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Mount Lebanon Shaker collection

Charles L. Flint

Mount Lebanon Shaker collection

by Charles L. Flint

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Published by Mount Lebanon Shaker Village in New Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Road, P.O. Box 628, New Lebanon 12125) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State),
  • New Lebanon
    • Subjects:
    • Darrow School (New Lebanon, N.Y.) -- Catalogs.,
    • Mount Lebanon Shaker Village (New Lebanon, N.Y.) -- Catalogs.,
    • Shaker decorative arts -- Catalogs.,
    • Decorative arts -- New York (State) -- New Lebanon -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtext, Charles L. Flint ; photographs, Paul Rocheleau.
      ContributionsMount Lebanon Shaker Village (New Lebanon, N.Y.), Darrow School (New Lebanon, N.Y.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK838.N34 F5 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 137 p. :
      Number of Pages137
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2395218M
      LC Control Number87024898

      Shaker School, Mount Lebanon, N.Y. Names Irving, James E. () (Photographer) Collection. Robert N. Dennis collection of stereoscopic views. United States. States. New York. Stereoscopic views of the Capitol District of New York state. Dates / Origin . Photographs in the half-deserted Shaker buildings at the Mt. Lebanon, New York Shaker community and detailed descriptions of the furniture have formed the basis for all subsequent Shaker scholarship. pages; 48 black & white photographs; appendix (with Shaker paint recipes); index. First published Paperback.

      (The Shaker Legacy, Christian Becksvoort, page ) In at Mt. Lebanon, boxes were produced. Between and , inclusive, s oval boxes were made at Mt. Lebanon. (Shaker Style: Form, Function, and Furniture, Sharon Koomler, pages ) Technically, the Shaker “oval” boxes are ellipses. Shaker Center Family, Cemetery, Shaker Road, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY. Columbia Columbia County Mount Lebanon New Lebanon New York, Columbia Columbia County Mount Lebanon New Lebanon New York,

      The McCue Shaker Collection at Auction Saturday, September 8th, at 1 p.m. at Hancock Shaker Village, Pittsfield, MA Shaker McCue Shaker McCue Shaker McCue Shaker McCue Shaker McCue Shaker McCue DOLL BONNET, AND PINCUSHION EMERY. Poplarware doll's bonnet, finely woven, lined in red silk, red silk neck cowl and ribbon tie, 2" h; . By the mid-nineteenth century, the Shakers had established eighteen communes, from Maine to Kentucky, for nearly 6, members. This room has been installed with architectural elements from the North Family Dwelling at "Mount Lebanon" in upstate New York as well as Shaker .


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Shaker: The Art of Craftsmanship - The Mount Lebanon CollectionReviews: 1. "The fascinating story of the Shakers, and of their extraordinary furniture, is now told in The Shakers: From Mount Lebanon to the World.

This book expands our knowledge by documenting other types of practical furniture, tools and even Shaker clothing this beautiful and enthralling book opens a window onto the world of the Shakers "/5(8).

Get this from a library. Mount Lebanon Shaker collection. [Charles L Flint; Mount Lebanon Shaker Village (New Lebanon, N.Y.); Darrow School (New Lebanon, N.Y.)].

Mount Lebanon Shaker collection by Charles L. Flint Published by Mount Lebanon Shaker Village in New Lebanon, N.Y. (Shaker Road, P.O. BoxNew Lebanon ).Pages: This book presents the elegantly austere and simply styled objects of the Shakers in the context of their faith and community at Mount Lebanon, N.Y., the spiritual and administrative center of the Shaker world.

HISTORIC MOUNT LEBANON SITE. Shaker Road, New Lebanon, NY Hours & Admission. Open year-round: Self-guided tours and hiking Open seasonally: Visitor Center and guided tours Contact.

[email protected] Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon holds the world’s most comprehensive collection of Shaker objects, archives, and books, and stewards the historic North Family site at Mount Lebanon, the founding community of the Shakers.

The Shaker Museum was founded in by John S. Williams, Sr. on his farm in Old Chatham, New York. Collection of Shaker reference books and magazines, 55 pieces, includes Shaker Furniture Basket and Cutlery box: maple and birch footstool, original light varnish finish, trademark under canted top "Shaker's, #3 Mt.

