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Jerry Johnson

Jerry Johnson

Antique restorer & dealer at Hohler & Johnson Restoration. Occasional blogger:

Pair of Gillows Shell Back Hall Chairs - Michael Pashby Antiques

Tony Ray-Jones © Royal Photographic Society/ National Media Museum

Chinese chairs in the stone-flagged rear passage in the sixteenth-century part of Milgate Park. From "Mlinaric on Decorating" by Mirabel Cecil and David Mlinaric.

Houghton Hall, built by Sir Robert Walpole in 1720s. Architects: James Gibbs & Colen Campbell. Interiors: William Kent.

Keens steakhouse - Prior to 1885, Keens was a part of the Lambs Club, a famous theatre and literary group founded in London. Its manager was Albert Keen. In 1885 Keens Chophouse opened independently under the ownership of Albert Keen, by then a noted figure in the Herald Square Theatre District. Keens soon became the lively and accepted rendezvous of the famous. Actors in full stage make-up hurried through the rear door to “fortify” themselves between acts at the neighboring Garrick Theatre.

  • Benjamin Bradley

    Truly one of the great "old New York" establishments. A real treat with seriously delicious food.