Pitman Grove through a Tiffany window, 1870-1900
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Pitman Grove through a Tiffany window, 1870-1900 by Charles A. Parker

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Published by Gloucester County Historical Society in Woodbury, N.J .
Written in English



  • Pitman (N.J.),
  • New Jersey,
  • Pitman


  • Pitman Grove Association -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Camp-meetings -- New Jersey -- Pitman -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Pitman (N.J.) -- Church history.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPitman Grove, New Jersey, 1870-1900.
StatementCharles A. Parker.
LC ClassificationsBX8476.P57 P37 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 112 p. :
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2567439M
LC Control Number85109451

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  For Sale: Two Tiffany-Style Windows From a Historic South Side Church The auctioneers think they’re Tiffany, but it’s actually hard to prove. by Sabrina Imbler Novem Louis Comfort Tiffany () was the son of Charles Lewis Tiffany (), who started the silverware and jewelry store, Tiffany & Co., in New York City in Louis studied painting in the s in New York, and in Paris with French Academician Leon-Charles Bailly (b. ); in Paris he was influenced by Leon-Adolphe-Auguste Belly.   Right in the center of Historical Pitman Grove. Walking distance to local shops, restaurants, and newly renovated Downtown Pitman Movie Theater. Thishome is the best price in the grove and is in.   The legacy of the Tiffany effect can be seen in pretty much all history-based media pieces. One easy example is books. If you are watching a film set in the 18 th or 19 th century, your brain automatically says “everything is old”. Therefore, you expect people to be reading books that look at least somewhat aged.

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