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Spotted near Navarre, Ohio. I can kinda dig it, except for mourning the tip-top.
Chicago is a sprawly town. There are pros and cons to this, but one of its delights is that you can live here for decades and know every doorway of one stretch of street and still be clueless about the … Continue reading
The New York Times writes about the nifty pieces of the past that we find in our old houses. Among the things we’ve found are newspapers under the floors (one from 9 months before the stock market crash and the … Continue reading
A stove sister pointed out this Craigslist post for a sturdy old Savoy stove at a decent price. What I dig about this is the text. “I paid much more and decided to install another stove”! OK, so I am … Continue reading
Having pleasantly little to do at work today, I got to amble around the Internet and found some more nifty sites for researching house history. I now think Historic Aerials is one of the coolest things I’ve seen recently. There … Continue reading