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5 edition of Canes from the seventeenth to the twentieth century found in the catalog.

Canes from the seventeenth to the twentieth century

by Jeffrey B. Snyder

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Published by Schiffer Pub. in Atglen, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Staffs (Sticks, canes, etc.) -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 245), price guide, and index.

    Other titlesCanes from the 17th to the 20th century.
    StatementJeffrey B. Snyder.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK8645 .S67 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination252 p. :
    Number of Pages252
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1446245M
    ISBN 100887405495
    LC Control Number93085079

    The ELZEVIR FAMILY operated active presses in Leyden, The Hague, Utrecht, and Amsterdam from to , with their greatest, most characteristic work being done across the heart of the 17th century — roughly –The great WING BIBLIOGRAPHY of books printed in Great Britain and British America, and English-language books printed in other countries, covers the years –   By the end of the 20th century, an estimated 5 million Americans a year will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. —A medical explanation emerges in the U.S. for the rising rates of diabetes: the pancreas of a diabetes patient was unable to produce what {is} termed “insulin,” a chemical the body uses to break down sugar.

    Illustration copyright , Diana BryanThe following is a complete list of the titles included in the exhibition Books of the Century at The New York Public Library's Center for the Humanities, J , and in The New York Public Library's Books of the Century, published by Oxford University Press.   The 20th century opens at the tail end of the so-called first golden age of children’s books in the UK (generally held to date from the s until ). This rich period was followed by the dislocation of the First World War (–18) and its immediate aftermath when relatively few children’s books were published.

      By the middle of the seventeenth century there w alehouses in England, one for every hundred inhabitants. Syphilis, known as ‘the great pox’ was common and the usual treatment was for the sufferer to be brought up to simmering point in a bath of mercury. The 20th century saw an increasing use of technology in chair construction with such things as all-metal folding chairs, metal-legged chairs, the Slumber Chair, moulded plastic chairs and ergonomic chairs, recliner chairs (easy chair), butterfly chair, beanbag chairs, the egg or pod chair, plywood and laminate wood chairs, and massage chairs.


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Canes from the seventeenth to the twentieth century by Jeffrey B. Snyder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Canes: From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century Hardcover – March 1, by Jeffrey B. Snyder (Author)Cited by: 1. Captions include the values of all the pictured walking sticks, which come from a who's who of collectors and sellers.

Snyder, a writer who specializes in the subject of antiques, is also the author of Canes: From the Seventeenth Through the Twentieth Century (). Oversize: x". Annotation © Book News, Inc., Portland, OR /5(2). Canes From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century (Book): Snyder, Jeffrey B.: A magnificent tour of canes and staffs from the late seventeenth through the twentieth century in both folk art and formal designs.

Color photographs provide a sweeping survey of the varying cane forms available to collectors today, including canes with handles bearing human and animal forms, scrimshaw and glass.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 32 cm: Other Titles: Canes from the 17th to the 20th century. Antique Walking Stick & Canes From the 17th to the 20th Century, by: Jeffrey B.

Snyder. This is a photographic study of antique walking sticks and canes. CANES ~ From The Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century [17th/20th/antique/collectible/collectable/walking sticks] Jeffrey B. Snyder Published by. Canes From the 17th to the 20th Century (Antique Walking Sticks) by: Jeffrey B.

Snyder A magnificent tour of canes and staffs from the late seventeenth through the twentieth century in both folk art and formal designs. "Cane" is a difficult, modernistic book that resists easy Jean Toomer's "Cane" () is one of the lesser-known masterworks of American literature.

An enigmatic figure, Toomer ( -- ) wrote "Cane" at the age of 27 and never published another novel, assuming that "Cane" itself can loosely be so /5. Wooden Vintage Walking Sticks and Canes. From the 17th century to the early 20th century, wooden walking sticks were widely used.

While they could be used on long hikes and for people with disabilities, most people used them to make a fashion statement. In late 17th century and early part of the 18th century, the cane began replacing the sword as the accessory of choice for gentlemen about town in Europe and in the colonies.

The more decorative a cane was, the more wealthy the gentleman was and it could still be use as a weapon in dire circumstances. Other notable works include "Canes Throughout the Ages" by renowned collector Francis Monek and "Canes from the 17th to the 20th Century" by Jeffrey B.

Snyder. A wonderful book by Italian collector Alfredo Lamberti provides useful information along with a collection of stunning photographs of both decorative and system walking sticks. Cane: Cuba, Brazil, and Louisiana after Emancipation’’, American Historical Review, 99 (), Laws are placed on the statute book but might then quickly become dead letters.

Such laws are said to have little impact from the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century. Place a Hold — Canes From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century, Book by Snyder, Jeffrey B. Added Canes Through the Ages Canes Through the Ages, Book With Value Guide.

From 17th Century Walking Canes became fashionable with gold handles and tassels. Men posed with their canes as can be seen in their portraits and by 18th century the cane evolve into more elaborate and excessive, forms, producing highly decorative cane designs.

The Victorians however saw the walking cane as a clothing and fashion accessory. In addition to being a common cold buster, peppermint was simply a popular flavor, particularly in America since the late s. “Rigby’s Reliable Candy Teacher,” a confectionary guidebook from the early s written by Will O.

Rigby, details the process of making a candy they can be made in any flavor, color, or size, Rigby points out that peppermint and lemon are the best. About 50 years later, the first red-and-white-striped candy canes appeared. No one knows who exactly invented the stripes, but based on historical Christmas cards, we know that no striped candy canes appeared prior to the year Illustrations of striped candy canes didn't even show up until the beginning of the 20th : Mary Bellis.

History Of Walking Canes is a brief history of walking canes-from authority to accessory. The history of walking sticks-from the dawn of time to modern day. The actual phrase “walking cane” was not in existence until the sixteenth century.

Up until then, walking sticks had been used for centuries, originally as an aid for traveling over uneven ground and as a defensive weapon, and. Punishment in Boarding Schools in the Early s It was not required to document the use of a slipper in a punishment book as it was for a cane or strap, so it was considered a lesser form of punishment.

In some English schools, the tawse was used well into the 20th century, with the child being struck on the bottom. Best Books of the 19th Century The best books published during the 19th century (January 1st, through December 31st ). See also Most Rated Book By Year Best Books By Century: 21st, 20th, 19th, 18th, 17th, 16th, 15th,14th, 13th, 12th, 11th, 10th, 9th, 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 4th Best Books by Decade.

Canes and other walking sticks remained popular into the twentieth century. Although people had carried rough walking sticks or simple canes for centuries, it was during the seventeenth century that these sticks, often topped with ivory, as seen here, or jewels, became carefully crafted items carried by every gentleman.

Peter A. Krivatsy, A Catalogue of Seventeenth Century Printed Books in the National Library of Medicine () John B. Blake, A Short Title Catalogue of Eighteenth Century Printed Books in the National Library of Medicine () Dorothy M. Schullian, A Catalogue of Incunabula and Manuscripts in the Army Medical Library ().CANES AND WALKING STICKSA cane is a rod fabricated from wood, metal, plastic, or glass, used by individuals as walking aids, ceremonial or professional batons, or fashionable accessories.

Some historians and collectors distinguish canes from walking sticks by materials, with the former constructed from bamboo and reed plants, and the latter from wood, ivory, or bone.Arcenas, Claire Rydell; Claire Rydell Arcenas and political exchange in the late seventeenth and the mid twentieth centuries.

She has just completed a book on the influence of the seventeenth-century English philosopher John Locke on American thought and culture over the last three hundred years, Locke in America (under contract with the.