Thomas Shipley was one of many Quaker millers who utilized the natural power of the Brandywine River to make the Wilmington area one of the most prosperous industrial centers of early America.
Architecture from the Thomas Shipley house, built ca. 1770,
Furnishings in the Chippendale style, 1760-1790,
New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Image size 16” x 12” on Hahnemuhle archival paper, unframed
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