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Ocean Hall Discovery of an American Classic, James Carroll Boyd, M.D.
1 James Carroll Boyd, M.D. Ocean Hall Discovery of an American Classic
Maryland James Carroll Boyd, M.D. 2011 First Edition Oversize Paperback New 
Dr. Jamie Boyd was born in Washington, DC, as a fifth generation Washingtonian. He grew up in Southern Maryland in St. Mary's County where his family went back over 300 years. It is also here that he has practiced medicine as a physician for the last 34 years. During most of this time he has also studied, restored, and studied again the historic home Ocean Hall. "Ocean Hall, Discovery of and American Classic' represents over 30 years of research in the fields of architecture and history in early colonial Maryland. In 355 pages, 610 illustrations and 297 footnotes, it meticulously records the many discoveries made at Ocean Hall, the surrounding of Bushwood and surrounding region once known as St. Clement's Mannor. Much of this information involves the late 17th and early 18th Centuries, and most of it has never been published before. Ocean Hall is the oldest house of Classic domestic architecture in America, and the only building that survives with an ancient construction technique known as a cruck roof. It is also one of our nation's earliest brick buildings. The unique and rare architectural and archaeological features of this home are displayed in numerous photographs throughout the manuscript. This book also chronicles, in great detail, recent scholarship on the earliest surviving buildings from America's Colonial South. This includes up to date discoveries in dendrochronology which, for the first time, have documented the true age of these early structures. 
Price: 48.95 USD
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Goin' Down County- An Architectural Journey THrough St. Mary's COunty, Kirk E. Renzetta
2 Kirk E. Renzetta Goin' Down County- An Architectural Journey THrough St. Mary's COunty
St. Mary's County, Maryland Maryland Historical Trust 2010 187839987X / 9781878399878 first hardcover new in shrinkwrap new 
Amazing publication with more than 571 photos. Pictures and stories of St. Mary's County churches, stores, residences, marine railways and boatbulding shops, tobacco barns, camps, lighthouses, grist mills, saw mills, farms, post offices, tobacco farms, schools and the lives of the people who shaped the 'mother county' of the state of Maryland. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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3 McAlester, Virginia; McAlester, A. Lee; McLean, Alex; McAlester, Lee Great American Houses and Their Architectural Styles
New York, New York, U.S.A. Abbeville Pr 1994 1558597506 / 9781558597501 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Very Good Jacket 
Very clean inside and out. Cover photos appears to be a bit faded from sun perhaps. Wine colored cloth covered boards with silver titles. "In this lavishly produced volume, authors Virginia and Lee McAlester explore outstanding landmark houses that exemplify America's major architectural an design styles from colonial times to the mid- twentieth century."Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good. 
Price: 44.40 USD
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I'm Goin' Down County, Ranzetta, Kirk E
4 Ranzetta, Kirk E I'm Goin' Down County
Crownsville, MD Maryland Historical Trust 2010 187839987X / 9781878399878 First HARDCOVER Brand New Brand New 
"St Mary's County, Maryland, the 'Mother County' of the State, is blessed with an architectural heritage that speaks to the history of its past residents. From the earliest colonial buildings such as Sotterley Plantation and Ocean Hall to the historic hangers and aircraft testing facilities at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, the county's built environment chronicles the exceptional events and the everyday lives that shaped the place that 100,000 people now call home. I'm Goin' Down County includes a historical narrative from the earliest periods of the County's history to the present. The book weaves the churches, stores, residences, marine railways and boatbuilding shops, tobacco barns. camps, lighthouses, as well as schools into a story of how 'countians' shaped, modified, and rebuilt the world around them to fit their needs. The volume also includes a detailed narrative of hundreds of historic properties located throughout the county. Profusely illustrated with black and white images taken of historic buildings, the book takes readers on an architectural journey through the oldest county in Maryland." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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5 Richardson, Charles H. PH. D Building Stones and Clays a Handbook for Architects and Engineers
Syracuse University Book Store Author (Orange Publishing Company) 1917 Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Jacket 
With 303 Copper Halftones and 10 Zinc Etchings. Very clean book. Binding is very solid and square. Burgundy boards with gold titles on spine. Very little shelf wear. 437 pages.Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 
Price: 111.10 USD
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