“GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS,” wrote Robert Frost. But he may have been closer to the mark with another line: “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.”
Modern technology enables the housewife to do much more in the house than ever before. That’s good- and not so good.
The first settlers marked the borders of their lives with simple fences that grew ever more elaborate over the centuries
Connoisseurs have long regarded him as the master of cold-turkey peddling. He’s been at it for eighty years.
Beatrix Farrand’s exactingly beautiful designs changed the American landscape
Israel Sack made a fortune by seeing early the craft in fine old American furniture
In designing, the University of Virginia, Jefferson sought not only to educate young men for leadership, but to bring aesthetic maturity to the new nation
It was a suburb of orange blossoms and gardens, of gracious homes and quiet, dignified lives—until a regrettable class of people moved in.