Dating in the victorian times
Exquisitely detailed, exceptionally handsome designs for an enormous variety of attractive city dwellings, spacious suburban and country homes, charming "cottages" and other structures — all accompanied by perspective views and floor plans with measurements.
Invaluable to architects, home restorers, and preservationists; of immense interest to lovers of Victorian architecture The latest title in the successful and well established House Style series.
Beginning with the ancient Greeks' recognition of the need to describe more than one kind of love, inventing the word In ancient times, many of the first marriages were by capture, not choice — when there was a scarcity of nubile women, men raided other villages for wives.
Frequently the tribe from which a warrior stole a bride would come looking for her, and it was necessary for the warrior and his new wife to go into hiding to avoid being discovered.
Types of Victorian Styles Include: Second Empire, Queen Anne, Stick, Shingle, and Richardsonian Romanesque.
Old Louisville Guide Old Louisville National Historic Preservation District America's Victorian Treasure.
Edmund Gillon has photographed and Clay Lancaster commented on 116 remarkable but lesser-known Victorian American homes.
From Nova Scotia to Geneva, New York to Cape May, these rarely appreciated dwellings offer some of the best 19th-century architecture.
Now, the long-awaited companion to Painted Ladies, Daughters of Painted Ladies, and Painted Ladies Revisited is available in paperback.In this first-ever book on the American Queen Anne style, noted preservationist Janet W.Foster presents a thoughtful recognition of these houses’ place in the history of American architecture.During medieval times, the importance of love in a relationship emerged as a reaction to arranged marriages but was still not considered a prerequisite in matrimonial decisions.Suitors wooed their intended with serenades and flowery poetry, following the lead of lovelorn characters on stage and in verse. In 1228, it is said by many that women first gained the right to propose marriage in Scotland, a legal right that then slowly spread through Europe.