Harriet Welles Turner Burnham (1856-1931) left money for the creation of the Welles-Turner Memorial Library in Glastonbury, CT. Enjoy this photo essay of the library’s external architecture.
Yesterday I picked up items on hold at the public library in Old Lyme, Connecticut. I’m happy to introduce you to the Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library. It was built in 1898 and has had some additions over the… Read More ›
A photo essay from my recent visit to The Handley Library in Winchester, Virginia. A gorgeous Beaux Arts style building.
Whether you’re a bookworm, a history buff, or a tired tourist looking for some peace and quiet, the $5 you’ll spend visiting the Pritzker Military Museum and Library in Chicago is definitely worth the price of admission.
This fall I had planned on doing a walking tour of Willa Cather sites in Manhattan, but a foot injury has temporarily put the kibosh on long walks for me. However, last week I was able to make it to… Read More ›