New York: Russell F. Whitehead, 1925-1929. Paperback. 13 issues. 4to. Stiff cream wrappers. Various paginations, most ca. 20pp. Numerous full-page illustrations, floor plans. Very good overall. Outer wrappers (only) show mild bit of edgewear and light soiling, else internally tight and largely near fine. Item #47145
Attractive baker's dozen of individual issues of this interesting bi-monthly that ran between 1916 and 1939 -- and not in the hardbound ex-library form usually seen. Although wrapper and title pages vary the title somewhat, each issue has a distinct colonial-era focus, as follows chronologically: Volume XI, Number 2: "Interior Woodwork in New England During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries" by Edwin J. Hipkiss; Volume XI, Number 3: "Early Dutch Houses of New Jersey" by Clifford C. Wendehack; Volume XI, Number 5: "Country Meeting Houses along the Massachusetts-New Hampshire Line" by Robert P. Bellows; Volume XI, Number 6: "The George Read II House at New Castle Delaware" by Herbert C. wise; Volume XII, Number 1: "New Castle, Delaware an Eighteenth Century Town" by William D. Foster; Volume XII, Number 3: "The Burlington County Court House at Mount Holly New Jersey" by Fenimore C. Woolman; Volume XIII, Number 5: "The Col. Robert Means House at Amherst New Hampshire" by Lois Lilley Howe; Volume XIII, Number 6: "Some Old Time Churches of Vermont" by Egerton Swartwout; Volume XIV, Number 2: "The Charm of Old Charleston a New World City of Old World Memories"; Volume XIV, Number 3: "A Town House of Charleston, South Carolina the William Gibbes Residence" by Roy Marvin; Volume XIV, Number 4: "Some Charleston Mansions" by Joseph Everett Chandler; Volume XIV, Number 6: "The Edwards-Smyth House Charleston, South Carolina" by Albert Simons; Volume XV, Number 1: "Churches in Eight American Colonies Differing in Elements of Design" by Hobart B. Upjohn.