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Personal Name: French, Hollis, 1868-1940. Download book Jacob Hurd and his sons Nathaniel & Benjamin, silversmiths, 1702-1781
Personal Name: French, Hollis, 1868-1940. Publication, Distribution, et. New York,. Da Capo Press, (c)1972. Physical Description: xvi, 147, 8 p. illus. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. Download book Jacob Hurd and his sons Nathaniel & Benjamin, silversmiths, 1702-1781. Foreword by Kathryn C. Buhler.
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Hollis French, Jacob Hurd and His Sons Nathaniel and Benjamin: Silversmiths 1702-1781, 1939, no. 147, p. 40 Patricia Kane, Colonial Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers, 1998, p. 598. Lot Essay. The engraved inscriptions read, . Bowditch and Harold Bowditch from J. Marcou.
Jacob Hurd and His Sons Nathaniel & Benjamin: Silversmiths 1702-1781. Colonial Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers: A Biographical Dictionary Based on the Notes of Francis Hill Bigelow & John Marshall Phillips. Cambridge, MA: Riverside Press for the Walpole Society, 1939. Reproduced: frontispiece; Mentioned: pp. 138-40. The Birth of the American Tradition in Art. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1940. Reproduced: p. 89; Mentioned: pp. 102-105. Foote, Helen S. "A Collection of Early American Silver Gift of Hollis French. New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery, 1997.
Nathaniel Hurd was the son of Jacob Hurd, who was also a noted Boston silversmith, whose works are in the collections of the . Jacob Hurd and his sons Nathaniel & Benjamin, silversmiths, 1702–1781. Walpole Society, 1939.
Nathaniel Hurd was the son of Jacob Hurd, who was also a noted Boston silversmith, whose works are in the collections of the Peabody Essex Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Strawbery Banke Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Charles Dexter Allen (1895), American book-plates, a guide to their study, London: George Bell & Sons, OCLC 1472039. "Portrait of Nathaniel Hurd by Copley. Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art, Vol. 10, No. 3 (Ma. 1923).
Jacob Hurd and his sons Nathaniel & Benjamin, silversmiths, 1702–1781. Only 11 days after the construction of Hollis Hall, a fire destroyed Old Harvard Hall, in 1766, Thomas Dawes was again chosen as master builder, to replace this building. Three decades Harvard again called upon him, this time to build Stoughton Hall, he helped build the Shirley-Eustis House for Governor William Shirley. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1784, he attended Old South Church from 1786 until his death in 1809, was a good friend of John Hancock.
Jacob Hurd and His Sons Nathaniel and Benjamin: Silversmiths 1702-1781. ISBN 13: 9780306704062.
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