Mary Gregory

     Furniture Design    

 


Chair designed by Robert Bliss, former Black Mountain student, and William Haibel at Beckwith & Anderson for the Humanities Department Conference Room at MIT; produced by Mary Gregory at Woodstock Enterprises. 1949-50.  Cherry with leather strips..
Photo: NC State Archives, Mary Gregory Papers, P.C. 1895.1


 

 

Baptismal font, Holy Spirit Church, Wayland, Massachusetts.
Rosewood (legs), walnut (lid), brass bowl from India.
Photo: Alexander McD. Davis. N.C. State Archives, BMC Research Project Papers
 

  Table. Walnut. Created for Mrs. John B. French,
   Lincoln, Massachusetts.

    Photo: Alexander McD. Davis. N.C. State Archives,
    BMC Research Project Papers.

 


Table

The table top is rosewood plywood; the rim, solid rosewood with a 1/8 inch maple inlay between the plywood and rim. The apron is formed by 1/8 inch rosewood veneer laminated over a rounded form. The legs are solid rosewood.
 

Photo: NC State Archives, Mary Gregory Papers, P.C. 1895.1

 
Table

Solid mahogany rim, apron and legs with mahogany plywood center

Photo: NC State Archives, Mary Gregory Papers, P.C. 1895.1
 

Pulpit
Walnut and white oak
Holy Spirit Church, Wayland, Massachusetts. 
Photo: Alexander McD. Davis. N.C. State Archives, BMC Research Project Papers.

      Revised March 7, 2004

 

 

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