2 edition of Henry Chapman Mercer found in the catalog.
Henry Chapman Mercer
Joseph E. Sandford
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Joseph E. Sandford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
Henry Chapman Mercer () was an American archeologist, artifact collector, tile maker and writer of extraordinary supernatural stories. The Wolf Book is the story of a professor who spends the summer travelling in Hungary and Romania in search of rare manuscripts. At the monastery at Jollok, he learns that the library was plundered a. Book Description Towards the end of his life, the eccentric archaeologist, historian, architect, and collector Henry Chapman Mercer () channeled his antiquarian interests and his love of Gothic literature into November Night Tales (), a volume of highly imaginative weird tales in .
Henry Chapman Mercer was an American archeologist, artifact collector, tile-maker, and designer of three distinctive poured concrete structures: Fonthill, his home, the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, and the Mercer Museum. He also wrote a single collection of ghost stories titled November Night Tales/5(3). Henry Chapman Mercer: | | | |Henry Chapman Mercer| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the.
Free Downloads Chapman Mercer Henry Books. Showing 1 to 30 of results. The decorated stove plates of the Pennsylvania Germans. ISBN ISBN 01 Jan Chapman Mercer Henry Download The decorated stove plates of the Pennsylvania Germans by Chapman Mercer Henry. Classic reference describes in detail hundreds of implements in use in the American colonies in the 18th century. Over illustrations depict tools identical in construction to ancient devices once used by the Greeks, Egyptians, and Chinese, among them axes, saws, clamps, chisels, mallets.
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Dyke. This book provides a fascinating look at the unique home and creative genius of Henry Chapman Mercer. Inrenowned tile maker Henry Chapman Mercer, a key figure in the Arts and Crafts Movement in the U.S., turned his genius and artistic talents to planning and constructing Fonthill, a "castle in concrete." Fonthill served as Mercer's residence and a personal museum for his decorative /5(4).
Indeed, my satisfaction with Henry Chapman Mercer and the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works is complete."—Pennsylvania History "Not only is this a fine reference book for the academic, but it will also interest anyone who likes ceramic tiles, since the author has done so much research and shows us Mercer's by: 4.
Towards the end of his life, the eccentric archaeologist, historian, architect, and collector Henry Chapman Mercer () channeled his antiquarian interests and his love of Gothic literature into November Night Tales (), a volume of highly imaginative weird tales in /5(6). : henry chapman mercer.
Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. All. The Lenape Stone, Or, The Indian and the Mammoth by Henry Chapman Mercer. This book is a reproduction of the original book published in and may Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: CreateSpace Publishing.
A Bit of History: Henry Chapman Mercer () An Eccentric Archeologist. by Mark Clark. The scientist of literature is almost always portrayed as eccentric,with strange obsessions and unfathomable motives. Scientists in real lifeare usually much more prosaic, with ordinary lives lived in ordinary ways.
Moravian Tile Works. "What you are about to see, the last survival here in our midst of an ancient art with a brilliant history reaching back to the beginning of civilization, inspired me and changed the current of my life." -Henry Chapman Mercer.
Henry Chapman Mercer deplored the industrialization of America. Brief life of an innovative ceramicist: by Nancy Freudenthal. January-February Mercer and his beloved dog, Rollo. Courtesy of the Mercer Museum & Library. Mercer and his beloved dog, Rollo. Courtesy of the Mercer Museum & Library.
On a june nightinfire trucks raced through Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and found not a house in flames, but a bonfire atop Fonthill, the fantastical.
By Lloyd Grove May 8, He was, a Harvard chum once said, "a man of unusual character and imagination, handsome, winning, interesting -- and odd." That Henry Chapman Mercer was odd -. In Henry Chapman Mercer and the Moravian Tile and Pottery Works, Cleota Reed writes, "Mercer was struck by the realization that the cast-off tools of early America represented a rich lode of archaeological evidence of pre-industrial culture." Mercer amassed a sizeable.
Kurt Eichenberger, Design and Construction Techniques of an American Vernacular Architect: The Work of Dr. Henry Chapman Mercer, MIT Master of Architecture Thesis () External links [ edit ] Mercer Museum & Fonthill CastleMovement: Arts and Crafts Movement influence.
Towards the end of his life, the eccentric archaeologist, historian, architect, and collector Henry Chapman Mercer () channeled his antiquarian interests and his love of Gothic literature into November Night Tales (), a volume of highly imaginative weird tales in the mode of M.R.
James/5(12). The hill-caves of Yucatan: A search for evidence of man's antiquity in the caverns of Central America (The Civilization of the American Indian series) Henry Mercer, Henry Chapman Mercer Published by University of Oklahoma Press (). Buy Guide Book to the Tiled Pavement of the Pennsylvania Capitol by Henry Chapman Mercer online at Alibris.
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As a young man he travelled in Europe and attended Harvard University from to Afterwards, he studied law and was admitted to the bar but never practiced, returning to Europe to travel extensively across the continent. The Paperback of the November Night Tales by Henry Chapman Mercer at Barnes & Noble.
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Obsessed with collecting and making – Henry Chapman Mercer built a concrete Gothic castle in Doylestown and covered it with tiles made in his Mercer tile works By Roberta Octo Over the summer, Roberta and her husband, Steve, and their friends, Chuck and Iris, visited the marvel of construction and decor, Fonthill, in Doylestown, PA.This book provides a fascinating look at the unique home and creative genius of Henry Chapman Mercer.
Inrenowned tile maker Henry /5(1).