Austin, TX: 1976. 101p, illustrations. 22cm. Gray cloth; dust jacket. Short tears to jacket, otherwise a fine copy in a very good jacket.
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Philadelphia: The Athenaeum, 1977. 77p, illustrations. 28cm. Stapled card. An ex library copy with label mark only in very good condition.
Denver: National Trust for Historic Preservation, January 13 & 14, 1986. 32p, illustrations. 28cm. Comb bound. One corner crease. A near fine copy.
Alexandria, VA: HABS Foundation, . 16p, illustrations. 22x28cm. Stapled card. A fine copy.
[Washington DC: Franklin School Committee], 1973. 58p, illustrations. 22x28cm. Second printing. Stapled card. Slight fading at edges. A near fine copy.
Washington DC: GPO, 1978. 279p, illustrations, bibliography, indexed. 28cm. Soft cover. An exlibrary copy; library bookplate on title page(National Trust). Prior owner's name on title page. In very good condition.
Washington DC: GPO, 1968. 92p, illustrations. 23x29cm. Soft cover. Spine edge slightly cockled; edges faded. In very good condition.
Zagreb: Ministry of Culture, April 2005. 236p, illustrations. 30cm. Soft cover. Corners lightly bumped; still, a near fine copy.
Albany, N.Y. The Group, 1978. 84pp. 29 cm. Soft cover. A near fine copy.
Hancock, MA: Hancock Shaker Village, 1984. 170pp. 25cm. Brown cloth back and illustrated paper boards. Inscribed and signed by AMmy Bess Miller. Small date stamp on the front free end paper; still, a fine copy.
Annapolis: Maryland Historical Trust, June 1973. Volume 1: 85p, illustrations, pocketed map; volume 2: 72p, illustrations, pocketed map. 22 x 28 cm. Soft cover. Spine end bumped, corner creases, slightly rubbed. In very good condition.
Lexington, VA: Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation, Inc., April, 1991. 71p, numerous illustratioins, fold outs, plans. 28cm. Comb bound. In very good condition.
Lancatser: 1972. Variously paginated; illustrations, maps. 28cm. Comb buond. Minor wear and in very good condition.
Washington DC: GPO, 1973. 98p, illustrations. 26cm. Stapled card. Fading at spine; prior owner's neat signature on the title page. In very good condition.
College Park, MD: The National Trust for Historic Preservation Library Collection and the University of Maryland Libraries, 2000. xxiii, 153p, illustrations, plans. 22x30cm oblong. Soft cover. Hampton Mansion, ancestral home of the Ridgely family, is the highlight of Hampton National Historic Site in Towson Maryland. The Mansion, a magnificent example of Georgian architecture, inspired the creation of the National Trust for Historic Preservation over 50 years ago. Renowned architectural historian Charles E. Peterson began detailed study of the Mansion and its dependencies in 1949. Only one hundred typescript copies of Peterson's notes on Hampton were produced by the National Park Service in 1970. Now, after three decades, the University of Maryland presents a new and enhanced edition of Notes on Hampton Mansion, including more than seventy illustrations documenting the Mansion and grounds; expanded and updated references; a new introduction by Lynn Hastings; and a glossary of terms describing 19th century household effects in the 1829 estate inventory of Charles Cranan Ridgely. A new copy.
Washington DC: National Building Museum, 1988. 48p, illustrations. 24x29cm. Cover creases. A very good copy.
New Orleans: City of New Orleans, 1974. 23p, illustrations, map. 21x28cm. Stapled card. Errata stapled to title page; small date stamp penciled, note on title page. In very good condition.