Albany: University of the State of New York, 1933. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 322. Illus. with 65 b/w photos and drawings, 1 map. Bound in paper wraps, name on cover and rear blank. "This comprehensive work is devoted primarily to the industries of the eastern Shaker communities, but it has...
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Godalming, Surrey: Colour Library Books, Cresent Books, 1991. 4to, pp. 70. VG in dj. Illustrated throughout.
NY: Dover, (1962). Reprint of the 1940 edn. 8vo, pp. 170. Paper wraps. Illustrated. Cover little yellowed and worn, o/w VG. A full and authoritative account of Shaker music and ritual dances.
NY: Oxford Univ Press, 1953. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 309. Brown cloth, a very good copy.
Bloomington IN: Indiana University, (1966). First Edition. 4to, pp. 106. Suggested reading. Copiously illustrated with black-and-white photographs. Ivory cloth, stamped in black. With two clippings laid in. Cover spotted and browned, o/w a VG tight copy.
Albany, NY: Albany Institute of History and Art, 1975. Edited by Mary L Richmond. Square. 8vo, pp. 128. Illustrated. Pages litle rippled, o,w VG. A history of the Shaker settlements in Albany County, NY.
Pittsfield, (MA): Published by the author, 1828. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 300. Bound in contemporary mottled calf, red leather spine label, ex-library, stamp at head of title-page, bookplate, lacks the front end paper, some light toning to the pages, a very good copy. Pages 232-233 were originally sealed. The hymns...
Urbana IL: University of Illinois, (1989). First printing. 8vo, pp. 225. Notes, index. Near fine in slightly scuffed dj. The cultures of three post-Civil War utopian communities: The Shakers, Koreshans, and Sanctificationists.
NY: Crescent Books, (1988). First printing. 4to, pages not numbered. Color photographs of Shaker buildings and artifacts from several different Shaker sites. Some explanatory text. Boards slightly warped, o/w a nice copy in dj.
Albany: Packard & Van Benthuysen, 1831. First Edition. 12mo, pp. 112. Bound in original boards, cloth back (spine frayed and torn), some moderate wear, foxing and soiling, a very good copy. Also sometimes ascribed to William Ladd. (See the long note in Richmond) which indicates that was actually written by...