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Index to the Scandinavian Book Collection at the GG Archives includes many Rare and Hard-To-Find Titles including: Burton Holmes Travelogues, Volume Seven, Norway, Sweden, Denmark (1914); Denmark Special (1993); Design from Scandinavia, No. 6 (1977); Design from Scandinavia, No. 7 (1978); Design from Scandinavia, No. 8 (1979); Design from Scandinavia, No. 9 (1980); Design from Scandinavia, No. 10 (1981); Design from Scandinavia, No. 11 (1982); Design from Scandinavia, No. 12 (1983); Design from Scandinavia, No. 13 (1984); and Design from Scandinavia, No. 17 (1990).

Cover Title Author Year
  Burton Holmes Travelogues, Volume Seven, Norway, Sweden, Denmark Burton Holmes 1914
  The Danish Americans Mark Mussari 1988
Denmark Special (1993) Denmark Special (1993) Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed.

1993

Kirsten Bjerregaard, Ed., Denmark Special, © 1993 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 160 Pages, 87-87541-40-8. Brief outline of the width and quality of Danish business life. The focus is set upon a number of areas where Danish companies have been able to achieve international status.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 6 Design from Scandinavia, No. 6 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1977
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 6, © 1977 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 160 Pages. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 7 Design from Scandinavia, No. 7 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1978
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 7, © 1978 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 128 Pages, 87-87541-04-1. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 8 Design from Scandinavia, No. 8 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1979
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 8, © 1979 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 144 Pages, 87-87541-08-4. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 9 Design from Scandinavia, No. 9 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1980
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 9, © 1980 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 144 Pages, 87-87541-10-6. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 10 Design from Scandinavia, No. 10 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1981
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 10, © 1981 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 144 Pages, 87-87541-12-2. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 11 Design from Scandinavia, No. 11 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1982
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 11, © 1982 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 144 Pages, 87-87541-14-9. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 12 Design from Scandinavia, No. 12 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1983
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 12, © 1983 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 144 Pages, ISSN 0108-0695. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 13 Design from Scandinavia, No. 13 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1984
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 13, © 1984 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 160 Pages, ISSN 0108-0695. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Design from Scandinavia, No. 17 Design from Scandinavia, No. 17 Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed. 1990
Bjerregaard, Kirsten, Ed., Design from Scandinavia, No. 17, © 1990 World Pictures, Frederiksberg, Denmark, Soft cover, 160 Pages, 87-87541-32-7. Each Year, Design from Scandinavia unfolds an exhibition in pictures of the best and latest products, and shows the interplay of these objects in a setting, and a life-style. Includes all Nordic countries - Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Family Sagas: Stories of Scandinavian Immigrants Family Sagas: Stories of Scandinavian Immigrants Scandinavian Language Institute 1997
Kristine Leander, Family Sagas: Stories of Scandinavian Immigrants, © 1997 Scandinavian Language Institute, Seattle, Softbound, 226 Pages, 0-9661693-1-X, Inspired by the Names on the Leif Erikson Statue in Trondheim, Norway.
Far North: Vanishing Cultures Far North: Vanishing Cultures Jan Reynolds 1992
 
  The Frozen Image - Scandinavian Photography Martin Friedman, et al,

1982

Martin Friedman, et al, The Frozen Image - Scandinavian Photography, © 1982 Abbeville Press, New York, Soft cover, 250 Pages, 0-89659-312-6, 779.0948'07401471.

Subjects: Photography -- Scandinavia -- Exhibitions.

Contents:

The Endless Vista
Beyond the Artic Circle
Nomads and Settlers
The Early Urbanists
Portraits
The Pinter's Lens
The Event
Scandinavia Today

  Medieval Scandinavia: From Conversion to Reformation, Circa 800-1500 Birgit and Peter Sawyer

1993

  Birgit and Peter Sawyer, Medieval Scandinavia: From Conversion to Reformation, Circa 800-1500, The Nordic Series, Volume 17 © 1993 University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Soft cover, 265 Pages, 0-8166-1739-2, 948--dc20. Dimensions (in inches): 0.66 x 8.99 x 6.06.
In this volume, the authors question assumptions about early Scandinavian history, including the supposed leading role of free and equal peasants and their position in founding churches. They meticulously trace the development of Scandinavia from the early ninth century through the second and third decades of the sixteenth century, when rulers of Scandinavia rejected the authority of the Papacy and the attempt to establish a united Scandinavian monarchy finally collapsed.
  Of Danish Ways Ingeborg S. MacHaffie and Margaret A. Nielsen

