Blog Category: Enjoyment

Friday Photo: Rainy Days

Sep 9, 2011

The sun is attempting to peek through the clouds as I write this, but I’m not expecting it to succeed. In keeping with this week’s weather (rain, rain, and more […]

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Friday Photo: Where’s HHH?

Sep 2, 2011

Today’s Friday photo was inspired by Where’s Waldo, a series of books that used to keep the kids I babysat amused for hours. So, where’s Hammond-Harwood House in this picture: […]

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Friday Photo: Thanks HABS

Aug 26, 2011

Our photographs from the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) came! They were taken by photographer James Rosenthal, and I think that the interior shots in particular provide a different view […]

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Friday Photo: Architectural Details

Aug 19, 2011

Today we had a training session for the docents who lead our special Architecture Tours, so it seemed only appropriate to show you a picture of one of the unique […]

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Friday Photo: Carry Me

Aug 12, 2011

I’m a little tired today, and it’s made me a bit envious of Queen Charlotte’s mode of transportation. Why walk when you can be carried? Apparently the Queen had four […]

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Friday Photo: A Notable Bowl

Aug 5, 2011

The dining room at the Hammond-Harwood House is usually set for a fine meal, as if Matthias Hammond were entertaining guests. One of the things he might serve them is […]

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Friday Photo: New Old Fashion

Jul 29, 2011

I decided another fashion-related post was called for when I saw this photo. I think that this image is part of a series of postcards produced while St. John’s College […]

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Friday Photo: A New Concealment Shoe

Jul 22, 2011

This is the inside of the cornice on the Hammond-Harwood House roof: Since we removed the original concealment shoe we found up there during our roof restoration, we needed a […]

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Friday Photo: For Baby

Jul 15, 2011

My neighbors had a baby recently, and watching them put her in her stroller recently made me think about how much stuff babies seem to require. Clothes, diapers, blankets, bottles, […]

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