Hitchcock chair

Hitchcock chair:

see Hitchcock, LambertHitchcock, Lambert,
1795–1852, American chairmaker, b. Cheshire, Conn. In 1818 in Barkhamsted, Conn., Hitchcock established a factory whose employees came to number about 100. The village that the factory created was named Hitchcockville (changed in 1866 to Riverton).
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Garrett headed the Collaborative Piano department at The Juilliard School from 1985-1991, at which time she became the first holder of the Ethel Alice Hitchcock Chair in Accompanying and Vocal Coaching at the University of Minnesota's School of Music, the first privately endowed collaborative chair in the U.
Gardner recaptured the world's largest tag in 1928 with a 15-foot mission chair and 16-foot Colonial Hitchcock chair in 1935.
"Hitchcock was a devil," says Drew Casper, professor of American film and holder of the Alma and Alfred Hitchcock Chair in the School of Cinema-Television at the University of Southern California.
"My Dad has a woodshop, and I am going to try to build a Hitchcock chair. It looks hard[,] but I bet it will be easy.
Executives of Hitchcock Chair and Chromcraft Furniture had much to say in discussing their respective companies' outsourcing programs.
In Blue, a Hitchcock chair stood alone on the stage.
Hitchcock chose 18 furniture manufacturers to supply product in various categories and reduced the amount of Hitchcock Chair merchandise on the sales floor from 45 percent to 28 percent.
The Hitchcock chair thus became popular in the South.
He took a position with David Barry Associates management consultants in Wellesley, MA and completed assignments at Hitchcock Chair in CT, Page Industries in Washington, D.C.
STURBRIDGE - Whether you like to recline in one of the wooden seats from the old Boston Garden, sit in the studio audience for the taping of "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" or lounge around in a reproduction of a Hitchcock chair - and you're in a generous mood - then the "Let's Keep the Ball Rolling" Gala to benefit Old Sturbridge Village might be the event for you.
The green paint, stenciled top rail, wood plank seat, turned, splayed legs and spindle back have characteristics of both Windsor chairs and Hitchcock chairs.
Jay, who's from an old New England family who settled in Athol, Mass., brought to the marriage Windsor and Hitchcock chairs, Duncan Phyfe tables, oil paintings--some done by his mother, Adele--and a growing collection of some 30 antique clocks.