Fences -- Design and construction
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection contains an advertisement from four Philadelphia iron manufacturers, E. W. Shippen; R. F. & G. R. Bancroft; Reeder & Croff; and M. Lachenmaier. The advertisement was originally in Colton's Atlas of the World, 1856. A variety of ornamental wrought iron structures are depicted such as fences, railings, gates, as well as a fountain and garden sculpture. E. W. Shippen's advertisement includes notice of the Premium Silver Medal awarded by...
Scope and Contents This collection contains a draft photocopy of Bower's regional survey, "Fences in the Landscape of the Northeast Georgia Mountains" prepared while she worked as a preservation planner for the Georgia Mountains Area Planning and Development Commission (later Georgia Mountains Regional Commission). Bower's survey examines the history of fences in the southeastern states and the types of fences used in northeast Georgia.