pictures! and references!

I have added many new reference sources and photos to my website, and would love it if anyone wants to take a gander and tell me what you think.

Also, I finally managed to take a picture of the Meeker Mansion, where I am doing my hat practicum, and here it is:

Isn’t she beautiful?  The house was built in 1890, and is in the process of being fully restored (it was a hospital and a nursing home among its past lives — much work has been done, but it still needs more).  I work in the attic, which is much better than it sounds.  It’s very light and airy up there.  My workspace is just above the three window section on the first floor.
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7 thoughts on “pictures! and references!

  1. What a great place to study and get inspiration. My friends here with the Historic Preservation Alliance would be envious. Loving the look and photos on the website. Thank You.

  2. Thanks for the input. I appreciate it. And it is a great place.

  3. It is a beauty. I think I'd love to work in your work place. Eunie

  4. What a gorgeous old place! So glad it got saved.

  5. Yes, it's an important part of the history of the area, and wouldn't have been as easy to replicate as the Job Carr Cabin [g].

  6. What on earth made that tree grow at such preposterous angles?

  7. Knowing my local climate, probably a windstorm knocked it cattywampus, and nobody bothered to straighten it back up before it was too late.

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