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Imprints, Canterbury, New Hampshire

Auction:
2898M
Lot:
133
Sold for:
$215$175

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Auction:
American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2898M
Location:
Marlborough
Date / Time :
June 04, 2016 10:00AM

Description:

Imprints, Canterbury, New Hampshire, The Story of Shakerism, by Jessie Evans, East Canterbury 1939 and 1941; auction catalog: Shaker Farm Guernseys Dispersal Sale May 7, 1945 (rare); four copies of 1950 Shaker tracts; a Shaker "Rhubarb" label; The Life and Gospel Experiences of Mother Ann Lee, by Henry C. Blinn; A Brief Exposition of the Principles and Regulations of the Shaker Society, East Canterbury, 1895; A Concise History of The United Society of Believers 1898, by Charles Robinson; and a Shaker hymnal, East Canterbury, New Hampshire, 1908.
Estimate $150-200


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Charles C. Adams, Jim Johnson, John S. Williams, Marguerite Fellows Melcher, Mary Rose Boswell, Stephen Guion Williams, Charles Edson Robinson, Dorothy M. Filley, Benjamin Collins Woodbury, Caroline B. Piercy, James McMurtry Longo, Janet Streeter Fowke, Edward D. Andrews, June Sprigg, Galen Beale, Edward Andrews, Faith Andrews, Christian pacifism, Clara Endicott Sears, Communalism, Indian Shaker Church, Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, Shaker communities, Shaker furniture, Shakers, Simple Gifts, Simple living

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