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by Cora Golden,Rachel Gotlieb
- ISBN: 0676971385
- Category: Engineering
- Author: Cora Golden,Rachel Gotlieb
- Subcategory: Engineering
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Knopf Canada; 1 edition (September 24, 2001)
- Pages: 288 pages
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The book also features textiles, small appliances and lighting fixtures that have rarely been seen, or, in areas like consumer electronics and ceramics, that have not been as thoroughly documented.
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Russell Spanner (1916–1974) was a Canadian designer who contributed to residential furniture designs in the 1950s. Lounge Chair with Arms, designed by Russell Spanner, 1950. Photo by Ernest Mayer, courtesy of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Spanner's designs included dining and lounge chairs, tables, and modular storage units. Key Porter Books/Design Exchange. p. 74. ISBN 1-55263-631-3. Green, Doug (May 4, 1953).
Fifty Years From Teakettles to Task Chairs. by Rachel Gotlieb, Cora Golden. Published September 24, 2001 by Knopf Canada.
Key Porter Books/Design Exchange. Why His Furniture is Tough". The Winnipeg Tribune. Hornick, James (January 12, 1954). Bumps, Jumps, Drops Part of Chair-Testing".