Tiny clawfoot restored and waiting for installation (yes, I do live with bathtubs strewn about the house basically all the time).
Elizabeth is back in town! Impromptu stoop party to celebrate. With Nicky, Callie, and Byron.
My grandma really got around. These stamps are both mysterious and amazing, given that she was raised in a tent in the hinterlands of Washington state and worked in a gas station her entire life.
Remnants of the 1964-65 (sort of) World’s Fair. Queens, NY.
Calvary Cemetery Queens NY
Byron saying smart stuff about design & technology + his work with Tauba Auerbach and David Reinfurt. 30 Macon Street, Brooklyn.
It is more difficult than you might imagine to restore a house (as opposed to, for instance, renovating a house). This bathtub was parked in a room far too small to accommodate the size; out it goes to make way for a suitable replacement.