Original vintage magazine article, THE EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN COUNTRY HOUSE by Harold Donaldson Eberlein, Part II. 1922 article. Pictured is the Parson Williams house, built at Deerfield, MA. The Ridout house, Annapolis, Maryland; Waynesborough, the former home of General Anthony Wayne of Revolutionary fame, Paoli, PA; A home in Cliveden (Philadelphia) with the characteristics of the Early and Middle Georgian period; Mount Pleasant, Philadelphia; The ;Amstel house, built at Newcastle, DE. in 1730; Andalusia, near Philadelphia is an example of Graeco Roman architecture; The north front of Woodlands, Philadelphia, 1772. This is an old 1922 magazine article.
Approximate size 9.5 x 14 inches.