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SOME SYMBOLS OF America's complex origins - Columbus Day , Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, statues of Confederate generals - haven't aged well, but the Windsor chair, preferred seating of the founding fathers, remains enshrined as an object of beauty and desire. At once delicate and substantial, the Windsor is named after the town in England where it was first distributed in the early 18th century, but it's considered to have been perfected by craftsmen in New York, Philadelphia and New England a few decades later.
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Making It: The Craftsman Still Making Windsor Chairs by Hand