1976

Ingeborg S. MacHaffie and Margaret A. Nielsen, Of Danish Ways, Illustrated by Henning Jensen, © 1976 Dillon Press, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, Soft cover, 250 Pages, 0-06-092318-0, 948.9. Paperback Reprint edition (January 1984). An intimate look at the land and people of Denmark from the days of the Vikings to the reign of Queen Margrethe II.
  Of Finnish Ways Aini Rajanen

1981

Aini Rajanen, Of Finnish Ways, © 1981 Dillon Press, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, Soft cover, 224 Pages, 0-06-092382-2, 948.97. A look at the Finns, their history, customs, people, and their independence.
  Nordic Folklore: Recent Studies Reimund Kvideland and Henning K. Sehmsdorf (Ed.)

1990

Reimund Kvideland and Henning K. Sehmsdorf (Ed.), Nordic Folklore: Recent Studies, © 1990 Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, Soft cover, 258 Pages, 0-253-20521-2, 398'.0948-dc20.
Nordic folklore studies have made major theoretical contributions to international folklore scholarship. The articles in this collection not only reflect areas in which Nordic folklore studies have been particularly strong, but also demonstrate recent changes in theoretical paradigms and empirical application.
  Nordics in America: The Future of Their Past Odd Sverre Lovoll, Ed. 1993
       
  Norse Myths: Classical Myths Nathaniel Hawthorne, M. Dorothy Belgrave and Hilda Hart

1996

Nathaniel Hawthorne, M. Dorothy Belgrave and Hilda Hart, Norse Myths: Classical Myths, © 1996 Anness Publishing Ltd., London, Hardcover, 303 Pages, 0-7651-9978-5, 293.13. Also see alternative publisher: Format: Hardcover, 244pp. ISBN: 0765199785, Publisher: Smithmark Publishers, Incorporated, Pub. Date: August 1996.
  Skandinaven's Almanak og Kalender for 1922   1922
       
  Scandinavia Ceramics & Glass In The Twentieth Century Jennifer Hawkins Ople

1989

Jennifer Hawkins Ople, Scandinavia Ceramics & Glass In The Twentieth Century, The Collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum, © 1989 Victoria & Albert Museum, Soft cover, 183 Pages, 1-85177-071-2. Dimensions (in inches): 0.63 x 10.92 x 8.96. Catalog of Twentieth Century Scandinavian Ceramics, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. "Published to coincide with an exhibition held in the 20th Century Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, 20 September 1989-7 January 1990"--T.p. verso.
Scandinavia Living Design Scandinavia Living Design Elizabeth Gaynor

1987

Elizabeth Gaynor, Scandinavia Living Design, Photographs by Kari Haavisto, © 1987 Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York, Hardcover, 256 Pages, 1-55670-009-1, 728.0948. Covers Scandinavia Architecture, Vernacular architecture, Interior architecture and Interior decoration in Scandinavia.

  The Scandinavian Adventure Arland O. Fiske

1990

Arland O. Fiske, The Scandinavian Adventure, © 1990 North American Heritage Press, Minot, North Dakota, Soft cover, 232 Pages, 0-942323-11-4. More Stories and tales of Scandinavian people, places, history and traditions.
Scandinavian Country Scandinavian Country JoAnn Barwick

1991

JoAnn Barwick, Scandinavian Country, Text by Norma Skurka, Principal Photography by Elyse Lewin, Design by Barbara Peck, First Edition © 1991 Clarkson Potter, New York, Hard cover, 256 Pages, 0-517-57661-9, 745.4'4948--dc20. Barwick and the editors of House beautiful conduct a tour of more than 20 residences in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland that display the best design of Scandinavian country homes. With some 300 color photographs, a directory of sources for Scandinavian furnishings and accessories, and a special section on the American interpretation of Scandinavian style. 10x10". Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
  Scandinavian Folk & Fairy Tales Claire Booss, Ed.

