1 edition of The splendid library of Mrs. Cortlandt Field Bishop, Lenox, Mass found in the catalog.
in New York
Written in English
|Other titles||Comprising sets of standard authors in fine bindings, handsomely bound French classics in limited editions, beautifully illustrated books--private press books, extra illustrated books and sumptuous bindings, together with a collected set of the works of Charles Dickens, and a magnificent copy of the genuine first edition of A strange gentleman with the genuine "Phiz" frontispiece; sold by her order.|
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Miss Bishop Plays Santa on Father's Estate at Lenox Distributes Gifts for All Employees of Cortlandt Field JJisiiop. fiprcial Dispatch to Tub N"?w York JIerai.h T-kkjox. Mass., Deo. ?Miss Beatrice! Bend Bishop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' Cortlandt Field Bishop, who Is a senior at Vassar College, assumed the role of Santa Claus this. This revised edition of the award-winning volume Houses of the Berkshires, –, () chronicles the distinctive social and literary colony of Lenox and Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
The auction catalogs collection represents 69 auction houses and spans rare book-selling activity from to (with the majority dating from to ), offering an historical view of the rare book business in America. Since the auction catalogs were mainly used as acquisition tools by the New York State Library, the collection also offers insight into the formation of the original. - Under increasing religious persecution, ab men, women and children from East Anglia came to what is now the Boston area. The first "fleet" was organized by John Winthrop who became governor. At the time Lenox was formed, most residents would have traced their linage to this group of early settlers.
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Get print book. No eBook available. Cortlandt Field Bishop No preview available - Bibliographic information. Title: The Cortlandt F. Bishop Library Part 4 of The Cortlandt F. Bishop Library : Sold by Order of the Executors, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries (Firm).
Cortlandt Field Bishop (Novem – Ma ) was an American pioneer aviator, balloonist, autoist, book collector, and traveler. Early life. He was born on Novem to David Wolfe Bishop (–) and Florence Van Corltandt Field (–).
in Lenox, Massachusetts. After his death, Education: Columbia University. Billionaire Cortland Field Bishop comes to the rescue in Snow Storm Lenox MA Cortlandt Field Bishop () son of David Wolfe Bishop (–) and and Florence Van Corltandt Field (–) was an collector, art dealer, author, aviator, balloonist, autoist, traveler, owner of Anderson Gallery, the American Art Association, and.
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1, likes 63 talking about this were here. The Lenox Library open since Archives related to: Bishop, Cortlandt F. (Cortlandt Field), title: American Art Association records, (bulk ) repository: The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library. LENOX — The site of the Hinsdale cabin, the home of the first white settler in this town, was marked today by a bronze tablet through the interest of Cortlandt Field Bishop.
The site of the cabin is on the east side of Stockbridge Street, the old county road, about 50 rods south of Court House hil. Library Hours.
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Lenox Library Association Book Sale The Annual Book Sale Took Place on August at the LENOX TOWN HALL Your donations make the annual sale possible. We are all set with donations for the sale. We will resume collection in September.
To schedule the pick-up. Visitors to the Berkshires are shown the site between Lenox and Stockbridge, Massachusetts, where America's great novelist, Nathaniel 48 LENOX Hawthorne, wrote a Wonder Book to delight his little son and daughters, and afterward, in memory of the place, he put together Tanglewood Talcs.
Get this from a library. The magnificent French library formed by the late Cortlandt F. Bishop ; the porperty of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Falcke, Lenox, Massachusetts, to be sold by their order: to be sold Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, December seventh and eighth .
[Kende Galleries at. Mrs. Cortlandt Field Bishop wore a light summer gown of blue and a cream straw hat. Mrs. Carey wore a tailor navy satin trimmed with buttons and a black straw. Mrs. De Wltte was an In gray, and Mrs. John Magee wore a dark foulard and a Wg black hat Mrs. Guggenheim wore a long black saln coat, closf, fitting, and Mrs.
Harry Lehr wore. The Bishop Effect. Cortland Field Bishop Interlaken Cortland Field Bishop () drove fast cars, invested in the Wright Brothers, wrote about history and collected books.
Like several of his Lenox estate owning counterparts, both his father and mother came from wealthy families. Bishop, Cortlandt F. (Cortlandt Field), Magnificent French library formed by the late Cortlandt F.
Bishop. New York: Kende Galleries, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cortlandt F Bishop; Kende Galleries. Very good set of this magnificent library catalogue.
Many plates of bookbindings. A fifth volume that is not present was issued in and described Bishop's French books. Light cover wear. Ownership inscription in pencil. Adolf Berle married Beatrice Bishop (–), the daughter of Cortlandt Field Bishop (–) and Amy Bend (), in Beatrice was the granddaughter George Hoffman Bend (–), a member of the New York Stock Exchange and prominent in New York Society.
Adolf and Beatrice had two daughters, and a son, who in turn, had. Update. New-York Historical is temporarily closed to help contain the spread of COVID, but we expect to reopen August 14 with a free, outdoor exhibition.
His latest book is “Well-Wheeled: How Cortlandt Field Bishop, Marguerite Westinghouse, Alden Sampson II and Gilded Age Lenox Cottagers Fueled the Brass Era of American Automobiling. The Field Library, located in the heart of Peekskill’s downtown Artist District – is a knowledge center for residents of Peekskill and the Town of Cortland.
There is something for everyone – from the littlest library lovers, to seniors looking to expand their creativity working with teaching artists and taking computer classes. Cortlandt Field Bishop, of Lenox, was joyous to drive his Société Citroën-Kégresse-Hinstin K1 on- and off-road in the Berkshire and environs in winter.
Berkshire Eagle File Photo By Bernard A. DrewLENOX, Mass. Most Gilded Age Berkshire cottagers scattered south or overseas in the cold months. Cortlandt Field Bishop, on the contrary, embraced snow.See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. A line drawing of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade.
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