1. General Information

Clute, Eugene. The Treatment of Interiors. New York: Pencil Point Press, 1926.

Discusses interiors with particular emphasis on uses of period styles and modernistic design.

Currey, Margery. The Pictures in Your Home. Chicago: American Art Bureau, 1925. Pp. 27. Information on selection, framing, and placing.

Eberlein, Harold Donaldson, McClure, Abbot, and Holloway, Edward Stratton. The Practical Book of Interior Decoration. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co. 1919. Principles governing selection and arrangement of furniture (pp. 282-311).

Frankl, Paul T. Form and Re-Form. New York: Harper & Bros., 1930.

Good examples of modernistic designs and how they may be adapted to present-day uses, with emphasis on metal furniture. Includes plates of modernistic designs and furniture arrangement.

Goldstein, Harriet and Vetta. Art in Every Day Life. New York: Mac-millan Co., 1925. Interior design (pp. 321-443).

Holloway, Edward Stratton. The Practical Book of Learning Decoration and Furniture. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1926. Application of principles of interior decoration (pp. 147-68).

House Beautiful Furnishing Annual, I926. (Out of print.) Boston: Atlantic Monthly Co., 1926. Discusses design, construction, and arrangement (pp. 1-11, 59-122).

Johnson, Axel P., and Sironen, Marta K. (comps.). Manual of the Furniture Arts and Crafts. Grand Rapids, Mich.: A. P. Johnson Co., 1928. Furniture woods, veneers, and plywood; furniture construction (pp. 263-462).

Kelsey, Clarke. How To Judge Furniture. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Committee on Wood Utilization. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1931. Parsons, Frank Alvah. Interior Decoration: Its Principles and Practice. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928.

Discussion of the principles of interior decoration with information on color, form, balance, and emphasis (pp. 3-96).

Peabody, Henrietta C. Inside the House Beautiful. Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1921. Excellent for illustrations of arrangement and hanging of pictures (pp. 35-39).

Rolfe, Amy L. Interior Decoration for the Small Home. New York: Macmillan Co., 1926. Sexton, Randolph W. Interior Architecture. New York: Architectural Book Publishing Co., 1927.

Discusses relationship between decoration and architectural treatment.

Storey, Walter Rendell. Beauty in Home Furnishings. New York: Rae D.

Henkle Co., 1928.

Furniture woods and finishes (pp. 128-51); hangings and upholstery fabrics (pp. 152-84); decorative metal furnishings (pp. 222-43).

2. Period Furniture And Furniture Style

Clifford, Chandler Robbins. Period Furnishings: An Encyclopedia of Historic Decorations and Furnishings. New York: Clifford & Lawton, Inc., 1927.

Eberlein, Harold Donaldson, and Ramsdell, Roger Wearne. The Practical Book of Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese Furniture. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1927.

Eberlein, Harold Donaldson, and McClure, Abbot. The Practical Book of Period Furniture. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1914.

Holloway, Edward Stratton. The Practical Book of Learning Decoration and Furniture. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1926.

Johnson, Axel P., and Sironen, Marta K. (comps.). Manual of the Furniture Arts and Crafts. Grand Rapids, Mich.: A. P. Johnson Co., 1928. Period furniture (pp. 115-260).

Storey, Walter Rendell. Beauty in Home Furnishings. New York: Rae D. Henkle Co., 1928. Period styles in furniture (pp. 75-127).

3. Color

Frohne, Henry W., and Jackson, Alice F. and Bettina. Color Schemes for the Home and Model Interiors. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1924.

Hillstrom, Ellen. How To Know Color. Madison: University of Wisconsin, 1928. Pp. 32.

Maerz, Aloup, and Paul, Rea M. A Dictionary of Color. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1930.

Wright, Richardson Little, and McElroy, Margaret (eds.). House and Garden's Book of Color Schemes. New York: Conde Nast Publications, Inc., 1929.

4. Furniture And Furnishings For The Needs Of Children

Ford, James. "Homes Equipped for Children," Housing Problems in America:

Proceedings of 10th National Conference on Housing. Philadelphia, Jan.

28-30, 1929, pp. 26-37. New York: The Association, 1929. Gries, John M. "Homes Equipped for Children," Child Welfare Magazine, XXI (April, 1927), 359-61. Nichols, Nell B. "Making the Home Safe for Children," Parents' Magazine, IV (April, 1929), 31, 50, 52-53. Richardson, Frank Howard. "Equipping the Home for Children," Woman's Home Companion, LVI (November, 1929), 22-23, 77-78.

5. Related Subjects

Dyer, Elizabeth. Textile Fabrics. New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1927.

Eberlein, Harold Donaldson, and Ramsdell, Roger Wearne. The Practical Book of Chinaware. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1925. Discusses chinaware of the various countries.

Hunter, George Leland. The Practical Book of Tapestries. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1925. Excellent for study of tapestries.

Storey, Walter Rendell. Beauty in Home Furnishings. New York: Rae D. Henkle Co., 1928.

Lighting fixtures for illumination and decoration (pp. 244-64); decorative pottery, glassware, and china (pp. 265-93).

U.S. Bureau of Home Ecomonics. Window Curtaining, by Besse M. Vie-mont. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Farmers' Bull. 1633. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1930. Pp. 30.