American Furniture 1994

Editorial Statement

Luke Beckerdite

Allen M. Taylor

Luke Becerdite

Identifying and Understanding Repairs and Structural
Problems in Windsor Furniture

Nancy Goyne Evans

Architect-Designed Furniture in Eighteenth-Century
Virginia: The Work of William Buckland and
William Bernard Sears

Luke Beckerdite

Leon Marcotte: Cabinetmaker and Interior Decorator
Nina Gray

John Cogswell and Boston Bombé Furniture: Thirty-Five Years of Revolution in Politics and Design
Robert Mussey and Anne Rogers Haley

Flat Gates, Draw Bars, Twists, and Urns: New York’s
Distinctive, Early Baroque Oval Tables with Falling Leaves

Peter M. Kenny

Jean Berger’s Design Book: Huguenot Tradesmen and the Dissemination of French Baroque Style
Robert A. Leath

A Masonic Master’s Chair Revealed
Susan Buck

English Furniture Pattern Books in Eighteenth-Century

Morrison H. Heckscher

The Work of Clotworthy Stephenson, William Hodgson
and Henry Ingle in Richmond, Virginia, 1787–1806

Sumpter T. Priddy III and Martha C. Vick

Book Reviews

Portsmouth Furniture: Masterworks from the New Hampshire Seacoast, organized and edited by Brock Jobe; review by David L. Barquist

American Tables and Looking Glasses in the Mabel Brady Garvan and Other Collections at Yale University, David L. Barquist; review by John Hays

Clock Making in New England, 1725–1825: An Interpretation of the Old Sturbridge Village Collection, Philip Zea and Robert C. Cheney, edited by Caroline F. Sloat; review by Thomas S. Michie

New England Natives: A Celebration of People and Trees, Sheila Connor; review by Gerald W. R. Ward

Recent Writing on American Furniture: A Bibliography
Gerald W. R. Ward