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Charleston Saved 1979-1989
Contributor(s): Arnold, Anthea (Author)

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ISBN: 071981622X     ISBN-13: 9780719816222
Publisher: Robert Hale & Company
OUR PRICE: $20.36  

Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: June 2015
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Annotation: This reissue tells the story of how the home of key members of the Bloomsbury set was brought back from ruin and lovingly restored to life. Deborah Gage set about saving this house by galvanizing support, raising money and masterminding the project. With the help of many individuals and despite setbacks, the restoration was a success.
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BISAC Categories:
- Architecture | Buildings - Residential
- Architecture | Historic Preservation - Restoration Techniques
- House & Home | Maintenance & Repair
Dewey: 728.6
Physical Information: 0.5" H x 6.8" W x 9.6" (0.85 lbs) 144 pages
 
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Contributor Bio(s):
Anthea Arnold has worked for Cambridge University Press, the Nuffield Foundation, and as a primary-school teacher in the London Borough of Brent. She has written two books: Briglin Pottery, published in 2002, andEight Men in a Crate: The Ordeal of the Advance Party of the Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955–1957, published in 2007. She became a Life Friend of Charleston in July 1986 and has worked there in various capacities as a volunteer. Anthea lives in Burwash, East Sussex.

 
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