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<contents, ix> Contents Foreword by Bruce Barnes, Founder, American Decorative Art 1900 Foundation Acknowledgments Note to the Reader Introduction: Everything in My Life Seemed to Point toward This Work by Sarah Fayen, Curator, Chipstone Foundation Chapter 1. Memories, Pleasures, and Promises Chapter 2. A Corner in the Study of Anna Katharine Green Chapter 3. Grandeur Never Before Experienced Chapter 4. From Casting About to a Graceful Writing Set Chapter 5. The Rohlfs Furniture Chapter 6. The True and False in Furniture Chapter 7. A New Art and A New Artist Chapter 8. The City of Light Chapter 9. An Artist Who Works in Wood Chapter 10. Twentieth-Century Progressive yet Strictly American Chapter 11. Growing Old Gracefully Appendix. Illustrations of Works by Charles Rohlfs in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Notes Selected List of Works Cited Index Illustration Credits
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Rohlfs, Charles, 1853-1936 -- Exhibitions.
Furniture design -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.