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Going to Town: Architectural Walking Tours in Southern Ontario - Ashenburg, Katherine
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2000, ISBN: 9780921912958

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London.Weidenfeld & Nicolson.1999. ISBN. 0 297 81596 2 First edition.With end-paper maps,pictorial title,a map & 25 coloured photo.illustrations.pp x 277.Hard cover,green cloth gilt.A near fine copy in a near fine dust jacket.Not price-clipped.Sydney`s history from 1788., London: PETER DAVIES Ltd, 1979 H/b+ D/j both Near FINE. The great Skipton Agricultural show of yesteryear, farming & country events of a bygone era - yesteryear country fairs.Skipton born R Mason - Queen's College , Oxford - later very interested in architecture & local history - town planner & teacher. [The Dales / Eller Beck / Gran Bargh / the Red Lord / Port & Ale / Butter / Pipe-drawing etc ] illus. 8 b/w photo-plates 7 earlier plan-map, No inscsp. paper white fine throughout , book as new but a slight spine lean [ Dust Jacket price clipped, tint top spine wrinkle] Please see our images of the actual book offered for sale., PETER DAVIES Ltd, 1979, London: Phoenix. Very Good; Light reading and cover creases, slightly cocked spine. ; Nice . tight copy, no names or marks inside. Cover photo by Jeff Cottenden.. 2000. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 496 pages; Sequel to The Rationalist set in the Hampshire port of Lymington in 1798.; 0753809885 ., Phoenix, 2000, London: Review Headline, 1999. Paperback small octavo, very good condition, black & white text-photos, map, minor edgewear corners & spine, minor annotation last page. 214 pp. The true story of a giraffe's journey from the plains of Africa to the heart of post-Napoleonic France. Zarafa was a young Masai giraffe captured and tamed in the Ethiopian highlands. She made an epic journey down the Nile and then across the Mediterranean, landing in the bustling port of Marseilles in 1826. Zarafa linked a primitive Africa with post-Napoleonic France symbolises an age fascinated by progress and the unfamiliar. Deftly mixes storytelling with history, and brings to life the people and places of 19th-century Europe via the tale of one enchanting animal., Review Headline, 1999, London: Privately Printed at the Curwen Press, 1960. 84pp. blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, large Port Authority coat of arms stamped in gilt on front cover. "Compliments of Port of London Authority" plate laid in Illus b/w and colour plates and photos. To commemorate fifty years of the Port of London Authority. 1909 - 1959. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good., Privately Printed at the Curwen Press, 1960, Toronto/Buffalo/London. University of Toronto Press. (1988). PAPERBACK.. Near Fine. (Gently aged, appears unread: no writings, no cover wear. A clean/tight/bright copy). Octavo. (8vo.) Illustrated in b&w: 12 pages of photos & facsimiles. Occasional tables. x. + 298pp. Includes Source Notes, Bibliography, Index. of the series: Social History of Canada 36., University of Toronto Press., Wiggins Teape. London nd. (1956),. Shelfwear o/w VG+ in VG dustwrapper (light wear, dusty, no chips, loss, or tears). Does not include the original 'band'.. Printed boards. 30pp. illustrated colour & b/w photos/plates, drawings. Includes compliment slip from Wiggins Teape's South African agent Alex Pirie & Sons in South Africa. Interestingly printed on varying papers produced by Wiggins Teape and which are listed. This publication celebrated the new headquarters which were built next to St Paul's Cathedral in London. AIRMAIL worldwide at standard rate., Wiggins Teape. London nd. (1956), London: Arthur Barker, 1963. No D/J. The book is in good used condition (usual ex-library stamps, paste-ons ) This work begins with the early settlers to the Nore area in England and goes on to discuss the Goodwin Sands, the Cinque Ports and their private wars, the birth of the Navy under the Tudors, Piracy in the Channel, The Dutch wars and The defeat of the Spanish Armada. The book contains many Photo's. Illustrations, and Maps. You will receive the book seen in the image.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First Edition.. Hardcover. Good/No D/J., Arthur Barker, 1963, London : Batsford, 1977. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw. Uncommonly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered.; 120 pages; Physical desc.: 120 p. : chiefly ill., ports. ; 26 cm. Complete with over 140 photo studies. Subject: Middlesex, ca 1860-1914 --History --Pictorial works --Description and travel --Views --Illustrations., London : Batsford, 1977, Waldcourt, Oregon, U.S.A.: Macfarlane Walter & Ross, 1996. Some edgewear and creasing of covers and spine otherwise a good clean solid copy. From the publisher:"With 300 photos and 11 maps.A work of unexpected delights and surprises: here is a one-of-a-kind guidebook that pinpoints the best of Ontario’s architectural heritage in its most charming towns, offers tantalizing and informative details of provincial history, indulges the near universal vice of real-estate voyeurism, and beckons even the most reluctant to physical exercise. Katherine Ashenburg is our knowledgeable and charmingly opinionated companion on walking tours of ten small (populations 1000 to 27,000) Ontario communities that provide a rewarding variety of domestic and public architecture in a walkable compass. Each tour begins with a brief historical sketch of the town, then, with the aid of a detailed map, guides the reader/walker to some 60 sites over a leisurely but carefully plotted two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half hour stroll. We visit churches and jails, libraries and town halls, theatres and factories, and all manner of houses - homes of startling grandiosity and humble integrity. We become conversant with belvederes and ogee arches, Flemish bond and board and batten, at ease with Regency and Queen Anne, Italianate and Romanesque. And along the way, Ashenburg reveals the town’s true personality, its distinctive architectural styles, forms and materials, and the genius, ambition, and vanities of its founders and builders. Every town - Perth, Picton, Cobourg, St. Mary’s, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Merrickville, Port Hope, Paris, Stratford and Goderich - is a day’s excursion from Toronto by a car or public transit; most are day-trips from either Ottawa or London. Over 300 black and white photographs capture the highlights; 11 maps show the way. For easy reference, there is a helpful, illustrated Guide to Historical Styles and an exhaustive Glossary of Architectural terms - everything from Apse to Voussoir. ". Soft Cover. Good., Macfarlane Walter & Ross, 1996

