Furniture at Temple Newsam and Lotherton Hall: Vol III

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Description

This volume records 240 aquisitions of Temple Newsam House and Lotherton Hall and contains updated information about items featured in the previous volumes. Each entry is supported by photographs. Particular attention is devoted to establishing the provenance and identifying the maker of furniture. A final section briefly records significant fresh information that has emerged about objects catalogued in the earlier volumes.

Product Details

Price
$144.00
Publisher
Routledge
Publish Date
December 31, 1998
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780901286864
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Dr. Christopher Gilbert has been an ethics coach and personal and organizational growth consultant for over two decades. He has mastered the unique and highly individualized processes of moral development, trust-building, and mutual accountability that are the hallmarks of his keynote presentations and trainings worldwide. He is also a university professor with over 25 years of teaching experience in colleges on four continents and has pioneered nationally recognized professional development and ethics centers. Chris holds a Ph.D. in Organization and Management specializing in Leadership Ethics, as well as an MBA and a BS in Geology. As a motivational speaker and author, Chris is known for his informative humor, authenticity, and personalized inspiration. Through his firm, NobleEdge Consulting (www.NobleEdgeconsulting.com), he accompanies industry professionals, community organizations, and government agencies in business conduct, strategic planning and team building processes in the United States, Canada, the EU, Africa, Russia, and China. When he's not consulting, teaching, or traveling for work, Chris spends his time as a volunteer for organizations fighting homelessness and hunger, and has served as a County Ethics Commissioner. He is also an active leader in regional, national and international community-building programs. He and his family reside in the Great Pacific Northwest.