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Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts #23 Florida Theme Issue (1998)

Price: $19.95

Florida Theme Issue
Editor-in-Chief
Cathy Leff

Senior Editor
Andrea Gollin

Guest Editor
Beth Dunlop
 
The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, founded in 1986 and now published by The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, explores themes relating to The Wolfsonian collection and to the visual language of objects. It conveys to readers the power of design and shows how design shapes and reflects human values and experience.

Table of Contents, Issue 23/Florida Theme Issue

Selling Sarasota: Architecture and
Propaganda in a 1920s Boom Town
By Michael McDonough

Perfume, Postcards, and Promises:
The Orange in Art and Industry
By Helen L. Kohen

From Augustine to Tangerine:
Florida at the U.S. World's Fairs
By Joel M. Hoffman

William Henry Jackson in Florida
By Michael L. Carlebach

Henry M. Flagler's Hotel Ponce de León
By Thomas Graham

A Tale of Three Henrys
By Seth Bramson

Pan Am: Miami's Wings to the World
By William E. Brown, Jr.

Dream and Substance: Araby and
the Planning of Opa-locka
By Catherine Lynn

Inventing Antiquity: The Art and Craft of
Mediterranean Revival Architecture
By Beth Dunlop

Dream Palaces: The Motion Picture
Playhouse in the Sunshine State
By Michael D. Kinerk and Dennis W. Wilhelm

Edens, Underworlds, and Shrines:
Florida's Small Tourist Attractions
By Margot Ammidown

The Memorable Landscapes of
William Lyman Phillips
By Joanna Lombard

Touring Florida Through the
Federal Writers' Project
By James A. Findlay and Margaret Bing

The Chautauquans and Progressives
in Florida
By Thomas E. Low

Tracing Overtown's Vernacular Architecture
By Dorothy Jenkins Fields

Igor Polevitzky's Architectural Vision
for a Modern Miami
By Allan T. Shulman

Pragmatism Meets Exoticism:
An Interview with Paul Silverthorne
By John A. Stuart