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Winner of The Ontario Historical Society's Fred Landon Award for Best Regional History. With 300 photos and 11 maps. A work of unexpected delights and surprises: here is a one-of-a-kind guidebook that pinpoints the best of Ontario's architectural heritage in its most charming towns, offers tantalizing and informative details of provincial history, indulges the near universal vice of real-estate voyeurism, and beckons even the most reluctant to physical exercise. Katherine Ashenburg is our knowledgeable and charmingly opinionated companion on walking tours of ten small (populations 1000 to 27,000) Ontario communities that provide a rewarding variety of domestic and public architecture in a walkable compass. Each tour begins with a brief historical sketch of the town, then, with the aid of a detailed map, guides the reader/walker to some 60 sites over a leisurely but carefully plotted two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half hour stroll. We visit churches and jails, libraries and town halls, theatres and factories, and all manner of houses - homes of startling grandiosity and humble integrity. We become conversant with belvederes and ogee arches, Flemish bond and board and batten, at ease with Regency and Queen Anne, Italianate and Romanesque. And along the way, Ashenburg reveals the town's true personality, its distinctive architectural styles, forms and materials, and the genius, ambition, and vanities of its founders and builders. Every town - Perth, Picton, Cobourg, St. Mary's, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Merrickville, Port Hope, Paris, Stratford and Goderich - is a day's excursion from Toronto by a car or public transit; most are day-trips from either Ottawa or London. Over 300 black and white photographs capture the highlights; 11 maps show the way. For easy reference, there is a helpful, illustrated Guide to Historical Styles and an exhaustive Glossary of Architectural terms - everything from Apse to Voussoir. Going to Town: Architectural Walking Tours in Southern Ontario Ashenburg, Katherine, MacFarlane Walter & Ross

