[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Carolina Plantations: Lost Photographs from the Historic American Buildings Survey ✈ William P. Baldwin III – Ivogue.co.uk

Carolina Plantations: Lost Photographs from the Historic American Buildings Survey These Great Plantations Are Symbols Of The South And Days Gone By Today Perhaps Only A Hundred Along The Coast And Another Hundredinland Remain Many Of The Great Plantation Homes Were Lost During The Time Of War, And Many Were Simply Allowed To Collapse In The Aftermath This Collection Of Photographs Represents Some Of The Most Stunning Work Present In The Historic American Buildings Survey, An Effort To Catalogue And Document The Architecture And Building Culture Of America In The South, Especially, These Photographs Became Invaluable Records Of A Way Of Life That Was Quickly Disappearing The Selections Here, Presented By William P Baldwin, Capture These Lost Dwellings Sometimes As A Fragment, Sometimes A Whole Building And Showcase The Grand Tradition And Romantic Detail Of These Icons Of The South.


15 thoughts on “Carolina Plantations: Lost Photographs from the Historic American Buildings Survey

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed looking through this book The pictures of the homes and their interiors are great There are some details to accompany each picture, but like another reviewer stated, I wish there were a little details Especially about the family who suffered great misfortune Also,I wish the houses were organized by geographic location, and that the locations were given with each picture, instead of on a back page Overall, I enjoyed it and learned some new things, and added some new pla...


  2. says:

    I really enjoyed looking through this book of South Carolina plantation homes Some were a little surprising like a Frank Lloyd Wright house, complete with a dog kennel also designed by Wright in back , but mostly it ...


  3. says:

    While an interesting glimpse into post Revolution, pre Civil War Carolina plantation architecture, the book did not attempt to answer questions raised by its text seriously, why tell us that a house was built for a young English couple of great misfortune and then not elaborate nor does it...


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