Tim plans to showcase four or five houses: one or two from Walpole, one from Guilford, and two from Putney.
He will show regional differences and similarities from these local areas from about 1762 to the 1830’s, and teach viewers to notice elements that help date a house just passing by on foot, or in the car.
Much of our nicest Vermont workmanship involves these antique interior features.
Tim trained at a top furniture design program at the Master’s Level and was employed for over 31 years in construction and woodworking and as shop foreman.
Using hands-on artifacts and slides from Putney houses, Tim will teach you how to “read” an older house to determine its age, and what parts of the house may be original or added at later dates.
This will develop your eye for architectural detail, especially if you live or work in a pre-1850 building.
This sale carried the condition that Anne would continue to live in the front chamber with cellar privileges for her wood and garden privileges for her vegetables for the rest of her natural life.
As I attempt to revive this neglected 18th Century New England colonial, I'm rather obsessed with the lives lived here long ago.
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The hardware startups of Batch #5 will pitch their products and showcase their solutions during this Demo Day.
As always, an expert jury decides who’ll go home with which prizes.
Even though dating apps are super convenient, they're, unfortunately, putting a stop to the meet-cute.
Many women prefer meeting men in real life because it creates the opportunity for a more natural connection.