1984

Claire Booss, Ed., Scandinavian Folk & Fairy Tales, © 1984 Gramercy Books., New York, Hardcover, 666 Pages, 0-517-43620-5, 398.2'0948. Excellent variety of stories. Some parents may find some of the stories too graphic regarding witches and trolls, etc. Some of the stories are just plain fun and the imagery is excellent. A good book to share with children or for recalling stories from a Scandinavian childhood.
  The Scandinavian Heritage Arland O. Fiske

1987

Arland O. Fiske, The Scandinavian Heritage, © 1987 North American Heritage Press, Minot, North Dakota, Soft cover, 234 Pages, 0-942323-00-9. 100 interestingly told stories about the people, places, traditions and history of Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland and Denmark. Articles originally published in the column, The Scandinavian heritage, of Area market review.
  Scandinavian Loan-Words In Middle English, Part I Erik Björkman, Ph. D.

1969

Erik Björkman, Ph. D., Scandinavian Loan-Words In Middle English, Part I, © 1969 Haskell House Publishers Ltd., New York, Hardcover, 360 Pages, 8383-0913-5. First Published in 1900-2. Scholarly discussion of the history and use of Scandinavian loan-words.
Scandinavian Painted Decor Scandinavian Painted Decor Jocasta Innes

1990

Jocasta Innes, Scandinavian Painted Decor, Photography by David George, © 1990 Rizzoli, New York, Hardcover, 256 Pages, 0-8478-1235-9, 729.4'0948--dc20. With the help of internationally renowned artisan Jocasta Innes, anyone can create the beautiful and diverse decorative styles found throughout Scandinavia. Stunning full-color photographs enable you to explore the delights of Scandinavian interiors and painted wood architecture, from the cheerful charm of rural farmhouses and country manors to the rich splendor of palaces and churches. Use traditional painting techniques, including splatter painting, marbling, and stenciling, to transform walls, floors, ceilings, furniture, and other home accessories. 256 pages (all in color), 50 b/w illus., 8 1/2 X 11.
  The Scandinavian Spirit Arland O. Fiske

1989

Arland O. Fiske, The Scandinavian Spirit, © 1989 North American Heritage Press, Minot, North Dakota, Soft cover, 232 Pages, 0-942323-08-4. Stories and tales of Scandinavian people, places, history and traditions.
  The Scandinavian World Arland O. Fiske

1988

Arland O. Fiske, The Scandinavian World, © 1988 North American Heritage Press, Minot, North Dakota, Soft cover, 237 Pages, 0-942323-02-5. 100 interestingly told stories about the people, places, traditions and history of Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland and Denmark. Articles originally published in the column, The Scandinavian heritage, of Area market review.
  The Scandinavian-American Heritage Irene M. Franck 1988
Irene M. Franck, The Scandinavian-American Heritage, © 1988 Facts On File Publications, New York, Hardcover, 148 Pages, 0-8160-1626-7. Franck focuses on immigrants from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland. After discussing the population's Viking heritage, she examines the geography of each country and its political situation prior to the first main wave of immigration in the early 19th Century.
  The Scandinavians in America 986 - 1970 Oceana Publications 1972
Howard B. Furer, Ed., The Scandinavians in America 986 - 1970, © 1972 Oceana Publications, Inc., Dobbs Ferry, New York, Hardcover, 154 Pages, 0-379-00505-0, 917.3'06'395. 1. Scandinavians in the United States -- History.
Simply Scandinavian: Painted Furniture Patterns Simply Scandinavian: Painted Furniture Patterns Jocasta Innes & Steward Walton 1991
 
  Woodcarving in the Scandinavian Style Harley Refsal

1992

Harley Refsal, Woodcarving in the Scandinavian Style, © 1992 Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., New York, Soft cover, 128 Pages, 0-8069-8633-6, 736.4'0948--dc-20. Dimensions (in inches): 0.37 x 10.04 x 7.84. Carve and bring to life wonderful, old-world people in the Scandinavian "flat plane" style of carving. Clear directions and step-by-step photographs show you exactly how to make a few simple, well-placed cuts, leaving large, flat planes intact on the wood-carved figure, for an effect rich with folk-art charm. Plus, you'll get a history of Scandinavian woodcarving and photographs and drawings of decorative pieces.
 

 

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