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October 2015 Historic Homes E Newsletter Saturday, October 3, 2015 is  the 75th annual Chester County Day tour of homes to benefit The Women’s Auxiliary of the Chester County Hospital. This tour of homes and some public buildings will take place in the West Chester area this year. I always attend...
The current featured exhibit at Winterthur Museum and Gardens is Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light. When I visited recently, it was interesting to note the difference between this exhibit and the Tiffany exhibit and the traveling exhibit from the same collection (The Egon and Hildegar...
Winterthur in September  I visited Winterthur’s garden the other day, and the weather was perfect. The leaves have not yet started to turn, but other signs that fall is here were evident. The first sign was a noisy chirping sound that I thought was a frog or peeper. It turned out that it was a ch...
    The Andrew Eliason House, c. 1856 at 4353 Summit Bridge Road in Middletown, Delaware announces our first Open House this Sunday, September 20, 2015. Once known as "Twin Hollies," this Italianate style brick home (often inaccurately called a Peach Mansion but built before the peach boom) was b...
If a Craftsman styled bungalow is on your “want” list, you need to visit 1300 Casho Mill Road in Newark, Delaware.   Located close to the University of Delaware, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home has its own little bucolic setting on .3 acre with trees, plantings, and 3 sheds (one formerly used as pott...
When I saw this announcement today, I immediately thought about a recent visit to Coatesville Pennsylvania and seeing for the first time their memorial to 9-11. The steel for the World Trade Center had been constructed of steel made by Lukens Steel workers in Coatesville. The National Iron & Stee...
So what happens after dark at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania?  Some call it psychedelic, some call it a wonder, I call it brilliant.  With eerie eclectronic music playing, Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience” by Klip Collective transforms the landscape by projecting images ...

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