Catalog of the Emma B. King Library of the Shaker Museum.
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Published in Old Chatham, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Shakers -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

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Edition Notes

StatementCompiled under the direction of Robert F. W. Meader.
ContributionsMeader, Robert F. W.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7845.S5 E54
The Physical Object
Pagination62 p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5691396M
LC Control Number70021542

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Library Alert! Due to the COVID Pandemic, Main Library, Bertram Woods Branch, and all Book Drops are closed until further notice. For more information on the library’s response to COVID click here. [Emma B. King Library]. Catalogue of the Emma B. King Library of the Shaker Museum, Compiled Under the Direction of Robert F.W. Meader. Old Chatham, NY: Shaker Museum Foundation, Inc., Box 6, . Enter “Friends of the Shaker Library” in the search box and select us as your designated charity. (After the first time, Amazon will remember it for you.) Continue shopping as usual, and Amazon will automatically donate % of the price of your eligible purchases to Friends of the Shaker Library. The King's Library was one of the most important collections of books and pamphlets of the Age of Enlightenment. Assembled by George III, this scholarly library of o volumes was subsequently given to the British nation by George was housed in a specially built gallery in the British Museum from to and now forms part of the British Library.

The museum has an enviable collection of Shaker objects, manuscripts, and photographs along with surviving architecture from all periods of its history. Canterbury Shaker Village is a unique resource for learning about Shaker architectural intent and early Shaker community planning and design, as well as the many periods of Shaker life. The Shaker Museum and Library, officially known as Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon, is a museum and research library concerned with the Shakers, a Protestant religious denomination founded in America by Ann Lee and her followers in , and known more formally as the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing. The museum and library collections relate to Shaker life and culture. Guide to the Eleanor Parmenter Churchill Papers, Collection number: MC Size: 7 boxes ( ) About Eleanor Parmenter Churchill. Eleanor Parmenter () was brought up with the Shakers at East Canterbury for several years along with several other orphaned and abandoned children.   The Shaker Museum and Library is located in Old Chatham, New S. Williams founded the museum in , with the help of many shaker communities in New England. At the time, the Shaker Museum was the first and only museum in the world dedicated to the preservation of the life, work, religion, and culture of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, or the .

This family-friendly Old Chatham vacation home is located in a rural location, mi ( km) from Shaker Museum and Library, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Van Alen House and New Lebanon Library. Pittsfield State Forest and Hancock Shaker Village are also within 20 mi (32 km). Explore King County Library System. New titles, recently rated, and recently tagged by the library community. Descriptions of the books and pamphlets in the King's Library (shelved in specific shelfmark ranges: 1.a.1 – k and Ca.1 – Ci) appear in Explore the British Library. Most volumes can be ordered into the Rare Books and Music Reading Room using Explore. FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Catalogue of a selection from the Stowe manuscripts exhibited in the King's library in the British museum [FACSIMILE] Originally published by London] Printed by order of the Trustees in Book will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images. Book will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover : British Museum. Mss. (Stowe).