Monthly Archives: November 2010
A nice little birdie told me there’s going to be a spectacular pop-up flea market featuring all American goods this weekend in NYC – 201 Mulberry St. by the church… you’re welcome.
John Houshmand‘s tables mix hardwoods with glass, bronze and steel. Houshmand, a musician, sculptor, and contractor, opened a Tribeca storefront to showcase his line of furniture made from large pieces of American hardwoods (maple, … Continue reading
Time to pay tribute to the great hero’s of this country. As one veteran yesterday put it “When someone calls me hateful names because I am oversees fighting for our country I say this; You have a right to that … Continue reading
August 1863. Bealeton, Va. “Capt. Henry Page, assistant quartermaster, at Army of Potomac headquarters with horse.” Wet plate glass negative. Above photo is via Shorpy, the 100 year old photo blog & a Miss … Continue reading