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Central Changes in Domestic Heating : Lingering Traditions and New Technology in Philadelphia, 1690-1890

By Grubel, Mathew E

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Title: Central Changes in Domestic Heating : Lingering Traditions and New Technology in Philadelphia, 1690-1890  
Author: Grubel, Mathew E
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Language: English
Subject: Historic preservation, Penn theses, Parks
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1998
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E, G. M. (1998). Central Changes in Domestic Heating : Lingering Traditions and New Technology in Philadelphia, 1690-1890. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Signatures: [A][superscript 2] B-Q[superscript 4]; 42 leaves of plates ; Metcalf copy :Blue leather binding stamped in gold on spine and covers, with interior dentelles, marbled endpapers, gilt edges, and raised bands ; Tippmann copy: Brown leather half binding with marbled paper boards, raised bands and marbled endpapers

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University of Pennsylvania Libraries ; Penn Graduate Program In Historic Preservation

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