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Winner of The Ontario Historical Society's Fred Landon Award for Best Regional History. With 300 photos and 11 maps. A work of unexpected delights and surprises: here is a one-of-a-kind guidebook that pinpoints the best of Ontario's architectural heritage in its most charming towns, offers tantalizing and informative details of provincial history, indulges the near universal vice of real-estate voyeurism, and beckons even the most reluctant to physical exercise. Katherine Ashenburg is our knowledgeable and charmingly opinionated companion on walking tours of ten small (populations 1000 to 27,000) Ontario communities that provide a rewarding variety of domestic and public architecture in a walkable compass. Each tour begins with a brief historical sketch of the town, then, with the aid of a detailed map, guides the reader/walker to some 60 sites over a leisurely but carefully plotted two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half hour stroll. We visit churches and jails, libraries and town halls, theatres and factories, and all manner of houses - homes of startling grandiosity and humble integrity. We become conversant with belvederes and ogee arches, Flemish bond and board and batten, at ease with Regency and Queen Anne, Italianate and Romanesque. And along the way, Ashenburg reveals the town's true personality, its distinctive architectural styles, forms and materials, and the genius, ambition, and vanities of its founders and builders. Every town - Perth, Picton, Cobourg, St. Mary's, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Merrickville, Port Hope, Paris, Stratford and Goderich - is a day's excursion from Toronto by a car or public transit; most are day-trips from either Ottawa or London. Over 300 black and white photographs capture the highlights; 11 maps show the way. For easy reference, there is a helpful, illustrated Guide to Historical Styles and an exhaustive Glossary of Architectural terms - everything from Apse to Voussoir. From the Trade Paperback edition. Travel Travel eBook, McClelland & Stewart

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Winner of The Ontario Historical Society's Fred Landon Award for Best Regional History. With 300 photos and 11 maps. A work of unexpected delights and surprises: here is a one-of-a-kind guidebook that pinpoints the best of Ontario's architectural heritage in its most charming towns, offers tantalizing and informative details of provincial history, indulges the near universal vice of real-estate voyeurism, and beckons even the most reluctant to physical exercise. Katherine Ashenburg is our knowledgeable and charmingly opinionated companion on walking tours of ten small (populations 1000 to 27,000) Ontario communities that provide a rewarding variety of domestic and public architecture in a walkable compass. Each tour begins with a brief historical sketch of the town, then, with the aid of a detailed map, guides the reader/walker to some 60 sites over a leisurely but carefully plotted two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half hour stroll. We visit churches and jails, libraries and town halls, theatres and factories, and all manner of houses - homes of startling grandiosity and humble integrity. We become conversant with belvederes and ogee arches, Flemish bond and board and batten, at ease with Regency and Queen Anne, Italianate and Romanesque. And along the way, Ashenburg reveals the town's true personality, its distinctive architectural styles, forms and materials, and the genius, ambition, and vanities of its founders and builders. Every town - Perth, Picton, Cobourg, St. Mary's, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Merrickville, Port Hope, Paris, Stratford and Goderich - is a day's excursion from Toronto by a car or public transit; most are day-trips from either Ottawa or London. Over 300 black and white photographs capture the highlights; 11 maps show the way. For easy reference, there is a helpful, illustrated Guide to Historical Styles and an exhaustive Glossary of Architectural terms - everything from Apse to Voussoir. Travel Travel eBook, McClelland & Stewart

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Winner of The Ontario Historical Society's Fred Landon Award for Best Regional History. With 300 photos and 11 maps. A work of unexpected delights and surprises: here is a one-of-a-kind guidebook that pinpoints the best of Ontario's architectural heritage in its most charming towns, offers tantalizing and informative details of provincial history, indulges the near universal vice of real-estate voyeurism, and beckons even the most reluctant to physical exercise. Katherine Ashenburg is our knowledgeable and charmingly opinionated companion on walking tours of ten small (populations 1000 to 27,000) Ontario communities that provide a rewarding variety of domestic and public architecture in a walkable compass. Each tour begins with a brief historical sketch of the town, then, with the aid of a detailed map, guides the reader/walker to some 60 sites over a leisurely but carefully plotted two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half hour stroll. We visit churches and jails, libraries and town halls, theatres and factories, and all manner of houses - homes of startling grandiosity and humble integrity. We become conversant with belvederes and ogee arches, Flemish bond and board and batten, at ease with Regency and Queen Anne, Italianate and Romanesque. And along the way, Ashenburg reveals the town's true personality, its distinctive architectural styles, forms and materials, and the genius, ambition, and vanities of its founders and builders. Every town - Perth, Picton, Cobourg, St. Mary's, N architecture,buildings,canada,home and garden,general,reference,regional,travel General, Macfarlane Walter & Ross

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Going to Town: Architectural Walking Tours in Southern Ontario

A guidebook mapping the best of Ontario's architectural heritage in its most appealing towns.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780921912958
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0921912951
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1996
Publisher: MACFARLANE WALTER & ROSS
Weight: 0,426 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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