Historic Deerfield Magazines

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Historic Deerfield Magazine "Color" 2012


This issue of Historic Deerfield celebrates color in paintings, floorcloth, prints, architecture, painted furniture, maps, and more.   40 pages. 

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Historic Deerfield Magazine "Furniture" Winter 2010


This issue of Historic Deerfield celebrates antique furniture. 

60 pages.

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Historic Deerfield Magazine "Landscape" - Autumn 2011


This issue of Historic Deerfield celebrates landscape. 56 pages.

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Winter 2001 Historic Deerfield Magazine


This issue of Historic Deerfield contains articles on Donald Friary’s 25 th anniversary as president of Historic Deerfield, high fashion in rural New England, and important additions to the silver collection and more. Be sure and read the short piece on spotting fakes or forgeries. Can you spot the fake?

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50th Anniversary Issue of Historic Deerfield Magazine Spring 2002


This publication covers the 50 years Historic Deerfield has been incorperated. The articles and pictures depict the collections and restoration that the Flynts undertook to preserve the village of Old Deerfield.

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The French and Indian War Magazine


Published in 2008 this issue of Historic Deerfield's magazine contains ten plus articles.

Deerfield During the Later Colonial Wars  written by Kevin Sweeney, Professor of History and American Studies, Amherst College.

Those Frenchmen Who Got Themselves Killed Out In The Open by Brian Leigh Dunnigan, Curator of Maps, Clements Library, University of Michigan.

"The Most Awful Day That My Eyes Ever Beheld" by David Bosse, Librarian and Curator of Maps, Historic Deerfield

Revealing the Culture of Conflict: Engraved Powder Horns from The French & Indian War by Philip Zea, President, Historic Deerfield.

William H. Guthman(1924 - 2005) by Elizabeth Stillinger.

Doctor Thomas Williams' Desks by Joshua Lane, Curator of Academic Programs and Curator of Furniture, Historic Deerfield.

War, Politics, and Wool Embroidery by Edward Maeder, Curator of Textiles, Historic Deerfield.

Excavating Taylor's Fort by Aaron F. Miller, Historical Archaeologist.

From Kings to Commoners: Commemorative British Ceramics of the French and Indian War by Amanda Lange, Curatorial Department Chair and Curator of Historic Interiors.

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Historic Deerfield "50th Anniversary of the Helen Geier Flynt Textile Gallery"


Historic Deerfield Magazine “50th Anniversary of the Helen Geier Flynt Textile Gallery, Summer 2015

An informative and beautiful edition celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Helen Geier Flynt Textile Gallery with articles encompassing the legacy of the this textile collection, a brief history of the print sources for fashion and much more.

Article titles are as follows:Fashioning a Legacy: Helen Geier Flynt and Historic Deerfield’s Fashion and Textile Collection by David E. Lazaro

The Art of Dress: A Brief History of Print Sources for Fashion by Rebecca j. Kelly

Nankeens: Chinese Cottons for the American Market by Amanda Lange

Behind the Seams: Conservation at Historic Deerfield by Deirdre Windsor and David E Lazaro

Conserving a Masterpiece

Flax and Linen: Following the Thread from Past to Present by Faith Deering

Seventeenth-Century English Embroidery: A Conundrum of Complexity by Patricia Nguyen

Elizabeth Amsden: A Weaver by Trade by Claire Carlson

Touchstone to the Past: Reproducing the c.1810 Tertius Taylor Coat by Henry Cooke

The “Fishing Lady” and Schoolgirl Accomplishments of Boston by Pamela A. Parmal


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