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Fences, Gates and Garden Houses by Carl F. Schmidt Pdf
A treasure trove of measured drawings and photographs, this volume depicts wood fences, gates, and small garden houses of New England. Several of these elegantly detailed constructions were built between the Revolutionary War and 1825, and many of them no longer exist. Restorationists and preservationists will find this collection a valuable resource.
Old-Time Gates and Fences and How to Build Them by George A. Martin Pdf
First published over a century ago, this practical guide shows how to add traditional fences, gates, and bridges to your house, farm, or garden. More than 300 illustrations accompany straightforward instructions.
Small Buildings, Small Gardens by Gordon Hayward Pdf
Gardens are filled with structures: gazebos and pergolas, pools andhildren's playspaces, sheds, fences and arbors. These pose a uniquehallenge to planning a landscape that successfully navigates and envelopeshe structures. Landscape design expert, Gordon Hayward, presents situationsn which garden structures have successfully been incorporated into theverall plan. With clear, straightforward and insightful text this is fullyllustrated with photographs and watercolors. It is a thoroughlynspirational and practical resource.
How to Build Wooden Gates and Picket Fences by Kevin Geist Pdf
This revised edition goes through the appropriate steps for planning and locating a fence, setting posts, creating infill, and attaching gates and includes techniques for building the fence you want, advice on tools, materials, foundations, and special features, easy-to-use patterns, and new full-color photos.
Hints originally intended for the small farmers of the County of Wexford; but suited to the circumstances of most parts of Ireland. Sixth edition, revised and enlarged, etc by Martin DOYLE (pseud. [i.e. William Hickey.]) Pdf
Landmarks of Rochester and Monroe County by Paul Malo Pdf
This beautiful book, with its more than 100 superb photographs and perceptive text, makes visible an awareness of the relationship of past to present, of old to new, that will give all readers, wherever they live, new eyes with which to see their own familiar streets. For the people in Rochester and Monroe County, resident or visitor, the book is arranged geographically and is designed as a guide and itinerary, with maps of walking and driving routes for viewing neighborhoods and downtown areas of the city and villages in the county. The focus is never on isolated “notable buildings,” but on their relation to the areas of which they are an integral part. For those whose interest is architectural history there are abundant photographs or beautiful buildings—old as well as new, commercial as well as residential—with the text providing architectural and historical information. This book is sponsored by the Landmark Society of Western New York, with assistance from the New York Council on the Arts.
American Gardens of the Nineteenth Century by Ann Leighton Pdf
American Gardens of the Nineteenth Century is the final of three authoritative volumes of garden history by Ann Leighton. This witty and detailed book focuses on nineteenth-century gardens and gardening. Leighton's material for the book was drawn from letters, books, and other primary sources. Throughout the book are reproductions of contemporary illustrations and descriptive listings of native and new plants that were cultivated during the nineteenth century. Leighton gives much attention to influential people such as plant explorers and designers of public parks. Not only does she record the development of gardening, but she also shows the historical growth and change in nineteenth-century America. Companion volumes by Ann Leighton Early American Gardens For Meate or Medicine American Gardens in the Eighteenth Century For Use or for Delight
Garden photographer Janet Loughrey has covered the vast Adirondacks region to document how people have overcome the area's challenging mountain climate to create beautiful gardens for the past 150 years. Her profiles of contemporary gardeners and landscapers and their creations are supplemented with fascinating historic photos of the lavish landscaping of famed Adirondack-style estates such as Nirvana and the Knapp Estate and grand old hotel resorts such as Scaroon Manor and Sagamore.