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When Our County Was a Pup- Notes on Colonial American Decoration - 63d83ae497ece07f48ef65c77a347ca9 (page 12)

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Booklet corresponding to a radio broadcast program created by the National Paint, Varnish, and Lacquer Association. The booklet consists of two parts. Part one describes home decoration of early American colonists, specifically, how color was used and what colors were preferred, how furniture was crafted and styled, and the differences in interior design by region. Part two provides instruction for choosing color schemes and furniture in order to decorate one's home in a colonial style. Includes small stylized illustrations throughout and decorated covers. The National Paint, Oil and Varnish Association, Inc. was formed in 1933 and was the national professional association representing all branches of the paint, oil, and varnish industries.

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