Lebanon, NY", 6 1/4" h, 12 1/4" w, 12" d; round utility basket, black ash, double wrapped rim, 3 1/2" h. HISTORIC MOUNT LEBANON SITE. Shaker Road, New Lebanon, NY Hours & Admission. Open year-round: Self-guided tours and hiking Open seasonally: Visitor Center and guided tours. Contact. [email protected] Founded inMount Lebanon was the first official community organized by the Shakers and was the leader in administrative and spiritual matters for all the Shaker communities that emerged throughout New England and south and west into Kentucky, Ohio, and Florida.

Its community planning, architecture, commercial and industrial endeavors, as well as its spiritual [ ]. In the collection of Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon there are two other, non-Shaker miniature books.

Both books have an association with Elder Henry in that they were part of the Canterbury Ministry’s library and one bears Elder Henry’s bookplate. The Mount Lebanon Shaker Society () was an American communal settlement of Shakers in New Lebanon, New York.

Arguably the most influential of the 19 American Shaker communities, Mount Lebanon was intended to serve as a model for all other members of the United Society of Believers (Shakers) to follow.

Original Shaker music,(New York, W. Pond, ), by Shakers, Daniel Offord, and N.Y. North Family of Mt. Lebanon (page images at HathiTrust) Familiar dialogues on Shakerism; in which the principles of the United Society are illustrated and defended.

(Portland, C. Collection consists of records of daily events, diaries, recollections, accounts of seances, recipes, spirit messages, songs, hymns, poems, church covenants, accounts, correspondence, drawings, printed material, and photographs documenting Shaker communities in the United States, chiefly those in New Lebanon and Watervliet, New York.

The Shaker Chair; Line Drawings by Stephen Metzger (The Canal Press, ) This is the definitive work. Rieman, Timothy D. & Buck, Susan L. The Art of Craftsmanship: The Mount Lebanon Collection (Art Services International, and Chrysler Museum, ). Rotundo, Barbara. "Crossing the Dark River: Shaker Funerals and Cemeteries.".

Shaker Collection To order any of these items, please send an email to: [email protected] or call us at: 2. Mount Lebanon, New York oval box. Original varnished finish. Circa ’s and lined in fine pink silk. $ 4. LEBANON OH OTTERBEIN HOME COOKIN COOK BOOK *ETHNIC SHAKER RECIPES *OHIO.

Pre-Owned. $ Buy It Now +$ shipping. Watch; New Lebanon NY Shaker Village & Lebanon Valley From Mountain Lebanon Trail MA Shaker: The Art of Craftsmanship - The Mount Lebanon Collection - GOOD See more like this.

Watch; X S P A O N L 0 F 2 S D B B 9 O E. Finding Aid to Shaker Collection, This collection of manuscripts and publications touches all aspects of the Shaker way of life. In addition to the better known Shaker principles – celibacy and separation from the world – it also includes information on their beliefs and actions regarding pacifism, charitableness, equality of sexes, and sanctity of labor.

Mount Lebanon Shaker Society, also known as New Lebanon Shaker Society, was a communal settlement of Shakers in New Lebanon, New earliest converts began to "gather in" at that location in and built their first meetinghouse in The early Shaker Ministry, including Joseph Meacham and Lucy Wright, the architects of Shakers' gender-balanced government, lived there.

The institution is the steward of 11 Shaker buildings across 91 acres in Mount Lebanon and holds the most comprehensive collection of objects related to the sect. While the show is a historical overview seen through objects from Mount Lebanon, the spiritual and administrative center of the Shaker world, it importantly also includes a section on the Shakers at Sabbathday Lake, Maine, the last active Shaker community.

The collection at the Shaker Museum and Library | Mount Lebanon consists of more than.InMount Lebanon Shaker Village was designated as a National Historic Landmark. The iconic North Family Great Stone Barn – measuring 50’ wide, four stories high, and nearly ’ long, was a testament to the ingenuity, faith, and perseverance of the Shakers.

In the barn was totally gutted by a catastrophic fire, leaving only its.