But 18 hours later we woke up to this-
So, on the morning of October 30th, Amy was doing this...
By William H. Davidson.
Published by the Chattahoochee Valley Historical Society in 1964.
DISCUSSION: A well-illustrated survey of extant pioneering, antebellum and post-bellum houses in the three-county area around West Point, Georgia- Troup County and Harris County, Georgia and Chambers County, Alabama. This area is included in the Chattahoochee River Valley, an important trading route in the 19th century. An important record of early houses, many of which no longer exist.
DESCRIPTION: Hardcover. 9”x11.5”, 396 pages, black & white illustrations, dust jacket. Folding map. Signed by the author.
CONDITION NOTES: The dust jacket has some minor wear, but otherwise clean and nice, with a tight binding.
"Silver by the Fox Family of Silversmith. A Major Collection & Various Properties"
Gallery/Date: London; Phillips: September 23, 1988.
Discussion: The sale of a unique collection of silver spanning the 19th century, all made by the Fox family of silversmiths, Charles Fox and his family. The private collection was amassed with care over several decades, and some other Fox family silver is added to round out the sale.
Description: Softcover. 7”x9.5”, 68+ pages, 104 lots, color and black & white illustrations.
Condition Notes: Light soil to the covers, contents fine.