Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Early Summer 2009 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
A note from the Editor:
For years—decades, in fact—I operated as an independent publisher, because no one told me how crazy that was. Although we were non-profit without the benefits (artisans out there, you can relate!), everybody in our shop enjoyed doing custom-quality work, and remarkably, the bills got paid…for a long, long time.
Media and publishing are changing, rapidly and unpredictably.
This gambrel-roofed brick Georgian house in New Hampshire was built in 1901. Its classical massing and stately portico are clearly meant to impress.
Brian Coleman takes us past rural vistas and vineyards in Oregon’s Willamette Valley to see bungalows in Silverton and towns revived.
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