designs; the third includes other essays on schools and education; the fourth is by a noted American educational reformer.

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Eveleth (Samuel F.) School-House Architecture, lithographed additional title and 67 plates, ex-library copy with one or two stamps but a good copy, original cloth, [Hitchcock 430], New York, [1870] § Dwyer (Chas. P.) The Economy of Church, Parsonage and School Architecture, lithographed plates and plans, some foxing and light water-staining, contemporary embossed roan, worn, joints split, spine defective at head,[Hitchcock 390], Buffalo, 1856 § American Institute of Instruction. The Introductory Discourse and the Lectures...to which is added an Essay on the Construction of School-Houses [by William A.Alcott], 2 full-page illustrations of classroom layouts, ex-library copy with labels, occasional spotting, broken and loose in contemporary cloth, uncut, worn and faded, crudely rebacked, Boston, 1832 § Barnard (Henry) Report on the Condition and Improvement of the Public Schools of Rhode Island, illustrations, original printed blue wrappers, spine faded, Providence, 1846, all rubbed, 4to & 8vo (4)

⁂ The first is a scarce pattern book of designs in the "Stick Style", the wooden vernacular of the period; the second contains some original designs; the third includes other essays on schools and education; the fourth is by a noted American educational reformer.

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